Barleycorn  •  A Song for Ireland - The Very Best of the Barleycorn  •  Discography

  • A Song for Ireland - The Very Best of the Barleycorn
    • 2007 -Dolphin DOL3CD 04 CD (x3)
  • Disc One
    1. A Song For Ireland (Phil and June Colclough)
    2. My Cavan Girl (Moore)
    3. Portland Town (Steve Romanoff)
    4. Dublin In My Tears (Brendan Phelan)
    5. Roseville Fair (Bill Staines)
    6. Long Before Your Time (Johnny McEvoy)
    7. Over The Mountain (D. McLean)
    8. Charlie on the MTA (J. Steiner, B. Lomax Hawes)
    9. Mary's Song (Eric Bogle)
    10. Lake Of Coolfin (Trad. arr. Barleycorn)
  • Disc Two
    1. My Last Farewell (O'Meara, O'Meara)
    2. The Bramble and The Rose (Trad. Arr. Barleycorn)
    3. Mary Ellen Carter (Stan Rogers)
    4. Roll on The Day (A. Taylor)
    5. Heather Breeze, My Love Is in America (Trad. Arr. Barleycorn)
    6. Leaving Enniskillen (C. McGettigan)
    7. Róisín (O'Meara, O'Meara)
    8. Candlelight and Wine (O'Reilly)
    9. Sing an Irish Song (O'Meara, O'Meara)
    10. (Far Away in) Australia (Unknown)
    11. The Grandfather Clock (Trad. Arr. Barleycorn)
    12. Song of Home (Brendan Graham)
  • Disc Three
    1. It's Good To See You (Allan Taylor)
    2. Hard Times (C. Hillman, B. Wildes, J. Bradford)
    3. The Keeper (Frank Hennessy)
    4. We The People (Steve Romanoff)
    5. A Place In The Choir (Bill Staines)
    6. Carrickfergus
    7. Back Home In Derry (Bobby Sands)
    8. The Blarney Roses
    9. Dressed In Green And Gold (Shelter) (Eric Bogle)
    10. Day Of The Clipper (Steve Romanoff)
    11. The Punch And Judy Man (John Conolly)
    12. Reels
    13. Pat Murphy's Meadow (J.M. Devine)
    14. Tie Me Down (Allister MacGillivray)
    15. L'amour Avenue
    16. When We Danced To An Old Fashioned Tune (Johnny McEvoy)

  • The Barleycorn
    • John Delaney: Vocals, Banjo, Guitar & Mandolin
    • Derek McCormack: Vocals, Guitar & Bass
    • Paddy Sweeney: Vocals & Guitar
    • Dennis O'Rourke: Fiddle, Vocals & Guitar
    • Maurice McCarthy: Fiddle, Guitar, Vocals & Recorder

Sleeve Notes

Following on from the phenomenal success of Barleycorn in the 70s, a new line-up emerged featuring the late Derek McCormack, one of the finest voices of his generation. This resulted in a change of direction for the band, showcasing Derek's fine, melodic and lyrical voice. The three albums featured in this collection are taken from that period.