Further Along

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  • Further Along
    • 1996 - Baycourt 96 CD (IRL)
  • Tracklist
    1. Step It Out Mary (Seán McCarthy)
    2. Back In Durham Gaol (Jez Lowe)
    3. Reels
      1. Sailing In (Charlie Lennon)
      2. Alice's Reel (Frankie Gavin, Alec Finn)
    4. Coming Of The Road (Bill Wheeler)
    5. If Ever You Go to Dublin Town (Words: Patrick Kavanagh, Music: Tom O'Farrell)
      • Off to California ((Trad. Air: Seán Cannon)
    6. Ar Éirinn Ní Neosfainn Cé Hi (Trad. Arr. Eamonn Campbell, Barney McKenna)
    7. Dirty Old Town (Ewan MacColl)
    8. Tá A Coileach Ag Fógairt An Lae (Trad. Arr. Eamonn Campbell, John Sheahan, Seán Cannon)
    9. St. Patrick's Cathedral (John Sheahan)
    10. The Crack Was Ninety in The Isle of Man (Barney Rush)
    11. Song for Ireland (Phil Colclough)
    12. Job of Journeywork (Trad. Arr. Eamonn Campbell, Barney McKenna)
    13. Cavan Girl (Thom Moore)
    14. Further Along (Trad. Arr. Eamonn Campbell, John Sheahan, Seán Cannon)
    15. Jigs (John Sheahan)
      1. Miss Zanussi
      2. St. Martin's Day
    16. Working Man (Rita Mac Neil)

  • The Dubliners
    • Paddy Reilly: Vocals, Backing Vocals & Guitar
    • John Sheahan: Fiddles, Whistles, Mandolin & Backing Vocals
    • Seán Cannon: Vocals, Backing Vocals & Guitar
    • Barney McKenna: Banjo, Melodeon, Mandolin & Backing Vocals
    • Eamonn Campbell: 6 & 12 String Guitars & Backing Vocals
  • Musicians
    • Peter Brown: Uillean Pipes
    • Kevin Conniffe: Bodhrán
    • Steve Cooney: Didjeridu
    • John Drummond: Double Bass
    • Noel Healy: Keyboards
    • Jimmy Kelly: 5-string Banjo
    • Paul Kelly: Mandolin
    • Frankie Lane: Dobro
    • Mick O'Brien: Uileann Pipes
  • Credits
    • Album recorded at Westland Studios, Dublin and Park House Studios, Clonee, in January, February and March 1996
    • Mixed at Westland Studios, Dublin, by Tim Martin
    • Mastered at Trend Studios, Dublin, by Mary Kettle
    • Engineered by Tim Martin
    • Assisted by Dave Slevin and Ed Kenehan at Westland Studios and Peter Sheerin at Park House Studios
    • Produced by Eamonn Campbell and John Sheahan
    • Executive Producer Brian Hand
    • The Dubliners photographed by Colm Henry
    • Cover Design: Judica Portner
    • Layout & Design: Dermot O'Connor & Associates

Sleeve Notes

"FURTHER ALONG" is a significant milestone in the long and colourful career of THE DUBLINERS.

It marks the departure of Ronnie Drew from the group after 34 years and the arrival of Paddy Reilly, Ireland's best loved ballad singer, a long time friend who has guested with them both on record and on stage on numerous occasions.