- Side One
- Cunadear [sic] (Cunla)
- Sam Hall
- Rathcliffe Highway
- Salford Town
- Greenland Whale Fisheries
- Dainty Davy
- Wheels Of The World
- Side Two
- Molly Maguires (Martin-Coulter)
- High Germany
- Saxon Shilling
- The Lowlands Of Holland
- God Save Ireland
- Raglan Road (Patrick Kavanagh)
- Humpty Dumpty (James Joyce)
- Ronnie Drew: Vocals and Guitar
- Luke Kelly: Vocals and 5-String Banjo
- Barney McKenna: Tenor Banjo and Mandolin
- Ciarán Bourke: Tin Whistle, Harmonica, Guitar and Vocals
- John Sheahan: Fiddle, Tin Whistle and Mandolin
- Manufactured and Distributed By Capitol Records (Canada) Ltd. by arrangement with Tribune Records
- COVER PHOTO LITHO IN CANADA
- Track Notes:
- Tracks: 3, 4, 7 & 13 are only included on the Canadian release of At Home.
- Tracks: 3, 4 & 7 first began appearing on compilations in 1998 on Ireland's No. 1 Folk Group.
- To my knowledge, Luke Kelly's original version "Raglan Road" (track: 13), was only released as a single
and on the above Canadian pressing of At Home.
Who would ever believe that a glassblower, a draper's assistant, a caretaker, an electrician and a liftboy would ever turn out to be the greatest folk act to come out of Ireland in fifty years! THE DUBLINERS are probably the best accident that ever happened to the music world, and contribute to it not only with their superb voices, but also their extraordinary talent as musicians.
THE DUBLINERS, Ronnie Drew, Luke Kelly, Barny McKenna, Ciaron Bourke, John Sheahan, are rough looking with long beards and careless hair. They wear shirts open at the neck with sleeves rolled up, which gives them the appearance of hard-working labourers. Their Irish brogue is harsh as well as pleasing, their manner loose but professional, and their personalities are outwardly warm and inviting. Everyone belongs to their songs and music — the worker, the man on the dole, the winners, the losers, the liars, fighters and all of the living.