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  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Ramblers & Gamblers on Discogs. Label: Carlton Sounds - • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Celtic, Country.
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  • Listen free to The Irish Rovers – Whiskey on a Sunday ((The Puppet Song) Whiskey On A Sunday, The Orange And The Green). 2 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at googmitelalime.taiquilavitorkastperstalversvesehuck.co
  • Irish Rovers - Whisky On A Sunday: Tracklist (Vinyl) A (The Puppet Song) Whiskey On A Sunday: B: The Orange And The Green: * Items below may differ depending on the release. The Irish Rovers Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results.
  • Whiskey On A Sunday: Star Of The County Down: Wild Mountain Thyme: Rolling Home To Ireland: I'm A Rambler I'm A Gambler: Last Of The Irish Rovers: Unicorn: Good Luck To The Barleymow: Lovely Isle Of Innisfree: Gypsy Rover: My Boy Willie.
  • Irish Rovers Ramblers And Gamblers 20 All Time Irish Favourites. Label: Carlton Sounds very hard to find still sealed CD from UK. 1. No Nay Never 2. Wild Mountain Thyme 3. I'm A Rambler, I'm A Gambler 4. Irish Rover, The 5. Unicorn, The 6. The Come By The Hills Black Velvet Band Whiskey On A Sunday Star Of The County.
  • The Last Of The Irish Rover: 2: Star Of The County Down: 3: Bonnets Of Bonnie Dundee: 4: Liverpool Lou: 5: The Gypsy Rover: 6: Muirsheen Durkin: 7: Come By The Hills: 8: The Gallant Forty-Twa: 9: No Nay Never: Whiskey On A Sunday: Farewell To Carlingford: I'm A Rambler, I'm A Gambler Songwriter – George Millar: The Unicorn.
  • IRISH ROVERS Vinyl Records and CDs Canadian band comprised of Irish ex-pats formed in Toronto by George Millar and Jimmy Ferguson soon after emigrating to Canada with George's cousin Joe Millar. After a couple years they went out to Calgary to join with George's brother Will and officially launched as a full band there.