Clancy Brothers Lyrics

Genre: Folk

Clancy Brothers Lyrics - by Popularity

1 The Juice Of The Barley
2 Isnt It Grand Boys
3 Kelly The Boy From Killanne
4 Ballinderry
5 Maid Of The Sweet Brown Knowe
6 Mingulay Boat Song
7 Parting Glass
8 Wild Colonial Boy
9 William Bloat
10 Roddy Mccorley
11 Cruiskeen Lawn
12 The Croppy Boy
13 The Gallant Forty Twa
14 Brennan On The Moor
15 Johnny Mac Adoo
16 The Men Of The West
17 The Real Old Mountain Dew
18 Mrs Mcgrath
19 Mush Mush
20 The Holy Ground
21 Dirty Old Town
22 Down By The Glenside (Bold Fenian Men)
23 Three Score And Ten
24 Jug Of Punch
25 The Old Orange Flute
26 Wild Rover (No Nay Never)
27 Whack Fol The Diddle
28 Biddy Mulligan The Pride Of The Coombe
29 Moses Ritooraliay
30 Why Paddys Not At Work Today
31 Bold Robert Emmet
32 Quare Bungle Rye
33 Boulavogue
34 My Johnny Lad
35 Rosin The Beau
36 Calton Weaver
37 Rockin The Cradle
38 Finnegan's Wake
39 The Irish Rover
40 Seeds Of Love
41 Coortin In The Kitchen
42 Banks Of The Roses
43 So Early In The Morning
44 The Braes O Balquiddher Wild Mountain Thyme
45 Bard Of Armagh
46 The Bantry Girls Lament
47 Easy And Slow
48 Finnegans Wake
49 Bold O'donahue
50 The D-Day Dodgers
51 I Know My Love
52 The Maid Of Fife
53 Ill Tell Me Ma
54 The Minstrel Boy
55 The Nightingale's Song
56 Jennifer Gentle
57 The Lowlands Of Holland
58 Four Green Fields
59 They're Moving Father's Grave To Build A Sewer
60 Gypsy Rover
61 Henry Joy
62 Leaving Liverpool Or Fare Thee Well My Own True Lo
63 Master Mcgrath
64 What Would You Do
65 Black Cavalry

Clancy Brothers Bio

The Clancy Brothers were an influential Irish folk group, which initially developed as a part of the American folk music revival. Most popular in the 1960s, they were famed for their trademark Aran Jumpers and are widely credited with popularising Irish traditional music in the United States and revitalising it in Ireland, paving the way for an Irish folk boom with groups like The Dubliners and The Wolfe Tones.

The Clancy Brothers, Patrick "Paddy" Clancy, Tom Clancy, and Liam Clancy, are best known for their work with Tommy Makem, recording almost two dozen albums together as The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem. Makem left in 1969, the first of many changes in the group's membership. The most notable subsequent member to join was the fourth Clancy brother, Bobby Clancy. The group continued in various formations until Paddy Clancy's death in 1998.