Fiddler's Green Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Fiddler's Green Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Don't Turn Away
2 Fields Of Green
3 Hip Hurray
4 Mary Mack
5 Victor and His Demons (Live)
6 Scolding Wife Reprise
7 Haunted
8 Bugger Off
9 Blarney Roses (Live)
10 Yindy
11 Lanigan´s Ball
12 One Way Out
13 Take Me Back (Live)
14 My Bonnie Mary
15 Wall of Folk
16 Sherwood Forrest
17 The Jolly Beggar
18 Scolding Wife (Live)
19 Folk's Not Dead
20 P Stands for Paddy
21 Crack in the Border
22 Rose In The Heather
23 A Bottle a Day (Live)
24 Folk’s Not Dead
25 Country of Plenty
26 Market Day
27 Days Of Yore
28 Walking High (Live)
29 Bugger Off [Explicit]
30 Scolding Wife
31 Stay by My Side
32 Charlie
33 The More the Merrier (Live)
34 Midnight Rambler (Live)
35 Lost to the Moon
36 Rose of Ballymore
37 As I Roved Out
38 Greens and Fellows (Live)
39 Worker's Song / Denis Murphy's
40 The Blarney F*# Jigpack
41 Walking High
42 Polkas
43 The Creel
44 Down by the Hillside (Live)
45 Fiddlers Green II
46 Milk the Damned Cash Cow
47 Tribal Dance
48 Don't Come Again
49 A Night in Dublin (Live)
50 Salonika
51 Hangman's Lullaby
52 Rainbow Warrior
53 Cripple Creek
54 We Don't Care (Live)
55 Mrs. McGrath
56 Dirty Old Town
57 The Mermaid
58 Empty Pockets, Empty Fridge
59 Never Hide (Live)
60 Don't Turn Away (Live)
61 Victor And His Demons
62 Shamrock Busker
63 Highland Road
64 Old Dun Cow (Live)
65 Shamrock Busker (Live)
66 Greens and Fellows
67 Another Ring of Fire
68 Apology
69 Folk's Not Dead (Live)
70 I Won't Follow You Up to Carlow (Live)
71 Irish Rover
72 Little Beggarman
73 Strike Back
74 Burning the Night (Live)
75 I'll Tell Me Ma
76 Worker's Song
77 Freeman
78 Yindy (Live)

Fiddler's Green Bio

Fiddler’s Green is a German band from Erlangen that plays independent Irish speedfolk, formed in 1990. Their first concert under the name of Fiddler’s Green was at the Newcomer-Festival in Erlangen in November 1990, where the band came second. The first album, entitled "Fiddler’s Green", was released in 1992, and was a mixture of live and studio tracks and of traditional and self-written songs. It was released on their own label, Deaf Shepherd Recordings. The band has been signed to a major label, but chose to go back to being independent.

The band has kept up the mix of traditional Irish or Scottish songs and self-written tracks, though the self-written tracks have progressively become less and less folky.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiddler%27s_Green_(band)