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Sullivans John - The Irish Rovers - The Life Of The Rover (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Mazuzshura says:
    The Irish Rovers were one of the more popular folk-based singing groups to come out of Ireland in the mid-'60s, although they had to do it by way of Canada. As teenagers, founders George Millar (guitar, Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
  2. Barisar says:
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  3. Kazishakar says:
    "The Life Of The Rover" puts us in contact with these "Celts" all over the world. Be it in Sydney, Australia, or Kirkland Lake, Ontario, they "take great pleasure in merrymaking and hospitality." The five of us are a privileged lot in being able to share a few jars with the lot of you - may ye be half an hour in heaven before the devil knows /5(2).
  4. Fenriran says:
    THE IRISH ROVERS The Life Of The Rover LP Decca Records stereo DL in VG Plus condition. Vinyl plays well. IRISH ROVERS Life Of The Rover DL VG+ Vinyl Lp Ex Gatefold Cover. $ Blinkin, and Nod / Sullivan's John / Bunclody Cuckoo / Sam Hall / Banks of Newfoundland / The Life Of The Rover Seller Rating: % positive.
  5. Fesida says:
    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.
  6. Yozshumuro says:
    With Craig Cash, Sue Johnston, Steve Speirs, Lolly Adefope. Established in , Redbridge Rovers F.C. are one of the oldest club's in England - and one of the worst. A new sitcom introducing us to the characters who gather within the social club of a non-league football club.
  7. Zolor says:
    Lyrics to "Sullivan's John" by THE IRISH ROVERS: Sullivan's John to the roads ye've gone / Far away from y'er native home / Ye've gone with the tinker's daughter / Far along the road to roam / Sullivan's John ye won't stick it long / For y'er belly will soon get slack / And y'll roam the road with a mighty load / Y'.
  8. Faugrel says:
    "The Irish Rover" is one of the most popular Irish-Gaelic Scottish country dances and is set to the music of the song. The Irish Rovers, created in , were named after the traditional song "The Irish Rover" by their mother in Ballymena, N. Ireland. They first recorded the song on their debut album, The First of the Irish Rovers.

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