1970
Label: Master (6) - MALPS 325 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: New Zealand • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk
Sean Tracy - Wolfe Tones* - Rifles Of The IRA (Vinyl, LP, Album)

The Tones "Rifles of the IRA" raises the hair on the back of my neck. All Lads and lasses who believe in a one free Ireland have this and "Songs of the revolution" by the Clancy Brothers in their revolutionary record (CD) collection. If I didn't have to share my wealth with the Brotherhood, I'd replace all my albums with Wolfe Tone CD's!/5(48).

The Wolfe Tones: Rifles of the IRA. Rifles of the IRA. - Dolphin DOL LP. - Cynda CNS LP — (Canadian release) - Kelenn LP — (French release) - Metronome MLP LP — (German release) - Shanachie SH CD.

THE WOLFE TONES Rifles Of The IRA ( Irish track LP by the Irish Folk rebels on the turquoise Dolphin Records label, fully laminated picture sleeve with lyric insert. The cover has some light edgewear and the vinyl shows a few minor surface scuffs - an excellent copy DOL).

RIFLES OF THE IRA is one of the Wolfe Tones' best efforts. Not surprisingly an album concerned with Irish pride, this set symbolizes Ireland's spirit and durability, best evidenced on "God Save Ireland" and "Big Strong Man," songs marked by powerful choruses. Sung in unison by all four Wolfe Tones, these songs add charm and muscle to this : $

Recorded at Eamonn Andrews Studios, Dublin. Made in the Republic Of Ireland. Front cover credits just "Wolfe Tones". Labels and insert credit "The Wolfetones". Printed on labels as "Rifles Of The I.R.A.".


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2 Replies to “Sean Tracy - Wolfe Tones* - Rifles Of The IRA (Vinyl, LP, Album)”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Rifles Of The IRA" on Discogs.3/5(1).

  2. Recorded at Eamonn Andrews Studios, Dublin. Comes with lyric sheet. Made in the Republic Of Ireland. Front cover credits just "Wolfe Tones". Labels and insert credit "The Wolfetones". Printed on labels as "Rifles Of The I.R.A."/5(14).

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