The Best Of Irish Country Music Collection – 70’s, 80’s 90’s

A Little Bit Of Irish Country – 40 Irish Country Artists

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1. Truck Drivin’ Woman – Philomena Begley
2. This Is Where The Cowboy Rides – Logue & McCool
3. Coward Of The County – Dickie Rock
4. I’ve Loved You All Over The World – Ray Lynam
5. My Ramblin’ Boy – Mick Flavin
6. Don’t Let Me Cross Over – Larry Cunningham
7. Hometown On The Foyle – Brian Coll
8. Don’t Think Love Ought To Be This Way – Ann Breen
9. A Little Country Town in Ireland – John Glenn & The Mainliners
10. D.I.V.O.R.C.E. – Tracy Wells
11. I Love My Ramblin’ Man – Philomena Begley
12. Four In The Morning – Brendan Quinn
13. Down That River Road – Kathy Durkin
14. Hello Darlin’ – Roly Daniels
15. Catch Me If You Can – Hugo Duncan
16. The Door Is Always Open – Ray Lynam
17 .Big Chief Buffalo Nickel – Larry Cunningham
18. Pull The Covers Over Me – Sally O’Brien
19. One Day At A Time – Gloria & Frankie McBride
20. Pretty Little Girl from Omagh – Frankie McBride
21. Rainbows & Roses – Logue & McCool
22. 57 Chevrolet – Sheila Devlin
23. Dear God – Hugo Duncan
24. My Elusive Dreams – Philomena Begley & Ray Lynam
25. Sunnyside Of The Mountain – John Glenn & The Mainliners
26. Heaven’s Just A Sin Away – Gloria
27. Burning Bridges – Frankie McBride
28. Slaney Valley – Larry Cunningham
29. Louisiana Saturday Nights – Kathy Durkin
30. Back Home Again – Dickie Rock
31. Gallant John Joe – Ian Corrigan
32. Happy Street – Mick Flavin
33. Pal of My Cradle Days – Ann Breen
34. Turn out the Light and Love Me – John Glenn & The Mainliners
35. Old Love Never Dies – Brian Coll
36. Cowgirl And The Dandy – Leon
37. Crazy Dreams – Lynda Mayne
38. Kentucky Gambler – Mick Flavin
39. Through The Eyes Of A Child – Tracy Wells
40. Blue Kentucky Girl – Kathy Durkin

20 thoughts on “The Best Of Irish Country Music Collection – 70’s, 80’s 90’s

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  2. Good songs but some of the fake American accents are cringeworthy. Like Mick Flavin in “Happy Street”, that sounds nothing like his normal voice at all. Or when Brian Coll gets to the bit that says “home town on the Foyle” he pronounces “town” like some hybrid American-English, instead of “toyn” like we say in the NW of Ireland. Not one person from Omagh pronounces “town” the way Brian does in that song. But some of them such as Hugo Duncan, Ian Corrigan, and Larry Cunningham actually sing in their own accents, sounds great. No need to put on a fake American twang such as Philomena Begley or Sally O’Brien – country music is derived from Irish, so just sing in your own accent.

  3. Excellent music and musicians. Lyrics so meaningful and sung with precision to music. This music will never fade out.

  4. Some great Country music! Irish folk music was a very big inspiration to the genres creation. Glad to hear this. Respect from Texas.

  5. 00:00:00 – 1. Truck Drivin’ Woman – Philomena Begley
    00:02:06 – 2. This Is Where The Cowboy Rides – Logue & McCool
    00:05:54 – 3. Coward Of The County – Dickie Rock
    00:10:12 – 4. I’ve Loved You All Over The World – Ray Lynam
    00:13:09 – 5. My Ramblin’ Boy – Mick Flavin
    00:15:35 – 6. Don’t Let Me Cross Over – Larry Cunningham
    00:17:54 – 7. Hometown On The Foyle – Brian Coll
    00:20:49 – 8. Don’t Think Love Ought To Be This Way – Ann Breen
    00:23:40 – 9. A Little Country Town in Ireland – John Glenn & The Mainliners
    00:26:14 – 10. D.I.V.O.R.C.E. – Tracy Wells
    00:28:47 – 11. I Love My Ramblin’ Man – Philomena Begley
    00:31:14 – 12. Four In The Morning – Brendan Quinn
    00:34:21 – 13. Down That River Road – Kathy Durkin
    00:37:33 – 14. Hello Darlin’ – Roly Daniels
    00:40:17 – 15. Catch Me If You Can – Hugo Duncan
    00:43:03 – 16. The Door Is Always Open – Ray Lynam
    00:46:07 – 17 .Big Chief Buffalo Nickel – Larry Cunningham
    00:48:16 – 18. Pull The Covers Over Me – Sally O’Brien
    00:50:54 – 19. One Day At A Time – Gloria & Frankie McBride
    00:53:58 – 20. Pretty Little Girl from Omagh – Frankie McBride
    00:56:43 – 21. Rainbows & Roses – Logue & McCool
    01:00:00 – 22. 57 Chevrolet – Sheila Devlin
    01:02:39 – 23. Dear God – Hugo Duncan
    01:05:14 – 24. My Elusive Dreams – Philomena Begley & Ray Lynam
    01:08:44 – 25. Sunnyside Of The Mountain – John Glenn & The Mainliners
    01:11:26 – 26. Heaven’s Just A Sin Away – Gloria
    01:13:54 – 27. Burning Bridges – Frankie McBride
    01:16:22 – 28. Slaney Valley – Larry Cunningham
    01:19:31 – 29. Louisiana Saturday Nights – Kathy Durkin
    01:21:53 – 30. Back Home Again – Dickie Rock
    01:26:22 – 31. Gallant John Joe – Ian Corrigan
    01:28:51 – 32. Happy Street – Mick Flavin
    01:30:54 – 33. Pal of My Cradle Days – Ann Breen
    01:34:24 – 34. Turn out the Light and Love Me – John Glenn & The Mainliners
    01:37:10 – 35. Old Love Never Dies – Brian Coll
    01:40:16 – 36. Cowgirl And The Dandy – Leon
    01:43:33 – 37. Crazy Dreams – Lynda Mayne
    01:46:24 – 38. Kentucky Gambler – Mick Flavin
    01:49:03 – 39. Through The Eyes Of A Child – Tracy Wells
    01:51:50 – 40. Blue Kentucky Girl – Kathy Durkin

  6. I just tried to by this, but i live in Oregon, USA and they won’t sell to me. How can i get this music?

  7. … thank you very much to the country of Ireland and its dear people for giving us such wonderful music. Thank you and God bless you!

  8. I have Irish in me.. Our last name is really Mcquarrie. My Greatgrand pa Change the spelling Quesry. My Dad Change the Last name tp Quarry. That Confused w
    hen I was a kid . Well it Irish. I have Scottish English and Cherokee. I’mixed up.

  9. I am 20 years old and i can definitely say i was born in the wrong year! Country music is my heart. Forever and always ty fo the best songs ever

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