The Irish Rover - The Pogues \u0026 The Dubliners

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Gary Ryan
Gary Ryan 2 months ago

Well it's not Abba, it's not Bon Jovi, nor Led Zeppelin (not even in a studio)...but it's pure n' raw, Irish stew at its best (Live & not a bit "tuned up")

Janice Elliot
Janice Elliot 2 months ago

Oh my god wat brilliant music in the Bugel Horn 1987 whoooopie the guy to the left wow nice looking guy

Robert Kelly
Robert Kelly 2 months ago

I'm half Irish myself so I enjoyed that out of respect for my dear Dad who came from the emerald Isle, what a lovely country it is too.

Rachel Brouard
Rachel Brouard 2 months ago

Love it, haven't a clue what their saying but I bloody love it

jon melon
jon melon 2 months ago

A mighty set of ears on that mcgowan fella..

Ryan Jonestown Massaker

The best thing I have ever seen and heard.

MrsSlocombes PuddyCat

💗💗💗💗💗💗💗💗 Brilliant combo

Who Me
Who Me 2 months ago

I love the singers confidance.

captainjack8319
captainjack8319 2 months ago

The Dubliners were bosses. They took care of themselves fairly well, and it shows, and wearing suits on this show was legit.

cathrene ferreira
cathrene ferreira 2 months ago

Blady Awsome...

Jay
Jay 2 months ago

Hahaha love how Shane has a cuppa tea 😂

David Cherson
David Cherson 2 months ago

Cripes Shane Magowan could have provided a distillery from his output lol

Genevieve Herbaut
Genevieve Herbaut 2 months ago

Those eyes.......Ronnys eyes

Abedi Pelé
Abedi Pelé 2 months ago

Enjoy 😘

cymen1
cymen1 2 months ago

I always thought the greatest music came from the British Empire, but the Irish thought me wrong!

Augustus Goostach
Augustus Goostach 2 months ago

pog

David Gough
David Gough 2 months ago

I don’t reckon it’s coffee in that cup! Hahaha

Jew Fierros
Jew Fierros 2 months ago

Amazing! Those teeth though!!!

ereann ni cairbheall
ereann ni cairbheall 2 months ago

Love to be in that audience some legends on that stage 🇨🇮🇨🇮

Rebecca McCauley
Rebecca McCauley 2 months ago

One of the top 10 performances I wish to God I'd seen live! Legendary ❤️👍😁

Jonny Denison
Jonny Denison 2 months ago

Laughing at the fact Shane has to keep watching Ronnie from 3:00 onwards to remember the lyrics & where they're at in the song. Fair play lads, can't be easy when you're hammered haha

RudeboyV
RudeboyV 2 months ago

legendary 💖

sinead
sinead 2 months ago

I love your channel. Thank you 💓.

samuel watson
samuel watson 2 months ago

Dude be casually smoking and drinking in the middle of a concert

Sergei Shesterov
Sergei Shesterov 2 months ago

still I think it's the best

Hadeseyes
Hadeseyes 2 months ago

Someone knows when this was performed?

Dylan Jake man
Dylan Jake man 2 months ago

My and my grandads fav song miss u jj

Kakapo Kunstflug
Kakapo Kunstflug 2 months ago

you all at columbo <3

Robert Kelly
Robert Kelly 2 months ago

looks like my beard !!!

Tony Bletas
Tony Bletas 2 months ago

Shane’s liver will no doubt be buried separately and with full military honours!

Melanie Hancocks
Melanie Hancocks 2 months ago

It’s not unusual

Duncan Medford
Duncan Medford 2 months ago

Fantastic

Peter Nicholson
Peter Nicholson 2 months ago

the beard runs the show.

Nova Station
Nova Station 2 months ago

L O V E

Kurtis Black
Kurtis Black 2 months ago

My childhood was filled with memories of my Grandfather listening to The Pogues and the Dubliners, I used to love sitting with him listening along. He passed away a couple months ago, but this music will always keep him alive in spirit.

Ash Hughes
Ash Hughes 2 months ago

Yous can have one off owl politician from Australia just say that if she gets her way with your government she wood thought out the ira back to England just say doesn't matter what background you come from your out if you not a blood related Australia if she got in man she wood kick everyone out indeed me and my family

Janice Elliot
Janice Elliot 2 months ago

Guy on the left with a banjo wow nice looking

Dave Perkins
Dave Perkins 2 months ago

RIP Shane. You are sorely missed

Photo Man
Photo Man 2 months ago

Wow. The teeth. The ears. Incest definitely took place

Mal Pace
Mal Pace 2 months ago

What tunes what bands what brilliance

Ryan A Wilson
Ryan A Wilson 2 months ago

A 27 mast ship seems rather large by my estimation

Grüne Bohnensuppe
Grüne Bohnensuppe 2 months ago

God level!

Green Irish
Green Irish 2 months ago

27 masts 😂

Jacqueline Davis
Jacqueline Davis 2 months ago

TEETH!!!!!

Kev Pilling
Kev Pilling 2 months ago

This is the forth time I have watched and listened to this Song , The folk playing their instruments really click together . The Fluetest who sticks His tongue out was is Amazing

Kev Pilling
Kev Pilling 2 months ago

Oh Yes . My feet are tapping more times than I can write . What an Amazing Song by these Beautiful People

Fabre Julien
Fabre Julien 2 months ago

Trop bon

Kevin Morley
Kevin Morley 2 months ago

How beautiful!!!! Nourishes the soul!

Bihari Angrez
Bihari Angrez 2 months ago

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On the fourth of July, 1806
We set sail from the sweet cove of Cork
We were sailing away with a cargo of bricks
For the Grand City Hall in New York

'Twas a wonderful craft
She was rigged fore and aft
And oh, how the wild wind drove her
She stood several blasts
She had twenty-seven masts
And they called her The Irish Rover

We had one million bags of the best Sligo Rags
We had two million barrels of stone
We had three million sides of old blind horses hides
We had four million barrels of bones

We had five million hogs
Six million dogs
Seven million barrels of porter
We had eight million bails of old nanny goats' tails
In the hold of The Irish Rover

There was ol' Mickey Coote
Who played hard on his flute
When the ladies lined up for a set
He was tootin' with skill
For each sparkling quadrille
Though the dancers were fluther'd and bet

With his smart witty talk
He was cock of the walk
And he rolled the dames under and over
They all knew at a glance
When he took up his stance
That he sailed in The Irish Rover

There was Barney McGee
From the banks of the Lee
There was Hogan from County Tyrone
There was Johnny McGurk
Who was scared stiff of work
And a man from Westmeath called Malone

There was Slugger O'Toole
Who was drunk as a rule
And fighting Bill Treacy from Dover
And your man, Mick MacCann
From the banks of the Bann
Was the skipper on The Irish Rover

For the sailor it's always a bother in life
It's so lonesome by night and by day
That he longs for the shore
And a charming young whore
Who will melt all his troubles away

Oh, the noise and the rout
Swillin' poitin and stout
For him soon the torment's over
Of the love of a maid, he is never afraid
That old salt from The Irish Rover

We had sailed seven years
When the measles broke out
And the ship lost its way in the fog
And that whale of a crew
Was reduced down to two
Just myself and the Captain's old dog

Then the ship struck a rock
Oh Lord, what a shock
The bulkhead was turned right over
Turned nine times around
And the poor old dog was drowned
And the last of The Irish Rover

Ronan Mcdermott
Ronan Mcdermott 2 months ago

best music in the world ... we wont see the likes of these again

Bill Kam
Bill Kam 2 months ago

What year is this from?

Tyghe Comer
Tyghe Comer 2 months ago

4:40 the sound when the tape repeats itself

Nico
Nico 2 months ago

3:46 💥💥💥

Wutaii1 Nostalgia
Wutaii1 Nostalgia 2 months ago

This is like a Unicorn with a Leviathan it is so mythic.

Marcel Mulvany
Marcel Mulvany 2 months ago

I remember watching this live on Gaybo with my dear mum&dad back in the day.

J D
J D 2 months ago

Ah the Irish and their stories

Rowan Nicholls
Rowan Nicholls 2 months ago

Hi

Matthias Hess
Matthias Hess 2 months ago

Cheers

freemindthinker ezrapound

The Irish and the London Irish what a great combination of culture to add to the world scene

W Little
W Little 2 months ago

Lol I wouldn't want to pay their bar tab.

Eugene Burns
Eugene Burns 2 months ago

Hurling is Better

Dave E
Dave E 2 months ago

Great reminder to floss, kids!

Si mon
Si mon 2 months ago

this is fantastic

Angel
Angel 2 months ago

Putos genios!

Kai Skinner
Kai Skinner 2 months ago

In the iiiiirrrrisshshshshsh
Roooooovvvvveerrrr

Kai Skinner
Kai Skinner 2 months ago

Totally awesome

Marko Marjanović
Marko Marjanović 2 months ago

Perfection.. 👌👍

Dt0x75
Dt0x75 2 months ago

yup eyes are two pissholes in the snow... hes drunk XD

Jon Owen
Jon Owen 2 months ago

Love Shane.
England's finest.

andrew james Bunting
andrew james Bunting 2 months ago

Lyrics
On the fourth of July, 1806
We set sail from the sweet cove of Cork
We were sailing away with a cargo of bricks
For the Grand City Hall in New York

'Twas a wonderful craft
She was rigged fore and aft
And oh, how the wild wind drove her
She stood several blasts
She had twenty-seven masts
And they called her The Irish Rover

We had one million bags of the best Sligo Rags
We had two million barrels of stone
We had three million sides of old blind horses hides
We had four million barrels of bones

We had five million hogs
Six million dogs
Seven million barrels of porter
We had eight million bails of old nanny goats' tails
In the hold of The Irish Rover

There was ol' Mickey Coote
Who played hard on his flute
When the ladies lined up for a set
He was tootin' with skill
For each sparkling quadrille
Though the dancers were fluther'd and bet

With his smart witty talk
He was cock of the walk
And he rolled the dames under and over
They all knew at a glance
When he took up his stance
That he sailed in The Irish Rover

There was Barney McGee
From the banks of the Lee
There was Hogan from County Tyrone
There was Johnny McGurk
Who was scared stiff of work
And a man from Westmeath called Malone

There was Slugger O'Toole
Who was drunk as a rule
And fighting Bill Treacy from Dover
And your man, Mick MacCann
From the banks of the Bann
Was the skipper on The Irish Rover

For the sailor it's always a bother in life
It's so lonesome by night and by day
That he longs for the shore
And a charming young whore
Who will melt all his troubles away

Oh, the noise and the rout
Swillin' poitin and stout
For him soon the torment's over
Of the love of a maid, he is never afraid
That old salt from The Irish Rover

We had sailed seven years
When the measles broke out
And the ship lost its way in the fog
And that whale of a crew
Was reduced down to two
Just myself and the Captain's old dog

Then the ship struck a rock
Oh Lord, what a shock
The bulkhead was turned right over
Turned nine times around
And the poor old dog was drowned
And the last of The Irish Rover

SkinnySweatyMan
SkinnySweatyMan 2 months ago

Fuckin tremendous

Laure Rodolph
Laure Rodolph 2 months ago

Seen them in concert in Paris, we had to wait for a rugby match to be done before they showed, but it was one of the best concert of my life.

Estelle Barry
Estelle Barry 2 months ago

Musicians coming together :)

Lprcn!2
Lprcn!2 2 months ago

My favorite Song At St Patricks Day
I am a irish-american,
and thats why i prize this song!
and its just generally good

HollywoodCannes
HollywoodCannes 2 months ago

Long journey from Zambia, 6 years old I remember singing this with the Caracastle school boys of Charlestown, 80s County Mayo. Ireland you have my heart forever - RIP Pat, Betty, Kevin - God bless Free Ireland ☘️

TurboTarg
TurboTarg 2 months ago

Alas, I have no whiskey for a St. Patrick's Day salute. I think my Grandparents would roll over in their graves if they knew that all I have in my fridge, atm is Colorado High Vodka and some Southern Comfort. Cheers, anyway.

Vanessa Hawarden
Vanessa Hawarden 2 months ago

God Bless you Ronnie lad

Anthony Whelan
Anthony Whelan 2 months ago

Those were the days

Sisto Activitatem
Sisto Activitatem 2 months ago

The Irish look irish
The English look English

Steve Entwistle
Steve Entwistle 2 months ago

HAPPY PADDYS DAY 2021.

penelope pittstop
penelope pittstop 2 months ago

Happy Paddys Day everyone. Fuck the Irish government, God love us the snakes are back. We need another Paddy.

Steve Brown
Steve Brown 2 months ago

Two of my all-time favorite bands together for this marvelous mayhem!

Megan Doyle
Megan Doyle 2 months ago

Here on St Patrick's Day from Ireland! 🍀🇮🇪

Ben
Ben 2 months ago

pure talent, pure musicality 🎶🎵🎶 😆😆😆 🙌🙌🙌

Mr Positive TPR
Mr Positive TPR 2 months ago

Me Irish ☘️ teeth be whiskyfied Lasse. Happy St Paddy’s day 2021

GSeward
GSeward 2 months ago

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

JESSE CAMPION
JESSE CAMPION 2 months ago

The comments are arguably better than the song 😂

SBluvr99
SBluvr99 2 months ago

Happy St. Paddy's Day, lads and lasses! ☘️☘️☘️

Peter Phelan
Peter Phelan 2 months ago

And yer man Christy in the background flogging' away on the bodhran

Zeljko Milijanovic
Zeljko Milijanovic 2 months ago

3:47

Kevin Whitaker
Kevin Whitaker 2 months ago

To me shane is the best song writer of the last 100 years he has written some of the best songs ever written...and with the pogues and the popes the BEST DRINKING MUSIC EVER....🇮🇪🇮🇪🇮🇪🇮🇪🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🍺🍺🍺😊👍☮️☯️❤️ ..... AND THIS SONG WITH THE DUBLINERS F#@KING YEAH.....NUFF SAID 🍺🍺😊👍🇮🇪🇮🇪🇮🇪🇮🇪🇮🇪🇮🇪🏴🏴🏴💣💣💥💥🔥🇬🇧🇺🇲🔥💥💥

Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge

I could watch this a million times. And I probably have!

Pierce Ryan
Pierce Ryan 2 months ago

Excellent..Oui.

Daniel Zylberkan
Daniel Zylberkan 2 months ago

the dubs were more punk than the pogues and the pogues were more trad than the dubs. a match made in heaven

Larz Gustafsson
Larz Gustafsson 2 months ago

And The Dubliners had never played faster...

Mossie O'Leary
Mossie O'Leary 2 months ago

They're some crew, brilliant

Ludovig Ar Rû
Ludovig Ar Rû 2 months ago

Dispar 👍

Boy remi
Boy remi 2 months ago

ange

Viktor Sarge
Viktor Sarge 2 months ago

With the current sea shanty trend I sort of hope that more people come across this glorious moment in time.

Kakapo Kunstflug
Kakapo Kunstflug 2 months ago

one eraly grey for ya my mates <3