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samundcandy 01 Jul 04 - 04:08 AM
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Steve Latimer 01 Jul 04 - 02:41 PM
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cool hand Tom 08 Dec 04 - 03:07 PM
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Subject: Support the Dubliners' archive
From: samundcandy
Date: 01 Jul 04 - 04:08 AM

For to look back on their long career the Dubliners have just established a private archive. I was officially appointed by John Sheahan to do the collecting work. The Dubliners ask all their friends to help and fill the archive with material of all periods of the Dubliners` career. We look for tv and radio programmes, private made photos, private concert recordings (audio and film) and other rare stuff from all over the world. For any copy we get from you for the Dubliners` archive you would get some rare stuff back in return of course. So please have a look on your own collected stuff and help us filling the Dubliners' archive.


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Subject: RE: Support the Dubliners' archive
From: GUEST
Date: 01 Jul 04 - 05:14 AM

Great idea, I just saw them over at the Skagen Folk Festival, where they received an award. Ronnie Drew was there as well with The Hell Fire Band.


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Subject: RE: Support the Dubliners' archive
From: Steve Latimer
Date: 01 Jul 04 - 02:41 PM

Strange, I have been listening to nothing but Bluegrass for months, trying to improve my banjo playing. Today I'm doing a bunch of yard work, so I thought that I would listen to something else for a change. The first CD I put in the Walkman this morning was The Dubliners. Sorry I can't help with the archive, just thought it was an interesting coincidence.


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Subject: RE: Support the Dubliners' archive
From: GUEST
Date: 08 Dec 04 - 07:31 AM

I,m from London of Irish parents.I grew up listening to the Dubliners.I now live in Bewdley Worcestershire.
According to Des Geraghtys book Luke Kelly was here in 1962 I,d love to know a bit more about this trip.
The obvious question about the Dubliners is why is there no book about them.I assume they cannot agree on who should write it.What a story though.The remaining members aren,t young so they better get a move on.


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Subject: RE: Support the Dubliners' archive
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 08 Dec 04 - 12:07 PM

The bloke you need to talk to is Ian Campbell. His group and the Dubs were all part of that early English/Scottish scene.

His knowledge of and number of anecdotes is pretty much without parallel, I should have thought. So if I were you I'd get meself over to Ian switch on the tape recorder - ask him what he knows about the early days of the Dubliners - come back three or four hours later - follow up the leads - and your library will be pretty full!

great man!


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Subject: RE: Support the Dubliners' archive
From: patriot1314
Date: 08 Dec 04 - 12:14 PM

I had the pleasure of a day with Barney McKenna in his local pub. He invited a few of us over from Scotland and we had a great day.
Got a few photos as well.


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Subject: RE: Support the Dubliners' archive
From: cool hand Tom
Date: 08 Dec 04 - 03:07 PM

I have some pics of me and the Dubs,at newark i was invited backstage and Barney gave me his pint glass as a souveneir.The Dubliners where my inspirational band.Luke Kelly was and will be a hero to me as it was lukes music who started me playing 5 string banjo.To the extent of me owning the same model Merlin Banjo he owned.Years later they still are the most inspirational band for me and feel it is so important to archive there work ect.Anything i can do to help just let me know.Also i am still trying to find the DVD or Video thank you for the music.The pint glass i have of barneys is engraved with the date and venue of the concert.If its going to a good cause im happy to part with it.

   Regards Tom
                The marvelous mechanical merlin Banjo.


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Subject: RE: Support the Dubliners' archive
From: skarpi
Date: 08 Dec 04 - 03:26 PM

I might ask around here In Iceland I know the man who got the
Dubliners to Iceland last time they came.
I just mised them In Dublin In November In the Giaty th,
i was so sad dammm.
All the best Skarpi Iceland.
P.s why are they doing this ?


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Subject: RE: Support the Dubliners' archive
From: GUEST,Debra Summers San Pedro CA
Date: 20 Aug 06 - 07:21 PM

I wish I had something to contribute to the archives. I love the Dubs, especially Sean Cannnon and listen to them daily. Got to see them a couple of weeks ago in Killarney, terriffic show!


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Subject: RE: Support the Dubliners' archive
From: ard mhacha
Date: 21 Aug 06 - 04:29 AM

I seen the Dubliners in the Lyric Cinema in Lurgan Ireland, back in the late 1960s, I remember the show was late in starting due to Luke Having to be dragged out of John Byrne`s pub, it didn`t have any adverse effect on his singing voice, he was his usual brilliant self that night.
Samuncandy good luck with your work.


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