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Album: The High Kings

Artist: The High Kings

  • Genre: Celtic
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • Copyright: ℗ 2008 High Kings Ltd

Tracklist For The High Kings By Artist The High Kings

Title Artist Time
1
Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore The High Kings 3:39 USD 1.29
2
Will Ye Go Lassie, Go? The High Kings 4:04 USD 1.29
3
Galway to Graceland The High Kings 2:53 USD 1.29
4
The Black Velvet Band The High Kings 4:33 USD 1.29
5
The Rocky Road to Dublin The High Kings 3:16 USD 1.29
6
Marie's Wedding The High Kings 3:46 USD 1.29
7
Fields of Glory The High Kings 4:03 USD 1.29
8
Ar Éireann Ní Neosainn Cé h The High Kings 3:46 USD 1.29
9
The Little Beggarman The High Kings 2:54 USD 1.29
10
The Beggarman Jig The High Kings 1:43 USD 1.29
11
The Auld Triangle The High Kings 3:06 USD 1.29
12
The Parting Glass The High Kings 4:13 USD 1.29
13
The Wild Rover (Live) The High Kings 4:08 USD 1.29

Reviews For The High Kings By Artist The High Kings

  • Good Stuff

    5
    By Warebare
    These songs are all great, but the most catchy are definitely "Rocky Road to Dublin" and "The Little Beggarman".
  • Great

    5
    By Camoman247
    I was looking for the parting glass then I listened to all the demos on the album it is worth it if u like this music
  • True

    5
    By Staygoldcookie
    It's the complete package with the High Kings of Ireland.
  • Puts Celtic Thunder to shame!!!

    5
    By LittleCelticLady
    I'm loving every track on here! So traditional yet modern at the same time. They blend so nicely and they just put Celtic Thunder to shame!! Buy this album!
  • Fine Irishmen

    5
    By Allie Irishmaid
    Their voices are heaven. My favorite song is Ar Éireann Ní Neosainn Cé Hí ☺️
  • lol

    5
    By Djutfifrhurdi
    MY DAD AND I LOVE THE HIGH KINGS MY FAVORITE IS MARES WEDDING
  • Hats off to the High Kings!

    5
    By {DONATELLA}
    Loved the album! Pleasure to listen to!
  • True to the Homeland

    5
    By Irishman507
    Very authentic, yet modern, take on the classics. Recommended highly!
  • The High kings

    5
    By Centaurkriophorosi
    love the high kings, love dublin, love will ye go lassie go

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