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Live at The Ulster Hall Belfast

The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem

Year: 2000

Runtime: 00:50:20

A balance of old Irish music favorites and a live show make up this hour long home video featuring interviews and concert footage. Filmed at the group's reunion concert at UIster Hall in Northern Island, the filmed performance highlights the traditional folk act's lively talent and dedication to recreating the spirited, indigenous songs of their Irish homeland.

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