Boys of the Lough is a Scottish-Irish folk band.
The band for their first album, called Boys of the Lough (1972) consisted of Aly Bain (born 1946, in Lerwick, Shetland, Scotland) (fiddle), Cathal McConnell (born 1944, in Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland) (flute), Dick Gaughan (born Richard Peter Gaughan, 1948, in Rutherglen, Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland) vocals and guitar) and Robin Morton (born 1939, in Portadown, Co Armagh, Northern Ireland) (flute).
|1||Forest Flower, Kitty The Hare, Jenny Dang The Weaver||5,121 listeners|
|2||Farewell And Remember Me||4,404 listeners|
|3||The Hills Of Donegal||3,070 listeners|
|4||The Humours Of Flinn, Tim O'Leary's Waltz||2,756 listeners|
|5||The Leitrim Queen||2,728 listeners|
|6||Valentia Harbour / The Jug Of Punch / MacArthur Road||2,463 listeners|
|7||Maho Snaps, Charlie Hunter, The Mouse In The Cupboard, The Rosewood||2,412 listeners|
|8||Once I Loved||2,300 listeners|
|9||Lovely Ann||2,159 listeners|
|10||The Waterford Waltz / The Stronsay Waltz||1,960 listeners|