The Pogues – Red Roses For Me (LP, UK)

1984 Stiff Records SEEZ 55
A1. Transmetropolitan
A2. The Battle Of Brisbane
A3. The Auld Triangle
A4. Waxie’s Dargle
A5. Boys From The County Hell
A6. Sea Shanty
A7. Dark Streets Of London

B1. Streams Of Whiskey
B2. Poor Paddy
B3. Dingle Regatta
B4. Greenland Whale
B5. Down In The Ground Where The Dead Men Go
B6. Kitty

NOTES:
1984 album featuring Auld Triangle which was covered by Cat Power & Dirty Delta Blues on the Dark End of the Street EP.

“The Auld Triangle” is a song written by Brendan Behan, which is featured in his play The Quare Fellow. It is used to introduce the play, a story about the occurrences in a prison (in real life Mountjoy Prison where Behan had once been lodged) the day a convict is set to be executed. The song has also become known as “The Banks of the Royal Canal.” – wikipedia.org

SONG CREDITS:
Vocals/Guitar: Shane MacGowan
Banjo: Jem Fine
Tin Whistle: Spider Stacy
Accordion: James Fearnley
Bass Guitar: Cait O’Riordan
Drums: Andrew Ranken

Produced: Stan Brennan
Engineer: Craig Thomson/Nick Robbins

A1. Transmetropolitan
Writer: MacGowan

A2. The Battle Of Brisbane
Writer: MacGowan

A3. The Auld Triangle
Writer: B. Behan

A4. Waxie’s Dargle
Writer: Traditional
Arranged: Pogues

A5. Boys From The County Hell
Writer: MacGowan

A6. Sea Shanty
Writer: MacGowan

A7. Dark Streets Of London
Writer: MacGowan

B1. Streams Of Whiskey
Writer: MacGowan

B2. Poor Paddy
Writer: Traditional
Arranged: Pogues

B3. Dingle Regatta
Writer: Traditional
Arranged: Finer

B4. Greenland Whale
Writer: Traditional
Arranged: Pogues

B5. Down In The Ground Where The Dead Men Go
Writer: MacGowan

B6. Kitty
Writer: Traditional

SLEEVE NOTES:
[unknown]
DETAILS:
ARTWORK:
Photography: Steve Tynan

BARCODE: n/a

RUN-OUT GROOVE ENGRAVING:
A: [unknown]
B: [unknown]

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