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Playlist of The Pogues

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  • The Irish Rover - The Pogues & The Dubliners

    4:48

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  • The Pogues - A Rainy Night In Soho

    4:45

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    Containing the Irish legend's biggest hits spanning 1984 to 1996. Included among the 30 tracks is the nation's favorite Christmas song and 1million seller 'Fairytale of New York,' the top10 single 'Irish Rover,' as well as the classic 'Whiskey in the Jar' and fan favorite 'Fiesta.'

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  • Thousands Are Sailing

    5:27

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    Thousands Are Sailing · The Pogues

    If I Should Fall from Grace with God

    ℗ 1988 Warner Music UK Ltd

    Drums, Harmonica, Percussion, Vocals: Andrew Ranken
    Engineer: Chris Dickie
    Bass Guitar: Darryl Hunt
    Percussion, Vocals: Darryl Hunt
    Engineer: Dave Jordan
    Accordion, Cello, Dulcimer, Guitar, Mandolin, Percussion, Piano: James Fearnley
    Banjo, Mandola, Saxophone: Jem Finer
    Engineer: Nick Lacey
    Engineer: Paul Scully
    Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals: Philip Chevron
    Engineer: Roy Spong
    Guitar, Vocals: Shane MacGowan
    Tin Whistle, Vocals: Spider Stacy
    Engineer, Producer: Steve Lillywhite
    Tenor Banjo: Terry Woods
    Cittern, Concertina, Dulcimer, Guitar, Mandola, Vocals: Terry Woods
    Writer: Philip Chevron

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  • The Pogues - If I Should Fall From Grace With God

    2:36

    The Pogues 3030 The Essential Collection is available Now!



    Containing the Irish legend's biggest hits spanning 1984 to 1996. Included among the 30 tracks is the nation's favorite Christmas song and 1million seller 'Fairytale of New York,' the top10 single 'Irish Rover,' as well as the classic 'Whiskey in the Jar' and fan favorite 'Fiesta.'

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  • The Pogues - DIRTY OLD TOWN HD

    3:42

    Music Video with Lyrics attached.

    Lyrics:-

    I met my love by the gas works wall
    Dreamed a dream by the old canal
    I kissed my girl by the factory wall
    Dirty old town
    Dirty old town
    Clouds a drifting across the moon
    Cats a prowling on their beat
    Spring's a girl in the street at night
    Dirty old town
    Dirty old town
    Heard a siren from the docks
    Saw a train set the night on fire
    Smelled the spring on the smokey wind
    Dirty old town
    Dirty old town
    I'm going to make a good sharp axe
    Shining steel tempered in the fire
    Will chop you down like an old dead tree
    Dirty old town
    Dirty old town
    I met my love by the gas works wall
    Dreamed a dream by the old canal
    I kissed my girl by the factory wall
    Dirty old town
    Dirty old town
    (© Ewan McColl)

  • The Pogues - Streams of Whiskey

    2:42

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  • The Pogues - Dirty old town, live 2012

    4:10

    I met my love by the gas works wall
    Dreamed a dream by the old canal
    I Kissed my girl by the factory wall
    Dirty old town
    Dirty old town

    Clouds a drifting across the moon
    Cats a prowling on their beat
    Spring's a girl in the street at night
    Dirty old town
    Dirty old town

    Heard a siren from the docks
    Saw a train set the night on fire
    Smelled the spring on the smoky wind
    Dirty old town
    Dirty old town

    I'm going to make me a good sharp axe
    Shining steel tempered in the fire
    Will chop you down like an old dead tree
    Dirty old town
    Dirty old town

    I met my love by the gas works wall
    Dreamed a dream by the old canal
    Kissed a girl by the factory wall
    Dirty old town
    Dirty old town
    Dirty old town
    Dirty old town

  • Poor Paddy

    3:10

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino

    Poor Paddy · The Pogues

    Red Roses for Me

    ℗ 1984 Warner Music UK Ltd

    Drums: Andrew Ranken
    Mastering Engineer: BilBo
    Bass Guitar: Cait O'Riordan
    Engineer: Craig Thomson
    Accordion: James Fearnley
    Banjo: Jem Finer
    Engineer: Nick Robbins
    Vocals: Shane MacGowan
    Tin Whistle: Spider Stacy
    Producer: Stan Brennan
    Arranger: The Pogues
    Writer: Cait O'Riordan
    Writer: Jem Finer
    Writer: Shane MacGowan
    Writer: Spider Stacy
    Writer: Traditional

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  • The Pogues With The Dubliners

    4:11

    the pogues perform the irish rover with the dubliners RIP RONNIE DREW

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  • The Pogues - Summer In Siam

    4:11

    The Pogues 3030 available Now!

    Containing the Irish legend's biggest hits spanning 1984 to 1996. Included among the 30 tracks is the nation's favorite Christmas song and 1million seller 'Fairytale of New York,' the top10 single 'Irish Rover,' as well as the classic 'Whiskey in the Jar' and fan favorite 'Fiesta.'

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  • Sally MacLennane

    2:46

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    Sally MacLennane · The Pogues

    Rum Sodomy & The Lash

    ℗ 1985 Warner Music UK Ltd.

    Drums: Andrew Ranken
    Bass Guitar: Cait O'Riordan
    French Horn: Dick Cuthell
    Producer: Elvis Costello
    Fiddle: Henry Benagh
    Accordion: James Fearnley
    Banjo: Jem Finer
    Engineer: Nick Robbins
    Engineer: Paul Scully
    Guitar: Philip Chevron
    Vocals: Shane MacGowan
    Tin Whistle: Spider Stacy
    Uillean Pipe: Tommy Keane
    Writer: Shane MacGowan

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  • The Sunnyside of the Street

    2:45

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    The Sunnyside of the Street · The Pogues

    Hell's Ditch

    ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Ltd.

    Producer: Joe Strummer
    Engineer: Paul Cobbold
    Performed by: The Pogues
    Writer: Jem Finer
    Writer: Shane MacGowan

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  • The Pogues - Im a Man You Dont Meet Every Day

    2:52

    Oh my name is Jock Stewart
    I'm a canny gaun man
    And a roving young fellow I've been
    So be easy and free
    when you're drinking with me
    I'm a man you don't meet every day

    I have acres of land
    I have men at command
    I have always a shilling to spare
    So be easy and free
    when you're drinking with me
    I'm a man you don't meet every day

    So come fill up your glasses
    of brandy and wine
    Whatever it costs I will pay
    So be easy and free
    when you're drinking with me
    I'm a man you don't meet every day

    Well I took out my dog
    and him I did shoot
    All down in the county Kildare
    So be easy and free
    when you're drinking with me
    I'm a man you don't meet every day

  • The Pogues - Love you Till the End Lyrics

    4:31

    Love You 'Till the End Lyrics

    No Copyright Intended

  • The Pogues - Thousands are Sailing Lyrics

    5:27

    This is the fifth in a series of simple music videos that include the lyrics to some of the best Pogues songs. The Pogues play traditional Irish music with influences from punk rock. While the actual sound of this music is outstanding, the lyrics are normally incredible and the work of a genius, in this case founding member Philip Chevron (sung by Shane MacGowan). However many people, particularly those from outside of Ireland, sometimes struggle to make out these excellent lyrics. This series of videos aims to provide these lyrics and hopefully enhance everyones enjoyment of this superb music even further.

  • The Pogues singing Dirty Old Town drunk in a pub

    1:00

    Shane MacGowan and The Pogues with an impromptu pub session.

    November 1986



    #ThePogues #ShaneMacGowan #DirtyOldTown

  • the Pogues - a Pair of Brown Eyes

    3:49

    here's a great video from the pogues... enjoy!

  • THE POGUES @ Munich, Germany München 1985 Live Full Concert

    38:54

    THE POGUES @ Munich, Germany München 1985 Live
    Full Show.

    - Greenland Whale Fisheries 0:01
    - Repeal of the Licensing Laws 2:25
    - Boys from County Hell 4:25
    - Pair of Brown Eyes 7:10
    - Sally MacLennane 11:33
    - Dingle Regatta 14:10
    - Paddy on the Railway 16:42
    - Battle of Brisbane 19:53
    - Waxies Dargle 21:30
    - Dark Streetos of London 23:30
    - Muirsheen Durkin 26:35
    - Whiskey youre the Devil 28:30
    - Battle of Brisbane 30:44
    - Transmetropolitan 32:25
    - The Band played Waltzing Matilda 33:28

  • The Pogues - Thousands are Sailing

    5:29

    The story of Irish immigrants, who fled Ireland in waves to settle all across the world - especially in America.

  • The Pogues - If I Should Fall From Grace With God

    2:22

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  • The Pogues Dirty Old Town

    3:46

  • The Pogues - Thousands Are Sailing

    5:30

    My first travel to Ireland with my favorites Irish band The Pogues's Thousands Are Sailing

    Thanx Ireland for The Pogues and The U2!!

  • The Pogues - The Body of an American Lyrics

    4:49

    This is the forth in a series of simple music videos that include the lyrics to some of the best Pogues songs. The Pogues play traditional Irish music with influences from punk rock. While the actual sound of this music is outstanding, the lyrics are normally incredible and the work of a genius, Shane MacGowan. However many people, particularly those from outside of Ireland, sometimes struggle to make out these excellent lyrics. This series of videos aims to provide these lyrics and hopefully enhance everyones enjoyment of this superb music even further.

  • P.S. Eu Te Amo / The Pogues - I Love you till the end

    4:01

    P.S. Eu Te Amo

  • The Pogues - Danny Boy

    3:26

    BBC Radio session 1984

  • The Pogues - Sunny Side Of The Street

    2:44

    The Pogues - Sunny Side Of The Street

  • The Pogues - Shane MacGowan - Body of an American

    4:32

    The Pogues - Shane MacGowan - playing Body of an American in Dublin - Self Aid 1986

  • The Pogues - Sally MacLennane OGWT

    2:43

    [Video] The Pogues - Sally MacLennane [OGWT] (Wiggy St Helens UK 2008)

  • the pogues - a pair of brown eyes

    3:43

    album : rum, sodomy, and the lash (1985)

  • The Pogues - Leaving of Liverpool

    3:13

    Fare thee well to you, my own true love,
    There were many fare thee wells
    I am bound for California,
    A place that I know right well

    So fare thee well, my own true love,
    For when I return, united we will be
    It's not the leaving of Liverpool that grieves me,
    But my darling when I think of thee

    I am bound on a Yankee clipper ship,
    Davy Crockett is her name,
    And her Captain's name it is Burgess,
    And they say that she's a floating hell

    So fare thee well, my own true love,
    For when I return, united we will be
    It's not the leaving of Liverpool that grieves me,
    But my darling when I think of thee

    Oh I've sailed with Burgess once before
    And I think I know him well
    If a man's a sailor he will get along
    If he's not then he's sure to tell

    So fare thee well, my own true love,
    For when I return, united we will be
    It's not the leaving of Liverpool that grieves me,
    But my darling when I think of thee

    Oh the sun is on the harbour, love,
    And I wish that I could remain,
    For I know that it will be a long, long time,
    Before I see you again

    So fare thee well, my own true love,
    For when I return, united we will be
    It's not the leaving of Liverpool that grieves me,
    But my darling when I think of thee

  • The Pogues - Do You Believe In Magic?

    2:43

    out-take from Poguetry In Motion

  • The Pogues - Birmingham Six - performed by Greenland Whalefishers with Lyrics - Tribute and Respect

    3:18

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    Birmingham Six written by Shane MacGowan and The Pogues describes the true story of six men that was wrongfully sentenced to life in prison for the Birmingham bombings in 1974. Audio is the Greenland Whalefisher version of the song, taken from the 2016 album Tribute to The Pogues and the song is arranged and performed by Norwegian Irish-Punk band Greenland Whalefishers .
    LYRICS:
    There were six men in Birmingham
    In Guildford there's four
    That were picked up and tortured
    And framed by the law
    And the filth got promotion
    But they're still doing time
    For being Irish in the wrong place
    And at the wrong time
    In Ireland they'll put you away in the maze
    In England they'll keep you for seven long days
    God help you if ever you're caught on these shores
    The coppers need someone
    And they walk through that door

    You'll be counting years
    First five, then ten
    Growing old in a lonely hell
    Round the yard and the stinking cell
    From wall to wall, and back again

    A curse on the judges, the coppers and screws
    Who tortured the innocent, wrongly accused
    For the price of promotion
    And justice to sell
    May the judged by their judges when they rot down in hell

    May the whores of the empire lie awake in their beds
    And sweat as they count out the sins on their heads
    While over in Ireland eight more men lie dead
    Kicked down and shot in the back of the head




    #birminghamsix
    #thepogues
    #cover


    Greenland Whalefishers is an irish punk band from Bergen Norway who celebrated their 25 years anniversary in 2019 with a new studio album and tours.
    a solid slab of heavily Pogues influenced Celtic Punk -- Shite N' Onions Greenland Whalefishers started out in Bergen Norway in 1994, long before anyone had heard of bands like Flogging Molly or Dropkick Murphys. Combining british punk with celtic folk influences, the band soon became one of the most interesting post-pogues bands . Almost two decades of touring all around the world, releasing ten full length albums, piles of singles and EPs and an uncountable number of split-releases, contributing with music to the movie Boondock Saints -- All Saints Day, etc. places the underground folk punkers in Greenland Whalefishers as one of the worlds most credible celtic rock bands. Greenland Whalefishers' album SONGS FROM the BUNKER was rated to a fifth place by Shite N' Onions on the list over the best Celtic Punk CDs in 2010. Shite N' Onions also placed Greenland Whalefishers' album Loboville on their list of the 10 BEST CELTIC PUNK ALBUMS EVER, above artists like Dropkick Murphys and Shane MacGowan. During the USA & UK Tour of 2010, Greenland Whalefishers recorded their set at a festival in England. Live at Farmer Phil's Festival was released in april 2012 as LP on blue vinyl including download card for mp3. The album has received outstanding reviews. Greenland Whalefishers have toured in the USA, Japan, England, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, Italy, Scotland, Poland, Czeck Republic etc, and will continue touring all over with more power and energy than ever on what may be called their never ending world tour. It is all this hard work and all the experience touring that has made critics applaud the bands albums and concerts saying; this is probably one of the best Celtic Punk bands you will ever see perform live .

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  • The Pogues - Maggie May

    4:33

    Best cover version ever!

  • The Parting Glass The Pogues

    2:17

    The Parting Glass

  • 01 The Sick Bed of Cuchulainn by The Pogues

    3:00

    The Sick Bed of Cuchulainn by The Pogues
    Track #1 From Rum, Sodomy, and the Lash

  • The Pogues - Dirty Old Town

    3:50

    Dirty Old Town is a song written by Ewan MacColl in 1949 that was made popular by The Dubliners, & recorded by The Pogues for their 2nd album, Rum Sodomy & The Lash.

    The song was written in reference to Salford, Lancashire, England, the city where Ewan MacColl was brought up. Salford is, in fact, a city. When he first wrote the song, the local council were unhappy at having Salford called a dirty old town and, after considerable criticism, the words of the song were changed from smelled a Spring on the Salford wind to smelled a spring on the smoky wind.

  • The Pogues - South Australia

    3:26

    Here´s a good song from the Pogues´ album If I Should Fall From Grace With God.


    In South Australia I was born, heave away, haul away
    In South Australia, 'round Cape Horn, were bound for South Australia

    Haul away your rolling king, heave away, haul away
    Haul away, youll hear me sing, were bound for South Australia

    As I walked out one morning fair, heave away, haul away
    'Twas there I met Miss Nancy Blair, were bound for South Australia

    There's just one thing that's on my mind, heave away, haul away
    That's leaving Nancy Blair behind, were bound for South Australia

    And as we wallop round Cape Horn, heave away, haul away
    You'll wish to God you've never been born, were bound for South Australia

    In South Australia I was born, heave away, haul away
    In South Australia, 'round Cape Horn, were bound for South Australia

  • The Pogues, Ella Finer - Fairytale Of New York

    4:51

    Music video by The Pogues, Ella Finer performing Fairytale Of New York. (C) 2012 Polydor (France)

  • The Pogues - Cotton Fields

    2:46

    Back on the setlist for the current tour!

    Now the party's over
    And the money's all gone
    You remember feeling like
    Jesus' son
    Your girl has left your side
    And now you're gonna get crucified

    They're gonna crucify you
    Crucify you
    Crucify you
    Crucify you
    In those old cotton fields back home

    Too late to joke or crack a smile
    You gotta carry
    That shit up that drunken mile
    When they put the electrodes
    In your brain
    Even your Mother won't know you're sane
    First Lord Nelson's sunken ships
    Now Steve Lillywhite's drunken mix

  • Medley: The Recruiting Sergeant / The Rocky Road to Dublin / Galway Races

    4:02

    Provided to YouTube by WM UK

    Medley: The Recruiting Sergeant / The Rocky Road to Dublin / Galway Races · The Pogues

    If I Should Fall from Grace with God

    ℗ 1988 Warner Music UK Ltd

    Arranger: Andrew Ranken
    Drums, Harmonica, Percussion, Vocals: Andrew Ranken
    Engineer: Chris Dickie
    Arranger: Darryl Hunt
    Bass Guitar: Darryl Hunt
    Percussion, Vocals: Darryl Hunt
    Engineer: Dave Jordan
    Accordion, Cello, Dulcimer, Guitar, Mandolin, Percussion, Piano: James Fearnley
    Arranger: James Fearnley
    Arranger: Jem Finer
    Banjo, Mandola, Saxophone: Jem Finer
    Engineer: Nick Lacey
    Engineer: Paul Scully
    Arranger: Peter Stacey
    Arranger: Philip Chevron
    Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals: Philip Chevron
    Engineer: Roy Spong
    Arranger: Shane MacGowan
    Guitar, Vocals: Shane MacGowan
    Tin Whistle, Vocals: Spider Stacy
    Engineer, Producer: Steve Lillywhite
    Arranger: Terry Woods
    Tenor Banjo: Terry Woods
    Cittern, Concertina, Dulcimer, Guitar, Mandola, Vocals: Terry Woods
    Writer: Andrew Ranken
    Writer: James Fearnley
    Writer: Jem Finer
    Writer: Philip Chevron
    Writer: Shane MacGowan
    Writer: Spider Stacy
    Writer: Terry Woods
    Writer: Traditional

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  • The Pogues Rainy Night in Soho Lyrics

    4:18

  • The Pogues with Joe Strummer - I Fought The Law.

    2:54

    RTE The Session 1987. Joe on lead vocals and Shane on backing vocals

  • The Pogues - Irish Ways

    5:24

    The Pogues
    The London Irish Live Trust: For The Children
    Irish Ways

  • Im a Man You Dont Meet Every Day

    2:55

    Provided to YouTube by WM UK

    I'm a Man You Don't Meet Every Day · The Pogues

    Rum Sodomy & The Lash

    ℗ 1985 Warner Music UK Ltd

    Drums: Andrew Ranken
    Bass Guitar: Cait O'Riordan
    French Horn: Dick Cuthell
    Producer: Elvis Costello
    Fiddle: Henry Benagh
    Accordion: James Fearnley
    Banjo: Jem Finer
    Engineer: Nick Robbins
    Engineer: Paul Scully
    Guitar: Philip Chevron
    Vocals: Shane MacGowan
    Tin Whistle: Spider Stacy
    Uillean Pipe: Tommy Keane
    Writer: Cait O'Riordan
    Writer: Jem Finer
    Writer: Shane MacGowan
    Writer: Spider Stacy
    Writer: Traditional

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  • The Pogues - The Sick Bed Of Cuchulainn - Live Japan 1988

    3:15

    The Pogues Live Tokyo Japan 31st October 1988

  • The Pogues Fiesta

    4:29

  • The Pogues - The Old Main Drag

    3:20

    BBC radio session 1985

    When I first came to London I was
    only sixteen
    With a fiver in my pocket and my ole dancing bag
    I went down to the dilly to check out the scene
    But I soon ended up upon the old main drag

    There the he-males and the she-males paraded in style
    And the old man with the money would flash you a smile
    In the dark of an alley you'd work for a fiver
    For a swift one off the wrist down on the old main drag

    In the cold winter nights the old town it was chill
    But there were boys in the cafes who'd give you cheap pills
    If you didn't have the money you'd cajole and you'd beg
    There was always lots of tuinol on the old main drag

    One evening as I was lying down by Leicester Square
    I was picked up by the coppers and kicked in the balls
    Between the metal doors at Vine Street I was beaten and mauled
    And they ruined my good looks for the old main drag

    In the tube station the old ones who were on the way out
    Would dribble and vomit and grovel and shout
    And the coppers would come along and push them about
    And I wished I could escape from the old main drag

    And now I'm lying here I've had too much booze
    I've been shat on and spat on and raped and abused
    I know that I am dying and I wish I could beg
    For some money to take me from the old main drag

  • The Pogues - Fiesta

    4:12

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    En el verano de 1986 Shane McGowan y Spider Stacy, lideres de The Pogues, viajan a Almería para rodar la Película “Straight to Hell” a las ordenes del director Alex Cox.

    Se alojan en el Hotel Almería de la Capital, desde donde parten a diario a Tabernas a pasar el día rodando y bebiendo, bajo el eterno sol de desierto. De vuelta al Hotel, cenan y se van a descansar, cosa que no pueden hacer casi ningún día debido a que estábamos en plena Feria y en aquella época se montaba frente al Puerto, justo debajo del Hotel.

    Por el día, a las 08:00h al irse a rodar contemplaban estupefactos, que la gente de Almería aún estaba de fiesta. En estos días Shane gestó la famosa canción Fiesta que hace referencia a todo esto.

    «Fiesta» es un tema de la banda britano-irlandesa The Pogues, perteneciente a su álbum de 1988 If I Should Fall from Grace with God. Escrita por Jem Finer y Shane MacGowan, basado en una melodía que oyeron en la Feria de Almería. El video fue dirigido por el popular comediante y actor británico Adrian Edmondson. Fiesta fue la última canción del grupo que alcanzó el Top 30 de las listas del Reino Unido, fue cuando MacGowan aún estaba en la banda. La letra, parcialmente en español macarrónico, habla de la ciudad de Almería, así como del abandono de la bajista Cait O'Riordan y su consiguiente unión a Elvis Costello. También menciona a Jaime Fearnley, acordeonista del grupo. Fue usada en los años noventa en el show de Patrick Sébastien Sébastien c'est fou en el canal de televisión francesa TF1. Existe una versión de la banda Despe e Siga llamado Festa.

    #JOSEVIÑAS #MUSICASUBTITULADA #ThePoguesFiesta

  • Fairytale of New York - Shane Hennessy

    4:31

    A solo acoustic guitar version of Fairytale of New York by the Pogues & Kirsty McColl. This is a Christmas tune is favourite of mine, and is one of the few truly Irish Christmas songs! Hope you are all having a great holiday period, and best wishes from me and my family to yours!

    Guitar: Maton Shane Hennessy Traditional
    Amp: ACUS OneForStrings 8
    Cables: David Laboga Cables (DL Cables)

    (Filmed on an iPad)

  • The Pogues - Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah

    3:30

    The Pogues 3030 available Now!

    Containing the Irish legend's biggest hits spanning 1984 to 1996. Included among the 30 tracks is the nation's favorite Christmas song and 1million seller 'Fairytale of New York,' the top10 single 'Irish Rover,' as well as the classic 'Whiskey in the Jar' and fan favorite 'Fiesta.'

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