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The Pogues - Fairytale Of New York Album

The Pogues - Fairytale Of New York Album
Title:
Fairytale Of New York
Performer:
The Pogues
Style:
Folk Rock
Released:
1991
Catalog:
YZ 628 TG
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
2323 mb
FLAC album size:
1402 mb
Genre:
Label:
WEA Records Ltd.

Tracklist


1The Sick Bed Of Cuchulainn (Live)
2A Pair Of Brown Eyes (Live)
3Fairytale Of New York
Engineer – Chris Dickie, Nick Lacey, Roy SpongProducer – Steve LillywhiteVocals – Kirsty MacColl
4Maggie May (Live)


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NY 12The Pogues Fairytale Of New York ‎(12")Pogue Mahone Records, Stiff RecordsNY 12UK1987
WEA400The Pogues Fairytale Of New York ‎(7", Single, RE)Warner Bros. RecordsWEA400UK2005
NY 7, OTT 20005The Pogues Fairytale Of New York ‎(7", Single)Stiff Records, Off The Track RecordsNY 7, OTT 20005France1987
OTT 30005The Pogues Fairytale Of New York ‎(12")Off The Track RecordsOTT 30005France1987
NY 7The Pogues Fairytale Of New York ‎(7", Single)Pogue Mahone RecordsNY 7UK1987


Notes


A2, B1, B2 recorded live at Barrowlands Ballroom, Glasgow, Scotland, 1987


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 090317610009


Album


Fairytale of New York is a song written by Jem Finer and Shane MacGowan and recorded by their band the Pogues, featuring singer-songwriter Kirsty MacColl on vocals. The song is an Irish folk-style ballad and was written as a duet, with the Pogues' singer MacGowan taking the role of the male character and MacColl the female character. It was originally released as a single on 23 November 1987 and later featured on the Pogues' 1988 album If I Should Fall from Grace with God. Fairytale Of New York - The Pogues. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Official video for Fairytale Of New York by The Pogues featuring Kirsty MacColl Stream The Pogues greatest. You were pretty Queen of New York City When the band finished playing They howled out for more Sinatra was swinging All the drunks, they were singing We kissed on the video for Fairytale of New York from The Pogues's If I Should Fall From Grace With God for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. The Pogues. Fairytale of New York. Play track. Love this track. About Fairytale of New York. The song took years to write, it was released in 1987. Now a Christmas Standard, it enters the UK Top Twenty every December. Its about an Irish couple who emigrated to America, ostensibly in the 1940s, in hope of making it as entertainers in New York. Although, as stated by co-writer Shane MacGowan. The songs title comes from the 1973 novel A Fairytale of New York by Irish-American author James Patrick Donleavy, who was born in New York but later moved to Dublin and became an Irish citizen. In the book, the narrator says: When I was a little boy. Left in a brand new foster home. Twenty-five years after its release, the duet about a couple who have fallen on hard times is still considered by many to be the greatest Christmas song of New York came 15th place in this years Christmas number 1 chart. Have a great Christmas and a happy New Year : The Pogues - Fairytale of New York for Christmas Number 1. 22 December 2016 . Hi all, just a reminder I believe the race has ended for the race for Christmas no1, tune into the uktop40 tomorrow to see who is crowned Christmas number one, crossing my fingers it's the luck and may the best song win. Listen to songs from the album Fairytale of New York - Single feat. Kirsty MacColl, including Fairytale of New York feat. Kirsty MacColl and Fairytale of New York Instrumental . Lyrics to Fairytale of New York. The Pogues Artistfacts. The Page Collective from New YorkThey never made it New York. He won a bunch of money. Petter from Ãngelholm, SwedenI'm kinda fascinated of The Pogues' obsession with irish people travelling to the US. my favourite on this theme has to be their song Thousands are sailing. there MacGowan's songwriting truly stands out. Niall from Ireland, IrelandAbsolutely the greatest Christmas song ever written and a true highlight that for all his sins Shane McGowan is above all a remarkable songwriter. This album added jazz as well as Spanish and Middle Eastern folk to the musical mix, and for the first time it also featured a full drum kit. Yet, what it had most in its favour was a superior batch of songs, courtesy of a two-year layoff from recording that had been caused by Stiff's worsening situation. In the case of 'Fairytale Of New York', the approach was slightly different to that employed for the other tracks since the first thing to be recorded was the intro, a vocalpiano duet that Shane MacGowan and James Fearnley performed at a much slower tempo than the rest of the song. Fairytale Of New York is found on the album Essential Pogues. Found on more albums: Wonderful Christmas If I Should Fall from Grace with God Works Works If I Should Fall From Grace With God. The Pogues Fairytale Of New York. You were handsome You were pretty Queen of New York City When the band finished playing They howled out for more Sinatra was swinging All the drunks they were singing We kissed on a corner Then danced through the night. The boys of the NYPD choir Were singing Galway Bay And the bells were ringing out For Christmas day


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