Shane MacGowan & The Popes - Live at Montreux (1995) DVD9 | VIDEO_TS | MPEG-2 Video, PAL 4:3 (720:576), 25fps, 8905kbps | LPCM 2.0; DD 5.1, 448kbps; DTS 5.1, 768kbps | 72 min | 5100Mb rock | Eagle Vision EREDV447 | rel: 2004 | case cover
Shane MacGowan first came to prominence as the frontman and principal songwriter of The Pogues writing huge international hits such as Fairytale Of New York and The Irish Rover. After splitting from the band in 1991 he reappeared with a new band, The Popes, who released their debut album The Snake in 1995. He remains an iconic figure in Irish music. During the tour to support the release of their album, Shane and The Popes played the Montreux Jazz Festival on July 15, 1995. The show combines tracks from the Snake album such as Nancy Whiskey, Donegal Express and Bring Down The Lamp with Pogues classics such as If I Should Fall From Grace With God, Streams Of Whiskey, A Pair Of Brown Eyes and The Irish Rover along with a rousing version of the Hippy Hippy Shake that's so good they have to play it twice!
1. Streams of Whisky 2. Donegal Express 3. If I Should Fall From Grace With God 4. Nancy Whiskey 5. Gentleman Soldier 6. Greenland Whale Fisheries 7. Pair of Brown Eyes 8. Bring Down The Land 9. Cracklin' Rosie 10. Body Of An American 11. Broad Majestic Shannon 12. Dark Streets 13. Hippy Hippy Shake 14. Sickbed Of Cuchulainn 15. The Irish Rover 16. Back In The County Hell 17. Hippy Hippy Shake 18. Sayonara 19. Bottle Of Smoke 20. Sally MacLennane
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