Peace and Love is the fourth studio album by The Pogues, released in July 1989. Peace and Love continued the band's gradual departure from traditional Irish music. It noticeably opens with a heavily jazz-influenced track. Also, several of the songs are inspired by the city in which the Pogues were founded, London ("White City", "Misty Morning, Albert Bridge", "London You're a Lady"), as opposed to Ireland, from which they had usually drawn inspiration.
Peace and Love is the fourth studio album by The Pogues, released in July 1989. The album carried a dedication to "the memory of the 95 people who died at Hillsborough Football Ground" The boxer on the cover has six fingers on his right hand. The boxer was Scottish Empire Games, later changed to the Commonwealth Games, bronze winner, Hugh Cameron
Shane MacGowan's potent appetite for alcohol was evident from the time the Pogues cut their first album, but by the time they got to work on Peace and Love in 1989, it was evident that he'd gone far past the point of enjoying a few pints (or many pints) and had sunk deep into drug and alcohol dependence
The Pogues line-up: Spider Stacy, Terry Woods, Andrew Ranken, Shane MacGowan, Darryl Hunt, Philip Chevron, James Fearnley, Jem Finer. Dedicated to the memory of the 95 people who died at Hillsborough Football Ground.
Peace and Love Tracklist. 20. Honky Tonk Women Lyrics. About Peace and Love. Peace and Love Q&A.
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Peace and Love is a 1989 album by The Pogues, their fourth full-length studio production. The album continued the band's gradual departure from traditional Irish music. Train of Love" (Finer) – 3:08. Everyman Is a King" (Woods, Kavana) – 3:54. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah" (MacGowan) – 3:19.
|A3||Young Ned Of The Hill||2:45|
|A4||Misty Morning, Albert Bridge||3:01|
|A7||Down All The Days||3:45|
|B6||Night Train To Lorca||3:26|
|B7||London You're A Lady||2:56|
- Percussion – Gaspar Lawal (tracks: A8, B5)
- Performer – Andrew Ranken, Darryl Hunt, James Fearnley, Jem Finer, Shane MacGowan, Spider Stacy, Terry Woods
- Saxophone – Brian Clarke, Joey Cashman, Rick Trevan (tracks: A1)
- Trombone – Paul Taylor
- Trumpet – Eli Thompson
- Vocals – Kirsty McColl* (tracks: B2), Phil Chevron*
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