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Liverpool Packet
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Stan Kelly ‎– Liverpool Packet. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Liverpool Packet ‎(7", EP). Topic Records Ltd. TOP 27. UK. 1958.

Stan Kelly-Bootle was born Stanley Bootle in Liverpool, Lancashire, on 15 September 1929 and grew up in the Wavertree area of the city Education. Kelly-Bootle was schooled at the Liverpool Institute. He spent 1948–1950 doing his national service in the British Army, achieving the rank of Sgt. Instructor in RADAR. Liverpool Packet, Topic Records release TOP 27, 1958. Songs about Liverpool. Songs for Swinging Landlords To, Topic Records release TOP 60. Rent protest and anti-landlord songs of both varieties. Wrote and produced a sound and song depiction of Merseyside called Echoes of Merseyside (LPDE 101) for the Liverpool Echo newspaper. O Liverpool We Love You, Transatlantic Records XTRA 1076, released 1976. This album was a tribute to Liverpool . prepared with the team's cooperation.

Stan Kelly, Liverpool Packet, EP, TOP27, 1958. Dominic Behan, Irish Songs, 10" LP, 10T28, 1958. Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry, LP, 12T29, 1958. Alice Brenan, True Loves and False Lovers, EP, TOP109, never issued. Various Artists, Farewell Nancy: Sea Songs and Shanties, LP, 12T110, 1964.

com/watch?v mPh MLN7TKw Intro : {c: } Oh you are a mucky kid, You’re dirty as a dustbin lid. When he hears the things you did, You'll get a belt from your Dad.

Liverpool is Frankie Goes to Hollywood's second and final studio album, released in October 1986.

Stan Kelly-Bootle was schooled at the Liverpool Institute. He spent 1948-1950 as a conscript in the British Army, achieving the rank of Sgt. He then attended Downing College, Cambridge, graduating with a degree in Numerical Analysis and Automatic Computing in 1954. In 1950, Kelly-Bootle helped found the St Lawrence Folk Song Society at Cambridge University. As a folk song author and singer, he performed under the name "Stan Kelly". He wrote some of his own tunes and also wrote lyrics set to traditional tunes.

Shaw, Frank; Kelly-Bootle, Stan (1966), Spiegl, Fritz (e., How to Talk Proper in Liverpool (Lern Yerself Scouse), Liverpool: Scouse Press, ISBN 01367-01-X.


A1 Maggy May
A2 Lowlands Away
A3 Way Haul Away
B1 Sailor Cut Down In His Prime
B2 Andrew Rose
B3 Hullabaloo Belay

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TOP 27 Stan Kelly Liverpool Packet ‎(7", EP) Topic Records TOP 27 UK 1958