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A beautiful mind seemingly bent on destroying itself. These are Shane MacGowan's best and worst moments; sometimes it is difficult to tell the difference between the two. "Shane Patrick Lysaght MacGowan (born 25 December 1957) is an English-born Irish singer, songwriter, and musician. He is best known as the lead singer and songwriter of Celtic punk band the Pogues. He was also a member of the Nipple Erectors and Shane MacGowan and the Popes, as well as producing his own solo material and working on collaborations with artists such as Kirsty MacColl, Joe Strummer, Nick Cave, Steve Earle, Sinéad O'Connor, and Ronnie Drew." More on Wikipedia: 🤍 Second Channel: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 Subreddit: 🤍
Shane McGowan & The Popes - Irish Rover (From "Live In Montreux 1995") Shane MacGowan first came to prominence as the frontman and principal songwriter of The Pogues performing 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! On the fourth of July eighteen hundred and six We set sail from the sweet cove of Cork We were sailing away with a cargo of bricks For the grand city hall in New York 'Twas a wonderful craft, she was rigged fore-and-aft And oh, how the wild winds drove her. She'd got several blasts, she'd twenty-seven masts And we called her the Irish Rover. We had one million bales of the best Sligo rags We had two million barrels of stones We had three million sides of old blind horses hides, We had four million barrels of bones. We had five million hogs, we had six million dogs, Seven million barrels of porter. We had eight million bails of old nanny goats' tails, In the hold of the Irish Rover. There was awl Mickey Coote who played hard on his flute When the ladies lined up for his set He was tootin' with skill for each sparkling quadrille Though the dancers were fluther'd and bet With his sparse witty talk he was cock of the walk As he rolled the dames under and over They all knew at a glance when he took up his stance And he sailed in the Irish Rover There was Barney McGee from the banks of the Lee, There was Hogan from County Tyrone There was Jimmy McGurk who was scarred stiff of work And a man from Westmeath called Malone There was Slugger O'Toole who was drunk as a rule And fighting Bill Tracey from Dover And your man Mick McCann from the banks of the Bann Was the skipper of the Irish Rover We had sailed seven years when the measles broke out And the ship lost it's way in a fog. And that whale of the crew was reduced down to two, Just meself and the captain's old dog. Then the ship struck a rock, oh Lord what a shock The bulkhead was turned right over Turned nine times around, and the poor dog was drowned I'm the last of the Irish Rover = Subscribe: 🤍 Official site: 🤍 = #ShaneMcGowan #IrishRover #LiveInMontreux
Shane MacGowan & Christy Moore accompanied by the Benzini Brothers perform the ballad ‘Spancil Hill’ . The song was composed by Michael Considine from Spancil Hill (also written ‘Spancilhill’) in County Clare, Ireland. Born circa 1850, he emigrated to the United States around 1870 with a plan to work and make enough money to bring over his sweetheart Mary McNamara, ‘Mack the Ranger’s daughter’ in the song, so that they could be married. In the ballad, the writer dreams he has travelled to his home place the night before the village’s famous horse fair which is held every year in June. Observing the people who have gathered for the fair which is to be held the following day, he also visits old neighbours and of course his true love Mary. At the time the song was written Michael Considine had made his way to California. By 1873 his health was failing, and in the realisation that he would never see Mary again sent the poem home to his nephew in County Clare. Gay Byrne's Late Late Show 1994
Shane MacGowan interview at the NME Awards 2010 with Adrian Hieatt. Shane lives up to his reputation when he stops to have a lively chat with Absolute Radio on the red carpet. Subscribe to our channel at 🤍 Listen to Absolute Radio at 🤍 Find us on Facebook 🤍 And follow us on Twitter 🤍
Kiefer Sutherland on meeting Shane Mac Gowan. Watch The Late Late Show live and on-demand from anywhere in the world at 🤍 The Late Late Show | Fridays | RTÉ One, 9:35pm Irish Time
From The Late Late Show - Tribute to The Dubliners March 1987 This is the first performance of their hit single - The Irish Rover which reached number 8 in the UK singles charts. It was Eamonn Campbell who came up with the idea to record a song with The Pogues for The Dubliners 25 Years Celebration album that he was producing at the time. It was Barney McKenna who thought of the song. One of the great collaborations.
The perfect summer song.
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
Official music video for “What A Wonderful World” by Nick Cave & Shane MacGowan. Download or Stream 🤍 Watch Bad Seed TeeVee 🤍 24 hour Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds videos, interviews, live performances and more. Video directed by Angela Conway, ‘What A Wonderful World’ was written by George Douglas and George Weiss and originally recorded by Louis Armstrong. The single was released in November 1992 and featured b-sides of the Pogues ‘Rainy Night In Soho’ sung by Nick Cave with Shane MacGowan performing ‘Lucy’ by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. Subscribe to Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds: 🤍 Listen to the new album ‘Ghosteen’ here: 🤍 Listen to The Best of Nick Cave & The Best on Spotify here: 🤍 Listen to Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Essentials on Apple Music here: 🤍 Visit the official Nick Cave merch store here: 🤍 Find Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds on… Official website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Spotify 🤍 Apple Music 🤍 Lyrics: I see trees of green, red roses too I watch them bloom for me and you And I think to myself: What a Wonderful World I see skies of blue, clouds of white The bright blessed day and the dark sacred night And I think to myself: What a Wonderful World The colours of the rainbow, so pretty in the sky Are also on the faces of the people passing by I see friends shaking hands, saying: "How do you do?" What they're really saying is: "I love you." I hear babies cry, I watch them grow They'll know much more than I'll ever know And I think to myself: What a Wonderful World Yes I think to myself: What a Wonderful World #NickCave #ShaneMacGowan #LouisArmstrong (C)1992 Mute Records, a BMG Company.
Shane McGowan accompanies Sharon Shannon on stage for her New Years Eve gig in Killarney on 31st December 2009. For more information on Sharon, go to: 🤍sharonshannon.com
Short clip taken from a bbc documentary (1997) about Shane Macgowan. Shane is filmed while drinking in a pub, when suddenly, he starts singing. The lady singing the same song as Shane, is Therese Macgowan, Shane's mother...
Official video for Fairytale Of New York by The Pogues featuring Kirsty MacColl Stream The Pogues greatest hits here ▶ 🤍 Subscribe here ▶ 🤍 Socials: Facebook | 🤍 Instagram | 🤍 Watch The Pogues other official music videos ▶ 🤍 Lyrics: It was Christmas Eve, babe In the drunk tank An old man said to me "Won't see another one" And then he sang a song 'The Rare Old Mountain Dew' I turned my face away And dreamed about you Got on a lucky one Came in eighteen-to-one I've got a feeling This year's for me and you So, Happy Christmas I love you, baby I can see a better time When all our dreams come true "They've got cars big as bars They've got rivers of gold But the wind goes right through you; It's no place for the old When you first took my hand On a cold Christmas Eve You promised me Broadway Was waiting for me "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 "You're a bum, you're a punk" "You're an old slut on junk Lying there almost dead On a drip in that bed" "You scumbag, you maggot You cheap lousy faggot Happy Christmas, your arse I pray God it's our last" The boys of the NYPD choir Still singing "Galway Bay" And the bells are ringing out For Christmas day "I could have been someone" "Well, so could anyone You took my dreams from me When I first found you" "I kept them with me, babe I put them with my own Can't make it all alone I've built my dreams around you" The boys of the NYPD choir Still singing "Galway Bay" And the bells are ringing out For Christmas day #ThePogues #FairytaleOfNewYork
Superstar singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen chats to Ryan about the making of his new album, the Irish musician he admires most, and gives his views on the upcoming US election. Watch The Late Late Show live and on-demand from anywhere in the world at 🤍 The Late Late Show | Fridays | RTÉ One, 9:35pm Irish Time
Felt this was sort of appropriate to post nowadays with what's been going on with Johnny Depp. Here's Shane talking about working in the movie the libertine with him (which sadly Shane's scene was later cut and is now lost media sort of) back in 2004! Short but again, never seen this before! Enjoy!
Shane McGowan - Interview The Danny Baker Show 13.10.94
Shane MacGowan of the Pogues interviewed by Frank Skinner in London, November 25th 2004. Recorded from Digital Cable receiver which was scart connected into a Panasonic DVD recorder, recording at SP. DVD archive number 2058. I started recording and trading in DVD only in 2002 and by late 2004, I had over 2000 DVDs. #Pogues #frankskinner #shanemacgowan
Christy and Shane (accoustic)
The Late Late Show 2007
Christy Moore & Shane McGowan of the pogues on Ireland's Late Late show with Gay Byrne. Performance of SPANCILL HILL....chilling.
DE HERFST De reis richting de Eifel duurt altijd langer dan het uur dat wij er voor uittrekken. Vanaf de snelweg moeten we minstens nog twintig minuten binnendoor. Na een bochtige afdaling arriveren we bij het hotel. Geen mobiel netwerk, geen pinautomaat, alleen de warme bariton van de baas. Boven de deur achter de bar nog altijd hetzelfde boomschors plankje met ingebrande letters; 'Drei Tage war der Vater krank, jetzt trinkt er wieder, Gott sei Dank'. De fris gespoelde glazen smeken om gevuld te worden. Voorzien van een gezellig wit papiertje om de voet worden ze in drie slagen volgetapt en leeggedronken. En dan komen de verhalen over die ene wandeling, toen we verdwaalden en pas vier uur later uitgehongerd en dodelijk vermoeid hier binnenvielen. Als wilde zwijnen verslonden we de rumpsteak met bearnaisesaus, na al die jaren nog steeds de onbetwiste favoriet op de kaart. De mist is opgetrokken als we de volgende dag bij het ontbijt besluiten dat we weer onder het allerlekkerste dekbed hebben geslapen. Op de terugweg rijden we achter een vrachtwagen van het Duitse transportbedrijf; 'Firma Herbst & Co'. De tekst onder het logo is geruststellend; 'Der Herbst kommt immer'. Meer blogs van Jack: 🤍 Rainy night in Soho: - I've been loving you a long time Down all the years, down all the days And I've cried for all your troubles Smiled at your funny little ways We watched our friends grow up together And we saw them as they fell Some of them fell into Heaven Some of them fell into Hell I took shelter from a shower And I stepped into your arms On a rainy night in Soho The wind was whistling all its charms I sang you all my sorrows You told me all your joys Whatever happened to that old song To all those little girls and boys Now the song is nearly over We may never find out what it means But there's a light I hold before me And you're the measure of my dreams The measure of my dreams Sometimes I wake up in the morning The gingerlady by my bed Covered in a cloak of silence I hear you in my head I'm not singing for the future I'm not dreaming of the past I'm not talking of the fist time I never think about the last Now the song is nearly over We may never find out what it means Still there's a light I hold before me You're the measure of my dreams The measure of my dreams
The Pretenders brought out Shane McGowan to sing I Got You Babe.