Shane MacGowan And The Popes - The Snake album flac
Title: The Snake
Style: Folk Rock
MP3 album: 1365 mb
FLAC album: 1185 mb
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Genre: Rock / Folk and Country
The Crock of Gold was the second full-length album by Shane MacGowan and the Popes and was released in November 1997 on ZTT Records. The Crock of Gold followed The Snake, MacGowan's first solo album after the breakup of The Pogues, and was less critically acclaimed than its predecessor. The album is named for the novel by Irish writer James Stephens. To date, it is the last full studio album MacGowan has recorded.
Shane MacGowan, who made a name for himself as the bandleader of the Pogues until they got fed up with his asinine, self-destructive behavior and kicked him out of the group, returned with a new band (the Popes, get it?) and a bracing set of new songs that draw heavily on traditional Irish folk music while pinning your ears back with a. raucous, full-frontal rock sound. The album opens with a bang: "Church of the Holy Spook" is either an oblique expression of twisted religious faith or an all-out assault on the Roman church; it's impossible to tell which
The Snake (Shane MacGowan album). The Snake is the first solo album by Shane MacGowan with backing band The Popes. Released in 1994 by ZTT Records. Guests on the album include Johnny Depp, members of The Dubliners, Thin Lizzy and The Pogues.
Originally released in 1994, the album is a bracing set of songs that draw heavily on traditional Irish folk music while pinning your ears back with a raucous, full-frontal rock sound. Guests on the album include Johnny Depp, members of The Dubliners, Thin Lizzy, and The Pogues. Like a number of songs recorded by MacGowan's previous band, The Pogues, traditional tunes are sometimes used as a base for a new song. For example, the melody for "The Song With No Name" is based on "The Homes of Donegal". 180 gram audiophile vinyl.
Producer, Vocals – Shane MacGowan. Tenor Banjo – Barney McKenna, Tom MacAnimal. Tenor Saxophone – Rick Trevan. Trombone – Paul Taylor (3). Trumpet – Dick Cuthell. Uilleann Pipes – Tomás Lynch. Whistle – Colm O'Maonlaí, Spider Stacy. The Snake (CD, Album, Promo, Adv). Records, ZTT. 2-45821-A. Shane MacGowan And The Popes.
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Japanese-only pressing of this 1995 album from the former Pogues leader housed in a miniature LP sleeve and featuring one bonus track: 'A Man Called horse'.
The Snake is the first solo album by Shane MacGowan with backing band The Popes.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||The Church Of The Holy Spook||2:59|
Arranged By – Shane MacGowanMixed By – Dave JordanWritten-By – Traditional
|3||The Song With No Name||4:06|
Arranged By – Shane MacGowanWritten-By – Traditional
|7||That Woman Got Me Drinking||3:25|
|8||A Mexican Funeral In Paris||4:49|
|9||The Rising Of The Moon
Arranged By – Shane MacGowanWritten-By – Traditional
|10||The Snake With Eyes Of Garnet||3:43|
Mixed By – Steve MacMillanProducer – Trevor HornVocals – Sinead O'Connor*
|12||I'll Be Your Handbag||3:03|
|13||Her Father Didn't Like Me Anyway
Written-By – Gerry Rafferty
|15||Bring Down The Lamp||3:11|
- Glass Mastered At – Specialty Records Corporation
- Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Manufactured By – WEA Manufacturing
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ZTT Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – ZTT Records Ltd.
- 5-String Banjo – Jem Finer
- Alto Saxophone – Sarah Jane Tuff
- Bass, Vocals – Berni "The Undertaker" France*
- Drums, Percussion – Danny Pope
- Engineer – Chris Dickie, Darren Westbrook, Niall Flynn, Richard Rainy*, Steve Musters
- Fiddle, Whistle – John Sheahan
- Guitar [Megalead] – Brian Robertson
- Guitar, Noises [Weird Noises] – Johnny Depp
- Guitar, Vocals – Kieran "Mo" O'Hagan*, Paul McGuinness
- Harp [Irish] – Siobahn Sheahan
- Mixed By – Steve Brown (tracks: 1, 3 to 10, 12 to 15)
- Photography By – Andrew Catlin
- Producer – Dave Jordan
- Producer, Vocals – Shane MacGowan
- Tenor Banjo – Barney McKenna, Tom MacAnimal*
- Tenor Saxophone – Rick Trevan
- Trombone – Paul Taylor
- Trumpet – Dick Cuthell
- Uilleann Pipes – Tomás Lynch
- Whistle – Colm O'Maonlaí, Spider Stacy
- Written-By – Shane MacGowan (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 6 to 8, 10 to 12, 14, 15)
Notes© 1995 ZTT Records Ltd.
℗ 1994, 1995 ZTT Records Ltd.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 9362-45821-2 0
- Barcode (Scanned): 0093624582120
- Matrix / Runout: [Specialty 'S' logo] 1 45821-2 [email protected]@02 M1S1
|4509-98104-2||Shane MacGowan And The Popes||The Snake (CD, Album)||ZTT||4509-98104-2||Europe||1994|
|4509-98104-4||Shane MacGowan And The Popes||The Snake (Cass, Album)||ZTT||4509-98104-4||Europe||1994|
|2-45821-A||Shane MacGowan And The Popes||The Snake (CD, Album, Promo, Adv)||Warner Bros. Records, ZTT||2-45821-A||US||1995|
|9 45821-2, D 108878||Shane MacGowan And The Popes||The Snake (CD, Album, Club)||Warner Bros. Records, BMG Direct Marketing, Inc.||9 45821-2, D 108878||US||1995|
|MOVLP1709||Shane MacGowan And The Popes||The Snake (LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Gre)||Music On Vinyl, WEA||MOVLP1709||Europe||2016|