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Across The Broad Atlantic
Shane MacGowan and the Popes

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  • Across The Broad Atlantic
    • 2001 - Eagle Records EAGCD192 CD (Germany)
    • 2002 - Eagle Records WK57068 CD (USA)
  • Track List:
    1. If I Should Fall From Grace With God
    2. Rock & Roll Paddy
    3. Nancy Whiskey (Traditional, Arranged by Shane MacGowan )
    4. A Rainy Night In Soho
    5. Poor Paddy Works On The Railway (Traditional, Arranged by Shane MacGowan)
    6. The Broad Majestic Shannon
    7. Pope's Instrumental: My Ballyvourney Love/The Limpin' General/Bag Of Chips (Andy Ireland/Bob Dowling/Paul McGuinness/Shane MacGowan/Tom McManamon)
    8. Dirty Old Town (Ewan McColl)
    9. Mother Mo Chroi
    10. Body Of An American
    11. Granuaille (Traditional, Arranged by Shane MacGowan)
    12. More Pricks Than Kicks
    13. Aisling
    14. A Pair Of Brown Eyes
    15. Streams Of Whiskey
    16. Lonesome Highway
    17. Angel Of Death (Hank Williams)
    18. Sick Bed Of Cuchulainn
    19. The Irish Rover (Traditional, Arranged by Shane MacGowan)
    20. Fairytale Of New York (Jem Finer/Shane MacGowan)

  • The Popes
    • Shane MacGowan: Vocals
    • Andy Ireland: Drums
    • Bob Dowling: Bass
    • Geraldine Gallagher: Whistle, Uilleann Pipes
    • Mick O'Connell: Accordion
    • Paul McGuinness: Guitar
    • Tom McManamon: Banjo
  • Musicians
    • Sarge O'Hara: Piano (Track: 20)
    • Theresa MacGowan: Vocals (Track: 20)
  • Credits
    • Producer: Shane MacGowan
    • Executive Producer: Michael J. McDonagh
    • Mixed by Andy Reynolds
    • Photography: Lily Hatchett
    • Concert Sound: Sarge O'Hara
    • Engineer: Chris Cronin, Jim Van Bergen
    • Artwork by Brendan Foreman, Cürt Evans
    • Recording Supervisor: Andy Reynolds
    • All tracks written by Shane MacGowan, unless otherwise noted
    • Live on St Patrick's Day in New York & Dublin
      • Recorded on St Patrick's Day, 17 March 2001 at the Webster Hall, Manhattan, New York, NY
      • And at the Olympia Theatre, Dublin on St Patrick's Day Saturday, 19 May.
        • In 2001, St. Patrick's Day celebrations in Dublin were canceled for fear of spreading foot-and-mouth disease.
        • The holiday was later celebrated in May, 2001 — in case you were wondering …