Pearse Plunkett: Balladsheet One
- Balladsheet One
- 1975 - Cuchulainn CCHS 1011 LP
- Side One
- The Molly Maguires
- Schooldays Over
- Come To The Bower
- Paddy On The Railway
- Fiddler's Green
- Come Out, Ye Black And Tans
- Side Two
- My Brother Sylveste
- Joe Hill
- Whiskey, You're The Devil
- The Wild Rover
- Whiskey In The Jar
- Hand Me Down My Bible
- Producer: Tony Johnston
- Engineers: Brian and Finin
- Eamon Andrews Studios, Dublin
- Photography & Sleeve Design Tony Johnston
"Come over and hear him," said his good friend, Johnny. "He has a voice that could stop a train".
So I went and listened … to sixteen bars … but Pearse Plunkett's voice STARTED A TRAIN!
A train of thought in my mind, which, in express time, produced this album.
Climb aboard, then. The signals are set.
Dubliner Pearse Plunkett is steaming to stardom.
- Pierce McAllorum's ballad singing career dates back to the mid 1970's, when he performed under the name, "Pearse Plunkett".
- Pierce was a member of The Dublin City Ramblers (approx. 2002-03), and recorded one album with the group — Ireland My Ireland.
- In addition, Pierce appears on the Jolly Beggarman's release, Dublin In My Tears.