The Pogues   •   Peace and Love

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  • Peace and Love
    • 1989 - Island 7 91225-4 CD (USA)
  • Side One
    1. Gridlock (A. Ranken, J. Finer)
    2. White City (S. MacGowan)
    3. Young Ned Of The Hill (R. Kavana, T. Woods)
    4. Misty Morning, Albert Bridge (J. Finer)
    5. Cotton Fields (S. MacGowan)
    6. Blue Heaven (D. Hunt, P. Chevron)
    7. Down All The Days (S. MacGowan)
  • Side Two
    1. USA (S. MacGowan)
    2. Lorelei (P. Chevron)
    3. Gartloney Rats (T. Woods)
    4. Boat Train (S. MacGowan)
    5. Tombstone (J. Finer)
    6. Night Train To Lorca (J. Finer)
    7. London You're A Lady (S. MacGowan)

  • The Pogues
    • Shane MacGowan: Vocals
    • Jem Finer: Banjo
    • Spider Stacy: Tin Whistle
    • James Fearnley: Accordion
    • Andrew Ranken: Drums
    • Terry Woods: Cittern, Mandolin, Vocals
    • Philip Chevron: Guitar, Vocals
    • Darryl Hunt: Bass Guitar
  • Musicians
    • Eli Thompson: Trumpet
    • Brian Clarke: Alto Sax
    • Joey Cashman: Tenor Saxophone
    • Paul Taylor: Trombone
    • Rick Trevan: Tenor Saxophone (Track: 1)
    • Gasper Lawal: Percussion (Tracks: 6 & 12)
    • Kirsty MacColl: Vocals (Track: 9)
  • Credits
    • Produced by Steve Lillywhite
    • Engineered by Chris Dickie, Assisted by Nick Lacey
    • Recorded and mixed at RAK Studios, London
    • Additional recording at Ealing Studios, London
    • All tracks arranged by The Pogues
    • Strings & Brass arranged by Fiachra Trench (Track: 4)
    • Brass arranged by Paul Taylor (Tracks: 6 & 13)
    • Strings arranged by Peadar O'Riada (Track: 14)
    • Inner Sleeve Montage: Philip Hardaker
    • Pogues Portraits: Steve Pyke
    • Design: Ryan Art
  • Thanks, etc.
    • Charlie MacLennon, Joey Cashman, Paul Scully, Paul Verner. Dave Jordan, Charlie Malcolm and Sharon Blankson
    • Additional Thanks to: Trish Wegg and Kathy MacMillian
    • Management: Frank Murray at Hill 16
    • Brian & Eli appear courtesy of After Tonite
    • Kirsty appears courtesy of Virgin Records
    • Dedicated to the memory of the 95 people who died at Hillsborough Football Ground.