In a typically unimaginative move I'm posting a third instalment of some youtube footage of the Prisoners & related this afternoon. Absolutely essential stuff... For TC, Dougal & Nicola.
Here is the rare Prisoners version of "Pigeon Toed Orange Peel" (from the club scene in Clint Eastwood's 1968 movie "Cogan's Bluff". The audio (courtesy of long standing blog friend Dougal, can be found elsewhere on the blog)...
Next is the studio version of "Revenge of the Cybermen". No photo montage here, but I've included it as another movie tie -in. Remember in the original "Get Carter" ? The music in the dance hall scene sounds suspiciously like this...
Back to the presentnow with Graham Day & the Gaolers. This version of "Be On Your Way" was taped @ Le Cirk, Dublin, 8/5/10.
"I'm Alive" by the Prime Movers, featuring Day & Crockford (1989). Enjoy...
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For my kids, Dylan & Tommy. Bollocks to the ex Mrs!
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