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Holy Joes Coral Island Medicine Show combines murder ballads and death-ditties, love songs and eulogies, songs about drifters, grifters, hobos and killers; featuring a ramshackle cast. Including the likes of Skelly and Granddad, The Great Muriarty and Glaswegian singer Rianne Downey. A love letter to the tradition of the death disc and murder ballad, from Stack-o-Lee to Skeleton Key, and everything in between, The Coral returns to cement their legendary status in British music.

Holy Joes Coral Island Medicine Show combines murder ballads and death-ditties, love songs and eulogies, songs about drifters, grifters, hobos and killers; featuring a ramshackle cast. Including the likes of Skelly and Granddad, The Great Muriarty and Glaswegian singer Rianne Downey. A love letter to the tradition of the death disc and murder ballad, from Stack-o-Lee to Skeleton Key, and everything in between, The Coral returns to cement their legendary status in British music.

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Holy Joe's Coral Island Medicine Show [LP]
Artist: The Coral
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Holy Joe (Sounds From The Other Side)
2. The Sinner
3. Hotel
4. Holy Joe (Hitchhiker At The Highways Edge)
5. Leave This Town
6. The Road Is Calling
7. Holy Joe (Rita Is Having A Bad One)
8. Never Be In Love Like That Again
9. Drifters Prayer
10. Holy Joe (Bobby And Faith)
11. Long Drive To The City
12. Down By The Riverside
13. Holy Joe (The Graveyard Shift)
14. Baby Face Nelson
15. Holy Joe (A Wise Man Once Said)
16. The Coral Island Killer
17. Holy Joe (Let The Credits Roll)

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Holy Joes Coral Island Medicine Show combines murder ballads and death-ditties, love songs and eulogies, songs about drifters, grifters, hobos and killers; featuring a ramshackle cast. Including the likes of Skelly and Granddad, The Great Muriarty and Glaswegian singer Rianne Downey. A love letter to the tradition of the death disc and murder ballad, from Stack-o-Lee to Skeleton Key, and everything in between, The Coral returns to cement their legendary status in British music.

        
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