Scullion (album)

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Scullion
Album Scullion cover.jpg
Original cover painting by Pat Musick and designed by himself and Syd Bluett.
Studio album by Scullion
Released 1979 (1979)
Recorded Windmill Studios, Dublin
Keystone Studios, Dublin
Genre Folk
Length 40:05
Language English
Label Mulligan
Producer P.J. Curtis
Scullion chronology
Scullion
(1979)
Balance and Control
(1980)
Singles from Scullion
  1. "Peelo"
    Released: 1979
  2. "The Cat She Went A Hunting"
    Released: 1979
  3. "The Fruitsmelling Shop"
    Released: 1979

Scullion is the first studio album by Irish band Scullion. It was released in 1979 by Mulligan Music and produced by P.J. Curtis.

Track listing[edit]

Side one
No. Title Lyrics Music Lead vocals Length
1. "The Cat She Went A Hunting" Sonny Condell Condell Condell 3:27
2. "Educo" Philip King King King 2:34
3. "The Fruit Smelling Shop" (lyrics excerpted by Sonny Condell from the 10th episode, "The Wandering Rocks", of the James Joyce's Ulysses novel) Condell Condell Condell 3:02
4. "Flight of the Pretenders"   Greg Boland Instrumental 2:17
5. "I Am Stretched On Your Grave" (lyrics translated by Frank O'Connor from the 18th century Irish poem "Ta Me Sinte ar do Thuama") Frank O'Connor King King 5:02
6. "John The Baptist" John Martyn Martyn King 3:24
Total length: 19:46
Side two
No. Title Lyrics Music Lead vocals Length
7. "Living Blind" Condell Condell Condell 2:51
8. "Domes" Gabriel Rosenstock King King 3:05
9. "The Kilkenny Miners" Condell Condell Condell 3:43
10. "Word About Colour" / "Fonn Mail" (recorded and mixed at Keystones Studios, Dublin) Julie Driscoll / n/a Driscoll / Peter Browne King / n/a 1:55 / 1:55
11. "Peelo" Condell Condell Condell 3:14
12. "Cold River" Condell Condell Condell 3:36
Total length: 20:19

Personnel[edit]

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalog
Ireland 1979 Mulligan Music stereo LP LUN 037