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The Ballymena Cowboy

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Released  1970
Genre  Comedy
Label  Emerald Music
Artist  James Young
Recorded  1970
Length  33:28
Producer  Peter Lloyd
Release date  1970
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Similar  James Young Sings Uls, The Very Best of James Yo, Behind the Barricades

The Ballymena Cowboy is the seventh comedy album released by Northern Irish comedian and actor James Young.

Contents

The album cover features a picture taken by Stanley Matchett. The cover features a photograph of Young holding a lasso and dressed as a cowboy. Beside him a woman is dressed as an Indian and holds a tomahawk. The back cover features a picture of Young taken in 1969 on a visit to Canada along with a silhouette of a scene from the Old West . In the picture Young is seen sitting on a wagon with Sam, The Record Man.

Side 1

  1. The Ballymena Cowboy - 3:52
  2. A Hairy Tale: 2:42
  3. There's a Lounge Bar in The Town - 2:26
  4. On Derry's Walls - 3:08
  5. Stormont Pudding - 2:09
  6. Bingo Crazy - 3:01

Side 2

  1. Boom - 1:49
  2. I'm A Private Detective - 1:46
  3. The Cherryvalley Debutramp - 2:50
  4. U.L.S.T.E.R. - 2:09
  5. Sixty Years From Now - 2:14
  6. A Party Political Broadcast - 4:52

Re-Release

Emerald Music re-released the album in 2001. The album was made available separately or in a boxset with The Very Best of James Young.

Re-Release Order

The re-release features the same tracks as the original release but in a different order. The re-release features tracks in the following order:

  1. The Ballymena Cowboy
  2. Boom
  3. There's a Lounge Bar In The Town
  4. On Derry's Walls
  5. Stormont Pudding
  6. Bingo Crazy
  7. A Hairy Tale
  8. I'm A Private Detective
  9. The Cherryvalley Debutramp
  10. U.L.S.T.E.R.
  11. Sixty Years From Now
  12. Party Political Broadcast

References

The Ballymena Cowboy Wikipedia


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