|A||The Days Of Pearly Spencer
Engineer – Gregg Jackman, Ren Swan, Steve Fitzmaurice, Tim WeidnerMixed By – Brian MaloufProducer – Trevor HornProgrammed By – Eric Caudieux, Trevor HornProgrammed By [Assisted] – Justin Vickerman, Richard Lowe
Backing Vocals – Elaine VassellProducer, Mixed By – John Coxon
|YZ638, 9031-76177-7||Marc Almond||The Days Of Pearly Spencer (7", Single)||WEA, WEA||YZ638, 9031-76177-7||UK||1992|
|YZ638CD, 9031-76179-2||Marc Almond||The Days Of Pearly Spencer (CD, Single)||WEA, Some Bizzare||YZ638CD, 9031-76179-2||UK & Europe||1992|
|YZ638CDX, 9031-76994-2||Marc Almond||The Days Of Pearly Spencer (CD, Single, Ltd, Num, Hol)||WEA, WEA||YZ638CDX, 9031-76994-2||UK||1992|
|YZ638T, 9031-76178-0||Marc Almond||The Days Of Pearly Spencer (12")||WEA, WEA, Some Bizzare, Some Bizzare||YZ638T, 9031-76178-0||Europe||1992|
|WMC5-552||Marc Almond||The Days Of Pearly Spencer (10 Tracks) (CD)||WEA||WMC5-552||Japan||1992|
Days of Pearly Spencer" (or in later releases "The Days of Pearly Spencer") is a 1967 song written and originally performed by Northern Irish singer-songwriter David McWilliams, and included on his second album David McWilliams. Although it charted in several countries in continental Europe and in Australia, the original version was not a chart success in either the United Kingdom or Ireland.
Tenement Symphony (subtitled Kies und Glanz, Grit and Glitter, Grès et Paillettes) is the seventh studio album by English singer-songwriter Marc Almond. It was released in October 1991 and reached number 39 on the UK Albums Chart. Tenement Symphony includes three UK Top 40 hit singles; "Jacky", "My Hand Over My Heart" and "The Days of Pearly Spencer" (which would become Almond's last UK Top 10 hit to date).
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Produced partly by Trevor Horn, the album yielded three Top 40 hits including renditions of the Jacques Brel classic "Jacky" (which made the UK Top 20), and "The Days of Pearly Spencer" which returned Almond to the UK Top 5 in 1992. Later that year, Almond played a lavish one-off show at the Royal Albert Hall in London, which featured an orchestra and dancers as he performed material from his entire career.
The Days of Pearly Spencer. This song is by Marc Almond and appear. n the album Tenement Symphony (1991). on the EP The Days Of Pearly Spencer (1992). on the album Little Rough Rhinestones Volume 1 (2002). This song is a cover of "The Days of Pearly Spencer" by David McWilliams. A tenement, a dirty streetWalked and worn by shoeless feetInside it's long and so completeWatched by a shivering sun.
Pearly where's your milk white skin What's that stubble on your chin It's buried in the rot-gut gin You played and lost not won. You played a house that can't be beat Now look your head's bowed in defeat You walked too far along the street Where only rats can run. The days of Pearly Spencer Ahh Ahh The race is almost run The days of Pearly Spencer Ahh Ahh The race is almost run The race is almost run. A tenement, a dirty street Remember worn and shoeless feet Remember how you stood to beat The way your life had gone . Other Marc Almond song lyrics.