Dirty Old Town Print
This is an officially licensed print. Full permission has been granted from Sony Music.
Celebrate your hometown as wall art with a bold, graphic interpretation of Ewan MacColl’s classic Dirty Old Town.
Ewan MacColl originally wrote Dirty Old Town in 1949, inspired by the rough living conditions he witnessed in Salford at the time. Since then, many people have covered it, including The Dubliners and The Pogues, and even Rod Stewart (before he discovered leopard print pants). The print, created and signed by Alejandro De Luna, reproduces the original lyrics as sung by Ewan MacColl with Peggy Seeger.
Lyrics Read: I found my love by the gasworks croft / Dreamed a dream by the old canal / Kissed my girl by the factory wall / Dirty Old Town, Dirty Old Town
Available in A2 or A1. Please note this item is unframed.
Postage and Packaging included. Please allow 15 working days for delivery
Alejandro De Luna (The Sense of Doubt) is kindly donating 35% of the sale price of this print to Forever Manchester.
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