Steven Hawson | Shamus and Steve's Crazy Celtic Journey to Glasgow, Vol. 1

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Shamus and Steve's Crazy Celtic Journey to Glasgow, Vol. 1

by Steven Hawson

Steven Hawson stars in this whacky, "Monty Pythonesque" comedy album about twin brothers Shamus (banjo) and Steve (accordion) and their ill-fated road trip. A hilarious story with 25 off-beat characters and comic settings of popular Celtic melodies.
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1. Top O' Da Morning
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2. Here We Go, Amigo
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3. Only One Room Left
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4. The All-You-Can-Eat Celtic Buffet Sketch
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5. The Boyisshecrankie Sketch
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6. Hold the Mayo
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7. Rockabye Steve
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Album Notes
If they were alive today they might have said...

"A brilliant tale full of marshmallow surprises." - Peter Sellers

"The best Celtic Comedy to come out of Albuquerque in years!" - Benny Hill

"I haven't laughed this much since the first time I saw John and Michael perform the Parrot Sketch." - Graham Chapman

"The incidental music is marginally acceptable." - Flanders and Swann

"Bloody awful if you ask me...fell asleep after five minutes." - Spike Milligan

"Hann hefur verið eftirsóttur og afkastamikill útsetjari og píanóleikari um langt árabil og hefur spilað með öllum helstu hljómlistarmönnum landsins síðan snemma á sjötta áratug aldarinnar." – Erik the Red

夏尔•波德莱尔,法国最伟大诗人之一,象征派诗歌先驱,现代派的奠基人。波德莱尔认为,美不应该受到束缚,善并不等于美,美同样存在于恶与丑之中 - Mao Tse Tung

برپایهٔ گزارش طبری، در حومهٔ اصطخرِ پارس زاده شد؛ طبری می‎افزاید اردشیر در هفت‌سالگی به نزد فرماندهٔ دژ دارابگرد فرستاد شد؛ پس از مرگ فرمانده، اردشیر بر جای وی نشست و ارگبد دژ دارابگرد شد. طبری در ادامه آوردهاست که سپس بابک، شاه محلی پارس که گوچهر نام داشت را سرنگون ساخت و پسرش شاپور را
- Ayatola Homeni

Steven Hawson has been described as the "Weird Al Yankovic" of Celtic music. Now, with Shamus and Steve's Crazy Celtic Journey to Glasgow, the Albuquerque-based musical gagman has taken his deft (and daft) talents where no Celtic laddie has gone before! A multi-faceted musician and gifted voice actor, Hawson breaks new creative ground in this two-volume comic misadventure with an array of off-beat characters, "Monty Pythonesque" sketches, unorthodox settings of Irish and Scottish melodies, and an intricate story line replete with egg-headed non-sequiturs and side-splitting banter. Destined to become an instant classic, Shamus and Steve's Crazy Celtic Journey to Glasgow is a must have for everyone who enjoys the Celtic genre...and a good clean laugh.
All voice characterizations by Steven Hawson except Jenny Gallagher (track 6) voiced by July McClure. Most melodies are trad. All music arranged and performed by Steven Hawson except: Black Whistle Singers from Crow Nation Montana (used with permission); background Harry Lauder and Kenneth McKellar songs (used without Harry or Ken's permission); Bulent Ersoy (Turkish background music); unknown military band (Garry Owen); unknown Vietnamese dan tranh; French monks singing Gregorian chants; unknown piper Amazing grace; unknown Rajasthani background music; When Irish Eyes are Smiling sung by Dick Haymes in 1944 movie of the same title; live music in bar by John and July McClure recorded in 1996 at a New Year’s party; Pondering Jig written by Enda Scahill (used by permission amid threats) arranged and performed by Steven Hawson. Special thanks to Casio Electronics for making the incidental music sound so good (or bad). No Celts were hurt during the making of these recordings, but several became outraged. Yes, there really is a Glasgow Montana. No, that’s not a real Viking language. Up Galatia!
Shamus And Steve's Crazy Celtic Journey to Glasgow Vol 1 -- Written, produced, and performed by Steven Hawson. Cover art by Bryan Gyger. A Ceol Gan Achar Production, 2013. All rights reserved. Please remember to 'like' the Shamus and Steve Facebook Page for updates and discussions.



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