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Love, Fish and Sausages

by Tim Cavanagh

A collection of musical hilarity that takes you on a delightful journey of topics including relationships, occupations, and, yes, sausages.
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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1. She Drove Me to Drinkin'
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2. Glad a Lot
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3. My Girlfriend Spontaneously Combusted
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4. Ratzenberger's
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5. Fish Cannery
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6. Bluegrass
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7. The Possum Song
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8. Twenty-Three Seven
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9. Sausage
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10. Half This Song (feat. Becky Kevoian)
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11. Fake I.D.
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12. Bobby's Chicken Shack
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13. Faith Hill
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14. Irish Lullaby
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15. I Text My Ex (feat. Becky Kevoian)
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16. Things I Do While I Drive
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17. Vehicle Man (feat. Jim Peterik)
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18. My Lullaby-Bye
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19. Christmas Wrap
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20. Worst Damn Birthday
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21. My Dog Don't Like Christmas
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Love, Fish and Sausages" is comedian Tim Cavanagh’s fourth comedy album. It is a collection of twenty original songs and vignettes, plus one parody song. The parody," Vehicle Man," is an update of the 1970 hit song "Vehicle" by The Ides of March. Jim Peterik, who wrote and sang lead on the original "Vehicle," sings the parody with Tim and puts in an amazing performance.

The album was recorded over a period of 18 months beginning in October of 2014. Four tracks were recorded, mixed and mastered in Indianapolis, IN at Static Shack Studios. Michael Clark was the Producer of the Indianapolis tracks. The Engineer on the Indianapolis tracks was Alan Johnson.

The other 17 tracks were recorded, mixed and mastered at World Stage International Studios in Burr Ridge, IL. Scott May was the Producer of these tracks and Larry Millas was the Engineer.

CREDITS

She Drove Me to Drinkin’
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Background Vocals: Sandy Caulfield, Michael Borch
Acoustic guitar, electric guitar, banjo, mandolin, dobro: Mitch Monroe
Hammond Organ, arrangement, orchestration: Scott May

Glad A Lot
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Hammond Organ, arrangement, orchestration: Scott May

My Girlfriend Spontaneously Combusted*
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Background Vocals: Becky Kevoian, Michael Clark, Mike Yates
Electric guitar: Michael Clark
Keyboards: Troye Kinnett
Bass: Steve Dokken
Drums: Chris Pyle

Ratzenberger’s
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Background vocals: Sandy Caulfield, Michael Borch
Voiceover: Karel King, Scott May
Hammond Organ, arrangement, orchestration: Scott May
Guitar: Mike Aquino
Bass: Bill Syniar
Drums: Kalyan Pathak

Fish Cannery
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Hammond Organ, arrangement, orchestration: Scott May
Guitar: Mike Aquino
Bass: Bill Syniar
Drums: Kalyan Pathak

Bluegrass*
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Background Vocals: Becky Kevoian, Michael Clark
Acoustic guitar, 5-string banjo: Michael Clark
Keyboards: Troye Kinnett
Bass: Steve Dokken


The Possum Song
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Hammond Organ, guitar, arrangement, orchestration: Scott May

Twenty-Three Seven
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Hammond Organ, arrangement, orchestration: Scott May
Lead guitar: Mike Aquino
Rhythm guitar: Tim Cavanagh
Bass: Bill Syniar
Drums: Kalyan Pathak

Sausage
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Voiceovers: Mike Toomey, Scott May, Chris Barclay, Karel King, Erin Toomey, Jillian Krickl
Hammond Organ, guitar, arrangement, orchestration: Scott May

Half This Song*
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh and Becky Kevoian
Voiceover: Dean Metcalf
Guitar: Michael Clark
Keyboards, synthesizer: Troye Kinnett
Bass: Steve Dokken
Drums: Chris Pyle

Fake I.D.
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Background vocals: Mike McCarron
Hammond Organ, arrangement, orchestration: Scott May
Guitar: Mike Aquino

Bobby’s Chicken Shack
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh, Karel King (as the Chicken)
Voiceovers: Tim Cavanagh, Gina Kappler
Hammond Organ, arrangement, orchestration: Scott May

Faith Hill
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Background Vocals: Jillian Krickl, Jessica Melger
Hammond Organ, guitar, arrangement, orchestration: Scott May

Irish Lullaby
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Acoustic guitar, mandolin: Michael Clark
Harp: Teddi Barclay
Tin whistle: Steve Eisen

I Text My Ex*
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh and Becky Kevoian
Guitar: Michael Clark
Keyboards: Troye Kinnett
Bass: Steve Dokken
Drums: Chris Pyle

Things I Do While I Drive
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Background Vocals: Sandy Caulfield, Michael Borch
Hammond Organ, guitar, arrangement, orchestration: Scott May

Vehicle Man
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh and Jim Peterik**
Voiceover: Tim Cavanagh, Erin Toomey
The Ides of March brass:
Steve Eisen: Saxophone
Dave Stahlberg: Trombone
Tim Bales: Trumpet
Electric guitar: Mike Aquino
Lead guitar: Scott May
Bass: Bill Syniar
Drums: Kalyan Pathak

My Lullaby-Bye
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Voiceovers: Chris Barclay, Mike Toomey
Guitar: Tim Cavanagh

Christmas Wrap
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Voiceover: Scott May
Hammond Organ, guitar, arrangement, orchestration: Scott May

Worst Damn Birthday
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Flute: Steve Eisen
Bass: Larry Millas
Hammond Organ, guitar, arrangement, orchestration: Scott May

My Dog Don’t Like Christmas
Vocals: Tim Cavanagh
Hammond Organ, guitar, arrangement, orchestration: Scott May


*Produced by Michael Clark
Engineered and Mixed by Alan Johnson
at Static Shack Studios, Indianapolis, IN.

All other songs:
Produced by Scott May
Engineered, mixed, and mastered by Larry Millas
at World Stage International Studios, Burr Ridge, IL.


All songs (except Vehicle Man) written by Tim Cavanagh
Copyright 2016 Tim Cavanagh
Publisher: Tim Cavanagh Music (BMI)

Vehicle Man written by Jim Peterik
Parody lyrics written by Tim Cavanagh
Music: Copyright 2016 Jim Peterik; Parody lyrics: Copyright 2016 Tim Cavanagh
Publisher: Kohaw Music obo Bald Medusa Music (ASCAP)

**Jim Peterik is one of the founders of the band, The Ides of March. He wrote and sang the lead vocal on their hit song Vehicle back in 1970. A HUGE thank you to Jim for doing this song with me!!!

ART DIRECTION AND DESIGN
Mark Alano

COVER PHOTO (of Tim Cavanagh)
M.J. Kucinski

COVER CONCEPT
Tim Cavanagh, Chris Barclay & M.J. Kucinski

“GUITAR” PHOTO
Jeremy Yam at Jamsta Photography

©℗2016 Tim Cavanagh (except “Vehicle Man”)
All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws.

Hits & Giggles Records, LLC






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Demented Music Database

maybe funnier outside of Ohio :)
I listen to a lot of comedy material, to the extent that I rarely actually laugh out loud anymore. I can enjoy something and acknowledge that it's good/funny, even if I don't actually laugh at it. But Tim's new CD got a good sized laugh out of me on nearly every track! The few that didn't I blame on the fact that I was trying to navigate detours on my way to a concert in Cincinnati, and ended up crossing the border into Ohio 4 times before I finally got there! So I was a bit distracted.
The new CD is classic Cavanagh - the same kind of word play and absurdities that have defined his act since the beginning. It amazes me when comedians and songwriters are able to come up with new topics to write about, or new angles on topics that have been covered before.
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Paul

Mirth, Jocularity and Catchy Tunes
Tim Cavanagh eschews the Oxford comma in the title of his latest release, “Love, Fish and Sausages.”
But he eschews nothing else in giving you, the public, a comedy album filled with mirth and jocularity. The vehicle Tim uses to drive his audience insane with laughter are his own unique brand of storytelling, which he engulfs in catchy melodies that make you want to sing along.
Tim’s tunes on “Love, Fish and Sausages” would elicit a wide range of emotions from listeners were it not for the fact that they are laughing through such things as the joy of finding out that a man can indeed find love again after “My Girlfriend Spontaneously Combusted,” the frustration of getting headphones as a gift in “Worst Damn Birthday,” and the near-total dedication a man can have for his woman when he loves her “Twenty-Three Seven.”
And along the way, we learn just a little bit more about Tim than we really wanted to know. But, in a way, we end up feeling better about ourselves. So, that’s a good thing, don’t you think?
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