If music be the food of love, then this album is like a symphony at a buffet at a free love convention. Take your ears out for a lovely dinner with the all-ballad album that Hoolifans have been eagerly awaiting for years! Featuring all love songs all the time (mostly), this album shows off delicate guitar and piano, and touching vocal harmonies. Listen to it with someone you love! You'll need them for emotional support.
released August 22, 2015
The Hooligans are:
John Kelso: vocals, piano, ocarina, pennywhistles
John Wakefield: vocals, trombone, shaker, bodhran
Matthew Schleigh: acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals
Patrick Hughes: acoustic guitar, electric bass, synth, vocals
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To our wives, girlfriends, mistresses, and children(?!?!) for putting up with our recording schedule; to Kenny Miltenberger for playing that sax like he’s loving a dragon; to Donna “Young Donald” Korn for violins, viola, and sexual tension; to Christopher Hughes for adding bass to a band full of baritone; to Nicole Mullins for artwork, graphic design, and coming around to our idea of “romantic”; to Shannon Cooley for our erotic yet tasteful cover photo; and to Tim O’Kane for continuing to not sue us. Special thanks to every Proud Enabler who has ever bought us a round of drinks. You are the real heroes.
And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda, written by Eric Bogle, Published by Domino Pub Company of America
Caledonia, written by Douglas Menzies Maclean, Published by Limetree Arts and Music
Fields of Athenry, written by Pete St. John, Published by Mechanical Copyright Protection Society LTD
The Sea Softly Calls, written by John Kelso
Tailor of Aquitaine, written by Jack Harris, Published by Jack Harris Music
Wild Mountain Thyme, written by Francis McPeaker, Published by Chappell & Co.
All other songs traditional.
Album cover photo by Shannon Cooley.
CD design and layout by Nicole Mullins.
In Cider was recorded and produced by The Hooligans at Burning Owl Studios. Edited, mixed, and mastered by Patrick Hughes. © 2015 COPYRIGHT The Hooligans.