A Crazy, Crazy Neet At t'Blues

by The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican

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about

This BS/VD live album is the second part of our adventurous, but classic, double-album set, which was recorded at the Blues Bar in Harrogate (where we recorded A Neet Art Of Tarn)!

In a tip-of-the-hat to one our favourite albums by the mighty Queen (and also KISS), 'A Crazy, Crazy Neet At t'Blues' features a whole new batch of live Dooni-tracks, including some tracks yet to be recorded in the studio for the forthcoming 'Sat'day Neet Fever' and some so fresh the whole band had never heard them!

We played the set in full KISS make-up in front of a manic crowd of crazed Doonifans and the 160 min set, which had to be halved to fit it onto a CD, featured acoustic crowd surfing, collaborations with former-Housemartins and Pocketful O'Nowt, Elvis costumes, a really drunken guy (who may have had Tourettes), and much more! As a result, this is a rare Doonican album as it also allows the listener to get the impression that they are getting drunker as the set goes on!

Recorded live 29th July 2012
At The Blues Café Bar, Harrogate

A huge thanks to Amanda, Kay and Hannah, Mike, Hugh, Harv and Toni from Pocketful O' Nowt, Dave Townsend, Sara-Jane Robertson and the rest of the Harrogate Doonifan Army, Simon and Sharon Colgan, THAT drunken guy, the people who didn't drop Scott or Andy during the crowd-surf to the bar and back, Simon Porter and Dave Harrison, and anyone who came to the show that night!

credits

released August 2, 2012

Scott Doonican - Vocals, geetar, ukulele
Andy Doonican - Geetar, ukulele, banjo, bouzouki
Alan Doonican - Accordion, vocals, Elvis costume, tambourine

with
Pocketful O' Nowt:
Hugh Whittaker - Bass harmony vocals on Campervan Of Love and drums on tracks 17 and 18
Mike O'Brien - Vocals
Toni Lane - Geetar on tracks 17 and 18

and
Dave Townsend - Vocals and Elvis costume on tracks 16, 17 and 18
THAT drunken guy - Bisto Can percussion on track 16
The Doonifan Army of Harrogate - vocals on It Must Be Love

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The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican UK

Hailing from Barnsley Rock City in't north, The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican are determined to follow in their father's immortal footsteps. They naturally began to perform other famous people’s songs complete with lyrics about life in't North and to complete their squeaky-clean image, they became instantly recognisable for their immaculate hair and their stylish dress-sense.
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Track Name: Bar-Steward Bop
Written by Scott Doonican
Track Name: Shirley
Written by Richard Digance
Track Name: It Must Be Love (feat. The Doonifan Army of Harrogate)
Written by Labbi Siffre
Track Name: Sing
Written by Scott Doonican
Track Name: No Fillin' In Me Pie
Written by Danny Doonican
Track Name: The Curious Tale Of Danny Rabbit
Written by Scott Doonican
Track Name: Viva Skeg-Vegas
Written by Andy Doonican
Track Name: The Fight For The Tea Rooms
Written by Scott Doonican and Amanda White
Track Name: Eaten Alive
Written by Scott Doonican and Amanda White
Track Name: Portaloo
Written by Scott Doonican and Amanda White
Track Name: Ace Of Spades
Written by Ian Kilmister
Track Name: Jump Ararnd
Written by Scott Doonican
Track Name: B.I.S.T.O.
Written by Scott Doonican, Amanda White and Kay Fitzpatrick
Track Name: You Are Michael Jackson's Doctor (with Pocketful O' Nowt)
Written by Mike O'Brien