Origin Story of Brobbdingnagian Bards: We Made Lemonade #39

We’re gonna step back in time to see how our first CD, “Marked By Great Size” came to be. You’ll hear never-before-told-stories about the how we rolled with the punches and made lemonade…figuratively speaking. Plus, you’ll enjoy some music from our first official album as well as music from the atrocity that we tried to hide…

As Andrew requested, here’s the track listing for Marked By Great Size: None But A Harper (from The Last Unicorn), Satisfied, Lady Faery, Gypsy Rover, Swift Dining, A Begging I Will Go, DO VIRGINS TASTE BETTER?, (Tom Lehrer’s) Irish Ballad, Bella’s Highland Jig, O’er The Way, Liquid Sunshine, The Dragon’s Retort, Happily Ever After, A Prudent Thief, If I Had A Million Ducats, Pachelbel Canon in F – Variations.

The Brobdingnagian Bards’ self-titled preview CD features: Nonesuch, If I Had A Million Ducats, Satisfied, None But A Harper, The King’s Song, The Brobdingnagian Love Song, Ramblin’ Boy, Oe’r the Way, Gypsy Rover (Instrumental).

Music Played in this Show

“Swift Dining” (intro music)

“Ramblin’ Boy” from Brobdingnagian Bards

“O’re the Way” from Brobdingnagian Bards

“None But A Harper” from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales

“Do Virgins Taste Better” from Marked By Great Size

“Pachebel’s Canon in F – Variations” from Marked By Great Size

“Bella’s Highland Jig” from Marked By Great Size

“If I Had A Million Ducats” from Brobdingnagian Bards

Marc Gunn’s band, Kilted Kings, and Andrew McKee, The Irish Bard are both performing at the Louisiana Renaissance Festival this year. We are releasing our next albums together on February 2nd–GROUNDHOG DAY! You might even get to watch and comment along with Andrew on the day of the release. Either way, you can help us climb the charts by buying our CDs on February 2nd.

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