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Sad to say, we've made the changes on The 100+ free downloads are no more. Sorry all. now requires that we focus on CD sales, but the cool thing is that you download each 16+ song album for as low as $3.99. Pretty cheap, eh?! But there are still at least four songs per album that you can download absolutely free. And most of them are our most popular songs too!

Also, at present, I've decided to leave my personal page completely open to free downloads, including my hit songs, "(Princess Bride) Buttercup's Lament", "Lanigan's Ball", "Froggy Went A-Courtin'" and "Happy Birthday From Ireland". I am still trying to record a new solo album, but with Kansas City Ren Faire going on, it's been slow going. I did lay the autoharp track for "Angel's Lament" this week. I'm hoping to do some mass recording right in a couple weeks when the faire ends. That's when Andrew and I will start planning on recording our next album as well.

Now, here's something I found really odd. Yesterday, Andrew and I were driving back from a gig, when Andrew makes the comment that I'm eccentric!? That struck me as very odd. I've never thought of myself as eccentric. Certainly, I learned long ago that only hurt me more to listen to other people's opinions, but does that make me eccentric? He quoted an example of how sometimes he and I are talking to someone and I wander away without telling anyone... I laughed.

I am now looking it up in the dictionary., "deviating from an established or usual pattern or sytle; deviating from conventional or accepted usage or conduct esp. in odd or whimsical ways." Hmm? Sounds a little like me. What do you think?

--posted by Marc Gunn of the Brobdingnagian Bards, Celtic Folk Music
  Friday, October 05, 2001


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