Bert & I & Other Stories From Down East

The concept of "Bert and I" began with Robert Bryan and Marshall Dodge back in 1958. The two Yale graduates shared a love of the stories and anecdotes rooted in Maine and New England folklore. They made the stories their own, and in doing so captured the essence of the Maine mystique through humor. If you already know Maine, you will appreciate it even more after listening to a "Bert and I" recording. If you don't know Maine, the "Bert and I" records are a great place to start! Tracks Include: Bert and I, Kenneth Fowler Goes Hunting, Camden Pierce Goes To New York, The Sassage, The Lighter-Than-Air Balloon, Which Way to East Vassalboro?, Which Way To Millinocket?, The Long Hill, The Liar, Mad Dog, Down East Socialism, Down East Religion, Albert's Moose, Virgil Bliss, Chester Coombs's First-born, Arnold Bunker Testifies, The Body In The Kelp, The Long Fezzle, Harry Whitfield's Trip. Released 1961 on their own label, Bert & I Records (#1 LP), this record only came out in Mono, and has never appeared on CD. Available in Mint or near Mint!