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McGillicuddy Chronicles PT. 1
  • Artist: Big John McGillicuddy
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 737885533421
  • Item #: CDBY553342
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 11/20/2007
  • Rank: 1000000000
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McGillicuddy Chronicles PT. 1 on CD

Welcome to The McGillicuddy Chronicles, Part 1. These painstakingly crafted songs feature only the choicest spiritual, philosophical and worldly elements. They reflect a lifetime's accumulation of personal experience, rumor and wishful thinking. Big Jon has calculated the exact proportions of these ingredients for each track using charts and instruments the origins of which have been lost in the mists of antiquity. These formidable tools of the songwriter's trade retain levels of power and accuracy fatal to anyone foolish enough to handle them without proper knowledge and skill, not to mention nerves of steel. Only in the hands of a true master will they produce the stunning work available to you right here, right now at CD Baby. The result is your choice of eight different paths to enjoyment, edification, perhaps even self-realization: 1/ The raw, brutal immediacy of "Drinkin' Time," 2/ The deceptively bouncy but deeply subversive "Roses." 3/ The tear jerkin' trailer trashin' tragedy of "Medicine." 4/ The savage journey across space and time simply titled "Is That All?" 5/ "Big Jon's Camel Ride"-huh? 6/ The devastating dimensional despondency of "Bigger Dick." 7/ The gratuitous, sappy nostalgia of "Ol' Tom Cat." 8/ The sweeping and inspirational adventure of "The Meat on Peachtree Street." ------------------------------------------------------------ Public Service Note Please Practice This Phrase: "I'M DRIVING- LET ME CALL YOU BACK." Thank You.