Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Brother Binky - My new poem about men (man).

What a man?

Always pay my money to the tax man.
Talk to me like I'm a hippy yeah man.
                                            Can you be an old man and a new man?
                                              Never drop a bomb like Harry Tru man.
Will you come and read my meter gas man?
                                           Like to go in straight lines like a Ro man.
Shopping gets delivered by a van man.
Glad to have it dropped off by a hu man.
Eat so much one day I'll be a fat man.
Dinner, dinner, dinner, dinner Batman.

Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Brother Biscuit-Banjo - The story of Cumberton

This is the earliest record we have of the origins of Cumberton.
It details how the first man found his way to the new land and what he found there.
The story lasts for about 25 minutes, so get comfortable, perhaps with a mug of soup with a sausage in it.

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Brother Biscuit-Banjo - "Fingers begins"

Like all the monks here at Cumberton, Brother Fingers was once a normal man.

The Deformed monk inside can come to the surface at any time, and for Brother Fingers it was the ice bucket challenge which changed his life forever.

This is the first song that he created after the change took place just over a year ago. Good work Brother Fingers, don't stop believing, hold on to that feeling.