Meet Little Moose, Iron John Robin, and Lazy Jack. This CD is a sure-fire road trip favorite for the whole family.
The Uglified Ducky
'Willy Claflin delights, engages, and entertains audiences of all ages. Across all demographics, Willy has convinced people that storytelling is great, good fun.' - Karen Morgan, Director of The Texas Storytelling Festival.
The Wolf Under the Bed
Irresistible music and comedy. Make the unforgettable 'So What' & 'Drop Dead' your own. Good for young and old, good for the silly and the solemn.
Maynard Moose: Live From the National Storytelling Festival
This double CD contains 18 of Maynard Moose's classic Mother Moose Tales performed live at the Jonesboro festival, spanning the years 2001 to 2010—all collected together here in one ginormous glump.
Willy Claflin & Friends
Re-issue of Willy's early children's classics. Great gift choice for young fans. Includes family sing-along 'Fight with Your Food'.
Willy’s third CD from the National Storytelling Festival. More counter-culture comedy from Maine in the 70's. Revel in Maynard Moose’s The Mermoose of Muskadunk Lake. Also featured: More about Dad's Harvard football misadventures; more Moose fables (with morals); and Willy's tribute to the late great humorist Gamble Rogers - a finger picking fast talking tour de force.
The Mind Boggles: Willy Claflin Live From the National Storytelling Festival
This live double CD from Jonesborough takes listeners on a guided tour of Willy's mind: from the Intergalactic Storytelling Festival in Roswell, New Mexico, to the highlands of 16th century Scotland, with visits to John Henry, Woody Guthrie, Elvis and Beethoven along the way.
The George Washington Method for Blues Ukulele
The George Washington Method for Blues Ukulele: eclectic and wild, each story more surprising than the last. Includes a lovely tale about Willy's parents, Maynard's neoclassic—Pegamoose and the Gorgonzola Medusa, and the slowest song ever recorded—Nostalgia for the Vegetable State.
Calling For Thin Dime Joe
Willy plays and sings his songs of sidewalk vagabonds, ghost town denizens, moonrise and sunset and slot machine queens. Willy’s first CD of original music since Bones of Love (1987) features Brian Claflin on harmony vocals, Rick Higgs on electric guitar and Tom Car on bass.
Where Were You In '72
Join Claflin as he relives hilarious counterculture misadventures in backwoods Maine during the 1970's. You'll meet a goat afflicted with Random Hositility Syndrome, experience a truck drive through the farmhouse on Christmas morning, and hear the only full-blooded North American moose currently on the storytelling circuit.
Stones Along The Shore
Every song a Claflin original—lonesome love songs, the saga of Jesse James, hymns you'll cherish, and Willy's whimsical absurdity at its best. A fine sampler of Claflin's versatility as a singer-songwriter.
In Yonder's Wood
Willy and Brian Claflin with Tom Carr, Dan Kellar, and Dave Halberg. Our family’s favorite traditional tunes are mostly narrative ballads. The first half come from the British Isles—the second half from Appalachia and the American West—so we follow a chronological drift from the 16th century to the present, crossing the Atlantic with Pontchartrain and the capstan shanty General Taylor.
Bones Of Love
A Recommended Release in Billboard Magazine, Willy’s 1987 folk-rock classic!
The Little Moose Who Couldn't Get to Sleep
Illustrated by James Stimson Little Moose cannot get to sleep because her Moose Brain cannot stop thinking things: things like 'How come is there Something instead of Nothing?' and 'What would it be like to have a bed that was like a soft bathtub full of mashed potatoes?' For the answer to these and other questions, order your autographed copy today! You can even hear Maynard himself narrate the tale on the accompanying audio CD.
The Bully Goat Grim
Illustrated by James Stimson. Audio CD included inside book. In The Bully Goat Grim, baby troll wields grammar skills while confronting dubnoxious bully. Maynard's third book continues the Mother Moose tales series with engaging North American Moose dialect (Moose-English glossary included).
Rapunzel and the Seven Dwarfs
Illustrated by James Stimson. Audio CD included inside book. In Rapunzel and the Seven Dwarfs, a prince riding a snow white moose tries to rescue a long-haired maiden who has been poisoned by a witch. Maynard's second book continues to recount the classic Mother Moose tales in the engaging North American Moose dialect (a Moose-English glossary is included).
The Uglified Ducky
Illustrated by James Stimson. Audio CD included inside book. Maynard's first book recounts the classic Mother Moose tale of a hapless moose who becomes mistaken for a baby duck, and struggles to fit in until he ultimately discovers the heartwarming moral. The story is written in the delightful North American Moose dialect (a Moose-English glossary is included).