Wee Tam & The Big Huge is the fourth album by The Incredible String Band, and the band's most ambitious album to date, conceived as a double LP. First released in Europe as both a double LP and separate single LPs in November 1968. In the U.S., Elektra released the two albums separately as Wee Tam and The Big Huge, on the same day. The set is considered by many fans to be, along with its predecessor The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter, their finest studio work. By the second half of 1968, The Incredible String Band saw their popularity and reputation growing on both sides of the Atlantic, and they began to sell out large concert venues like the Fillmore (East and West) and London's Royal Albert Hall. The album reflected an even wider variety of influences than the previous two releases and was packed to overflowing with classic songs from Mike Heron and Robin Williamson. Deluxe 2CD set for the price of a single album. The Fledg'ling deluxe 2CD digipack edition comes in a choice of two stunning front covers! Carefully remastered by original producer Joe Boyd and engineer John Wood with acclaimed mastering technician Simon Heyworth. The sets incorporate all elements of the original artwork and new sleevenotes from Mr. Boyd. Mike Heron (lead vocals, guitar, sitar, bass, organ, harpsichord, washboard, percussion, harmonica), Robin Williamson (lead vocals, guitar, bass, piano, drums, whistle, organ, violin, Irish harp, gimbri, sarangi, harpsichord, flute, kazoo, bass drum), Rose (violin, percussion), Licorice (Irish harp, percussion).