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The Creamcheeze Good~time Band - Perth County Green album flac Performer: The Creamcheeze Good~time Band
Title: Perth County Green
Released: 1971
MP3 album: 1968 mb
FLAC album: 1385 mb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: MP3 TTA MPC DMF ASF AIFF WAV
Genre: Folk and Country

Their first hit was 1971's "Uncle Jed" from their Terry Regan produced 'Perth County Green' LP. Their second hit was 1973's "Living Without You" from the album 'Home Cookin' produced by Gary Buck and contained a number of cover tunes including The Rolling Stones' "Ruby Tuesday", Cat Stevens' "Wild World", Gordon Lightfoot's "Redwood Hill", and "Fleetwood Plain" written by Greg Quill, long-time columnist for The Toronto Star. The latter song was the second song off the album.

Their first hit was 1971's "Uncle Jed" from their Terry Regan produced 'Perth County Green' LP.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Perth County Green
Songwriter – Billy Kell
3:37
2 Louisiana Man
Songwriter – Doug Kershaw
3:09
3 Cherie's Wedding Song
Songwriter – Billy Kell
3:27
4 Bill Cheatam
Arranged By – Barb Payne
1:02
5 The Child And The Crow
Songwriter – Billy Kell
2:04
6a The Elf And The Doormouse
Songwriter – Oliver Herford
6b Little Chicky
Arranged By – Pat KellSongwriter – Traditional
2:14
1 Pretty One
Songwriter – Billy Kell
2:15
2 Uncle Jed
Songwriter – Billy Batson
3:31
3 Dynamite But Annie Wouldn't
Songwriter – Billy Kell
2:35
4 Patti-Cake Blue
Songwriter – Billy Kell
2:42
5 Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies
Songwriter – Wayne Raney
1:28
6 Milverton
Songwriter – Billy Kell
2:09

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – RCA Studios, Toronto

Credits

  • Artwork By – Helen Baboi
  • Engineer – George Semkiew*
  • Photography By – Kurt Ohihoff
  • Producer – Terry Regan

Notes

The Creamcheeze Good-Time Band consists of basically five people … Bill Kell, 20, on 12-String guitar, electric guitar, and vocals; Dave Harwood, 17, Bass Guitar; Pat Kell 17, plays mandolin, tambourine, kazoo, whizzer, washboard, sings some, and recites poetry; Barb Payne 15,, Plays The Perth County Fiddle, maracas , washboard, recorder, and adds to the singing; and James "Jimi" Kell, 11, is the man on the drum and the spoons.

Besides the five you see on-stage, there are mothers and fathers who give encouragement and places to rehearse. And, of course, there is Uncle Dave Grenfell, their sound man.

Home is the farm near Gadshill in Perth County, Ontario. To the east and west of the farm, stretches the Ellice Swamp;
Nine miles to the north is Milverton, and eight miles south is Stratford, post-mortal home of Will Shakespeare. Surrounding them on all sides is the natural loveliness of Perth County Green, the now-famous grass of the county, and source of inspiration for this record.

You'll like what you hear on "Perth County Green". It's relaxed; there's no big message, just music and poetry.
Good Time music and poetry.
Special Thanks
Terry, George, and Hayward
and Dave Grenfell Producer.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etch): LPS-21022A GT
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etch): LPS-21022A GT