Busy Day (Avant Garde AVS 110) 1968
There are boring kids records and there are3 cool kids records. The Best ones are where you can’t even tell it’s a kids record, and I’d have to put the majority of Bill Comeeau’s Busy Day into that category. The familiar Avant Garde electric folk-with-rhythm style of the period works its way into thirteen original humor-infused songs with titles like ‘A Touch Of Lemon’, ‘Fish Wish’, ‘The Big G Stands For…’, ‘Bringing Freedom’, Jello Man’, ‘You’ve Got To Look Hard’ and ‘Hail To Thee’. At bare minimum you’ve absolutely got yo hear ‘Talking Pets’, a delightful hilarious animated song in Bob Dylan’s harmonica-backed talking-blues style. At the time of this recording Bill was the Minister To Youth at the First Congregational Church of Old Greenwich, Connecticut. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
Sorry I have not located this album yet.
|A4||A Touch Of Lemon||1:40|
|A5||Rainy Day Song||1:50|
|A6||The Big “G” Stands For….||1:50|
|B5||You’ve Got To Look Hard||2:05|
|B6||Hail To Thee||2:58|