Toffee Apple (album)

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Toffee Apple
Studio album by Peter Combe
Released 1987
Genre Children's music
Label Holborne
Producer Peter Combe
Peter Combe chronology
Spaghetti Bolognaise
(1985)
Toffee Apple
(1987)
Newspaper Mama
(1988)

Toffee Apple is an album by the Australian children's musician Peter Combe. It features the popular songs Juicy Juicy Green Grass (A Sheep's Lament), Toffee Apple and Jack and the Beanstalk, alongside several other song which remain in Combe's current set list.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Juicy Juicy Green Grass (A Sheep's lament)"
  2. "Moon Moon"
  3. "The Silly Postman"
  4. "Cats"
  5. "Toffee Apple"
  6. "Red Balloon"
  7. "Standing on a Bus"
  8. "Little Caterpillar"
  9. "The Walking Song"
  10. "Green Green Green"
  11. "Baghdad"
  12. "Tadpole Blues"
  13. "I Have"
  14. "Dr McKew"
  15. "Jeffrey Hill"
  16. "Jack and the Beanstalk"
  17. "Why Don't We"
  18. "Sweet Dreams and Teddy Bears"
  19. "Take a Bath"
  20. "That's The Way I Like It"
  21. "Lullaby (for Tom)"

Credits[edit]

All songs composed, arranged and produced by Peter Combe.

Awards[edit]

In 1988, Toffee Apple was awarded the first ever ARIA Award for Best Children's Album.[citation needed] In March 1988, the album was certified Gold and went on to go Platinum in December 1989.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Peter Combe - Discography, http://www.petercombe.com.au/discography.html (Accessed 31 December 2009)