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|Studio album by Papa John Creach|
|Released||October 30, 1972|
|Recorded||1972 at Paramount Recording Studio, Hollywood|
|Genre||Rock, psychedelic rock, blues rock|
|Producer||Papa John Creach|
|Papa John Creach chronology|
Filthy! is Papa John Creach's second solo album and the first with his band Zulu. The guitarist of Zulu would later be known as Keb' Mo'. The band Hot Tuna also makes an appearance on the album on the track "Walking the Tou Tou", which was written by Jorma Kaukonen.
- "Filthy Funky" (Miles Grayson) – 5:19
- "No More Country Girls" (Grayson, Lermon Horton) – 3:42
- "Don't Tell It To No One" (Papa John Creach) – 2:20
- "Mother's Day" (Roger Spotts) – 3:16
- "Walking the Tou Tou" (Jorma Kaukonen) – 3:16
- "Everybody Wants My Good Thing" (Grayson, Horton) – 4:12
- "Far Out" (Spotts) – 3:19
- "Give Me an Hour in Your Garden (And I'll Show You How to Plant a Rose)" (Grayson, Horton) – 5:30
- "Time Out for Sex" (Spotts) – 2:59
- "Up in the Alley" (Creach) – 3:30
- Papa John Creach – electric violin, vocals
- Big Joe Turner – vocals on "Give Me an Hour in Your Garden"
- Harmonica Fats (pseudonym for Harvey Blackston; 1927–2000) – harmonica on "No More Country Girls"
Plays on all tracks except "Walking the Tou Tou"
- Carl Byrd – drums
- Kevin Moore – guitar
- Johnny Parker – keyboards
- Holden "Hoagy" Raphael – percussion, Jew's harp
- Sam Williams – bass
Plays on "Walking the Tou Tou"
- Blue Mitchell – trumpet
- Henry Coker, John Ewing – trombones
- Joe Lane Davis, Jerry Jumonville, Maurice Simon – tenor saxophones
- Papa John Creach – producer, arranger
- Miles Grayson – arranger
- Roger Hamilton Spotts – arranger
- Jamie Dee Howell – production assistance
- Chick Casady – wizard
- Kerry McNabb – recording engineer, mixdown engineer
- Recorded at Paramount Recording Studio
- Marshall Brevetz – studio supervisor
- Mastered at United Sound, Burbank
- Pat (Maurice) Ieraci – production coordinator
- Bruce Steinberg – photography, design
- Bill Thompson – manager, poetry
- Ruhlmann, William. "Filthy! - Papa John Creach | Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 3 August 2014.