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Peter Combe Live at Jive
Studio album by Peter Combe
Released 2008
Genre Children's Music
Label Peter Combe Music
Producer Peter Combe

Live at Jive a DVD/CD combination of an overage show played by Peter Combe at JIVE in Adelaide, on April 6th, 2008. The album features most of Combe's most popular children's songs from the late 80s and early 90s, including Toffee Apple, Juicy Juicy Green Grass, Mr. Clicketty Cane, Spaghetti Bolognaise (sic) and several others.

The album was recorded as a testament to the fact that Combe can still play children's songs to an overage crowd and have a huge response. A quote on the back cover reads: "I'm so thrilled that Australian kids who grew up with my music and are now 20 something are coming along to music venues and singing the songs all over again." The album notably features Combe's son Tom Combe, and one of his daughters Emily Combe, as well as Phil Cunneen, who has been playing with Combe since his original popularity.

Track listing

  1. "Big Yellow Ball"
  2. "Syntax Error"
  3. "Jack & the Beanstalk"
  4. 'Saturday Night'
  5. 'Baghdad'
  6. 'Spangle Road'
  7. 'Down in the Bathroom'
  8. 'Hadrian's Wall'
  9. 'Exterminate'
  10. 'Lullaby (for Thom)'*
  11. 'Tadpole Blues'
  12. 'Jeffrey Hill'
  13. 'Chops & Sausages'
  14. 'Chopsticks'
  15. 'Rock & Roll is All You Need'
  16. 'The Walking Song'
  17. 'Rain'
  18. 'Nutrition Blues'
  19. 'Toffee Apple'
  20. 'Newspaper Mama'
  21. 'Spaghetti Bolognaise'
  22. 'Mr Clicketty Cane'
  23. 'Tell Me the Ti-i-ime Please'
  24. 'Juicy Juicy Green Grass'
  • Note that the spelling of Thom differs to the original release on the album Toffee Apple which didn't include the H (i.e. Tom)


All songs composed, arranged and produced by Peter Combe.



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