Van den Bergh, Bev Marie - Spin it Country

Format: LP
Label: Banff RBS-5412
Year: 1970
Origin: British Columbia - Bobcaygeon, Ontario
Genre: country
Value of Original Title: $50.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Ontario, 1970's, Banff Records, Canadian Places, Country & Western, Canadian Women in Song


Side 1

Track Name
Life is Like a Merry-Go-Round
Help Me Make it Through the Night
I'm Leavin' You
Joey Understands Me
You Know Who
A Little Bit of Love

Side 2

Track Name
There's a Little Town (Bobcaygeon)
For the Good TImes
Jessie's Tragedy
Coal Miner's Daughter
It Won't be Easy
Red Red Roses



Van den Bergh, Bev Marie - Spin it Country


Van den Bergh, Bev Marie - Spin it Country


Spin it Country


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Bev Marie Van Den Berghe began her singing career at an early age in her hometown of Bobcaygeon, Ontario. Along with her father, Robert Bradt, and brother Malcolm, Bev won many an award at various country fairs for her vocal efforts. T.V. and radio appearances followed, and accompanied by her brother, Bev staged a number of shows. For eight months, Bev Marie acquired much experience both as featured singer and as bass player for Bud Roberts and the Bordermen as she traveled the night club circuit about Ontario and Québec. Besides being a fine vocalist and bass guitar player, Bev is also experienced in piano, accordion and drums.

This, Bev's first L.P., contains three original songs, two of which were written solely by Bev and one with which she teamed up with a neighbour. "Moon Myth" and "No Not Me" are Bev's own compositions. "Is Loving Me A Habit (With You)" was a co-operative effort by Bev and Shirley Hele, Bev writing the music. The other songs on the album are standards by Tammy Wynette, Jeannie C. Riley, and other well-known artists.
-Rex Glen, Ont. rep. and reporter for the Country Scene, Florida

Bev Marie Van den Bergh: vocals
Paul Evans: steel guitar
Dave Evans: lead guitar
Joe Bothwell: rhythm guitar
Bill Cole: bass
Bobby Hudson: drums

Produced by Jack Boswell and Bill Bessey


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