Country Bill Records seems to have released just one record, a single by Lee Ivey offering versions of 'How Great Thou Art' and 'It Takes A Worried Man'; the single came out in 1979 and each side had its own discrete catalogue number, CBR-001 and CBR-002.  The 'B' side label tells us that the record was made at Forest Studios by T. Keating. Presumably the single was privately pressed to be sold at gigs; the labels have an agreeably 'home-made' look to them.  Ivey went on to make an album and a single for Dingles Records in 1984, in partnership with a band called Five Cents.  The album was called 'Older Women' (DIDCO-501), while the single combined the title track and 'American Trilogy' (SID-237). Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info

79 Lee Ivey How Great Thou Art COUNTRY BILL CBR 001 / CBR 002

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