Ian Dury New Boots and Panties

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Ian Dury New Boots and Panties


Poster 59.5x84cm

BIN Code: 00300z0166muDxxx.xxx


The Blockheads’ sound drew from its members’ diverse musical influences, which included jazz, rock and roll, funk, and reggae, and Dury’s love of music hall. The band was formed after Dury began writing songs with pianist and guitarist Chaz Jankel. Jankel took Dury’s lyrics, fashioned a number of songs, and they began recording [with other musicians]. An album was completed, but major record labels passed on the band. Next door to Dury’s manager’s office was the newly formed Stiff Records, a perfect home for Dury’s maverick style. The single “Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll”, released 26 August 1977, marked Dury’s Stiff debut. Although it was banned by the BBC it was named Single of the Week by NME on its release. The single issue was soon followed, at the end of September, by the album New Boots and Panties!! which, although it did not include the single (neither on the track list, album cover or record label, it was nonetheless actually present as track 1 on side 2 of all the original pressings), achieved platinum status.


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Weight0.27 kg

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