Ian Dury

Ian Dury

Ian Robins Dury (12 May 1942 – 27 March 2000) was an English rock and roll singer, lyricist, bandleader, artist, and actor who initially rose to fame during the late 1970s, during the punk and New Wave era of rock music. He is best known as founder and lead singer of the British band Ian Dury and the Blockheads.

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Live Stiffs Live - Personnel
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... for bands including The Damned, Elvis Costello, Ian Dury and Wreckless Eric ... Bubbles also maintained his freelance output, producing designs for Peter Jenner (Ian Dury and Billy Bragg's manager), and others, creating a prodigious ... these postcards had been die-cut away from the rest of the sleeve Ian Dury and the Blockheads - Do It Yourself, which was released in 28 sleeve ...
The Blockheads - History - Formation and Early Years
... Band broke up in 1977 and Watt-Roy and Charles joined a new band being formed by Ian Dury, who had begun writing songs with pianist and guitarist Chaz ... With Jankel fashioning Dury's lyrics into number of songs, the two began recording with Charles, Watt-Roy, Gallagher, Turnbull and former Kilburn and the High-roads ... Next door to Dury's manager's office, however, was the newly formed Stiff Records, a perfect home for Dury's maverick style ...
Straight From The Desk
... Straight From The Desk is a live album by Ian Dury The Blockheads recorded 23 December 1978 at the Ilford Odeon, Ilford, Essex ... break the venue's floor, presumably in excitement causing Dury to warn the audience to mind the hole as an introduction to "Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick" and mention it repeatedly ... Dury forgets the words totally on "There Ain't Half Been Some Clever Bastards" forcing the Blockheads to carry on playing while he remembers them and ...