Ian Dury : New Boots and Panties!!

Ian Dury : New Boots and Panties!!

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Ian Dury (vocals), Chaz Jankel (guitars, keyboards), Edward Spleight (guitar), Geoff Castle (keyboards), Davey Payne (saxophone), Norman Watt-Roy (bass), Charley Charles (drums)

Demon Records 75

Pure Pleasure Records : LP 180 gram

Brand New and Sealed Record

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A1 - Wake Up And Make Love With Me
A2 - Sweet Gene Vincent
A3 - I'm Partial To Your Abracadabra
A4 - My Old Man
A5 - Billericay Dickie
B1 - Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll
B2 - Clevor Trever
B3 - If I Was With A Woman
B4 - Blockheads
B5 - Plaistow Patricia
B6 - Blackmail Man

Recorded in 1977

New Boots and Panties!! is the debut album by Ian Dury, released in the UK on Stiff Records on 30 September 1977. Usually thought of as the first album by Ian Dury and the Blockheads (his backing band from 1977 to 1982), the album is credited solely to Dury as the Blockheads were not officially formed until Stiff's 'Live Stiffs' package tour the month after its release, and two members of the Blockheads do not play on the album. Although it is often cited as one of the first classic UK punk albums, the record covers a diverse range of musical styles reflecting Dury's influences and background in pub rock, taking in funk, disco, British music hall and early rock and roll, courtesy of Dury's musical hero Gene Vincent. Dury's lyrics also eschew the anti-establishment stance associated with punk music, preferring cheeky love songs or character stories based on the working-class people of the East End and Essex Estuary areas where he grew up. The songs are frequently ribald and profane, but also contain humour and affection for his characters. 

The album's title derives from Dury's habit of buying clothes second hand and refers to the only items he insisted on buying new.

This Pure Pleasure LP was remastered using pure analogue components only, from the original analogue studio tapes through to the cutting head and was pressed with virgin vinyl at Pallas.

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