1

New Boots And Panties!! 30th Anniversary Edition (CD+DVD)

Ian Dury

New Boots And Panties!! 30th Anniversary Edition (CD+DVD)

Ian Dury

New Boots And Panties!! 30th Anniversary Edition (CD+DVD)

Release information

Release information

Label: Edsel • Format: CD • Date: 26/11/2007 Cat#: EDSX3001 • Barcode: 740155300135 • Genre: Rock Sub Genre: Punk

Track Listing

  1. Wake Up And Make Love With Me
  2. Sweet Gene Vincent
  3. I’m Partial To Your Abracadabra
  4. My Old Man
  5. Billericay Dickie
  6. Clevor Trever
  7. If I Was With A Woman
  8. Blockheads
  9. Plaistow Patricia
  10. Blackmail Man
  11. Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll
  12. Razzle In My Pocket
  13. Close To Home
  14. Two Steep Hills
  1. Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll
  2. I’m Partial To Your Abracadabra
  3. Wake Up And Make Love With Me
  4. Clevor Trever
  5. Billericay Dickie
  6. Sweet Gene Vincent
  7. Blockheads
Shop Now
  • Amazon

About this release

Thirty years after its release, Ian Dury’s first album released under his own name remains an undisputed
and timeless classic. Uniquely, every song on the album is known and celebrated as though they were all
released as singles.

Accompanying the album was the single “Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll” (included here with its b-side), a song title so well-known that it is included in the Oxford English Dictionary, along with several other Dury song titles and phrases.

Also included here (for the first time on CD) are two bonus Dury rarities: “Close To Home” (recorded in 1977) has only ever been issued on an NME cassette in 1981, and “Two Steep Hills”, only ever issued on the b-side of an extremely limited NME competition winners 7” release.

And now on DVD (and for the first time on any format), fans can watch the spectacle of Ian and the Blockheads romping through the album’s highlights live at Queen Mary’s College in Mile End, London on 10th December 1977 for the BBC’s fondly-remembered “Sight And Sound In Concert” series.

Recorded soon after the famed “Live Stiffs” package tour of Autumn 1977, this concert captures one of the most exhilarating live bands ever at the peak of their game.