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✨✧ Eric Idle & Neil InnesRutland Weekend Songbook – Rutland Times ... LP
Passport, 1976. Very Good+ ... $1.99
A less-remembered post-Python moment – and kind of a precursor to The Rutles too! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner & some aging.)

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Pete Townshend, Tom Robinson, John Williams, & Neil InnesSecret Policeman's Ball – The Music ... LP
Island, 1980. Near Mint- ... $4.99
The well-done music companion to the mostly-comedy concert from the UK – with two tracks each by Pete Townshend, Tom Robinson, and John Williams – plus one more by Neil Innes, and a duet between Townshend and Williams on "Won't Get Fooled Again". LP, Vinyl record album
(US pressing.)

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✨✧ Neil InnesHow Sweet To Be An Idiot (with bonus tracks) ... CD
United Artists/Grapefruit (UK), 1973. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
An unusual solo album from Neil Innes – a set recorded in the space between his time in Bonzo Dog Band and The Rutles! As with both of those groups, Innes shows an amazing talent for recording a song that sounds straight, but which has a really offbeat vibe – sometimes song-style parodies that have all the chops of an original – other times more goofy material that really shows why Innes would end up being such a great comedic partner with Eric Idle! The instrumentation on the set is great – thanks in part to the lead guitar and organ lines of Ollie Halsall – and titles include "Momma Bee", "Immortal Invisible", "Topless A Go Go", "Feel No Shame", "Singing A Song Is Easy", and "How Sweet To Be An Idiot". CD version adds in 10 more bonus singles – including "Recycled Vinyl Blues", "The Age Of Desperation", "Oyster", "What Noise Annoys A Noisy Oyster", and "Lie Down & Be Counted". CD
 
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VariousMiniatures 1 & 2 – A Sequence Of Tiny Masterpieces ... CD
Pipe/Cherry Red (UK), 1980. New Copy 2CDs ... $12.99
A great 2CD set – one that brings together two rare installments of this Miniatures series of music, collage, and sound art! First up is the 1979 edition – a really fantastic little record – and one that has a concept that's unlike anything else we can think of! Morgan Fisher presents 51 different "miniatures" – songs that are a minute or less, all stacked up to make a record that's somewhere between the DIY post-punk spirit of the Rough Trade years, and some of the more offbeat, avant work of the electronic/musique concrete generation! The mix of artists is fantastic, and the brevity of the songs means that if there's something you don't like, you'll quickly be in the company of the next song – and Fisher should not only be hailed for the way that he put the whole thing together, but also for the amazing selection of artists – a lineup that includes Kevin Coyne, David Bedford, Fred Frith, Robert Wyatt, John Otway, Quentin Crisp, Michael Nyman, Pete Seeger, David Cunningham, Ron Geesin, Robert Fripp, George Melly, Steve Miller, Lol Coxhill, Neil Innes, Maggie Nicols, Andy Partridge, Stinky Winkles, and many others! CD2 features the installment from the year 2000 – with 61 more pieces, done in a similar spirit, but with a shift in technology – in a lineup that includes contributions from Gavin Bryars, Jan Campion, Robert Fripp, Dissidenten, David Cunningham, Chris Butler, John Paul Jones, Ottmar Liebert, Penguin Cafe Orchestra, Trans Global Underground, Jane Siberry, Terry Riley, Hermeto Pascoal, Linton Kwesi Johnson, and many others! CD

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✨✧ Vivian StanshallMen Opening Umbrellas Ahead ... LP
Warner, 1974. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Great solo work from Viv Stanshall – best known for his work in the Bonzo Dog Band, strongly continuing that legacy here in a mix of rock, and jazz – complex at times, but always handled with a strong sense of humor! Vivian sings and plays a range of instruments – with help from Steve Winwood on bass and organ, Jim KCapaldi on drums, Ric Grech on violin Reebop on congas, and Neil Innes on piano and slide guitar! Titles include "Truck-Track", "Yelp Bellow Rasp Et Cetera", "Prong", "Redeye", "Strange Tongues", "How The Zebra Got His spots", "Prong & Toots Go Steady", and "Dwarf Succulents". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original UK pressing, with inner sleeve. Cover has unglued top and bottom seams, but is otherwise nice.)
 
 
 



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