BILLERICAY DICKIE - LIVE - with Peter Cook
Ian Dury + the Blockheads - Plaistow Patricia
MANIC DEPRESSION - IAN DURY
Dury performing in 1978
|Birth name||Ian Robins Dury|
|Born||12 May 1942|
Harrow, Middlesex, England, UK
|Died||27 March 2000 (aged 57)|
Upminster, London, England
|Genres||Rock and roll revival, pub rock, new wave, punk rock|
|Labels||Dawn, Stiff, Polydor, Demon, Ronnie Harris|
|Associated acts||Kilburn and the High Roads, The Blockheads|
"Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick"
Kilburn and the High Roads
And thank the Creator you're not in the state I'm in
So long have I been languished on the shelf
I must give all proceedings to myself
Acting and other activities
Illness and death
- New Boots and Panties!! (1977)
- Do It Yourself (1979)
- Laughter (1980)
- Lord Upminster (1981)
- 4,000 Weeks' Holiday (1984)
- Apples (1989)
- The Bus Driver's Prayer & Other Stories (1992)
- Mr. Love Pants (1998)
- Ten More Turnips From The Tip (2002)
|1984||Deus Ex Machina||The Fertiliser (Voice)|
|1985||Number One||Teddy Bryant|
|King of the Ghetto||Sammy|
|1987||O Paradeisos anoigei me antikleidi||Acrobat|
|Hearts of Fire||Bones|
|1988||The Raggedy Rawney||Weazel|
|Brennende Betten||Harry Winfield|
|1989||The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover||Terry Fitch|
|Bearskin: An Urban Fairytale||Charlie|
|1990||The Rainbow Thief||Bartender|
|1992||Split Second||Jay Jay|
|1996||Different for Girls||Recovery Agent|
|The Crow: City of Angels||Noah|
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|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ian Dury.|
- Ian Dury – official site
- theblockheads.com: The Blockheads' Biography
- theblockheads.com: The Blockheads' Discography
- Jools Holland biography of Ian Dury at the Wayback Machine (archived 28 June 2003)
- BBC News website report on Dury's funeral
- BBC Music artist biography
- Dury's obituary in The Times
- BBC iPlayer Desert Island Discs, 31 March 1996