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  Quickbeam 16:51 11 Jan 2010
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click here I didn't know they'd made a film about Ian Dury until a mate asked if I was going to see it... silly question I said, of course I want to see it.

  Forum Editor 18:19 11 Jan 2010

to be appreciated at his best. On stage, and throttle wide open he was the absolute master of all he surveyed.

He defined the phrase 'One off', I have seen very few people who could work an audience like Ian Dury.

  Quickbeam 18:43 11 Jan 2010

Dead right.

  canarieslover 19:11 11 Jan 2010

It's a must for me too. I thought he was brilliant with his lyrics, perhaps helped by the fact that a lot of the places referred to were well known to me.

  Seth Haniel 08:35 12 Jan 2010

Norman Watt-Roy in full stride - (bass player from The Blockheads)

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  gardener 14:02 12 Jan 2010

He was a refreshing change, his 'cheeky' lyrics backed by one the tightest (musically speaking) bands in the business. Sadly missed, but I understand the Blockheads are still playing.

  m800afc 07:59 13 Jan 2010

My photos of Norman, Wilco, Syd and Richard. Colne Muni 2007

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  m800afc 08:04 13 Jan 2010

Sorry, forgot Syd.

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  canarieslover 19:08 18 Jan 2010

Well worth seeing for me but I was disappointed that there was such a small audience on Sunday evening, only about 40 people who mostly appeared to be in their 50's or 60's. I was glad that it showed more of the man than his stage performances, so if you want an Ian Dury concert it won't be for you.

  Quickbeam 19:59 18 Jan 2010

It's not come to us yet, but it's for me anyway.

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