cover art for Episode 1 - New Boots and Panties!! by Ian Dury

Classic Album Club

Episode 1 - New Boots and Panties!! by Ian Dury

Season 1, Ep. 1

On this episode of Classic Album club, Mark Goodier revisits the 1977 classic New Boots and Panties!! by Ian Dury. Guests include Dave Robinson, founder and former label boss of Stiff Records; Chaz Jankel, chief songwriter and multi-instrumentalist of the Blockheads; and Baxter Dury, Ian's son and cover star of New Boots and Panties!!

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