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Neil James Innes (9 December 1944 – 29 December 2019) was an English writer, comedian and musician. He collaborated with Monty Python and played in The Rutles and the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band.

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Discography

Singles

Release date Title Label and catalogue
1973 "How Sweet To Be An Idiot"/"The Age of Desperation" United Artists UP 35495
1973 "Momma B"/"Immortal Invisible" United Artists UP 35639
1974 "Re-cycled Vinyl Blues"/"Fluff on the Needle" United Artists UP 356756
1974 "Lie Down and Be Counted"/"Bandwagon" United Artists UP 35745
1975 "What Noise Annoys a Noisy Oyster"/"Oo-Chuck-A-Mao-Mao" United Artists UP UP35722
1977 "Lady Mine"/"Crystal Balls" Arista ARISTA 106
1977 "Silver Jubilee (A Tribute)"/"Drama on a Saturday Night" Arista ARISTA 123
1978 "Protest Song"/"The Hard-To-Get" Warner Brothers K 17182
1979 "Amoeba Boogie"/"Theme" Polydor POSP 107
1979 "Kenny and Liza"/"Human Race" Polydor 2059 207
1982 "Them"/"Rock of Ages" MMC MMC 100
1982 "Mr. Eurovision"/"Ungawa" MMC MMC 103
1984 "Humanoid Boogie"/"Libido" PRT 7P 298/12P 298
2009 "Imitation Song" Neil Innes Music
2014 "Rio" (with The Values) East Central One/iTunes

Solo albums

  • How Sweet to Be an Idiot (1973)
  • The Rutland Weekend Songbook (with Eric Idle) (1976)
  • Taking Off (1977)
  • The Innes Book of Records (1979)
  • Off the Record (1982)
  • Erik the Viking (soundtrack) (1989)
  • Re-Cycled Vinyl Blues (compilation LP, 1994)
  • Recollections 1 (2000)
  • Recollections 2 (2001)
  • Recollections 3 (2001)
  • Works in Progress (2005)
  • Live At Martyrs (2005)
  • Dogman (A Comedy Musical Story For Children) (2005)
  • Innes Own World – Best Bits Part One (2010)
  • Innes Own World – Best Bits Part Two (2010)
  • "Back Catalogue: Silly Songs" (2010)
  • "Back Catalogue: Love Songs" (2010)
  • "Back Catalogue: Protest Songs" (2010)
  • "Back Catalogue: Party Songs" (2010)
  • Farewell Posterity Tour (with Fatso) (2014)
  • Nearly Really (2019)

The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band

  • "Gorilla" (1967)
  • "The Doughnut In Granny's Greenhouse" (1968)
  • "Tadpoles" (1969)
  • "Keynsham" (1969)
  • "Let's Make Up And Be Friendly" (1972)
  • "Pour L'Amour des Chiens" (2007)

The World

  • Lucky Planet (1970)

GRIMMS

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Books

  • "Gloom , Doom & Very Funny Money: Economics For Half-wits"
    • published:29 October 1992 (Hardback & Paperback)
    • publisher:Piccadilly Press Ltd.

with GRIMMS:

  • "Clowns On The Road"
    • published: 3 October 1974 (Paperback)
    • publisher: Methuen Publishing Ltd.

The Raggy Dolls series with Melvyn Jacobsen:

  • "Hot Air Balloon" (25 January 1990)
  • "Moving House" (25 January 1990)
  • "Royal Tour" (25 January 1990)
  • "A Trip To The Sea" (25 January 1990)
  • "In Days Of Old" (18 October 1990)
  • "Stolen Parrot" (18 October 1990)
  • "Treehouse" (18 October 1990)
  • "We Are Not Amused" (18 October 1990)
  • "The Raggy Dolls Activity Book" (30 November 1990)
    • all published in paperback
    • all published by:Boxtree Ltd.

with John Dowie:

  • "Dogman:A Comedy Musical Story For Children"
    • published:4 April 2007 ( Audio book with paperback book edition)
    • published by:Laughing Stock Productions Ltd.
      • story by John Dowie , narrated by Phil Jupitus , with songs by Neil innes





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