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daveharrison Aug 8
Hard to believe it's been 50 years today since were photographed for their iconic album cover, Shabby Road.
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Paul at SuperDeluxeEdition Sep 29
on laserdisc. “A musical legend that would last a lunchtime”.
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popradiouk 12h
Now playing I Must Be In Love by !
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The Counteracts May 18
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KEZ O))) Apr 19
Neil Innes - The Rutles via
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Mark Braxton Sep 20
Looking forward to seeing the timelessly wonderful by and at the tonight, including a Q&A with songwriting hero Innes.
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FabFools Aug 16
Replying to @EricIdle
Presented, of course, by Dirk McQu... I mean ! 🎸🥁🤡
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GEEKS THAT DON'T WANT 2 GROW UP Feb 10
55 years ago, yesterday. play the Ed Sullivan show.
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Joe Scarborough Aug 9
“You're so pusillanimous, oh yeah”
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daveharrison Mar 16
Replying to @JonTrevithick @nbcsnl
And you can still watch it on the official website!
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Gary Crowley Aug 8
It was fifty years ago today that The Rutles came together for the cover artwork of Shabby Road, their final album. Thank you for the music Ron, Dirk, Stig and Barry...
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Paul Snowdon Jun 4
I’m shocked. And stunned. Very shocked. And very stunned... 🤣🤣🤣
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Richard Luck Dec 9
Many happy returns, Neil Innes.
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Bobby Tarlton Jan 30
It's 50 years since Ron, Dirk, Stig and Barry passed their audition.
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Jonathan Trevithick Feb 9
The Pre-fab Four with their OBEs.
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RChappo Mar 14
"You're so pusilanimous, oh yeah. Nature's calling and I must go there."
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Adam Lyd Jul 24
Hahaha kip of that. Get on McCartney!
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Keith K Smith May 11
I Must Be In Love Almost as good as the real thing. I love it. I'm in doubt... I feel sure...
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Stuart Preston Jun 9
Charming whimsy from tonight. A Sunday night well spent
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Hugh Terry Jun 5
The great Neil Innes reflects on
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