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Baxter Dury

chaise longue

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The parenting book of the year AKA “what happens when you leave your teenage son in the care of an LSD-addled drug dealer”.
Baxter Dury

Mr. Maserati - Best Of Baxter Dury 2001 - 2021

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Mr Maserati showcases two decades of Baxter Dury’s idiosyncratically louche music, a universe of late-night London meet-ups, shuffling basslines and comed...
Baxter Dury

The Night Chancers

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Dirty slow-grinding grooves & deadpan witticisms ahoy! Dury’s back and he’s lost none of his trademark, cigarette-dangling-out-of-the-corner-of-...
Baxter Dury

Prince Of Tears

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dury returns with a painful source of inspiration to fuel a hugely varied collection of speak-sung tracks (like father, like son), beefed up with a full band &a...

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I Thought I Was Better Than You
  1. So Much Money
  2. Aylesbury Boy
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Baxter Dury

I Thought I Was Better Than You

heavenly recordings
  • limited indies only 140g pink lp + download

    Released: 2nd Jun 2023

  • 140g black lp

    Released: 2nd Jun 2023

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    Released: 2nd Jun 2023

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The aural companion piece to his 2021 memoir finds the musician in introspective mode, considering the life that he was born into and how that has led him to where he is now.

It’s as engaging as it is thought-provoking, with Dury’s trademark wit dealing barbs alongside haunting revelations.