Title: Mr Eurovision
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Neil James Innes (born 9 December 1944) is an English writer, comedian and musician. He collaborated with Monty Python and played in the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band and The Rutles. Innes was born in Danbury, Essex. He spent much of his childhood with his parents and older brother Iain in post-war Germany during his Scottish father's military assignment as a warrant officer. He took piano lessons from age 7 to 14 and taught himself to play guitar. His parents were supportive of their sons' interests
Studio album by. Neil Innes. Neil Innes chronology. The Innes Book of Records (1979). Off the Record (1982). All tracks written by Neil Innes. Side one. "Libido" - 3:27. Mr. Eurovision" - 1:57.
Taking Off (Neil Innes album). Taking Off is the second solo album by Neil Innes and was released in 1977. In 2005 the album was released on CD, paired with The Innes Book of Records. All songs written by Neil Innes. Crystal Balls" - 2:57. Catch Phrase" - 2:48. Randy Raquel" - 3:23. Drama On a Saturday Night" - 4:59. Dreams Shine Through" - 3:50. Three Piece Suite" - 3:35. La Vie En Rose" - 3:15
How Sweet to Be an Idiot is the first solo album by Neil Innes, formerly of The Bonzo Dog Band and later of The Rutles, and was released in 1973. Innes later said of this time.
It may be that Neil Innes will always be most acclaimed for his work within the Bonzo Dog Band and the Rutles, particularly in the United States, where nothing else he's done has even gotten the cult audiences that those two bands did. Here paired together on one CD, his 1977 solo album, Taking Off, and its 1979 follow-up, The Innes Book of Records, might not be his best or funniest work, but they're certainly respectable efforts, even if they do tilt the focus away from his most riotous spoofs and toward his more conventional singer/songwriter talents