Joe Public (Live At Rutlefest) - The Rutles - Rutlands Rare Rutles Revisited (CD)

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Label: A Rutland Productions - none • Format: CD Unofficial Release, Compilation • Genre: Pop • Style: Parody


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  1. The Rutles - Rutland's Rare Rutles Revisited [ Reviews] [ Want lists] Includes Rutles Press Conference at Rutlefest 8/7/97 and Rutles concert from Rutlefest Joe Public (Innes) Concert: 7 Aug The Rutles: Live at Rutlefest. Cheese And Onions (Nasty/McQuickly).
  2. The CD reissue included the 6 other songs featured on the soundtrack that were not included in the vinyl LP. The cover art of the album suggested the existence of a number of other Rutles albums including Tragical History Tour and Let It Rot.
  3. The Rutles (/ ˈ r ʌ t əl z /) were a rock band that performed visual and aural pastiches and parodies of the originally fictional band, created by Eric Idle and Neil Innes for a mid s BBC television comedy programme, later became an actual group – whilst remaining a parody of the Beatles – which toured and recorded, releasing two albums that included two UK Genres: Rock, parody, comedy rock, rock and roll.
  4. The Rutland Weekend Songbook, sometimes referred to as Rutland Times, is a album by Eric Idle and Neil Innes featuring songs from the BBC comedy series Rutland Weekend Television.. It was described by Allmusic's reviewer as "really as funny as it ought to be. An effortless parody of the last decade or so of British television's most treasured conceits".
  5. Ron Nasty and The New Rutles. In , the American Cinemateque and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts teamed up in Los Angeles to do a 25th Anniversary retrospective of Monty Python's Flying Circus (The retrospective was called "Monty Python: Lust For Glory"). The program covered the group, both pre- and post-Python.
  6. The back page of this issue carries a full-page advertisement for The Rutles' latest album ("Finchley Road"), a single ("Ticket To Rut"), and an assortment of Rutles merchandise. Released on BBC Records the same year was The Rutland Weekend Songbook, by Eric Idle and Neil Innes. There are two early Rutles gems among the 23 tracks on the album.

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