At least not until 28th August 2022 when I return from my holiday. Then you can order as many copies as you like.
Before announcing the news of Ivor Biggun’s XXXmas Package, a reminder that the ideal Xmas present for World Wide Wankers is “The Compleat Works of Ivor Biggun” – 5 CD’s and a lovely book in the perfect package of his filth-filled oeuvre, compiled as the original albums with bonus tracks. ORDER IT TODAY from this site’s shop! Much Filth, Dirt Cheap…
Now the stollen and yule logs are for sale in supermarkets, it’s time to release a compilation of all of Ivor’s seasonal smut. Available right now to stream or download on all your favourite services, IVOR BIGGUN’s XXXMAS PACKAGE is a celebration of that other side of Christmas. AND, for your delectation, there are TWO brand new recordings, “An XXXmas Carol” and “Rudolph’s Rude Rhyme (Going from Bad to Verse)”.
Forget the sausage rolls, Clifff or Elton, let’s make “You Can’t Have A Shag With A Snowman” the Christmas No.1 (“or even higher” as Doc says)! One for snowflakes everywhere, play it to your family, friends and foes alike. Even the good Captain thinks it’s genius.
A special ‘large package’ of Ivor Biggun one-off collector’s items, kindly donated by Doc Cox himself. Best known for his appearances on BBC’s ‘That’s Life!’ in the 80s. Pink flying-V ukulele with bag, tuner and spare string, 2 t-shirts printed specially for our auction (S and XL, one has a small mark on back), signed mini amplifier and lead, original 1978 signed copy of “The Winker’s Song” (his first single), sealed copy of “The Compleat Works of Ivor Biggun” plus 3 signed photos. We’re expecting stiff competition on this so make sure your bid is a big one!
Bidding starts at £150 plus £10 postage, collection also available. Bidding ends at 9pm on Friday 12th November. Please bid generously, all funds raised help give injured and orphaned wildlife a second chance at life.…and the item can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?vanity=secretworldwildlife&set=a.10159562040614441
Here is Ivor with an impromptu performance at a swish elegant Norfolk nightspot. He’s attempting “Piles Of Trouble” and is assisted by Spike, of The Hedge Monkeys Skiffle Troupe. You can hear The Hedge Monkeys on Ivor’s latest Boxed set (available HERE) and he also appears on a couple of their CDs.
If your browser doesn’t support the video below then watch it on you tube https://youtu.be/DekY887Iw5k
Accompanied by David Ivory, pianist and patron of the Theatre Organ Society. The piano microphone rig, just visible top right, is a classic “crossed pair” of hypercardioids, very old-school. This was taken on 21st September, so is he planning something for Christmas?
It’s popped up on you tube and is an ancient clip from long ago with dodgy sound. Thanks to John Thomas Allcock for posting…
I’m not too sure where this was printed. The Guardian? The Financial Times? NME? Men Only? Certainly none of those so probably a Hanwell local paper.
Here’s Ivor’s studio reminder of the lyrics to his most famous song.
More from Ivor’s scrapbook. There’s the big reveal of Ivor’s identity in the News Of The World and an advert for his debut album (which is, of course, included in the new box set, The Compleat Works of Ivor Biggun)
We’ve recently started to scan articles from Ivor’s scrapbooks and will be posting pages at irregular intervals. This week, it’s a letter from the mighty Dr. Demento (remember letters?).