was thought that Derek & Clive first recorded material in New
York, during Pete & Dud's American "Good Evening"
tour. New evidence suggests this is not the case. Did Pete &
Dud make some early Derek & Clive recordings in England?
You'll have to read issue 22 of Pub
& Bed to find out.
In the meantime, we offer a selection of Derek & Clive rareties,
including transcripts of unrecorded material.
for pics of the Derek & Clive album covers.
THE ESTABLISHMENT . . .
Peter Cook Presents The
Misty Mr. Wisty LP
audio files taken from the wonderful 1965 album.
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Kirk Douglas' Snails - This Bloke
Come Up To Me.
An entirely different, bootleg recording of "The Worst
Job I Ever Had", which soon descends into the Dudley
Moore sweary-cuntathon that is "This Bloke Come Up To
available for download : playtime: 5m35s | download:1.27mb
A version of "Winky Wanky Woo", with killer punchline
by Peter Cook!
Recorded live, this track only appeared on the b-side of "Squatter
And The Ant"; a 7" single recorded in 1976, on Island
Records and released to promote the "Derek & Clive(Live)"
album. mp3 available for download
: playtime: 2m27s | download:567Kb
& Clive Outtakes. Of the four sketches in this section, three contain material
which failed to make it to the final cut. The fourth sketch
is yet another unrecorded version of "The Worst Job I Ever
Had". Outtakes pt01Outtakes pt02
Derek & Clive Come Again.
No longer commercially available, these are the sleevenotes,
published with the original release of the second album "Derek
and Clive Come Again."
interview with Hugh Padgham. Hugh engineered, and worked closely with Peter Cook in editing,
the third Derek & Clive album, "Ad Nauseum". This
interview was first printed in Publish & Bedazzled#10.
Douglas Thompson's 1996 biography "Dudley Moore"
(published by: Little, Brown & Company; ISBN: 0316875856 )
included a chat with Dud about Peter Cook and the Derek &
Clive. At the time Peter Cook spoke to the Sheffield & North
Derbyshire Spectator, the first Derek & Clive album had
reached the number 12 position in the UK Album Charts.
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