The San Francisco pledge spurred garbage processor Norcal Waste to propose feeding the city's dog doo
into an anaerobic digester and using the resulting methane for power.
Much missed British crackpots The Bonzo Dog Doo
Dah Band; Birmingham's Idle Race with Jeff Lynne on the left were Liberty's first UK signing
Innes worked with all of them via his Bonzo Dog Doo
I prefer to quote from the great Vivian Stanshall, the cornerstone of the Bonzo Dog Doo
Dah Band who some of them ore mature readers may recall.
It contains 40 tracks ranging from one of Peel's first heroes, skiffle pioneer Lonnie Donegan, to recent favourites such as the Super Furry Animals and embracing such diverse strands as The Doors and The Bonzo Dog Doo
Dah Band, The Ramones and The Cocteau Twins, Tyrannosaurus Rex and Belle & Sebastian, David Bowie and Billy Bragg.
They were years ahead of their time, predating in style not only the shuffle rock of Status Quo but the craziness of the Bonzo Dog Doo
Dah band and the English wistfulness of mid-period Kinks.
Ones, with Bad Shepherds "It sounded quite appealing and I was playing with the Bonzos (the Bonzo Dog Doo
Dah Band) at the time, so I showed it to Neil Innes who thought it was pretty interesting.
Also on the bill were The Bonzo Dog Doo
Dah Band, who already had a cult following after their successful album Gorilla and would soon hit the Top 10 with The Urban Spaceman.
Neil Innes, formerly of the Bonzo Dog Doo
Dah Band (later shortened to the Bonzo Dog Band), The Rutles and Monty Python's famous Hollywood Bowl live show, brings a cracking band - Fatso - with him.
The former Bonzo Dog Doo
Dah Band member, who worked with Monty Python's Eric Idle on The Ruttles, appears in his one-man show at Bedworth Civic Hall on Monday.
While still an art student, Neil became a key member of the legendary Bonzo Dog Doo
Dah Band in the late 60s with its own brand of komik-burlesque musical style.
ALEADING figure in British musical comedy, Neil Innes began his career with the Music Hall inspired Bonzo Dog Doo
Dah Band in the late 1960s, and has since appeared with such entertainment legends as The Beatles, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and, most significantly, the Monty Python team.