This page was created to redirect visitors attempting to access content
previously hosted on dexys.org's sister site at multiply.com which ceased
to exist in the summer of 2013. The sudden disappearance of that hosting facility meant that a lengthy process of
recreating the lost pages - and creating some new ones which had always been planned as part of this site
- here on dexys.org had to be undertaken. Just over a year later, that process is now almost complete and
you can find a list of the recreated - and revamped - pages below.
it has become apparent whilst reconstructing the old pages that quite a few of them had become a little out of date since
they were originally created - mostly due to the refusal of the musicians featured to hang up their instruments and stop performing!
This has meant that several of the "Family Tree" pages in particular will need updating and expanding - and a page
on Geoff Blythe's most recent project, GI Blythe will clearly need to be added at some point! There are also a few
ideas which have occurred while reconstructing the site which will eventually be added! Watch this space!
Sometimes the updates to this site are driven by personal choice and sometimes they are driven by external events
which have a knock-on effect. The latest updates definitely fall under the latter category! Following the release of the "Nowhere
Is Home" film and album, the DVD Discography and Album Discography have both been amended accordingly - and a news item about the releases added to the Dexys News page. Subsequently the older news items from that page have now been transferred to a new "Dexys News Archive" page along with some additional historic news articles which used to be on the old M.S.N. site.
Finally, apologies to anyone who has visited this page recently in search of the promised "regular updates"
of new content featured on the site. The last few months of 2014 didn't afford much spare time for attending to websites
but hopefully the new year will allow for more regular additions to the site. The first of these is a new feature on the infamous
Muriel Gray interview from 1985.
Andy Leek - Now updated
with full Biography and Discography (Family Tree Feature) Mick Talbot - Now expanded with
extended Discography (Family Tree Feature) Flag (Family Tree Feature)
* All of the "Family
Tree" pages above have now had short audio clips added to provide a flavour of each artist's musical styles.
Pages given substantial make-overs
Finally (for now) you may notice that a few interactive features - such as the "comments/suggestions"
feedback form above - have been added to various locations around the site - feel free to make use of them! There
is now also a "Message Board" function on the Home Page to allow visitors to leave their Dexys-related messages
for others to read and respond to:
Add A Message View Messages
Think of this, if you will, like a museum removing
its artefacts from display so that they can be lovingly restored and put back on public show! Normal service will be resumed
as soon as possible but, for now, this page will be regularly updated with news of the latest additions so please call back
still very much a wildhearted outsider after all these years!