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Shes A Windup - Dr. Feelgood - Down At The BBC In Concert 1977-78 (CD)

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  1. Adventures At The BBC £ Double album comprising of no fewer than 51 tracks spanning 30 years. Covering the Gypie Mayo-era through to the current line-up, this latest collection features 18 previously unreleased tracks, including two recorded with top American blues band Canned Heat.
  2. Dr Feelgood played at mixture of blues covers and originals, not unlike the Rolling Stones, and in Lee Brilleaux they had a front man whose voice and attitude could easily match that of Mick Jagger. This album is one of their best, although not quite as powerful as the superb "Stupidity", which is a 'real' live album, recorded before an audience/5(19).
  3. two CD archive release. It should come as no surprise that the legendary Dr. Feelgood have been frequent visitors to the BBC. It's a match made in heaven - Britain's finest rocking rhythm and blues band recording for the world's greatest broadcaster. This double album comprises no fewer than 51 tracks spanning 30 years/5(15).
  4. Dr. Feelgood are a British pub rock band formed in Hailing from Canvey Island, Essex, they are best known for early singles like "Back in the Night" and "Roxette".The group's original distinctively British R&B sound was centred on Wilko Johnson's choppy guitar style. Along with Johnson, the original band line-up included singer Lee Brilleaux and the rhythm section of John B. Sparks.
  5. Dr. Feelgood - Down At The BBC In Concert Album Lyrics; 1. Baby Jane: 2. Down At The Doctors: 3. I Thought I Had It Made: 4. Lights Out: 5. Looking Back: 6. Milk And Alcohol: 7. She's A Windup: 8. Shotgun Blues: 9. Sugar Shaker: That's It I Quit: You Upset Me Baby.
  6. May 31,  · videos Play all All Tracks - Dr. Feelgood Dr. Feelgood - Topic Dr Feelgood Lights Out (Top Of The Pops ) Digital Rebroadcast BBC (Pub Rock) - Duration:
  7. Dr. Feelgood are a British pub rock band formed in The band's name derives from a slang term for heroin or for a doctor who is willing to overprescribe drugs. It is also a reference to a record by the American blues pianist and singer Willie Perryman (also known as "Piano Red") called "Dr Feel-Good", which Perryman recorded under the.
  8. Dr. Feelgood - Down At The BBC In Concert ‎ (CD, Comp) Grand Records (2) GRAND CD UK: Sell This Version: Instruments & Performance: UALP Dr. Feelgood: She's A Windup (as John Mayo) and 1 more Dr. Feelgood - She's A Windup.

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