- Audio CD (18 Feb. 2009)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Double CD
- Label: Cadiz Music Ltd
- ASIN: B00000IMJA
- Other Editions: Audio CD
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,889 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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25 Years of Dr Feelgood Double CD
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40 tracks pursue the band from start to finish and beyond the final rush of cuts includes material from vocalist Lee Brilleaux's last ever live show (the full concert appears on the Down at the Doctors album), together with four more from On the Road Again, the reborn Doctor's first album with new vocalist Pete Gage. It's stirring, sterling stuff throughout. It begins with a clutch of songs drawn from the Wilco Johnson heyday, which put the band on the map and made punk rock a reality. From Album to album tracks have been carefully selected. Tracks include Roxette, She Does It Right, Back in the Night and I Can Tell.
Top Customer Reviews
These forty tracks are really everything that the casual Feelgood fan needs. "Roxette" is here, as is "Keep It Out Of Sight", "No Mo Do Yakamo", "Sugar Turns To Alcohol", "Milk & Alcohol" and every other well-known song, including four from the post-Brilleaux album "On The Road Again".
Not every song may be of the caliber of "Roxette" or the other classic hits, but there is certainly nothing bad on here.
I'm sure that some dedicated fans can find good some albums tracks missing, but this is really a very good and thorough compilation., and should satisfy almost everyone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
it is as it says on the tin, it is everything you want from a Dr Good CD, good customer service from sellerPublished 22 days ago by David Prestwich
Dr Feelgood, one of the bands of my youth. This album provided the very best and most popular but also some that were not as well known. Great stuff!Published 9 months ago by Andrew Mayes