- Audio CD (15 April 2013)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Box set, Original recording remastered
- Label: EMI
- ASIN: B00BI4BA4C
- Other Editions: Audio CD | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
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All Through The City (with Wilko 1974-1977) Box set, Original recording remastered
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(2012/EMI) 93 tracks. 3-CD/1-DVD.
CD1: "Down By The Jetty/Malpractice, CD2: Stupidity/Sneakin' Suspicion, CD3: 16 previously unreleased tracks. DVD: various 1975 concerts.
- She does it right
- Boom boom
- The more I give
- One weekend
- That ain't the way to behave
- I don't mind
- Twenty yards behind
- Keep it out of sight
- All through the city
- Cheque book
- Tequila - Bonie Moronie
- I can tell
- Going back home
- Back in the night
- Another man
- Rolling and tumbling
- Don't let your daddy know
- Watch your step
- Don't you just know it
- Riot in cell block no 9
- Because you're mine
- You shouldn't call the doctor
- Talking about you (Live)
- Twenty yards behind (Live)
- Stupidity (Live)
- All through the city (Live)
- I'm a man (Live)
- Walking the dog (Live)
- She does it right (Live)
- Going back home (Live)
- I don't mind (Live)
- Back in the night (Live)
- I'm a hog for you baby (Live)
- Checkin' up on my baby (Live)
- Roxette (Live)
- Sneakin' suspicion
- Nothin' shakin' (but the leaves on the trees)
- Time and the devil
- Lights out
- Lucky seven
- All my love
- You'll be mine
- Walking on the edge
- Hey Mama keep your big mouth shut
- Dr Feelgood
- Everybody's carrying a gun (Olympic Version)
- I'm a hog for you baby (Olympic Version)
- Time and the devil
- Lights out
- Everybody's carrying a gun (Rockfield Version)
Top Customer Reviews
Released 16 April 2012 in the UK - and taking its title from a track on their debut LP - "All Through The City (With Wilko 1974-1977)" is a 3CD + 1DVD box set on EMI 5099955980524 and breaks down as follows:
Disc 1 (79:11 minutes):
Tracks 1 to 13 are their debut album "Down By The Jetty" - released in the UK in January 1975 on United Artists UAS 29717
Tracks 14 to 24 are their 2nd album "Malpractice" - released in the UK in October 1975 on United Artists UAS 29880
Disc 2 (73:27 minutes):
Tracks 1 to 13 are their 3rd album - the live set "Stupidity" - released in the UK in September 1976 on United Artists UAS 29990
Tracks 14 to 23 are their 4th album "Sneakin' Suspicion" (and last with original guitarist Wilko Johnson) - released in the UK in May 1977 on United Artists UAS 30075
Disc 3 (72:41 minutes):
Tracks 1 to 13 and 18 to 20 are PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED
Track 14 is "(Get Your Kicks On) Route 66" and is the non-album B-side of their 1st UK 7" single "Roxette" released November 1974 on United Artists UP 35760
Tracks 15, 16 and 17 are "I'm A Hog For You Baby", "Stupidity" and "She Said Alright" and are all album outakes from the "Down By The Jetty" sessions.Read more ›
i can confirm that on the new (2013) set there is the following number on all printed discs :
50999-958040-2-6, so although looking quite the same, it is a different (new) release.
But MOST important, i have just listened again (with headphones) to both discs 2, and , DEFINITELY, on the new one,
the volume is decent/correct/fine, and no more defects, not a single one.
Okay we have to buy it again, but now you can buy with CONFIDENCE !
Thanx but no thanx to EMI, but at least we can indulge in aural orgasm while listening to 'Stupidity' live.
The DVD is an absolute treasure and brought back happy memories (especially the Kursaal gig which was my first live recording as an audience member). The interview sequence really underlines the link between the band and punk with Wilko especially providing a pretty good J Lydon before we'd heard of him.
Invest, invest, invest!
The audio part collects all of the essential album and single material together in superb quality remastered sound, along with a good dose of live stuff that really captures the raw essence and sweat of a Feelgood gig.
The DVD is just pure gold. Seeing the band in action is an unalloyed pleasure. Lee Brilleaux looks like he is ready to explode, menacing and strutting around giving 110%. Wilko looks like he is possessed with a manic energy that dare not be interfered with.
An absolute essential purchase.
On my copy purchased from Amazon however, disc 2 seems to suffer from lots of crackle. Listen to the intro to Sneakin' Suspicion or Paradise, although the crackle is evident throughout the whole disc.
The other discs seem fine, has anyone else noticed this problem or do I have a faulty copy?
However, for me as a lucky and obsessed fan who saw Dr Feelgood at the 1975 Reading Festival and numerous subsequent tours from 1975 through to 1978 the DVD is the main reason for buying this collection. The Going Back Home live concert extracts from the Southend Kursaal perfectly recapture the band at their very best. Lee is menacing, snarling and spitting out the lyrics and playing a mean mouth harp. The rhythm section of the Big Figure and Sparko is solid and very underrated. As for the main man, Wilko is on fire as he effortlessly creates quite unbelievable sounds from his guitar whilst manically strutting his Wilko walk across the full stage as far as his guitar lead will allow. The audience play their part going bananas jumping about with sheer joy getting caught up in the moment. When Wilko plays the repeated intro to Riot In Cell Block #9, I vividly remember shouting out uncontrollably, "shoot me Wilko!"
I highly recommend this well priced collection for long time fans and indeed anybody who wants to experience what the mid 1970s pub rock scene was all about. You will not be disappointed.
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Excellent value for money.3 CDS and a DVD all with Wilko on. A must for any Dr Feelgood fan.Published 1 month ago by chucks
Anybody wishing to re-live their misspent youth could do worse than to start here.Published 2 months ago by James, London.
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