When it came to making no nonsense white boy Rhythm and Blues in the '70's it was Dr Feelgood that were number one, obviously. Wilko has,I think, gone on record as saying that he never listened to the Feelgoods after he left as everything sounded like crap. This does an incredible disservice to Gypie Mayo who really was a fantastic, R&R and R&B guitarist. Sure, Wilko was a one off, and the whole sound of the band changed after Gypie came in but, really, what can you say about , 'Down at the Doctors', 'Milk and Alcohol', 'Sugar Shaker', 'In the night time', 'Take a tip', 'Let it roll', 'No mo do, Yakamo', '99 1/2 just won't do', and of course, of course, the absolutely peerless 'Shotgun Blues', among others.
This is real high octane full on Rock and Blues, with style. Also includes an interesting, no, make that great, alternative 'Down at the Doctors'. Fully reccomended.