All Through The City (with Wilko 1974-1977) Box set, Original recording remastered
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DR FEELGOOD All Through The City [With Wilko 1974-1977] (2012 UK 3-CD/1-DVD set comprising the four albums recorded with Wilko Johnson - Down By The Jetty Malpractice Stupidity and Sneaking Suspicion along with non album singles unreleased studio recordings and early live recordings. Also includes a 23-track NTSC format DVD featuring TV and live concert appearances plus band interview. Housed in a fat double jewel case picture sleeve with 40-page booklet]
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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?
The Feelgoods themselves were reputedly never too happy with the sound that made it onto their albums. The rest of us wonder why not, since they still sound amazingly good. 'I Don't Mind,' 'Back in the Night,' 'All Through the City,' 'Hog for you Baby'... they're all here and lots more besides. All the studio albums with Wilko, plus the live stuff, plus the extras and out-takes. Brilliant, brilliant stuff. You can keep your rap, your boy bands and your prog rockers. Gimme the Feelgoods any day.
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Cracking box set and DVD. Footage of live set on Geordie Scene is classic. Brought back the real meaning of R & B. Buy it now!!Published 4 months ago by Bob Davies
Superb collection of recordings especially the live set where the sound is excellent. Wilko's guitar work is so distinctive and just brilliant; Lee's vocals superb. Read morePublished 4 months ago by bbbiker800