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on 13 December 2017
This comes with a download as well, so the vinyl record remains unopened.

Having grown up with Roger Daltrey from The Who, I was pleased to be reminded of his great smoky voice. I'd not known Wilko Johnson before this album but his playing is superior.

The title song Going Back Home sounds like it should come from the deep south, especially with the mouth organ pulsating through the middle of the song.

All songs have a good beat to rock to for all ages.
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on 12 May 2016
Great to see Wilko Johnson fit and healthy and doing what he does best , making great music.I've followed Wilko from the mid 70's with Dr Feel good and beyond and to hear he'd got cancer was a real blow, but never write him off this guy's a fighter!. Ably assisted by the great Roger Daltrey this is a terrific album of some original tracks and re working of Dr Feel good classics, Daltrey certainly does the Feel good tracks justice as Lee Brilleaux was one of the best vocalists ever so well done Roger great job. Look forward to the next album , fingers crossed.
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on 2 November 2015
Pretty decent r n b work out. Daltrey in better voice than for years. Material a little unadventurous. You have to see Wilko to appreciate him properly : he ain't for studios!
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on 1 October 2014
Top quality rock n roll / blues rock !!!
Just classic belt it out music - two legends having a blast !!!!
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on 30 June 2017
Great album, best thing Daltrey has recorded probably since the mid 70's
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on 29 October 2017
Relentless. Watt-Roy and Howe drive the whole thing along and Wilko and Daltry stalk through the album like dinosaurs. Some tasty keyboards and harmonica too. Kind of like a supercharged Canned Heat.
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on 24 February 2016
Top notch Pub Rock tracks with great vocals by Daltry.
Moving story behind Album given Wliko's near death experience with cancer.
Recommend
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on 17 August 2017
great album if you like the who or dr feelgood this could be for you
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on 3 November 2017
bought this for an ex friend, I think he was thrilled with it!
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on 15 August 2017
Unmissable. Two greats together - what's not to like.
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