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Lee Brilleaux: Rock ‘n’ Roll Gentleman

Dr. Feelgood CD4

Lee Brilleaux: Rock ‘n’ Roll Gentleman (2017)

Format: CD4

Code: 190295919214

CD1

  1. Cheque Book
  2. I Don’t Mind
  3. All Through The City
  4. She Does It Right
  5. Roxette
  6. Keep It Out Of Sight
  7. I Can Tell
  8. Rolling And Tumbling
  9. Watch Your Step
  10. Riot In Cell Block Number Nine
  11. Stupidity (Live)
  12. Going Back Home (Live)
  13. Back In The Night (Live)
  14. I’m A Hog For You Baby (Live)
  15. Checkin’ Up On My Baby (Live)
  16. Walking The Dog (Live)
  17. Johnny B. Goode (Live)
  18. Sneakin’ Suspicion
  19. Nothin’ Shakin’ (But The Leaves On The Trees)
  20. Lights Out
  21. Lucky Seven
  22. Everybody’s Carrying A Gun (Olympic version)
  23. Baby Jane
  24. I Thought I Had It Made

CD2

  1. She’s A Windup
  2. The Blues Had A Baby And They Named It Rock ‘n’ Roll (# 2)
  3. Looking Back
  4. Ninety-Nine And A Half (Won’t Do)
  5. Take A Tip
  6. Down At The Doctors
  7. Milk And Alcohol
  8. Let’s Have A Party (Early version) (Previously unreleased)
  9. As Long As The Price Is Right (Second version)
  10. Matchbox (Live)
  11. My Buddy Buddy Friends (Live)
  12. The Blues Had A Baby And They Named It Rock ‘n’ Roll (#2) (Live)
  13. Lights Out (Live)
  14. Put Him Out Of Your Mind
  15. Hong Kong Money
  16. Shotgun
  17. Riding On The L & N
  18. Feels Good
  19. Jumping From Love To Love
  20. Best In The World
  21. Drives Me Wild
  22. No Mo Do Yakamo
  23. King For A Day
  24. Violent Love

CD3

  1. Pretty Face (Live)
  2. Waiting For Saturday Night
  3. Crazy About Girls
  4. She’s The One
  5. Monkey
  6. Trying To Live My Life Without You
  7. Sugar Bowl
  8. Hit Git And Split
  9. You Don’t Love Me
  10. Neighbour, Neighbour
  11. Close But No Cigar
  12. I Don’t Worry About A Thing
  13. I Can’t Be Satisfied
  14. Dimples
  15. Dust My Broom
  16. Tore Down
  17. Mad Man Blues
  18. My Babe
  19. Rock Me Baby
  20. I Love You, So You’re Mine
  21. You’ve Got My Number
  22. Grow Too Old
  23. Don’t Wait Up
  24. Come Over Here
  25. See You Later Alligator

CD4

  1. Hunting, Shooting, Fishing
  2. Heartbeat
  3. Hurricane
  4. Quit While You’re Behind
  5. Nothing Like It
  6. Let’s Have A Party
  7. (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 (Live)
  8. Heart Of The City
  9. My Sugar Turns To Alcohol
  10. World In A Jug
  11. Standing At The Crossroads Again
  12. Down By The Jetty Blues
  13. Poison Ivy (Previously unreleased)
  14. Wolfman Calling
  15. One Step Forward
  16. Tanqueray
  17. Styrofoam
  18. She Moves Me
  19. If My Baby Quits Me (Live)
  20. Roadrunner (Live)

 

 

 

The material in this 4CD set covers the Dr Feelgood frontman, Lee Brilleaux’s 20 years with the band from 1974 to his early death in 1994. Including his early recordings with Wilko Johnson, through the second line-up with Gypie Mayo and then through the 1980s and 90s to his last live album ‘Down At The Doctors’.

Dr Feelgood was - is - ‘music for people who want to have a good time’, as guitarist Wilko succinctly put it. And Lee Brilleaux knew how to have a good time. He knew how to make other people have a good time too, and this was, to his mind, one of the most important and enduring elements of Dr Feelgood. This was the point. Take people out of their lives for a bit. Put on a show. Make them happy. Give them an escape. Dr Feelgood were providing a public service and this was something Brilleaux took seriously, right up until the end of his short, fast, full life.

More than two decades on from Brilleaux’s death, this singular rock ‘n’ roll gent is still loved, and is still looked up to as an arbiter of class andstyle. His personal legacy goes beyond the music he leaves behind, but it’s a great place to start, and it’s a thrilling place to return to.

This release coincides with the upcoming April release of the softback edition book on the life of Brilleaux called: ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll Gentleman’ The adventures of Dr Feelgood’s iconic frontman.

Price: 25,99 €

Dr. Feelgood

Dr. Feelgood are a British pub rock band, formed in 1971. The classic line-up included Lee Brilleaux (b. 1953, d. 7 April 1994; vocals/harmonica), Wilko Johnson (b. John Wilkinson, 1947; guitar), John B. Sparks (b. 1953; bass) and John ‘The Big Figure’ Martin (drums). Initially based in Canvey Island, Essex, on the Thames estuary, Dr. Feelgood broke into the London circuit in 1974. Brilleaux’s menacing personality complemented Johnson’s propulsive, jerky stage manner, while the guitarist’s staccato style dominated the group’s idiosyncratic brand of angular rhythm and blues. Their debut album, Down By The Jetty, was released in 1974, but despite critical approbation, it was not until the following year that the quartet secured due commercial success with Stupidity. Recorded live in concert, this raw, compulsive set topped the UK charts and the group’s status seemed assured. However, internal friction led to Johnson’s departure during sessions for a projected fourth album and although his replacement, ...

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