4/29/2010

VA - A Tribute To Lee Brilleaux Part. 1

VA A Tribute To Lee Brilleaux Vol. 1 cd 1998
LITTLE BOB STORY: Down At The Doctors / CHICANO BLUES: I'm In The Mood / THE SHARPERS: Quit While You're Behind / LEE'S: Monkey / VENICE: The Feelgood Factor / THE DOGS: She's a Windup / CADILLAC JONES: Baby Jane / SHAGGY DOGS: Roxette / FACE TO FACE: She Does It Right / KINGSIZE: Keep It Out Of Sight / SCREECH OWLS: My Sugar Turns To Alcohol / BACKSLIDERS: Drives Me Wild / VICTOIRE & CO: Mad Man Blues / CADILLAC JONES: Tell Me No Lies / SHAGGY DOGS: I Can Tell / THE SHARPERS: I'm A Hog For You Baby / CHICANO BLUES: Java Blue / THE DOGS: Sugar Shaker / VENICE: Every Kind Of Vice / LEE'S: Punch Drunk / SCREECH OWLS: Heart Of The City / BACKSLIDERS:Best In The World / VICTOIRE & CO: Rock Me Baby / LITTLE BOB STORY: Riot In Cell Block N° 9.
Dr. Feelgood was the ultimate working band. From their formation in 1971 to lead vocalist Lee Brilleaux's untimely death in 1994, the band never left the road, playing hundreds of gigs every year. Throughout their entire career, Dr. Feelgood never left simple, hard-driving rock & roll behind, and their devotion to the blues and R&B earned them a devoted fan base. That following first emerged in the mid-'70s, when Dr. Feelgood became the leader of the second wave of pub rockers. Unlike Brinsley Schwarz, the laid-back leaders of the pub rock scene, Dr. Feelgood was devoted to edgy, Stonesy rock & roll, and their sweaty live shows -- powered by Brilleaux's intense singing and guitarist Wilko Johnson's muscular leads -- became legendary. While the group's stripped-down, energetic sound paved the way for English punk rock in the late '70s, their back-to-basics style was overshadowed by the dominance of punk and new wave, and the group had retreated to cult status by the early '80s. Allmusic
French rock bands pay tribute to Lee Brilleaux (R.I.P), the unforgettable Dr Feelgood singer !!!

15 commentaires:

MIDNIGHT RAMBLER a dit…

Various Artists: "A Tribute To Lee Brilleaux"

Leave comments, please !

Longy a dit…

Many many thanks for this one.I'm looking forward to hearing this :)

shadreck a dit…

Thanks very much. Looking forward to hearing these tribute versions.

Feelgood a dit…

There is also Part 2.
OUTSIDE RECORDS OUT 580 011

Feelgood a dit…

For more Dr. Feelgood check this blog:

http://floppybootstomp.blogspot.com/search/label/Dr.%20Feelgood

MIDNIGHT RAMBLER a dit…

Yes it's a good place ...

MIDNIGHT RAMBLER a dit…

Vol. 2 soon ...

Capitain Poon a dit…

Amazing compilation. Thanks

Anonyme a dit…

Je crois me souvenir m'être bien imbibé le jour où Lee brilleaux nous a quitté dans l'indifférence générale... et quand je vois aujourd'hui qu'un film sort sur le Doctor F (pas chez nous, paraît-il, grrrmmbbllll), ça le fait mieux ! Wilko en parle dans ce torchon de Rock N Folk : zêtes pas obligé de l'acheter : ça se lit très bien et très vite debout chez un marchand de journaux...

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George Caldera a dit…

Muchas gracias amigo!

Anonyme a dit…

Vous avez bien raison de le mettre en chargement ce disque. Je ne sais pas si le label qui l'a produit existe encore, mais son créateur était un sale petit connard qui ne pensait qu'à entourlouper les artistes qu'il signait. Une vraie crevure qui se masquait derrière une "rock 'n' roll attitude"... un beauf masqué. Une crapule.

La vesrion des Dogs est sympa, les King Size font un bon boulot, Little Bob y est honnête mais les p'tits gars de Venice écrasent tout le monde haut la main.

Marc

MIDNIGHT RAMBLER a dit…

Tiens ça me donne envie de mettre le Vol. 2

Anonyme a dit…

hello Mr MR
vol 1 & 2
en bonne klite
jsuis preneur

DD

MIDNIGHT RAMBLER a dit…

The link is working again...
Thanks To Mr Mushroom !

geololo a dit…

Hello Mr Rambler, c'est possible de remettre un lien pour cette petite merveille introuvable ?? Les Dods qui reprennent du Feelgood, je veux entendre ça :-!!! merci.