The BBC Sessions 1973 to 1978 is a compilation of live in the studio recordings made by Dr Feelgood for thexample BBC between 1973 and 1978. It therefore features both Wilco Johnson and John Mayo on guitar.
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Speeding Thru Europe Live is a live album by Dr Feelgood.
It was recordedd at shows throughout Europe between October 2002 and January 2003.
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Down at the BBC In Concert 1977-1978 is a live recording by Dr Feelgood from the Gypie Mayo era.
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Live At The BBC 1974 -1975 is a live album by Dr Feelgood.
It is recorded from three live broadcasts made by the BBC.
I’ve got a soft spot for Dr Feelgood and their album Stupidity was one of the first to convince me of the superiority of live recordings.
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I’ve already discussed the original release of the live album Stupidity by Dr Feelgood.
Stupidity is the 1975 recordings with bonuses added from live concerts through to 1990.
I fear that this is a case where, for some Dr Feelgood fans including me, more is less.
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Stupidity is the first live album by Dr Feelgood. It compiled songs from two concerts – Sheffield in May 1975 and Southend in November 1975.
The album went to #1 in the UK album charts in October 1976 as British rock fans were waking up to a grittier experience.
At this stage, Dr Feelgood had only recorded two studio albums but it was felt that neither captured their true sound. While I’ve classified them as a pub rock group, this is energetic, sweaty R&B.
Beware there is also a Stupidity + with later bonus tracks.
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