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DR FEELGOOD

Dr Feelgood are a British pub rock band formed in 1971. The band’s name derives from a slang term for heroin or for a doctor who is willing to overprescribe drugs.

It is also a reference to a 1962 record by the American blues pianist and singer Willie Perryman (also known as “Piano Red”) called “Dr. Feel-Good”, which Perryman recorded under the name of Dr. Feelgood & The Interns.

The song was covered by several British beat groups in the 1960s, including Johnny Kidd & The Pirates.

Wilko Johnson was regularly featured in Rotosound advertising throughout the bands heyday !

Official website www.drfeelgood.de

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