Dr. Feelgood


Basse : Dave Bronze
Batterie : Kevin Morris
Guitare : Steve Walwyn
Voix / Harmonica : Lee Brilleaux

The Feelgood Factor

Année : Juillet 1993
Label : Grand 17
Producteurs : Dave Bronze, Dave Charles
Ingénieur : Dave Charles

1. The Feelgood Factor (Bronze, Morris)
2. Tanqueray
(Johnson, Richards)
3. Tell Me No Lies
(Walwyn)
4. Styrofoam
(Defore)
5. I'm In The Mood For You
(Bronze)
6. Double Crossed
(Walwyn)
7. Lying About The Blues
(Cawte, Johnson, Turner, Walker)
8. She Moves Me
(Ling, Watson)
9. Wolfman Calling
(Bronze, Morris)
10. One Step Forward
(Bronze)
11. One To Ten
(Bronze)
12. Fool for You
(Walwyn)

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Dr Feelgood's recent albums seemed to have existed merely as excuses to tour, the spark having gone out but the band still performing almost 250 shows a year. Enjoyable though these albums sometimes were, they tailed to add anything to the band's reputation. With "The Feelgood Factor" they might change all that ; it's as centred and driven an album as they've delivered in 10 years. Excellently produced by Dave Charles and Feelgood bassist Dave Bronze, the album is largely original material, which for once stands up alongside the R&B cavers the Feelgoods have mainly excelled with since the departure of Gypie Mayo in 1981. The title track, "I'm In The Mood For You" and especially "Wolfman Calling" are tailor-made for frontman Lee Brilleaux's bemused vocal leerings, his audible enjoyment at the proceedings making his illness (he has been diagnosed as suffering tram lymphoma, cancer al the lymph nodes) all the mare tragic.* * * *

Sid Griffin pour le magazine Q

 

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