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Mister Moonlight - Piano Red * Dr. Feelgood (6) - The Doctors In! (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Mister Moonlight - Piano Red * Dr. Feelgood (6) - The Doctors In! (CD)

  1. Ararg says:
    Piano Red Willie Lee Perryman ( – ) aka Dr Feelgood in the eponymous LP from A travelogue from s boogie-woogie to early soul and beat of the 60s including Mr Moonlight which was covered the year after by the Beatles - a doo-wop number with a Latin backbeat which all Beatles fans hate but was my favourite at the time and /5(6).
  2. Mikat says:
    60 tracks across 2CDs from arguably the greatest bar band of them all - Dr Feelgood & The Interns or just plain Piano Red as he was originally known. Presented here are all of the singles, both sides, he released just as you would have found them on any jukebox from to
  3. Nikogor says:
    (4-CD LP-sized box set with page book, tracks) For pure enjoyment, for simple rockin' good music, nothing can match Willie Perryman a.k.a. Piano Red a.k.a. Doctor Feelgood. He was an albino R&B singer from Georgia, and he played his piano like a jackhammer and belted out his songs. He was unlike anyone else on the planet.5/5(2).
  4. Yozshujind says:
    Jan 19,  · many of you may have heard Dr. Feelgood / Piano Red (Willie Perryman) in the s as he played as the house pianist at Muhlenbrink's and Ruby Red's in Underground Atlanta -- if you made a request (Mr. Moonlight, Right String Baby But The Wrong Yo-Yo, Dr. Feelgood, etc.) he would point to his tip jar -- when you made a contribution, your.
  5. Zulukree says:
    Bear Family has issued two Piano Red compilations: 'The Doctor's In!' is a comprehensive four-CD overview of his vast catalog, while 'Piano Red aka Dr. Feelgood Rocks' unearths three additional OKeh masters from '62 unavailable when the box was released.
  6. Dairr says:
    out of 5 stars Doctor Feelgood Reviewed in the United States on January 26, Piano Red was one of the best piano and blues singers along with Jimmy Reed as ever come down the pipe/5(4).
  7. Taujas says:
    American blues pianist and singer, a.k.a. Dr. Feelgood, younger brother of Rufus Perryman, more known as Speckled Red. He made recordings backing Blind Willie McTell in , but these were left unissued. His own recording career began in and he recorded prolifically almost up to his death. Born: October 19, in Hampton, Georgia.
  8. Tojalkis says:
    The cuts that ought to be mono are, and pleasantly, Doctor Feelgood & The Interns cuts, many among the earliest stereo recordings, are on here in fine stereo. Oh, and this compilation, which features just about everything significant recorded by Piano Red/Dr. Feelgood, comes in at under 15 bucks, compared to almost a hundred.

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