9 thoughts on “ Woo-ee - Piano Red * Dr. Feelgood (6) - The Doctors In! (CD)

  1. CD 3 is a live recording from a show in Atlanta, Georgia, Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: /5(4).
  2. (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).
  3. 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).
  4. PIANO RED (AKA rembderynaroso.sterolasesalplatpabesignpoommysqvo.coOD) - Doctor Is in - rembderynaroso.sterolasesalplatpabesignpoommysqvo.co Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in Piano Red Dr. Feelgood Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 2 ratings. Woo-ee Rock, Baby Teach Me To Forget Wild Fire Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone5/5(2).
  5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Doctor Is In! [Box] by Piano Red (CD, Nov, 4 Discs, Bear Family Records (Germany)) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!5/5(1).
  6. After scoring five pounding R&B hits in for RCA Victor as Piano Red (including Rockin' With Red and Right String But The Wrong Yo Yo) and cutting a slew of additional rockers for the firm that stretched into , Red signed with OKeh, he switched his moniker to Dr. Feelgood and The Interns and nailed a big hit in '62 with his irresistible Doctor Feel-Good/5(8).
  7. 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.
  8. They also recorded an original song which the Beatles would make very famous a few years later — "Mister Moonlight" — and another novelty song, "Doctor Feel-Good," about a "doctor of love" who only liked women who weighed over lbs. When the latter song was released on January 5, , the group became known as Dr. Feelgood & the Interns.
  9. Willie Lee Perryman (October 19, – July 25, ), usually known professionally as Piano Red and later in life as Dr. Feelgood, was an American blues musician, the first to hit the pop music charts. He was a self-taught pianist who played in the barrelhouse blues style (a loud percussive type of blues piano suitable for noisy bars or taverns). His performing and recording careers.

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