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|WILKO JOHNSON - LIVE IN JAPAN 2000
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WILKO JOHNSON - LIVE IN JAPAN 2000
@ 320 kbps - Covers are included
1. Slipping And Slidding 2. Take It Easy 3. She's Good Like That 4. Keep On Loving You 5. When I'm Gone 6. Cairo Blues 7. Beautiful Madrilena 8. Don't Let Your Daddy Know 9. Back In The Night 10. She Does It Right
His style formed the essential force behind Dr. Feelgood during their initial years, including the band's first four albums, Down by the Jetty, Malpractice, Stupidity and Sneakin' Suspicion, all released between 1975 and 1977. Wilco Johnson had a cult following amongst fans of the four-piece band, helped by some electrifying stage performance during their extensive UK and north European touring of that period. The live album, Stupidity, reached number one in the UK Albums Chart, but although Johnson played on Dr. Feelgood's first 5 single releases, including "Roxette" and "Back in the Night", the only single to chart during his membership of the band was "Sneakin' Suspicion ", whilst 5 of their 6 chart singles, notably the punk-tinged Top 10 single "Milk and Alcohol" were after he left. He left the band in April 1977, following disagreements over the tracks to be included in the Sneakin' Suspicion album.
In 1977, he was a founding member of the Solid Senders; with keyboardist John Potter, bassist Steve Lewins, and drummer Alan Platt. They signed to Virgin in 1978 and released the album, Solid Senders that year. The Wilko Johnson Band played at the 'Front Row Festival', a three-week event at the Hope and Anchor, Islington in late November and early December 1977, featuring many early punk rock acts. This resulted in the inclusion of two tracks by The Wilko Johnson Band ("Dr. Feelgood" & Twenty Yards Behind"), on a hit double album of recordings from the festival. The Hope & Anchor Front Row Festival compilation album (March 1978) which reached number 28 in the UK Albums Chart This live recording in 2000 is not his best stuff but whatever......the man deserves my eternal respect.
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