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62 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 1950 to 1962. Piano Red was a true original and of course another performer with a claim over "the first rock and roll record" with his debut double sided smash "Rockin' With Red" / "Red's Boogie", many years before Bill Haley hit the scene. This excellent set also features his 1962 hit, "Doctor Feel-Good" which became a staple cover for scores of British beat groups. Resident in Atlanta for most of his life these rocking tracks made him one of the city's major tourist attractions for decades
62 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 1950 to 1962. Piano Red was a true original and of course another performer with a claim over "the first rock and roll record" with his debut double sided smash "Rockin' With Red" / "Red's Boogie", many years before Bill Haley hit the scene. This excellent set also features his 1962 hit, "Doctor Feel-Good" which became a staple cover for scores of British beat groups. Resident in Atlanta for most of his life these rocking tracks made him one of the city's major tourist attractions for decades
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Piano Red Aka Dr Feelgood & The Interns - Rockin With Red: Singles As & Bs 1950-1962

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Format: CD
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 03/16/2018
UPC: 604988309423

Rockin With Red: Singles As & Bs 1950-1962
Artist: Piano Red Aka Dr Feelgood & The Interns
Format: CD
New: In Stock $13.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Rockin' with Red
2. Red's Boogie
3. The Wrong Yoyo
4. My Gal Jo
5. Let's Have a Goodtime Tonight
6. Diggin' the Boogie
7. It Makes No Difference Now
8. Hey Good Lookin'
9. Just Right Bounce 1
10. Jumpin' the Boogie 1
11. Layin' the Boogie 1
12. Baby What's Wrong 1
13. Bouncin' with Red 1
14. Count the Days I'm Gone 1
15. The Sales Tax Boogie 1
16. She Walks Right in 1
17. Voo Doopee Doo 1
18. Daybreak 1
19. I'm Gonna Rock Some More 2
20. Everybody's Boogie 2
21. Your Mouth's Got a Hole in It 2
22. Decatur Street Boogie 2
23. Right and Ready 2
24. Taxi, Taxi, 6963 2
25. She Knocks Me Out 2
26. Chitlin' Hop 2
27. Big Rock Joe from Kokomo 2
28. Decatur Street Blues 2
29. Jump Man Jump 3
30. Pay It No Mind 3
31. Six O'Clock Bounce 3
32. Goodbye 3
33. Red's Blues 3
34. Gordy's Rock 3
35. She Knocks Me Out 3
36. Jumpin with Daddy 3
37. You Were Mine for Awhile 3
38. Woo-Ee 3
39. Rock, Baby 4
40. Wild Fire 4
41. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone 4
42. Peachtree Parade 4
43. Coo Cha 4
44. South 4
45. One Glimpse of Heaven 4
46. Comin' on 4
47. Get Up Mare 4
48. So Worried 4
49. This Old World 5
50. I Feel Good 5
51. Talk to Me 5
52. Believe in Me 5
53. Guitar Walk 5
54. I've Been Rockin' 5
55. Rockin' with Red 5
56. So Shook Up 5
57. Doctor Feel-Good 5
58. Mister Moonlight 5
59. Right String But the Wrong Yo-Yo 6
60. What's Up, Doc 6
61. The Same Old Things Keep Happening 6
62. Let's Have a Good Time Tonight

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62 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 1950 to 1962. Piano Red was a true original and of course another performer with a claim over "the first rock and roll record" with his debut double sided smash "Rockin' With Red" / "Red's Boogie", many years before Bill Haley hit the scene. This excellent set also features his 1962 hit, "Doctor Feel-Good" which became a staple cover for scores of British beat groups. Resident in Atlanta for most of his life these rocking tracks made him one of the city's major tourist attractions for decades
        
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