Dr. Feelgood are a British pub rock band, which was formed in mid 1971. The name of the band, Dr. Feelgood, is slang for heroin, or for doctors who are prepared to overprescribe drugs. In 1962 the name was adopted by the American blues pianist and singer Willie Perryman (also known as "Piano Red") who recorded his song "Dr Feel-Good" as "Dr Feelgood & The Interns". The song was covered by several British beat groups including Johnny Kidd & The Pirates, who used it as the b-side to their 1964 single "Always and Ever", from where it was chosen by the band. (Wikipedia)
Although producer Richard Gottehrer gives Private Practice a sound that's just a little too clean and restrained, the album nevertheless is a fine set of professional R&B and rock & roll. The material on the album is a little uneven, but with the assistance of Nick Lowe, the Feelgoods wrote a pair of tight, catchy rockers in Milk and Alcohol and It Wasn't Me, which stood out among the entertaining, yet generally generic, songs.
from Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All-Music Guide
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