Doctor Feelgood

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Drug slang A regional street term for heroin
Substance abuse American slang for an unscrupulous physician who prescribes controlled mood-altering drugs—e.g., amphetamines—in absence of clinically valid indications for their use
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Entry is free and there will be short live sets by Steve Walwyn (Dr. Feelgood) and Coventry singer/songwriter Kristy Gallacher as well as a licensed bar.
Last month, Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee and bass player Nikki Sixx announced on their social media accounts along with a black and white photo and video that they were spending some time in a studio with Bob Rock, the producer of "Dr. Feelgood."
15 SAT DR FEELGOOD THE LEMON TREE Formed on Canvey Island in Essex in the early 1970s, Dr. Feelgood remains one of the most popular and exciting live rhythm and blues acts in the world.Tickets PS17.60.
From the 1930s to the 1960s, many celebrities fell under the spell of physician Max Jacobson, also known as "Dr. Feelgood." Jacobson's specialty prescription was a "Vitamin B-12" shot that had another special ingredient besides vitamins 6 amphetamines.
I saw many gigs in 70s Brum so it's difficult to choose just one :) Dr. Feelgood in the intimacy of Bogarts was amazing though.
In 2008 the highly-acclaimed film director Julien Temple set out to make a documentary film about the birth and all too brief phenomenon of Dr. Feelgood. Oil City Confidential was premiered in October 2009 to critical acclaim and has led to a recent frenzy of interest in Wilko, the star of the film.
Carroll, Dr. Feelgood; art director, Max Reeve; supervising sound editor, Dan Johnson; animation, Tadd Blower, Tim Standard, Barry Wilson.
Willie Davis (Dr. Feelgood) picks that moment to rock off balance in his chair and fall forward into the middle of the floor, just as Lombardi finished saying: "Who else feels that way?"
A complete list of the pop and country artists who have had commercial success with versions of songs by John Hiatt would be long and impressive, and would include such diverse names as Ronnie Milsap, Iggy Pop, Dr. Feelgood, Three Dog Night, the Neville Brothers, and, perhaps most famously, Bonnie Raitt (whose version of Hiatt's "Thing Called Love" was a huge hit for her in 1989 and a major factor in her belated emergence as a mainstream pop music figure).