Lee Brilleaux (born Lee John Collinson, 10 May 1952 – 7 April 1994) was an English rhythm-and-blues singer and musician with the band Dr. Feelgood. He was born in Durban, South Africa, to English parents, was brought up in Ealing, and moved to Canvey Island with his family when he was 13. He co-founded Dr Feelgood with Wilko Johnson in 1971 and was the band's lead singer, harmonica player and occasional guitarist.
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Lee Brilleaux invested in the groundbreaking British independent label Stiff when it was being launched in the mid-'70s, so it is sort of appropriate that Dr. Feelgood eventually recorded for the label. The only trouble is, it wasn't in 1976, when Stiff and Feelgood were at their peak; it was in 1986, as Stiff was sliding toward bankruptcy and Feelgood were far from their popular heyday.
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I discovered Dr. Feelgood several months ago and have bought as much as I could over the months. Lee Brilleaux is a superb Front-man. This CD has an updated sound that screams of the late to mid 80's. Its just plain good Rock N Roll.
Follow Dr Feelgood to be notified when their next store opens, and check out what these other artists are serving up. Follow. Thanks for following! You'll get any future updates. Disc one. Cheque Book 2. I Don’t Mind 3. All Through The City 4. She Does It Right 5. Roxette 6. Keep It Out Of Sight 7. I Can Tell 8. Rolling And Tumbling 9. Watch Your Step 10. Riot In Cell Block Number Nine 11. Stupidity (Live) 12. Going Back Home (Live) 13.