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Boogie Time - Piano Red - Live And Feelin Good (Cassette)



  1. (4-CD LP-sized box set with page book, tracks) For pure enjoyment, for simple rockin' good music, nothing can match Willie Perryman a.k.a. Piano Red a.k.a. Doctor Feelgood. He was an albino R&B singer from Georgia, and he played his piano like a jackhammer and belted out his songs. He was unlike anyone else on the planet.5/5(2).
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  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Piano Red - Live And Feelin' Good at Discogs. Complete your Piano Red collection/5(6).
  4. Piano Red ‎– Dr. Feelgood We'll Have A Good Time Tonight: 9: Barrelhouse Boogie: Credits Producer – Paul E. Affeldt; Vocals, Piano – Willie "Piano Red" Perryman* Notes Recorded July 25, at GHB Studio, Atlanta, GA. Part of the Euphonic Series.
  5. American blues pianist and singer, a.k.a. Dr. Feelgood, younger brother of Rufus Perryman, more known as Speckled Red. He made recordings backing Blind Willie McTell in , but these were left unissued. His own recording career began in and he recorded prolifically almost up to his death.
  6. Live and Feelin' Good [The Blues Collection #68], a Compilation of songs by William "Piano Red" Perryman. Released in on Orbis Publishing Ltd (catalog no. BLU NC ; CD). Genres: Blues.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Original Dr. Feelgood on Discogs/5(3).
  8. Willie Perryman went by two nicknames during his lengthy career, both of them thoroughly apt. He was known as Piano Red because of his albino skin pigmentation for most of his performing life. But they called him Dr. Feelgood during the '60s, and that's precisely what his raucous, barrelhouse-styled vocals and piano were guaranteed to do: cure anyone's ills and make them feel good.
  9. my all-time favorite pianists was ap­ pearing: Piano Red. I first encoun­ tered Red's incredible piano and vo­ cal joyfulness in when he had his first nationwide hit: Red's Boogie (backed by Rockin' With Red). I was in school at that time and it was the kind of melodic boogie that just stuck with me over the years and I was eagerly.