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... I thought, "Hey, that guy's got the same name as the guitarist on one of my favorite albums!"

And looking at him on GoT, well, I still didn't recognize the fearsome-looking geezer as being the same guy as that serious-looking young fellow in Dr. Feelgood's greatest incarnation.

Critics don't all agree with me, but I find the Dr. Feelgood album Malpractice from 1975 among the greatest and most satisfying for playing loud.

Run to YouTube now and search them out.

For instance (one of many): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzF0AETdRF8

The big hit was Roxette. You'll see Wilko's presence and playing is midway between The Who and Talking Heads. Always on the move, he does a restrained twitchy rhythm until he unleashes fierce bursts of lead. (He acknowledges the style builds on that of Mick Green of the Pirates.)

I might add that pancreatic cancer sucks and one group that fights it is at http://www.lustgarten.org/ .

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