Down at the Doctors
|"Down at the Doctors"|
|Single by Dr. Feelgood|
|from the album Private Practice|
|B-side||"Take a Tip"|
|Genre||Blues rock, pub rock|
|Label||United Artists Records - UP 36444|
|Dr. Feelgood singles chronology|
"Down at the Doctors" was also released as a single in the UK in September 1978, a month prior to the album's issue. Written by Mickey Jupp, and produced by Richard Gottehrer, the song was Dr. Feelgood's third hit single and continues to be played by the band.
In addition to Private Practice, versions of the song appear on numerous other Dr. Feelgood albums, including Casebook, Case History, Live in London, Stupidity Plus, Finely Tuned and the eponymous album Down at the Doctors; the final album recorded by Lee Brilleaux, in January 1994, shortly before his death. It also appears on most of the band's compilation albums.
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- "Down at the Doctors - Dr. Feelgood | Song Info". AllMusic. 1978-09-05. Retrieved 2015-10-13.
- Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 162. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
- Moon, Tony (2002). Down by the Jetty (2nd ed.). Borden, Hants: Northdown Publishing Ltd. pp. 104 & 125–127. ISBN 1-900711-15-X.