British R&B and Pub Rock leg-ends Dr. Feelgood celebrate their 50th anniversary with the stupendous (and originally titled) 'Greatest Hits' collection. Opener 'She Does It Right' perfectly encapsulates the Feelgood's motoring and timeless R&B sound. It has the feel of a dirty dockside pub backroom littered with shady characters, cigar smoke and jellied eels. The band's tub thump wraps it all up with an underlying 1970's sexual beat of candlewick bedspreads, cotton nighties and back seat bunk ups. 'All Through The City' rightly remains a focal point of the band's genre influencing legacy as Wilko (nine lives) Johnson's individual guitar style lovingly smothers the track before a generic 'Keep It Out Of Sight' musically conjures up images of a chase scene from The Sweeney. The superlative 'Roxette' from the 1976 Number One album 'Stupidity' is followed by the Rock 'N' Roll shake 'n' chop of 'I Can Tell' and some blue-chip Canvey Island Blues in the shape of 'Sneakin' Suspicion'.