Little Feat is the first studio album by the rock band Little Feat. It was released in 1971 on Warner Bros. The album was recorded mostly during sessions between August and September 1970. Its sound is in a similar vein as the band's more widely known later recordings, such as 1973's Dixie Chicken and 1978's Waiting For Columbus. The record features Little Feat's Mk. 1 line-up, with Roy Estrada on bass. It was the first of eight albums by the band before its initial 1979 break-up.
Under the Radar (Little Feat album). Under the Radar is the 12th studio album by the American rock band Little Feat, released in 1998. It was the fifth studio album since the band reunited in 1988 and the second since vocalist Shaun Murphy joined Little Feat. Home Ground" (Barrère) – 4:07. Eden's Wall" (Barrère, Murphy, Payne) – 6:33. A Distant Thunder" (Barrère, Murphy, Payne) – 5:36. Hoy Hoy" (Barrère, Murphy, Payne, Tackett) – 4:08.
Studio album by Little Feat. Let It Roll is the eighth studio album by the American rock band Little Feat, released in 1988. Eight of the ten songs on the album were co-written by new band member Craig Fuller, the founding member of Pure Prairie League. Fuller also dominates the lead vocals. The album attained RIAA certified gold status on February 14, 1989. It is the first Little Feat studio album without Lowell George, after his death in 1979 and is one of their most successful albums, sparking a comeback by the band. The first single, "Hate to Lose Your Lovin'", earned the band their first hit on the.
Album Rock Blues-Rock Rock & Roll Southern Rock Contemporary Pop/Rock Boogie Rock Hard Rock. Bill Payne Fred Tackett Kenny Gradney Lowell George Paul Barrére Richie Hayward Sam Clayton Craig Fuller Roy Estrada Shaun Murphy Gabe Ford.
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Formed in 1969 in Los Angeles, Little Feat (led by singer-songwriter, lead vocalist and guitarist Lowell George), mixed hints of blues, R&B, country, and rock & roll in one album starting off with their self-titled debut Little Feat (1971). This Little Feat discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Little Feat albums can be found at the top of the list .
Let It Roll is the eighth studio album by the American rock band Little Feat, released in 1988. Fuller also takes most lead vocals.
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|A1a||–No Artist||Introduction / Presentation On Sponsors|
|A1b||–Little Feat||Long Time Till I Get Over You|
|A1c||–Little Feat||Let It Roll|
|A1d||–No Artist||Commercial Break|
|A2a||–Bill Payne||Interview with Bill Payne|
|A2b||–Little Feat||Hate To Lose Your Lovin'|
|A2c||–Little Feat||Dixie Chicken|
|A2d||–No Artist||Commercial Break|
|B1a||–Bill Payne||Interview Bill Payne|
|B1b||–Little Feat||Easy To Slip|
|B1c||–Little Feat||Oh Atlanta|
|B1d||–Little Feat||Time Loves a Hero|
|B1e||–No Artist||Commercial Break|
|C1b||–Little Feat||Rocket In My Pocket (Live)|
|C1c||–Little Feat||Rock 'N' Roll Doctor|
|C1d||–Little Feat||All That You Dream (Live)|
|C1e||–No Artist||Commercial Break|
|D1c||–Little Feat||Fat Man In The Bathtub|
|D1d||–No Artist||Commercial Break|
|D2a||–Bill Payne||Interview with Bill Payne|
|D2b||–Little Feat||One Clear Moment|
|D2c||–Little Feat||Old Folks Boogie|
|D2d||–Little Feat||Feats Don't Fail Me Now (live)|
|D5||–Bill Payne||Interview with Bill Payne on Getting together||0:22|
|D6||–Bill Payne||Interview with Bill Payne On The Little Feat Sound||0:07|
|D7||–Paul Barrere||Interview with Paul Barrere on why they reunited||0:09|
|D8||–Paul Barrere||Interview with Paul Barrere on the new LP||0:13|
- Interviewer – Timothy White
NotesRadio Show where Little Feat's Bill Payne and Paul Barrere is being interviewed by Ben Panilla, with excerpts from a Lowell George interview from two weeks before he died. Air Date for this is December 5 - 11 1988.
On Record 1: Side A and Side C
On Record 2: Side B and Side D
Comes in a plain Radio Today sleeve with thin plastic innersleeves