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Rooster Rag

Label: Hot Tomato
Released: 2012
Track listing: Candy Man Blues; Rooster Rag; Church Falling Down; Salome; One Breath at a Time Just a Fever; Rag Top Down Way Down Under; Jamaica Will Break Your Heart; Tattooed Girl; The Blues Keep Coming; Mellow Down Easy.

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Little Feat: Rooster Rag

Read "Rooster Rag" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Too often lumped in with jam bands like Phish, String Cheese Incident or Widespread Panic, Little Feat more properly belongs with The Allman Brothers Band, which developed a greater popularity early on before settling in for largely improvisatory concerts based on its own band book and covers. Little Feat diverge from the ABB in that it ...

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Barnstormin

Label: Hot Tomato
Released: 2006
Track listing:

Disc 1: Rocket In My Pocket; Keepin' Up With the Joneses; Change In Luck; Spider's Blues; One Clear Moment / Just Another Sunday; Walkin' As Two; Last Night; Roll Um Easy; The Blues Don't Tell It All; Why Don't It Look Like the Way That It Talk.

Disc 2: Down on the Farm - Candyman; Under The Radar; Fool Yourself; Sailin' Shoes; Night On The Town; A Political Blues - Long Distance Call; Distant Thunder; Six Feet Of Snow; Fighting The Mosquito Wars; Day At The Dog Races.

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Little Feat: Barnstormin

Read "Barnstormin" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Little Feat whet our appetite with the release of Barnstormin' Live, Volume One last year. A second volume has just been released and the two have been packaged together. Since the band's reformation in 1988, it has released numerous live recordings, including the archival releases Raw Tomatoes, Volume 1 & Ripe Tomatoes, Volume 1 and three ...

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Barnstormin

Label: Hot Tomato
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1. Rocket In My Pocket; 2. Keepin' Up With the Joneses; 3. Change In Luck; 4. Spider's Blues 5. One Clear Moment / Just Another Sunday; 6. Walkin' As Two; 7. Last Night; 8. Roll Um Easy 9. The Blues Don't Tell It All; 10. Why Don't It Look Like the Way That It Talk.

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Little Feat: Barnstormin

Read "Barnstormin" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Little Feat remains one of the more enduring bands to have emerged out of the 1970s. This endurance is manifest in both the group's longevity and continually fresh creativity. Since leaving the major label realm and starting Hot Tomato Records, the band has released numerous archival (Raw Tomatoes, Volume 1 & Ripe Tomatoes, Volume 1) and ...

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Little Feat: Highwire Act Live in St. Louis 2003

Read "Little Feat: Highwire Act Live in St. Louis 2003" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Little Feat Highwire Act Live in St. Louis 2003 Hot Tomato 2004 Little Feat and the Allman Brothers Band have much in common. Both bands incurred losses of integral personnel (Lowell George in the case of Little Feat and Duane Allman in the case of the Allman Brothers Band). Both ...

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Kickin' It at the Barn

Label: Hot Tomato
Released: 2003
Track listing: Night On The Town; Heaven Forsaken; I?d Be Lyin?; Corazones Y Sombras; Walking As Two; In A Town Like This; Fighting The Mosquito Wars; Stomp; Why Don?t It Look Like The Way That It Talk; I Do What The Telephone Tells Me To Do; Bills River Blues.

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Down Upon the Suwannee River

Label: Hot Tomato
Released: 2003
Track listing: Disc 1: Introduction; All That You Dream; Spanish Moon; Skin It Back; Big Bang Theory; Bed Of Roses; Cajun Girl; Sailin? Shoes; Rag Mama Rag; Let It Roll.
Disc 2: Lafayette Railroad; Dixie Chicken; Tripe Face Boogie; It Takes A Lot To Laugh; Oh Atlanta; Willin?; Fat Man In The Bathtub.


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