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Little Feat Rad Gumbo: The Complete Warner Bros. Years 1971 to 1990

Label: Warner Bros.
Released: 2014
Track listing: Track Listing: Little Feat (1971): Snakes on Everything; Strawberry Flats; Truck Stop Girl; Brides of Jesus; Willin’; Hamburger Midnight; Forty Four Blues/How Many More Years; Crack in Your Door; I’ve Been the One; Takin’ My Time; Crazy Captain Gunboat Willie. Sailing Shoes (1972): Easy To Slip; Cold, Cold, Cold; Trouble; Tripe Face Boogie; Willin’; A Apolitical Blues; Sailin’ Shoes; Teenage Nervous Breakdown; Got No Shadow; Cat Fever; Texas Rose Café. Dixie Chicken (1973): Dixie Chicken; Two Trains; Roll Um Easy; On Your Way Down; Kiss It Off; Fool Yourself; Walkin’ All Night; Fat Man in the Bathtub; Juliette; Lafayette Railroad. Feats Don’t Fail Me Now (1974): Rock and Roll Doctor; Oh Atlanta; Skin It Back; Down the Road; Spanish Moon; Feets Don’t Fail Me Now; The Fan. The Last Record Album (1975): Romance Dance; All That You Dream; Long Distance Love; Day or Night; One Love Stand; Down Below the Borderline; Somebody’s Leavin’; Mercenary Territory. Time Loves a Hero (1977): Hi Roller; Time Loves a Hero; Rocket in My Pocket; Day at the Dog Races; Old Folks Boogie; Red Streamliner; New Delhi Freight Train; Keepin’ Up With the Joneses; Missin’ You. Waiting for Columbus (live, 1978): Join the Band; Fat Man in the Bathtub; All That You Dream; Oh Atlanta; Old Folks’ Boogie; Dixie Chicken; Tripe Face Boogie; Rocket In My Pocket; Time Loves A Hero; Day Or Night; Mercenary Territory; Spanish Moon; Willin’; Don’t Bogart That Joint; Apolitical Blues; Sailin’ Shoes; Feats Don’t Fail Me Now. Down on the Farm (1979): Down On The Farm; Six Feet of Snow; Perfect Imperfection; Kokomo; Be One Now; Straight From The Heart; Front Page News; Wake Up Dreaming; Feel the Groove. Hoy-Hoy (live, 1981): Rocket In My Pocket; Rock And Roll Doctor; Skin It Back; Easy To Slip; Red Streamliner; Lonesome Whistle; Front Page News; The Fan; Forty-Four Blues; Teenage Nervous Breakdown; Teenage Nervous Breakdown; Framed; Strawberry Flats; Gringo; Over The Edge; Two Trains; China White; All That You Dream; Feets Don’t Fail Me Now. Let It Roll (1988): Hate To Lose Your Lovin’; One Clear Moment; Cajun Girl; Hangin’ on to the Good Times; Listen To Your Heart; Let It Roll; Long Time Till I Get Over You; Business as Usual; Changin’ Luck; Voices on the Wind. Representing the Mambo (1989): Texas Twister; Daily Grind; Representing The Mambo; Woman in Love; Rad Gumbo; Teenage Warrior; That’s Her, She’s Mine; Feelin’s All Gone; Those Feat’ll Steer Ya Wrong Sometimes; The Ingenue; Silver Screen. Outtakes from Hotcakes (live, 2014): Jazz Thing in 10; Rat Faced Dog; Doglines; Wait Till the Shit Hits the Fan; Easy To Fall (Easy To Slip); Texas Rose Café; Doriville; Boogie (Tripe Face Boogie); Two Trains; Roto/Tone; Ace in the Hole (Hi Roller); Eldorado Slim; Feats Don’t Fail Me Now; Brickyard Blues; All That You Dream; Spanish Moon; Down Below the Borderline; Rockin’ Shoes I & II; Front Page News; High Roller; All That You Dream; Roll ‘Em Easy; Boogie Wigwam (short jazz piece); Teenage Nervous Breakdown.


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Little Feat Rad Gumbo: The Complete Warner Bros. Years 1971 to 1990

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The first time you hear the jny: Los Angeles band Little Feat, you might think it springs from the same southern loam as the Allman Brothers Band or Lynyrd Skynyrd. Listen a little deeper and you'll hear something more off-kilter and easily as distinctive, whether it's the complicated rhythm supplied by Richie Hayward, Kenny Gradney, Sam ...


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