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Little Feat - Richards, Atlanta 1973 (Internet Archive)

We first featured this recording in December 2009. We have now replaced this with a vastly improved audio version from the Internet Archive which also includes the full set. This is Little Feat in concert at Richards, Atlanta, Georgia, USA back on the 17th September 1973. The bands first two albums, 'Little Feat' and 'Sailin' Shoes', received nearly universal critical acclaim, and Lowell George's song 'Willin' became a standard, subsequently popularized by its inclusion on Linda Ronstadt's album Heart Like a Wheel. Lack of commercial success led, however, to the band splitting up, with Roy Estrada leaving to join Captain Beefheart's Magic Band. In 1972 Little Feat reformed, with bassist Kenny Gradney replacing Roy Estrada. The band also added a second guitarist, Paul Barrere, who had known Lowell George since they attended Hollywood High School in California, and percussionist Sam Clayton. Both Barrere and Clayton added vocals on many songs,

Little Feat - Atlanta USA 1975

This is Little Feat live at The Fox Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, USA on May 23rd 1975. This was at the peak of the Lowell George era, when Little Feat influenced the likes of Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones. The Wikipedia entry for Little Feat is quite concise, and covers this period, along with the subsequent development of the band down to present day. Musically this is a fine concert and I know I have said this about other bands boots, however this really is a good introduction to the band for those unfamiliar with Little Feat. Set list is: 1. Intro 2. Skin it Back 3. One Love Stand 4. Rock & Roll Doctor 5. Oh Atlanta 6. On Your Way Down 7. Juliette (1 glitch) - jam 8. Day Or Night 9. All That You Dream 10. Dixie Chicken * 11. Tripe Face Boogie * 12. Feats Don't Fail Me Now * 13. Willin' > Band & Guests Intro * 14. Teenage Nervous Breakdown * with guest Bonnie Raitt. To give you an idea of how bootlegs have made it from the analog to digital era, here is the a