Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus [Live in 1977]

Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus [Live in 1977]

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+ 15 track CD.

The first live album by Little Feat, recorded during seven performances in 1997 in London, UK and Washington DC.

The band were backed by the 'Tower of Power' horn section with whom they had recorded for their 1974 album 'Feats Don't Fail Me Now'.

Many of their more well-known songs were either re-worked or extended. One of their signature songs, "Dixie Chicken", was heavily extended to include a lengthy piano solo by keyboardist Bill Payne, a Dixieland horn arrangement and finally a dual guitar jam between the band's two guitarists, Lowell George and Paul Barrère. In some cases, songs such as "Rocket in My Pocket" and "Mercenary Territory" were re-worked to include the new horn section.

The resulting release became one of the band's most popular albums.

Join the Band 
Fat Man in the Bathtub
All That You Dream 
Oh Atlanta 
Old Folks' Boogie 
Time Loves a Hero
Day or Night 
Mercenary Territory
Spanish Moon 
Dixie Chicken 
Tripe Face Boogie 
Rocket in My Pocket 
Willin' 
Sailin' Shoes 
Feats Don't Fail Me Now 

Artist: Little Feat
Label: Warner
Catalogue: 07599273442
Barcode: 0075992734424
Format: CD
Release Date: 6th December 1993
                               

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