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Old 09-24-2021, 06:37 AM
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Default 1973-Little Feat Live!

I've been a fan of Little Feat for more than 50 years. In 1973 I got to see them (with Bonnie Raitt opening) at a small nightclub in Pittsburgh. It was the best concert I've ever experienced. For many years I've wished that there could have been a recording of that concert, but of course that was a time before cell phones and quality portable recording equipment existed.

Recently, I was surprised and thrilled to find this recording of Little Feat performing live at Ultrasonic Studios in Hempstead, NY on 4-10-1973, less than a month after the concert that I attended in Pittsburgh. The set they performed at Ultrasonic is almost the same (albeit shorter and without 2 encores) as the one I heard them perform. If you're a Little Feat fan, and especially if you're a fan of the live Waiting For Columbus album, and have craved to hear more of their fantastic live sound I highly recommend giving this a listen. If you're not familiar with Little Feat you might find that you'll enjoy hearing one of the best live performance rock bands of any era. For me it's like entering a time machine and going back to one of the most enjoyable musical experiences of my life.

Enjoy!
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Old 09-24-2021, 07:57 AM
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THANK YOU, Walt!

I was/am also a big fan, both pre and post Lowell. My first show wasn't until a few years after this one, can't wait to hear what they sounded like in '73.
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Old 09-24-2021, 01:39 PM
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Terrific band, and Lowell was...just...not of this world, apparently! Love Little Feat, from decades back...

Still miss the Fat Man in the Bathtub!

Will take the time to give this a listen when I can... thanks for posting!
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THANK YOU!!!

I know what I'm listening to tonight. One of my absolute favorite bands...I think they are criminally underrated.
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I saw the band in the early-mid 70s at a small college in PA. The band I was in did several of their tunes. Always/still a big fan (though, TBH, Old Folks Boogie hits a little too close to home these days ). Good times...
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