|Genres:||Country & Bluegrass Pop / Rock Pop / Rock|
|Tags:||southern rock classic rock rock blues rock blues seen live|
|Decades:||1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s|
|Artist Compilations:||Travis Tritt (feat. Little Feat)|
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The compact rock n roll funk displayed by Little Feat put them out of step with other Californian rock bands of the early 70s. By combining elements of country, folk, blues, soul and boogie they unwittingly created a sound that became their own, and has to date never been replicated or bettered.
The original line-up of the band in 1969 comprised the brilliant slide guitarist Lowell George (Lowell Thomas George, 13 April 1945, Hollywood, California, USA, d. 29 June 1979, Arlington, Virginia, USA; guitar/vocals), who had already had experience with the earthy garage band the Standells and the Mothers Of Invention, Roy Estrada (b. 17 April 1943, Santa Ana, California, USA; bass), Bill Payne (b. 12 March 1949, Waco, Texas, USA; keyboards) and Richie Hayward (b. Richard Hayward, 6 February 1946, Clear Lake, Iowa, USA; drums). Although they signed to the mighty Warner Brothers Records in 1970, no promotional push was given to the band...