Little Feat Live from Neon Park (2-CD)
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- Number of Discs: 2
- Released: June 22, 2018
- Originally Released: 1996
- Label: Retroworld
Entertainment Weekly - 6/21/96, p.67"...the [Lowell] George-less Feat boast expressive might, songcraft smarts, and unique, fluent SoCal-cum-Crescent City grooves. The group's live double CD nicely documents their roiling goods, even as it reminds us, again, of what's missing." - Rating: B
Tracks on Disc 1:
- 2.Two Trains
- 3.Spanish Moon/Skin It Back
- 4.Rock and Roll Everynight
- 5.Down on the Farm, Willin'
- 6.Hate to Lose Your Lovin'
- 7.Can't Be Satisfied/They're Red Hot (Hot Tamales) [Medley]
- 8.Cadillac Hotel, Changin' Luck
- 9.You're Taking Up Another Man's Place
- 10.Oh Atlanta
Tracks on Disc 2:
- 1.Texas Twister
- 2.Fat Man in the Bathtub
- 3.Representing the Mambo
- 4.Long Distance Love
- 5.Rad Gumbo
- 6.Dixie Chicken
- 7.Feats Don't Fail Me Now
- 8.Sailin' Shoes
- 9.Let It Roll/High Roller [Acoustic]
Little Feat: Paul Barrere (guitar, vocals); Fred Tackett (guitar, mandolin, trumpet); Bill Payne (keyboards, vocals); Kenny Gradney (bass); Richie Hayward (drums, vocals); Sam Clayton, Shaun Murphy (percussion, vocals).
Additional personnel: Craig Fuller (vocals, mandolin); Inara George (vocals); Miles Tackett (guitar); Joel Tepp (clarinet); Piero Mariani (electronic percussion).
The Texicali Horns: David Woodford (tenor & baritone saxophones); Joe Sublett (tenor saxophone); Darrell Leonard (trumpet).
Recorded live at Roseland Theater, Portland, Oregon on December 12-13, 1995; Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, California on December 14, 1995; House Of Blues, Los Angeles, California on December 19-20, 1995. Includes liner notes by Paul Barrere.
Live from Neon Park is an exhaustive double-disc live set recorded on the tour supporting Ain't Had Enough Fun, the first Little Feat album that featured vocalist Shaun Murphy. The double disc features all of the band's best-known material, from "Dixie Chicken" to "Let It Roll." The Feat have always been one of the best live rootsy rock bands, so they naturally give inspired performances, even if they occasionally sound like they've performed these songs one too many times. Still, dedicated Little Feat fans will find this to be an entertaining memento of the latter-day edition of the band. ~ Thom Owens
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