Little Feat Download
Sep 1, 1988 (Early)Fillmore Auditorium (San Francisco, CA)
Little Feat Download
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Total Length:
1:37:17
Copyright:
© Wolfgang's Vault

Little Feat Download

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What Makes Our Downloads Great

Our downloads are all from master recordings owned by Wolfgang's Vault, an archive built from more than a dozen historic collections spanning a wide spectrum of musical genres and legendary performers.

We have painstakingly restored every tape using the highest quality analog-to-digital converters available and the light engineering touch we’ve come to be known for that makes you feel like you were at the show.

All song files are high-quality 320k mp3s, delivered to you in a single zip file. If you haven't used a zip file before, it’s quite simple. On most computers you can just double-click on the zip file to extract it to a folder containing the mp3 song files, which you can then drag into iTunes or whatever library you use.

Sample this concert
  1. 1Band Introduction00:59
  2. 2Fat Man In The Bathtub04:40
  3. 3Spanish Moon03:58
  4. 4Skin It Back05:12
  5. 5All That You Dream05:33
  6. 6Interlude00:54
  7. 7Oh, Atlanta04:27
  8. 8On Your Way Down05:43
  9. 9Hate To Lose Your Lovin'04:49
  10. 10Cajun Girl04:40
  11. 11Down On The Farm06:45
  12. 12Time Loves A Hero05:24
  13. 13Rock & Roll Doctor04:29
  14. 14Let It Roll04:38
  15. 15Band Introduction04:25
  16. 16Old Folks Boogie05:33
  17. 17Dixie Chicken09:54
  18. 18Tripe Face Boogie06:38
  19. 19Willin'03:53
  20. 20Feats Don't Fail Me Now04:43
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Item Number:
  • 8945-4146-AD
Date:
  • Sep 1, 1988 (Early)
Venue:
Sample this concert
  1. 1Band Introduction00:59
  2. 2Fat Man In The Bathtub04:40
  3. 3Spanish Moon03:58
  4. 4Skin It Back05:12
  5. 5All That You Dream05:33
  6. 6Interlude00:54
  7. 7Oh, Atlanta04:27
  8. 8On Your Way Down05:43
  9. 9Hate To Lose Your Lovin'04:49
  10. 10Cajun Girl04:40
  11. 11Down On The Farm06:45
  12. 12Time Loves A Hero05:24
  13. 13Rock & Roll Doctor04:29
  14. 14Let It Roll04:38
  15. 15Band Introduction04:25
  16. 16Old Folks Boogie05:33
  17. 17Dixie Chicken09:54
  18. 18Tripe Face Boogie06:38
  19. 19Willin'03:53
  20. 20Feats Don't Fail Me Now04:43
Total Length:
1:37:17
Copyright:
© Wolfgang's Vault

Liner Notes

Bill Payne - keyboards, vocals; Paul Barrere - vocals, lead guitar; Ritchie Hayward - drums, vocals; Kenny Gradney - bass, vocals; Sam Clayton - percussion; Craig Fuller - vocals, rhythm guitar; Fred Tackett - lead guitar, vocals

There was great anticipation when Little Feat arrived to play this Fillmore Auditorium gig on September 1, 1988. The group, made up of an all-star cast of top L.A. session players and backing musicians, had been acclaimed by some critics during its heyday in the mid-1970s as one of the finest rock bands in America. They had abruptly fallen apart in 1979, however, when front man Lowell George departed suddenly to release a solo album and launch a solo tour. Though he had announced that Little Feat had broken up, most members saw George's solo excursion as a temporary musical vacation from what had essentially become his rock 'n' roll day job. Then, the unexpected happened. George was found dead in a Virginia motel room the morning after a solo gig, from what was called a heart attack (though most familiar with George knew he had a history of drug abuse and believed the heart attack was caused by his heavy use of cocaine).

With George's death, it seemed, for nearly a decade, that Little Feat was condemned to remain a thing of the past. Eventually, however, tired of playing backup for the likes of Linda Ronstadt and James Taylor, the band's surviving members decided to regroup in 1988 - with new players Fred Tackett on guitar and Craig Fuller singing vocals (former lead singer of Pure Prairie League, who sounds remarkably like Lowell George) - and give it another go.

Critics and fans alike had no idea what to expect. But from the second they stepped on stage and began performing, Little Feat blew everyone away. The revised band was just as strong as the George-led version, and because Barrere and Payne had become the principle writers for the last few albums before the lineup disbanded in 1979 (and since Fuller could easily cover the songs George had originally sung), the creative transition was more or less seamless. Their strong new album, Let It Roll, continued to fan the flames.

This show marks Little Feat's return to the Bay Area. San Francisco had a strong fan base of the original band, so anticipation and excitement were clearly in the air that night. There are numerous highlights, but "Let It Roll," "Hate To Lose Your Lovin'," "Dixie Chicken" and "Feats Don't Fail Me Now" are nothing short of astonishing.

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