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Dixie Chicken

By: Little Feat

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Los Angeles' Little Feat served up a polymorphic gumbo of New Orleans funk, southern boogie, and blues rock with the soulful slide guitar, worn voice, and tremendous country-tinged songwriting of leader Lowell George as its main ingredients. Founded by George and pianist Bill Payne in 1969, Little Feat released a couple of straighter blues rock albums before embracing an infectious, Meters-like groove in their rhythm section (Roy Estrada and Richie Hayward of the Mothers of Invention). Despite a run of critically acclaimed albums throughout the '70s--and George's continuing excellence as a songwriter--the band broke up in 1979 shortly after George died. Reformed versions of Little Feat continued to release records and tour in the ensuing decades.

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DISC 1 for Dixie Chicken Album By Little Feat Amazon.com CD Universe
1   Dixie Chicken (LP Version) Buy  
2   Two Trains (LP Version) Buy  
3   Roll Um Easy (LP Version) Buy  
4   On Your Way Down (LP Version) Buy  
5   Kiss It Off (LP Version) Buy  
6   Fool Yourself (LP Version) Buy  
7   Walkin' All Night (LP Version) Buy  
8   Fat Man In The Bathtub (LP Version) Buy  
9   Juliette (LP Version) Buy  
10   Lafayette Railroad (LP Version) Buy  

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Album Description

Japanese only SHM-CD (Super High Material CD - playable on all CD players) pressing. Warner.

Product Notes

Everything came together for Little Feat''s third album. An expanded lineup gave the Feat a more supple rhythmic base, Lowell George penned some of his strongest numbers, and they developed an oozy studio sound that suited them to a T. The title track, "Fat Man in a Bathtub," and "Two Trains" distilled compounded rhythms, wailing background vocals, and adroit wordplay into an intoxicating soul-rock swill. In many ways, Dixie Chicken stands as a kind of kissing cousin to the Rolling Stones'' Exile on Main Street, which hit the streets one year earlier. While not as expansive as the Stones'' magnum opus, its highlights are every bit as spectacular. --Steve Stolder

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