Little Feat The Last Record Album on 180g LP
Little Feat blended a wide range of musical styles to create a sound that's as indescribable as it is unforgettable. During the band's celebrated tenure with Warner Bros. Records it recorded nine studio albums between 1971 and 1990 that included such classic tracks as "Dixie Chicken," "Rocket in My Pocket," "Fat Man In the Bathtub" and "Willin'."
Singer-guitarist Lowell George and keyboardist Bill Payne formed the band in 1969 with drummer Richie Hayward and bassist Roy Estrada. The quartet recorded two acclaimed albums – its self-titled debut and Sailin' Shoes. Little Feat's sound and line-up evolved in 1972 when Kenny Gradney replaced Estrada on bass and the band added second guitarist Paul Barrere and percussionist Sam Clayton.
Over the next seven years, Little Feat recorded five studio albums and many of their greatest songs including the band's fifth full-length The Last Record Album. The 1975 effort served as the last release from the band's classic era and found them incorporating jazz into their diverse sonic brew for the first time. Includes the cornerstone cuts "All That You Dream," "Long Distance Love," and "Mercenary Territory."