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Little Feat / Feats Don't Fail Me Know
Warner Bros. Records BS-2784 (1974)(US) Standard issue Record. "Feats Don't Fail Me Know" is probably Little Feat's best all around album.
It still has the Southern-funk rock sound they had established but with tougher rhythms and more guitar and keyboards. It's a record the band
would pattern the rest of their career by. The Record and Cover are in great (Very Good++) condition...$8.00

Little Feat Feats Don't Fail Me Know lp
                               
Little Feat Last Record Album lp
Little Feat / The Last Record Album (Promo)
Warner Bros. Records BS-2884 (1975)(US) Promotional issue Record. With the release of "The Last Record Album", Little Feat pretty much tell
the story with a record that stays true to their previous release with a bit less cooperation from Lowell George. Paul Barrere & Bill Payne contribute
the classic Little Feat song, "All That You Dream" and Lowell George's stunning "Long Distance Love" and the uplifting "Mercenary Territory"
make the album worth owning. The Record (promo label) and Cover (promo sticker on front) are in great (Very Good++) condition...$20.00

Little Feat / The Last Record Album
ALSO available is a standard issue record in excellent (Very Good++ to Mint-) shape...$8.00



Little Feat / Time Loves A Hero
Warner Bros. Records BS-3015 (1977)(US) Standard issue Record. "Time Loves A Hero" was Little Feat's album where their long extended rock
fusion jams really took root as a future direction of the bands. Lowell George was dropping out of the picture more because of it and was
also getting strung out on drugs pretty bad. He only contributes "Rocket In My Pocket" and the collaboration with Paul Barrere on "Keepin'
Up with The Joneses". The Record and Cover (in shrinkwrap) are in great (Mint-) condition...$8.00

Little Feat Time Loves A Hero lp
                               
Little Feat Down On The Farm lp
Little Feat / Down On The Farm
Warner Bros. Records HS-3345 (1979)(US) Standard issue Record. "Down On The Farm" is Little Feat's last album with Lowell George
who was now spending much of his time working on his solo album, "Thanks, I'll Eat It Here". While on the road in support of his record,
he suffered a heart-attack and died leaving Little Feat to finish their album without him.
The Record and Cover are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$6.00



Little Feat / Let It Roll
Warner Bros. Records 25750 (1988)(US) Standard issue Record. Little Feat's reunion album "Let It Roll" without Lowell George was the best
the band had sounded since way back with "Feats Don't Fail Me Know". Reuniting with Craig Fuller, the band put out a smashing and lively
recording with lots of great material including the title track and the hit "Hate To Lose Your Lovin'".
The Record and Cover are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$6.00



Little Feat / Ainít Had Enough Fun (Audiophile)
Classic/Zoo Records 11097 (1995)(US) Limited Edition Sealed Double Record on HQ-180 Audiophile vinyl. The addition of a female voice
(Shaun Murphy, who can imitate longtime Feat booster Bonnie Raitt) allows for greater variety in lyric-writing and some entertaining
call-and-response singing, however, and more important, it begins to free the group from the ghost of Lowell George. "Ain't Had Enough Fun"
is a worthy addition to their catalog. The Records and Gatefold Cover are in excellent (Mint) condition...$25.00

Little Feat Ainít Had Enough Fun Audiophile lp




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