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Lowell George

As Little Feat was disbanding in late 1978, their lead guitarist/songwriter Lowell George recorded a solo album, Thanks I'll Eat It Here, that sounded as loose and funky as the band in their prime. After its release the following year, he set out on tour to support the album. Sadly, George died of a heart attack while on the road; he left behind a body of gritty, eclectic, and funky rock & roll. On the first five Little Feat albums, his songwriting and instrumental talents are more apparent than on his solo effort, yet that doesn't detract from the record's pleasures. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Track List: Lightning-Rod Man

1. Lightning-Rod Man

2. Lost

3. Candy Cane Madness

4. Slow Down

5. Smile, Let Your Life Begin

6. The Loved One

7. Sleep Tonight

8. No Place I'd Rather Be

9. Hey Girl

10. Changes

11. Candy Cane Madness (Live)

12. Crack In Your Door

13. Teenage Nervous Breakdown

14. Framed

15. Juliet

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Track List: Thanks I'll Eat It Here

1. What Do You Want The Girl To Do?

2. Honest Man

3. Two Trains

4. I Can't Stand The Rain

5. Cheek To Cheek

6. Easy Money

7. 20 Million Things

8. Find A River

9. Himmler's Ring

10. Heartache

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rtaylor51437
Colgate University with Little Feat, couple thousand people maybe....pri c e l e s s
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The day Lowell died I was 21 and I cried thinking of all the incredible music we would never get to hear. That was a first, crying at the death of someone I didn't personally know. I was lucky to have seen him several times at Little Feat shows and a week before he died (6/22/79) at the Hard Rock Cafe Stage West in West Hartford, CT. I can still see him on stage pointing and then hooking his forefinger while singing The easier it looks, the hotter it hooks. Viva Lowell George!
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It is amazing how many albums for other bands he produced or played on. He was truly master of rhythm and the rock n roll king. The Dr. of Soul had his very own thing..
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Have seen feet several times but never with George I missed a lot
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Alsbar Used to go see the feat many times in DC while I was in the coast guard in the mid seventies many great shows and good times. Never new who would just wander on stage and sit in, Bonnie Raitte comes to mind with that slide OMG.
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Santa Barbara County Bowl. Best concert I can remember. 1978? What a talented group
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Saw Feat at the Shrine auditorium in LA in 1978. Greatest show ever. When he toured for his solo album, he scheduled five shows for LA, had tickets for all five shows. Sadly, one week before showtime, he died. Yes, he was a hard rocker, and always had his bottle of Jack on stage, but "tight is right", his mantra. Have seen Feat many times since, but never the same.
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I am 57. My father died 2 weeks before George did. Needless to say I lost my mentor, my compass and then the man who led my favorite band. all too soon, but both were worth living a full life. 5 kids later, still sailin' away
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I will always treasure the memory of the phat-man with a little guitar in a pair of osh-gosh overalls casting his energy across the stage- light on his feet and heavy on musical talent- Little Feat though good wasn't the same without him
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I miss this. Mr George was involved in a lot of my soundtrack as a kid.
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Feat at Oxford plains speedway main
The sounds of the keyboard echoed through the woods and brought us fans like the pied piper
Best show ever!!!
They out did jerry that knight
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For me Lowell George singularly saved Rock & Roll in the 70's, that is until Tom Petty could come along, dammit! Love the George man!
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I love Lowell George. I always loved if you wanna be my friend, be one now..Down on the Farm is one of my favorite of all times. Long live the Feat.
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Saw Feat in Miami in '77 _Whoo!
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petrie16
https://www. l o b e r o . c o m / e v e n t s / s a f e t y - h a r b o r - k i d s - b e n e f i t / . Concert with Paul Barrere and Fred Tackett of Little Feat, with Inara George and Dishwalla in Sunny, warm Santa Barbara to benefit www.safetyha r b o r k i d s . o r g music programs. It's going to be a great concert and a fun party!
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Hey Leon Feat not feet come on man!
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My best memory is when my dad and I were the only ones to get invited to hang out with the whole band after a show 15 years ago in Allentown Pa...I was so starstruck to sit with all these legends . My dad to me to my first show when I was 13-and and every show since...I can't wait to take my 13 year old daughter next time they're at Penn's peak here in Jim Thorpe pa.
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No accounting for taste bob. Little Feat are one of the best bands that ever graced the rock and roll stage. Oh yea i almost forgot you hate on everything that has pure talent and soul.
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I always heard about how great Little Feat was. Then I heard their music. I thought it sucked and threw the LP in the trash and wished I had my $4.99 back.
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megankeough7 2 9
Miss you my friend, james.
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dmrjr22
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jeromef1
also at the acoustically perfect Irvine Auditorium at Penn. Stage manager was Brother in Law. Perfect Seats 7th row/center. Lowell the band and Tower of Power left a life long impression. One of the few of the many concerts I can remember.
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Amen to that Mr.Hopkins ! When all is said and done, you know where to find him.....
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dhopkins0035
Lowell's "Body of Work" will always be a "Long Distance Love"!
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timnaswo
Richmond, Virginia at the acoustically perfect Mosque with the Tower of Power horn section...wh o o - h o o !
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Only saw LG & Feet @ Vanderbilt, u. Being a drummer, I instantly became a fan of Richie Hayward. Still consider him in that. Still remember Lowell rated back on a sort of stool playing one of his fantastic 'slide leads' with those white coverhauls. There was so much pot smoke in the auditorium, you didn't even need any of your own. There were so many police standing on the perimeters. Nobody got busted! I guess what Billy Joel wrote covers it best. "Only the good die young."
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One of my greatest Rock 'n Roll moments is when Lowell looked down from the stage, caught my eye and threw me a morrocca, which sits on a shelf in a place of honor today. Lowell will always be one of my heroes and I miss him still, all these years later.
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I saw them in Albany at SIenna College with the Fuller Caz Band. Front row. It was truly a pleasure to see the perform Live before Lowell left us.
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Saw Little Feat in Grand Rapids Michigan in the mid seventies with Little River Band great show
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Was fantastic leading Little Feat, but some of his best work was working with the great Robert Palmer. They produced each others records!
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mattydog5
Saw him on that last tour at the Bottom Line,NY . He looked pretty bad! Yes he was talented but alcohol was his demise
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used to own this on vinyl over thirty years ago,now I listen to it in cd format
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I have one thing to say,HE WAS GREAT
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When you got a lot of heart and a hungry soul,
Life ain't fair where ever you go...so you keep on...
Going to the next place, looking for a new head space
Thats where you'll find the music and poetry of Lowell George
Brother in Arms...Sweet Southern charms...
See Ya in Rock-N-Roll Heaven
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Groovy cat, sad I never got to see him before he died.
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I still hate Lowell for not taking better care of himself. One of my favorite musicians of all time. Love you Lowell.
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mattydog5
Saw him at Bottom Line right before he died. He liked pretty bad! Shame
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feets dont fail me now!!!!!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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Saw Lowell and the Feat a couple of times in Dallas. Memories of LG in those white overalls ripping up the stage brings a smile. I was crushed hearing of his death while out in San Francisco in 1979. LG was definately one of a kind! The Feat with Lowell were the funkiest band ever and sorely missed.
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this is bsolutely the best record of the seventies
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What great songs Lowell George wrote! Have always loved Little Feat! I remember discovering Thanks I'll Eat It Here and then found out Lowell had died -- I was heart broken!
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realy miss Lowel . Duane too
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sweeks1227
never missed them at celebrity theatre in phx!!!! always a fave!!!
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jarnold55
Saw Littel Feat at Meehan Auditorium at Brown Univ RI in 77 Pousette Dart opened. I was 16 and was a big fan ever since.
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dawn1916
King of Funky Whiteboy Music! slip2shore - jealous!
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slip2shore
Saw the Feat in LEX KY at MEM coliseun,apr i l 1977 and was an instant Fan .The next Day I was riding my bike around campus and stopped in Mamma mias pizza ,and there was Lowell in the back playing pinball with 2 hot chicks with a pitcher of beer on the machine and I said how much I liked the show ,and hung out with them a while. He was a real charachter and living larger than life.what a guy. Chuck Case
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One of my favorite all-time guitar solos is David Lindley's work on "Of Missing Persons," a tribute to Lowell George by his great friend Jackson Browne, on Hold Out. And that's how I came to Thanks I'll Eat It Here, unfortunatel y after LG had sung his last song. I love his version of RLJ's "Easy Money," and the amazing "Two Trains"! What a talent, what a waste, but how fortunate that we have this fantastic music!
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Lowell sang from my heart. I don't know how he did it. Always interesting and extremely unique...he loved the music as much as any artist I've ever listened to. Anyone who has not seen a live performance will never know what they missed.
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Lowell George was truly one the most talented, energetic creators of music and lyric ever. The best of the best. I now loop guys like JJ Cale and Stevie Ray vaughn, Leon russell and several others into that mix. Great music then and now! Lowell...you are missed!
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George and the "Feat" pretty much created a new genre from Southern Rock & the Blues. I saw Little Feat while attending college at a small venue in Kalamazoo, MI not long after George died. I dragged my die-hard rock & roll cousin to the show and it opened up a whole new world of music for him. Despite all the personnel changes throughout the years, Little Feat continues to impress.
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