Little Feat And Friends – Join The Band

All-star jam with the remaining Feat

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Little Feat died as a creative entity with the demise of Lowell George in 1979, but the current incarnation has been jamming, virtually uninterrupted, for the last 20 years.

They can certainly play, though this set – assisted by famous pals such as an uncharacteristically fruity Emmylou Harris (on Sailing Shoes) and Nashville hitmakers Brooks and Dunn and Vince Gill – is a largely self-congratulatory tour of past glories.

The exceptions are a fine Champion of the World (with Jimmy Buffet), and Trouble, beautifully sung by Lowell’s daughter Inara George.
ALASTAIR McKAY

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