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Customer reviews. Customer images. See all customer images. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase. In addition to the title track, it's got Lowell George classics, the hard charging "Two Trains" and the contemplative late afternoon rumination "Roll um Easy" as well as his bitter, pointed time capsule "Kiss it Off" featuring ominous dark Walkin All Night - Little Feat - Dixie Chicken Teaching Little Fingers To Play - Garbage - Strange Little Birds (Vinyl, LP, LP, Album) courtesy of Malcolm Cecil's Moog, that summarizes as well as any song written during the Richard "milquetoast Hitler" Nixon Watergate era.
Add a great cover of Allen Crazy Afrobeat - Various - The Rough Guide To Afrobeat Revival poignant Walkin All Night - Little Feat - Dixie Chicken , the heavily syncopated New Orleans gem "On Your Way Down" and you have a hell of a side one!
Side two is equally strong, opening with Fred Tackett's "Fool Yourself. By the time this album was recorded, the group's shifting personnel had stabilized, with Barrere and George sharing guitar chores, Bill Payne handling keyboards, Kenny Gradney on bass and the potent percussive duo of Sam Clayton on congas and Richie Hayward on drums.
The result is a tight, tight, funky effort that captured the mood of a broad swath of disaffected young people. Add some great additional support on backing vocals by Bonnies Raitt and Bramlett and others, plus additional musical contributions and you have a fully fleshed out studio effort that cemented the band's image and its place in the musical fermament of the time. A great choice for a reissue from Mobile Fidelity but somethings' terribly wrong here sonically.
This Mobile Fidelity reissue is beyond dark. It's thick and dull. I have no doubt Mobile Fidelity got the master tape. But this record's top end extension makes it sound as if it was sourced from a cassette played back on a machine with poorly aligned playback heads. If that's really what the tape sounded like, I think Mobile Fidelity should have passed on this reissue.
But i am afraid part of the problem are the choices made during mastering. The Waiting For Columbus reissue also reviewed this month tended toward dark and dull, particularly compared to the original Mobile Fidelity reissue, but one could argue that that one was too bright and too "airy.
If they thought that record Walkin All Night - Little Feat - Dixie Chicken dull, wait until they hear this one. It is devoid of high frequency response. Again, the original isn't exactly a sparkly, crystalline affair, but it does have some air and some transient sharpness.
Little Feat had been rolling along quite well by A promising debut Little Feat and a very even and fantastic record later Sailin' Shoesthey hit the mainstream in a big way with their 3rd album, 's Dixie Chicken. When Roy Estrada left the band, Lowell George and company decided to revamp the lineup. Gone are the weird psychedelic experiments Walkin All Night - Little Feat - Dixie Chicken the previous records, and in it's place are funky laid-back rock songs with terrific hooks.
Dixie Chicken still has the lyrical oddities and eccentricities of the earlier releases, but in their wake is a great collection of tunes, arguably the best the band has ever written. The songs are easy to remember, but at the same time, they are highly sophisticated and has some very deep interplay between all the band members.
The title track alone is one of the highlights of the band's career, a slow funky jam with terrific slide playing by George.
Lowell doesn't get all the spotlight, Oh! Darling - Ringo And The Roundheads* - Choose Ringo course. Bill Payne has really stepped up on this album and has delivered the Stones swagger of Walkin' All Night. Also, guest writer Fred Tackett gave the band Fool Yourself, one of the best songs the Eagles never wrote The Eagles only wish they could sound this Walkin All Night - Little Feat - Dixie Chicken . A fantastic Allen Toussaint cover rounds out the album too, All Your Way Down, with some very cool and relaxed playing, but still played with menace and foreboding.
Little Feat, along with many jam bands of that era, tried to top this album, but this is the cream of the crop. This is the first perfect Little Feat album, and, unfortuantly, it would only go downhill from here. But this album is perfect from beginning to end.
Buy if you love good rock and roll. For Lowell George and Little Feat, this third album was the charm. Dixie Chicken, originally released inwas and still remains the band's best studio album and greatest overall achievement.
George's songwriting was at a peak, his vocals would never be better, and the band itself was on fire. A number of the Feat's all-time classics first appeared on this disc: Two Trains, Roll Um Easy, Fat Man in the Bathtub, and the oft-covered title track leading the way. Lowell George, another of the would-be greats, another one who burned out far too soon. These guys write wrote the book for tasty, well played southern funk-rock.
Lowell George, R. Roll Um Easy and Dixie Chicken are two you can start with. But there ain't a bum steer in the bunch. I can't believe the studio masters were that bad. No dynamic range whatsoever. By comparison, their live double album, Waiting for Columbus CD, is truly awesome.
Reminds me what analog audio recording was capable of.
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