Thursday, October 25, 2012

January 30, 1975
Jaap Edenhall, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Part of "The Warner Brothers Music Show '75" - Little Feat, Montrose and Tower Of Power

Audience recording, very good quality
mp3 @ 320 kbps

Here's a great Little Feat Show from their classic early days that has only recently surfaced (thanks to taper Hans Devente). Although it has been featured on several other blogs already, it was too good to not post here, too. Although not quite up to the exquisite sound quality of the Ultrasonic sessions previously posted here, this is nonetheless an excellent audience recording, with very good sound, and a great performance. And although it consists of mostly the same songs as the Ultrasonic sets, it is always great to hear different live performances of these gems. This set is also enhenced by the inclusion of the soundcheck set, which provides a glimpse at their pre-show warmup, which also includes some casual 'funk' and 'fusion' jammin'. So, it's a great new addition to the Little Feat live collections.

01. "A" Funk groove
02. "A" Fusion groove
03. Tuning of the oscillators / getting Kenny's levels
04. Skin It Back mic check, band check
05. Rock and Roll Doctor
06. Spanish Moon
07. Truck Stop Girl... "How we doin'? OK. Good!"

Set List:
01. Crowd/Intro
02. A Apolitical Blues
03. Two Trains
04. On Your Way Down
05. Walkin' All Night
06. Skin It Back >
07. Fat Man In The Bathtub
08. Rock and Roll Doctor
09. Oh Atlanta
10. Sailin' Shoes
11. Cold Cold Cold >
12. Dixie Chicken (tape flip)
13. Dixie Chicken (conclusion) >
14. Tripe Face Boogie > Bill Payne solo > Bag Of Reds > Tripe Face Boogie (conclusion)
15. Willin'
16. Introducing Tower Of Power Horns and Chester Thompson (clavinet)
17. Spanish Moon (with Tower Of Power Horns and Chester Thompson on clavinet) >
18. Teenage Nervous Breakdown
19. The Fan

Little Feat_1975-01-30_Amsterdam_FLAC.rar


sealy said...

This looks like a cracker...welcome back to new posting!!!!

tut said...

thanks so much...sluggo

La Piazza Gancio said...

Thanks for this.

Little Feat are huge in my estimation!