Little Feat - Electrif Lycanthrope: Live at Ultra-Sonic Studios, 1974 [RSD Black Friday 2021] | RECORD STORE DAY
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Electrif Lycanthrope: Live at Ultra-Sonic Studios, 1974 [RSD Black Friday 2021]
Artist: Little Feat
Format: CD

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Label: Rhino Warner Records
Rel. Date: 11/26/2021
UPC: 081227943752

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Nestled between the classic LP releases Dixie Chicken and Feats Don’t Fail Me Now and performed for a small and intimate assembled studio audience, this recording finds Little Feat in their prime, live from Ultrasonic Studios in Hempstead, NY on September 9, 1974.

Often discussed as their ‘best’ line up, this recording features the 1974 version of Little Feat containing Lowell George (Guitar, Vocals), Paul Barrere (Guitar, Vocals), Kenny Gradney (Bass), Richie Hayward (Drums, Vocals) Sam Clayton (Percussion, Vocals), and Bill Payne (Keyboards). With excerpts of this performance only available previously as a legendary ‘70s bootleg, this RSD Black Friday release is the first time the full-length performance is available, directly from the original pre-FM broadcast master tapes, and serves as an excellent introduction to one of rock ‘n’ roll’s best – yet criminally unsung – outfits. The recording captures the band cranking out songs from what are arguably two of their three best studio albums, at the pinnacle of their chemistry.


The Fan
On Your Way Down
Spanish Moon
Skin It Back
Fat Man in the Bathtub
Rock and Roll Doctor
Oh Atlanta
Two Trains
Willin’
Oh Atlanta (Version 2)
Rock and Roll Doctor (Version 2)
Sailin’ Shoes
Cold, Cold, Cold
Dixie Chicken
Tripe Face Boogie