Warner Bros. publish Little Feat’s third album : ‘Dixie Chicken’ (1972)

Little Feat’s ‘Dixie Chicken’ is their third studio album produced by lead vocalist Lowell George, recorded late 1972 and released on January 25, 1973 by Warner Bros.

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Little Feat's 'Dixie Chicken' is their third studio album produced by lead vocalist Lowell George, recorded late 1972 and released on January 25, 1973 by Warner Bros. Track Listing : 1.Dixie Chicken (Lowell George, Fred Martin) - 03:55 . 2.Two Trains (Lowell George) - 03:06 . 3.Roll Um Easy (Lowell

Track Listing : 1.Dixie Chicken (Lowell George, Fred Martin) – 03:55 . 2.Two Trains (Lowell George) – 03:06 . 3.Roll Um Easy (Lowell George) – 02:30 . 4.On Your Way Down (Allen Toussaint) – 05:31 . 5.Kiss It Off (Lowell George) – 02:56 . 6.Fool Yourself (Fred Tackett) – 03:10 . 7.Walkin All Night (Paul Barrère, Bill Payne) – 03:35 (Lead Vocals: Barrere, Payne) . 8.Fat Man In The Bathtub (Lowell George) – 04:29 . 9.Juliette (Lowell George) – 03:20 . 10.Lafayette Railroad (Lowell George, Bill Payne) – 03:40

Musicians : Little Feat – Band . Paul Barrere – Guitar, Lead Vocals On (7) . Sam Clayton – Congas . Lowell George – Vocals, Guitar, Cowbell, Flute . Kenny Gradney – Bass . Richie Hayward – Drums, Vocals . Fred Tackett – Guitar . Bill Payne – Keyboards, Synthesizer, Lead On (7) . Malcolm Cecil – Synthesizer . Milt Holland – Tabla . Gloria Jones – Backing Vocals . Debbie Lindsey – Backing Vocals . Bonnie Raitt – Backing Vocals . Stephanie Spruill – Backing Vocals . Bonnie Bramlett – Backing Vocals . Tret Fure – Backing Vocals . Danny Hutton – Backing Vocals

Production : Produced By Lowell George . Robert Appere – Engineer . Michael Boshears – Engineer . Mike Boshears – Engineer

Package : Neon Park – Cover Art

Recorded Late 1972.

Released On January 25, 1973 By Warner Bros..

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SuperSeventies
Each side starts with the throttle wide open, then gradually winds down to a quiet, moody ending. So instead of the anticipated big finish, the album practically tiptoes away on a slide-dominated instrumental, “Lafayette Railroad.” […]

Rising Storm
My picks are the acoustic (and slide guitar) piece “Roll Um Easy” and the jumpin’ “Fool Yourself.” Both songs have the feel and style of Little Feat’s earlier triumphs. […]

allmusic
Partially due to the New Orleans infatuation, the album holds together better than Sailin’ Shoes and George takes full advantage of the band’s increased musical palette, writing songs that sound easy but are quite sophisticated, […]

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