Directed by Howard Burke. With Paul Barrere, Sam Clayton, Lowell George, Kenny Gradney. Little Feat caught live at the Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, London, UK, at August 2nd 1977. One of four legendary shows at the Rainbow.
Waiting for Columbus (Expanded) by: Little Feat. Little Feat's lone official live album was chopped up for its initial CD release, with two tracks lopped off so it could fit on a single disc (they showed up, inexplicably, as bonus tracks on the CD issue of The Last Record Album). After years of neglect, the album was finally restored in 2002.
Barrere said Phish playing the Feats’ entire “Waiting for Columbus” album is among his favorite covers. “It’s nice having all these jam bands, like Gov’t Mule, Phish and Widespread.Litt'e Feat's debut album, while still pretty good, failed to sell well or crack the charts. Nowadays, that would be typical, but if you were signed to a big label like Warner Bros. and didn't sell well in 1971, this was bad news indeed. Luckily, 1972's Sailing Shoes managed to give the band some recognition, along with it being a huge improvement over the previous album. The band toned down.Little Feat T-Shirts on Redbubble are expertly printed on ethically sourced, sweatshop-free apparel and available in a huge range of styles, colors and sizes. Slim fit, order a size up if you’d like it less fitting.
In August 1977, Little Feat recorded a live album from gigs at the Rainbow Theatre in London and Lisner Auditorium in Washington, D.C. Waiting for Columbus is considered by many rock music critics to be one of the best live albums of all time, despite the fact that significant portions of George's vocals and slide work were over-dubbed later in the studio.Read More
I'll be willin'. to be movin' Well, I've been kicked by the wind Robbed by the sleet Had my head stoved in But I'm still on my feet And I'm still. willin' I smuggled some smokes And folks from Mexico Baked by the sun Every time I go to Mexico And I'm still. And I been from Tucson to Tucumcari Tehachapi to Tonapah Driven every kind of rig that's ever been made Driven the back roads So I.Read More
Earlier in the day, Little Feat, in tandem with Moe. and “artists at large” the Turkuaz Horns, revisited Feat’s classic 1978 live album “Waiting for Columbus,” which drew a big thumbs-up.Read More
Phish appreciated the band’s music so much they covered Waiting For Columbus, Little Feat’s 1978 live album, on Halloween 2010 in Atlantic City. The Playbill given to Phish fans for one of.Read More
Little Feat continued in that direction on Time Loves a Hero (1977), the double-live album Waiting for Columbus (1978), and Down on the Farm (1979). Frustrated with the band's increasingly improvisational and jazzy nature, George recorded a solo album, Thanks I'll Eat It Here, which was released in 1979. Following its release, George announced that Little Feat had broken up and he embarked on.Read More
Watch the video for Join the Band from Little Feat's Waiting for Columbus for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube Playback options.Read More
Little Feat - Dixie Chicken Little Feat - Down On The Farm Little Feat - Feats Don't Fail Me Now Little Feat - Little Feat Little Feat - Sailin' Shoes Little Feat - The Last Record Album Little Feat - Time Loves A Hero Little Feat - Waiting For Columbus Little Feat - Waiting For Columbus (bonus disc) Long John Baldry - Long John's Blues.Read More
Little Feat's final album with George, Down on the Farm, was released after his death in 1979. In 1981 a rarities collection called Hoy-Hoy! was also released. Members of Little Feat worked on various side projects and had stints in other bands after Little Feat broke up, but in 1988 Payne, Barrere, Hayward and Gradney decided to reform the group.Read More
There are many famous album covers, but we’ve put together what we believe are the 100 greatest album covers. Find out which ones have made the cut.Read More
Pre-show speculation suggested they might play Frank Zappa’s Joe’s Garage or Genesis’ The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, but the band surprised everyone by performing a very unsurprising choice: Little Feat’s Waiting for Columbus. Little Feat’s 1978 live album included fan favorites from throughout their discography, making it a smart pick to showcase a relatively little-known band (at.Read More