LITTLE FEAT - MAINE 1988

December 18, 2018 – 3:20 am

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LITTLE FEAT
Maine 1988 [Charlie Miller Transfer, 1CD]

Live at the Oxford Plains Speedway, Oxford Plains, ME; July 2, 1988. Very good soundboard.

Little Feat opened for the Grateful Dead. An audience recording of this show had also circulated among fans.

Thanks to uk_mutt for sharing the show at The Traders’ Den.

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Track 01. Soundcheck 7:13
Track 02. Introduction 0:28
Track 03. Fat Man In The Bathtub 4:52
Track 04. All That You Dream 5:17
Track 05. Spanish Moon 4:19
Track 06. Oh Atlanta 4:30
Track 07. Rock And Roll Doctor 4:28
Track 08. Hate To Lose Your Lovin’ 4:49
Track 09. Let It Roll 4:28
Track 10. Old Folks Boogie 5:33
Track 11. Dixie Chicken 12:28
Track 12. Tripe Face Boogie 2:07
Track 13. Encore Break 1:39
Track 14. Feats Don’t Fail Me Now 4:36
67 mins

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  1. 26 Responses to “LITTLE FEAT - MAINE 1988”

  2. Barrere/Guitar
    Tackett/Guitar
    Fuller/Guitar
    Gradney/Bass
    Payne/Keys
    Hayward/Drums
    Clayton/Percussion

    They all sing…turn this UP!!!

    By Don In Fremont on Dec 18, 2018

  3. Lowell was the man. Tackett is a fine guitarist but whatever this is, however good it is, it ain’t Little Feat.

    The band missed a trick by not recruiting Mark Farmer.

    By Brian Griffin on Dec 18, 2018

  4. Or, indeed, Mark Farner.

    By Brian Griffin on Dec 18, 2018

  5. Mark Farner in Little Feat???

    You eat Stewie’s soiled diaper before you made that comment, Brian?

    Your chin missed out by not recruiting these nuts on it, Brian.

    Moron.

    By Brian Griffin Moron on Dec 18, 2018

  6. Sorry but without Lowell George. It’s not Little Feet .

    By Bill on Dec 18, 2018

  7. Just my opinion

    By Bill on Dec 18, 2018

  8. If you’re going to make a comment, even a derogatory and imbecilic one like you have here, here’s a bit of advice:

    Learn to spell the fucking name of the band correctly.

    It’s “Little FEAT”, not “FEET”.

    Get

    By Paco Prior on Dec 18, 2018

  9. Sir , that’s your complaint ? This isn’t a punctuality test but a comments section to express opinions on music . There was nothing derogatory about the comment, in my opinion this band is not Little Feat ( Happy now ? ) without the great Lowell George , just like Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers wouldn’t be the same band without Petty , The Who without Pete ‘ Doors without Morrison etc , none would be the same bands .

    By Bill on Dec 18, 2018

  10. allmächd ham dai a gschmarri drauf
    greetings from germany

    By Ludwig Haas on Dec 18, 2018

  11. @ BRIAN - DO NOT MAKE ME PULL THE CAR OVER TO THE SIDE OF THE ROAD…..GODDAMMIT!
    NOW APOLOGIZE TO YOUR BROTHER AND TELL HIM HE’S NOT GAY.

    By Darth Plastic on Dec 18, 2018

  12. Rumor has it Lowell had a big un

    By U L E on Dec 18, 2018

  13. Rumor also has it he was usually too drunk or high to use it properly.

    By U L E on Dec 18, 2018

  14. Lowell had an average Coc and a very thin girth . He would occasionally put a sock in his pants before he went onstage so maybe that’s where the rumor got started

    By Bebe on Dec 18, 2018

  15. Lowell was usually high backstage as were the other band members ‘ and none of them had big Cocs so it was too me a major disappointment.

    By Bebe on Dec 18, 2018

  16. Didn’t Robert Plant and Elvis put socks in their pants too? A typical rock star thing to do .

    By C Tony on Dec 18, 2018

  17. Elvis was small so he may have had to . But Robert Plant ? Hell no . That was all Bob baby . The real deal . I should know .

    By Bebe on Dec 18, 2018

  18. I WAS THERE FOR THE WEEKEND THE FEAT SOUNDED GREAT AND AS I WAS JUST STARTING TO ENJOY MY LSD BUZZ FOR THE DEAD, FEAT KICKED IN WOW AFTER SEEING THEM LOTS OF TIMES THEY SOUNDED SO MUCH BETTER TRIPPING ON ACID.

    By Carolyn king Pierce on Dec 18, 2018

  19. For the record ‘ I screwed just as many rock stars as Bebe ‘ I just never was a playboy playmate which is why she gets all the publicity. Lucky bitch

    By Groupie Chick Traci on Dec 18, 2018

  20. Hey Hey,

    Can you imagine Mark Farner singing Willin’?

    That would freak Ms. King Pearce into a bad trip, acid or no acid…Carolyn, is your Dad still on his serial killer trip?

    By Brian Griffin on Dec 19, 2018

  21. I saw this version of Little Feat. I did not see them with Lowell George. While I agree that Lowell was the man, this version of the band still rocks. The keys are prominent in the music and Billy Payne is still there as well as the other original memebers.
    I’m pretty sure at this point in time (1988) Mark Farner was singing Christian music or something.
    He’s back to playing rock, esp Grand Funk RR covers because he needs cash.

    By steve22 on Dec 19, 2018

  22. 19 Dec 1978
    I was recording In Through the Out Door at Polar Studios, Stockholm
    Midway through the final week at Polar Studios in Stockholm with a few guitar overdubs and the final mixes undertaken, I was now well on the way to completing what would become Led Zeppelin’s final studio album, to be titled ‘In Through the Out Door’ — Robert Plant’s title.

    By Jimmy Page on Dec 19, 2018

  23. I don’t know about morons, but some on here seem to have had a sense of humour transplant.

    Lighten up, it’s holidays soon!

    By Brian Griffin on Dec 19, 2018

  24. Thought I’d add my 2 cents on this one. Lowell George is indeed a legend. He could never be replaced. Singing on this comeback tour and album is Craig Fuller. Craig was the original lead singer of Pure Prairie League. Remember Amie?? Anyway, after that 2nd album, he was jailed for 6 months for draft evasion and after that had parole or whatever and lost his place as the lead in PPL. That’s why Pure Prairie League were never the same after that wonderful 2nd album, Bustin’ Out, even though they had Vince Gill singing in later incantations of the band. In the late 80’s Fuller joined Little Feat and they had the most unlikely of comebacks with the Let It Roll album. This is one of their best albums, up there with Dixie Chicken and Feats Don’t Fail Me Now. Check it out if you haven’t already. Thanks Big O for yet another great post. Best music site on the net!!

    By Big Dave on Dec 20, 2018

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    By Sumdh Umfuqh on Dec 23, 2018

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    By Sumdh Umfuqh on Dec 23, 2018

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