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Little Feat & Friends/Little Feat: Join the Band [#3]

Audio Samples

>Fat Man in the Bathtub - (featuring Dave Matthews)
>Something in the Water - (featuring Bob Seger)
>Dixie Chicken - (featuring Chris Robinson)
>See You Later Alligator - (featuring Emmylou Harris)
>Champion of the World - (featuring Jimmy Buffett)
>Weight, The - (featuring Vince Gill)
>Don't Ya Just Know It - (featuring Brooks & Dunn)
>Time Loves a Hero - (featuring Jimmy Buffett)
>Willin' - (featuring Mike Gordan)
>This Land Is Your Land - (featuring Inara George)
>Oh Atlanta
>Spanish Moon - (featuring Vince Gill)
>Trouble - (featuring Béla Fleck)
>Sailin' Shoes

Track List

>Fat Man in the Bathtub - (featuring Dave Matthews)
>Something in the Water - (featuring Bob Seger)
>Dixie Chicken - (featuring Chris Robinson)
>See You Later Alligator - (featuring Emmylou Harris)
>Champion of the World - (featuring Jimmy Buffett)
>Weight, The - (featuring Vince Gill)
>Don't Ya Just Know It - (featuring Brooks & Dunn)
>Time Loves a Hero - (featuring Jimmy Buffett)
>Willin' - (featuring Mike Gordan)
>This Land Is Your Land - (featuring Inara George)
>Oh Atlanta
>Spanish Moon - (featuring Vince Gill)
>Trouble - (featuring Béla Fleck)
>Sailin' Shoes

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

Little Feat's 2008 release "Join The Band" showcases the very best of their 40-year long career with a stellar list of guest stars, (Jimmy Buffet, Dave Matthews, Emmylou Harris, Chris Robinson, Bob Seger, Vince Gill, Bela Fleck, Brooks & Dunn, Sonny Landreth, Mike Gordon, Jim Mayer, & Inara George), capturing the energy of one of Rock's great live bands!

Album Reviews:

Record Collector (magazine) (p.98) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] mighty fine album....Leaping new treatments of favourites such as 'Oh Atlanta,' 'Dixie Chicken,' and a joyous 'Fat Man In The Bathtub' are rich and powerful."

Album Notes

On 2008's appropriately titled JOIN THE BAND, the veteran rock act Little Feat revisits many of its signature tunes and takes on a few covers, aided and abetted by famous friends and fans such as Dave Matthews, Bob Seger, Jimmy Buffett, and Vince Gill. Highlights include a rollicking rendition of "Something in the Water" and a deft version of the Band's ever-poignant "The Weight."



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