Little Feat Formed in Los Angeles in 1969 came a band that never got the recognition I feel they deserved. They made some great albums, and to try and label them is kind of hard to do, they are all over the place musically speaking. Lowell George was the chief songwriter of the early years, until his drug abuse finally led to a schism within the band and soon after he died of a heart attack in 1979. I only know the early version of the band up to "Waiting for Columbus", which ironically was the first record I heard by them. My brother bought it and I really enjoyed their eclectic sound so I picked up all of their early records except for "The Last Record Album". The musicianship is excellent, you have to play them a few times to really appreciate the ability of this band. They reformed a few years after George's death and enjoyed a lot of success touring and established a solid fan base with the blues-rock crowd, but for me when George died he took the "Unique" flavor of the band with him. I am open to suggestions for any of the later CD's if we have any fans here. The only Youtube vids are compilations, I'll look for a couple of songs to post tomorrow, even if I have to upload them myself. The debut album, it has to rank among the best undiscovered gems of the early 70's. I have to apologize to my buddy EB, this was my 3rd "Southern Rock" band we have been chatting about and they were based in Los Angeles, but they have a definite...southern flavor to me so I have always lumped them with Skynyrd, ARS, the Allmans, etc. I have one other band I could write a thread for, but I'm leaving them for Magic seeing she is a bigger fan than I am of their music.