Little Feat: Forum, London
Paul Lester, The Guardian, 13 September 2000
THERE WERE THREE groups who vividly chronicled life in post-Woodstock America. The Band sought refuge from the psychedelic intensity of the period in the country's roots. Steely Dan had at least one eye on the future. Then there were Little Feat, who seemed to be the most comfortable in the here and now, making a new kind of party music out of blues, country, funk, R&B and rock'n'roll.
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