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Lowell George

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Time Loves a Hero: Lowell George

Retrospective by Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, 30 August 2000

THE EAGLES SOLD more records and Steely Dan went down better with intellectuals, but the best American band of the 1970s was Little Feat, led ...

Lowell George hangs up his sailing shoes

Obituary by David Hepworth, uncredited writer, Sounds, 7 July 1979

LOWELL GEORGE, founder and leader of Little Feat, collapsed and died in Washington DC last Friday. Thirty-four-year-old George, father of four children, had just started ...

Lowell George: Artists Salute

Report by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 8 July 1979

GRAHAM PARKER'S salute to Lowell George at the close of his Santa Monica Civic concert last weekend symbolized the respect the rock community held for ...

Lowell George: Thanks I'll Eat It Here

Review by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 3 June 1979

THE IMMINENT RELEASE or this, the first solo LP by Little Feat mainstay Lowell George, was a rumor in good standing among certain segments of ...

Lowell George: Thanks I'll Eat It Here (Warner Bros. K56487)***

Review by Giovanni Dadomo, Sounds, 7 April 1979

WITH HIS powerfully sentient vocals, frequently marrow-moving guitar-work and considerable song-writing capacity, it wouldn't be doing his fellow musicians too much of an injustice to ...

Lowell George: Time Loves A Hero

Interview by Jim Sullivan, Sweet Potato, July 1979

IT'S EERIE and disturbing news to learn about the death of someone with whom you had enjoyed a long and enjoyable conversation just a few ...

Lowell's retreat from Little Feat

Interview by John Swenson, Rolling Stone, 14 July 1977

WASHINGTON DC. — "When we really get going we can play music as complex as Weather Report or Herbie Hancock," Little Feat pianist Bill Payne ...

Van Dyke Parks

Interview by John Tobler, Hot Wacks, 9 November 1973

...with contributions from Lowell George and Pete Frame. ...

Lowell George: A Feat Of His Own

Review and Interview by Mark Leviton, Blank Space, December 1978

FOR YEARS, fans of Little Feat have heard rumours about a solo album being prepared by Lowell George, the group's main songwriter, lead guitarist and ...

Fear and Loathing in Little Feat?

Report and Interview by Max Bell, New Musical Express, 3 September 1977


Lowell George: Time Loves a Hero

Retrospective by Michael Simmons, MOJO, May 2010

A '70s guitar visionary and genius songwriter, Lowell George of Little Feat is rock's lost star. Michael Simmons pays tribute. ...

Lowell George & The Factory: Lightning Rod Man

Review by Mick Houghton, MOJO, November 1993

I WAS FORTUNATE enough to meet Lowell George close on 20 years ago. He was a charming great bear-like man rumpled and a little worse ...

Lowell George: Thanks I'll Eat It Here (Warner Brothers)

Review by Paul Rambali, New Musical Express, 7 April 1979

THE REAL name of this album is 'Thank You! I'll Eat It Here!' which was the original name of Little Feat's Sailin' Shoes and applied, ...

Lowell George: Festive Wake for an Enigma

Report and Interview by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 4 August 1979

"I FEEL LIKE I'm in an old MGM photo," cracked Bonnie Raitt as she and the other participants in tonight's "Tribute to Lowell George" concert ...

Lowell George: Hard Rock Cafe, New York NY

Live Review by Richard Grabel, New Musical Express, 7 July 1979

LOWELL GEORGE didn't so much leave Little Feat as fade out of it, gradually reducing his writing for the group and his participation in the ...

Lowell George: The Rock'n'Roll Doctor

Obituary by Richard Williams, Melody Maker, 7 July 1979

Of all the hundreds of white boys who fell in love with the blues, few used the idiom with such brilliance as Lowell George. Singer, ...

see also Factory, The

see also Little Feat

see also Inara George


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