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Fat Man in the Graveyard

Well, they actually scattered his ashes in the Pacific.  What a terrible shame that he's gone...

For this mini-tribute to Lowell George, I am posting a 1973 gem from Little Feat as well as one of Lowell's last shows on his solo tour from 1979.

 

Little Feat
1973-04-10
Ultra Sonic Studios
Hempstead, NY

Apolitical Blues,
Got No Shadow,
Willin',
On Your Way Down,
Walking All Night,
Interview w/ Lowell,
Two Trains,
Fat Man in the Bathtub,
Sailing Shoes,
Cold Cold Cold> Dixie Chicken> Tripe Face Boogie,
Teenage Nervous Breakdown

 

Lowell George
June 26, 1979
Alexander's, Browns Mill, New Jersey

Found these comments on the web regarding this show:
"Lowell passed away on 6/29/79. Various cuts/splices are present, but the best possi
ble job has been done to bring the audience and FM sources together to make a comple
te show. The bootleg "Walk Together, Darling" is from this show. "

Disc 1:
1. introduction/Fat Man In The Bathtub
2. Honest Man (brief static/warble at around 4:10)
3. What Do You Want The Girl To Do
4. Can't Stand The Rain
5. Easy Money (audience source splice at 4:58 or so)
6. Rocket In My Pocket
7. Apolitical Blues

Disc 2:
1. Two Trains/
2. Dixie Chicken (fm source splice at :45 or so)
3. -audience applause
Encore:
4. Willin'
5. Spanish Moon (audience source splice at 7:48 or so)

 

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