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Hoy-Hoy!

by Little Feat

Hoy-Hoy! by Little Feat

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Hoy-Hoy!

by Little Feat

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Label: Rhino/Warner Bros.
Released not long after the death of Lowell George, Hoy-Hoy! is an enlightening, if patchy, collection of live recordings, alternate takes and deep-vault gems. For those familiar only with the Feat's New Orleans-flavored and/or fusion offerings, the record served as a nice peek inside the band's obscured roots in California country rock. Remember, back in 1981, the group's earliest albums were nearly impossible to track down -- still are, in fact. Interestingly, vintage tracks such as "Easy to Slip" and "Strawberry Flats" sound like modern Americana. So yeah, George was one prescient dude.

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Released not long after the death of Lowell George, Hoy-Hoy! is an enlightening, if patchy, collection of live recordings, alternate takes and deep-vault gems. For those familiar only with the Feat's New Orleans-flavored and/or fusion offerings, the record served as a nice peek inside the band's obscured roots in California country rock. Remember, back in 1981, the group's earliest albums were nearly impossible to track down -- still are, in fact. Interestingly, vintage tracks such as "Easy to Slip" and "Strawberry Flats" sound like modern Americana. So yeah, George was one prescient dude.

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About This Album

Released not long after the death of Lowell George, Hoy-Hoy! is an enlightening, if patchy, collection of live recordings, alternate takes and deep-vault gems. For those familiar only with the Feat's New Orleans-flavored and/or fusion offerings, the record served as a nice peek inside the band's obscured roots in California country rock. Remember, back in 1981, the group's earliest albums were nearly impossible to track down -- still are, in fact. Interestingly, vintage tracks such as "Easy to Slip" and "Strawberry Flats" sound like modern Americana. So yeah, George was one prescient dude.