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Waiting For Columbus [Live]

by Little Feat

Waiting For Columbus [Live] by Little Feat

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Waiting For Columbus [Live]

by Little Feat

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Label: Rhino/Warner Bros.
Waiting for Columbus came out in 1978, which was a weird time for Little Feat's first live record to be released. The band hadn't delivered a killer studio album in three years. Even worse is the fact that Lowell George and the rest of the band were in a nasty power struggle over artistic direction. The latter was pushing the band into proggy fusion and jamming, stuff George detested. Despite these issues, The Feats found a way to get their act together and produce a really good record. The only aspect that doesn't work is the screeching synthesizer, which hasn't aged well at all.

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Waiting for Columbus came out in 1978, which was a weird time for Little Feat's first live record to be released. The band hadn't delivered a killer studio album in three years. Even worse is the fact that Lowell George and the rest of the band were in a nasty power struggle over artistic direction. The latter was pushing the band into proggy fusion and jamming, stuff George detested. Despite these issues, The Feats found a way to get their act together and produce a really good record. The only aspect that doesn't work is the screeching synthesizer, which hasn't aged well at all.

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About This Album

Waiting for Columbus came out in 1978, which was a weird time for Little Feat's first live record to be released. The band hadn't delivered a killer studio album in three years. Even worse is the fact that Lowell George and the rest of the band were in a nasty power struggle over artistic direction. The latter was pushing the band into proggy fusion and jamming, stuff George detested. Despite these issues, The Feats found a way to get their act together and produce a really good record. The only aspect that doesn't work is the screeching synthesizer, which hasn't aged well at all.