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Rooster Rag

by Little Feat

Rooster Rag by Little Feat

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Rooster Rag

by Little Feat

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Label: New Rounder
With Robert Hunter providing lyrics (as he did for The Grateful Dead back in the day), a fantastic Mississippi John Hurt cover to open things up, and Little Feat's characteristically high-quality jammy blues rock, this 16th record marks the band's return to chicken-related album titles (Dixie Chicken, released in 1973, is considered one of their best). The playing is always impeccable, as is the recording, but it's the Dead-worthy bump of the title cut that folks who may have dismissed this modern configuration of Little Feat need to hear.

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With Robert Hunter providing lyrics (as he did for The Grateful Dead back in the day), a fantastic Mississippi John Hurt cover to open things up, and Little Feat's characteristically high-quality jammy blues rock, this 16th record marks the band's return to chicken-related album titles (Dixie Chicken, released in 1973, is considered one of their best). The playing is always impeccable, as is the recording, but it's the Dead-worthy bump of the title cut that folks who may have dismissed this modern configuration of Little Feat need to hear.

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About This Album

With Robert Hunter providing lyrics (as he did for The Grateful Dead back in the day), a fantastic Mississippi John Hurt cover to open things up, and Little Feat's characteristically high-quality jammy blues rock, this 16th record marks the band's return to chicken-related album titles (Dixie Chicken, released in 1973, is considered one of their best). The playing is always impeccable, as is the recording, but it's the Dead-worthy bump of the title cut that folks who may have dismissed this modern configuration of Little Feat need to hear.