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Red Streamliner - Little Feat - Time Loves A Hero (CD)

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  1. Nov 07,  · Time Loves A Hero proves that The Last Record Album was not Little Feat’s last record album, though the album’s artwork is rather confusing, where I’m sure there’s a backstory that I haven’t discerned after all these years. Beginning in the foreground, the statue is that of San Miguel de Allende, the building behind it is that of the 4/5().
  2. RED STREAMLINER es una canción de Little Feat del año , este tema está incluido dentro del disco Time Loves a Hero.
  3. A later album from Little Feat – and one that adds some new dimensions to their ever-searching vibe! On Time Loves A Hero, Little Feat takes some surprising steps – even for them – into a bit of a fusiony rock vibe some of the time. Still, the soulful boogie rock and stripped down folky elements they always worked with are still in play.
  4. Jun 12,  · Little Feat, Time Loves a Hero I first heard Little Feat two years ago through the Mick Taylor connection, then proceeded to purchase the Original Album Series of the first five albums, and then I got this album. While I don't love it as much as the first five, it's still a great little record. If I have to vote one off, it's Missin You.
  5. Little Feat's music was a quirky combination of rock, country, blues, New Orleans, jazz fusion, R&B, and funk. On the early albums, there was a strong New Orleans/Dr. John influence. The lyrics were often surreal. “Time Loves a Hero” is a more conventional rock album and it has guitar solos/5(84).
  6. Little Feat's music was a quirky combination of rock, country, blues, New Orleans, jazz fusion, R&B, and funk. On the early albums, there was a strong New Orleans/Dr. John influence. The lyrics were often surreal. “Time Loves a Hero” is a more conventional rock album and it has guitar solos/5(79).
  7. Technically, Little Feat (as appears on Time Loves a Hero) represents the kind of music that I should like, even quite a dadidesinlielapulmangmutirotbeds.coinfo for some reason, the Feats fail to touch me in any way. I consider the Doobie Brothers' –80 albums very good, while The Captain and Me is not much worse; I like the mids–early s edition of Climax Blues Band; I like Steely Dan, Creedence Clearwater.

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