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Little Feat in Heat

Sam Sutherland, Phonograph Record, December 1975

LOWELL GEORGE is ravaged, eyes wired with fatigue beneath the peak of a floppy leather poorboy cap, face pallid against the dark beard. He smiles faintly at our interest in the albatross destiny of his band, Little Feat. His smile is as pale as his skin. You see, he begins to explain, at this point it's all too depressing. Tonight he is past hope.

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