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même les héros "sont fatigués" ,voir mal en point,et cet album le prouve! lowell george a"donné" deux chansons ,"rocket in my pocket" &"keepin'up with the joneses" qui ne sauveront pas l'album! alors pour les grands fans de "peu d'exploit",c'est un album qu'il faut avoir dans sa collection,mais pour les autres je conseille "dixie chicken" et bien évidemment ""sailin' shoes"....
It's a common enough story in popular music: backing band with aspirations pushes out front man in decline. Only insiders will ever know whether Lowell George jumped or was pushed from the creative heights to which he led Little Feat in the Dixie Chicken era. This album certainly occupies a much lower place, in which, as another reviewer put it, jazz-rock noodling and synthesizers replace the "country with a funky beat" that (for me) defines the `real' Little Feat.
By the time of this album, Little Feat was effectively two bands: one backing Lowell George's synthesis of rock, country, and funk; and another without him, dabbling in now-dated 70s-style fusion with little lasting appeal. Some people like either or both of these versions, but not me: I'd take a few cuts from this one, ignore then next two, and leave Dixie Chicken in my CD changer permanently.