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Join the Band


Download links and information about Join the Band by Little Feat. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Gospel, Rock, Rock & Roll, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:04:21 minutes.

Artist: Little Feat
Release date: 2008
Genre: Gospel, Rock, Rock & Roll, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:04:21
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No. Title Length
1. Fat Man In the Bathtub (feat. Dave Matthews & Sonny Landreth) 6:15
2. Something In the Water (feat. Bob Seger) 3:24
3. Dixie Chicken (feat. Vince Gill & Sonny Landreth) 4:57
4. See You Later Alligator (feat. Jim Mayer) 3:01
5. Champion of the World (feat. Jimmy Buffett) 3:51
6. The Weight (feat. Bela Fleck & Mike Utley) 5:24
7. Don't Ya Just Know It 3:46
8. Time Loves a Hero (feat. Jimmy Buffett) 4:33
9. Willin' (feat. Brooks and Dunn) 3:53
10. This Land Is Your Land 4:36
11. Oh Atlanta (feat. Chris Robinson) 4:02
12. Spanish Moon (feat. Vince Gill) 7:52
13. Trouble (feat. Inara George) 2:46
14. Sailin' Shoes (feat. Emmylou Harris) 6:01



Lowell George’s death in 1979 forever altered the future course of his band Little Feat.  And for twenty years now, after splitting for nine, they’ve survived primarily as a touring band, displaying their impeccable musicianship at festivals and performance halls with a deep catalog of R&B, funk, country, blues, and folk. Join the Band sets up at Jimmy Buffett’s home studio and includes an all-star cast of guests taking their turn at the vocal mic on an eclectic mix of Little Feat standards and a few curveballs to keep everyone on their feet (The Band’s “The Weight,” Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land”). Vince Gill joins in for the Feat warhorse “Dixie Chicken.” Dave Matthews adds his world-beat groove to “Fat Man in the Bathtub,” Jimmy Buffett strolls in for the laid-back “Champion of the World” and “Time Loves A Hero.” The Black Crowes’ Chris Robinson kicks things into overdrive for “Oh Atlanta.” Lowell George’s daughter highlights with a moving version of “Trouble” and Emmylou Harris closes things in downhome fashion with “Sailin’ Shoes.” The album serves as the band’s own tribute to themselves.