Little Feat- Best pt 2- Bill Payne, the late Paul Barrere

In heading up possibly their best studio album Time Loves a Hero   in 1977, Little Feat’s Bill Payne and Paul Barrere saved their beloved band from dysfunction but, by default, effectively edged out band founder Lowell George, in spite of being the most played Little Feat album on American radio. Songs in this part two conclusion come from the 13-CD box set Rad Gumbo   including “Hi Roller” , “Rocket in My Pocket”, and “Time Loves a Hero”; the first post-Lowell album title song “Down on the Farm”; plus the 1988 comeback Let It Roll   with “Hate to Lose Your Lovin'” & the  flat out title song; “Texas Twister” & “Shake Me Up” , all hosted by Payne and the recently departed Barrrere (d.Oct 2019). – Redbeard