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Little Feat Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (2.8 Stars)

Number of reviews: 21



2.0 star rating Randy Evans from Jamestown, Tennessee


The Taft Theater is a beautiful venue....and Little Feat is a great band, but the combination was dismal. Far too much volume, and the result was massive distortion. Some instruments were blasting over others, and the vocals were muffled. We drove from Tennessee for the show, and left there with a headache. Very sad.

2.0 star rating Mavis from Atlanta, Georgia


Saw Littlefeat last night at the Atlanta Symphony Hall and the sound was disappointing to say the least. Lyrics were garbled and music and vocals seemed off. $150 down the drain although the opener was good. We left after 45 minutes. I'll cherish the memories of my last Littlefeat concert, but not this one.

2.0 star rating Beth from Atlanta, Georgia


Really disappointing sound. Poor vocal representation.

2.0 star rating Jacqueline Pucci from Las Vegas


I was tremendously disappointed in their show last night. They need a new sound tech or something. The piano and the words to their songs were completely muddled. The opening band had same problem. Everything was drowned out by the tuba. (Dirty dozen brass band who was on stage for 45 minutes. Pretty long for openers. Then a 45 minute break to set up for LF. I was embarrassed because I had talked up the band LF so much to the people I brought and they were not impressed. A lot of it was discordant riffing, that was made even more unpleasant because of the sound. Sorry guys

2.0 star rating Westerbeck Gregg from Reno, NV


So disappointed to spend time and money on this show. It was one guitar solo after another. Not sure why they felt the need to bore us. Also played songs from the Doobies. Why? Save that for a cover band.

1.0 star rating Tony DaMan from Tucson, Arizona


If you are a long-time fan and have the original Waiting for Columbus album, crank up your audio system and enjoy it. Don't waste your time and money on the current reincarnation of the band. With one original member with an over the hill voice sleep-walking through the performance, accompanied by pick-up musicians with a fraction of the talent of the original members and playing through a muddy, budget sound system, in a pit of a theater, let's just say it was not a great evening. Oh, and a shout-out to the operators of Tucson's Rialto theater. Clean the damn place up. Filthy, stained seating placed so close together that audience members have to actually exit the row to allow others in and out, future Rialto-goers would be well-advised to wear clothing they plan to discard after attending an event there.

1.0 star rating Dana Erwin from New York, New York


Little Feat opened with Dixie Chicken and then only played a portion of the song before embarking on jams that had little form and did not complement the music. In about 90 minutes they only managed to play four or five songs from Waiting for Columbus and played a few songs by other artists. Johnny Lyon of Southside Johnny was excellent; but, he only sang on two songs. The sax player was good as well. Everyone else was "meh" and low energy. There frankly was little tonal resemblance between their performance and the sound that I so enjoy on the Waiting for Columbus. Save your money and listen to the album. If you don't have it, buy it so you can hear what Little Feat is supposed to sound like.


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