The original Little Feat lead-singer song-writer Lowell George would have been sixty-seven.

The original Little Feat lead-singer song-writer Lowell George would have been sixty-seven.

Lowell George of Little Feat. freakin' brilliant. one of the best concerts I ever saw.

Lowell George of Little Feat. freakin' brilliant. one of the best concerts I ever saw.

Little Feat performing Willin' probably their best known song. Written by and sung here by the hugely talented and sadly missed Lowell George Live in 1977. What an amazing band they were then....such sensitivity for each others playing....great balance.    Lyrics:    I been warped by the rain, driven by the snow  I'm drunk and dirty, don't ya kn...

Little Feat performing Willin' probably their best known song. Written by and sung here by the hugely talented and sadly missed Lowell George Live in 1977. What an amazing band they were then....such sensitivity for each others playing....great balance. Lyrics: I been warped by the rain, driven by the snow I'm drunk and dirty, don't ya kn...

“Long Distance Love” written by Lowell George, released on the album “The Last Record Album”, released on Warner Brothers Records October 17,1975, recorded and mixed at the Sound Factory in Hollywood, CA. It was produced by Lowell George and engineered by George Massenburg.

“Long Distance Love” written by Lowell George, released on the album “The Last Record Album”, released on Warner Brothers Records October 17,1975, recorded and mixed at the Sound Factory in Hollywood, CA. It was produced by Lowell George and engineered by George Massenburg.

April 13: Remembering Lowell George who was born on this day in 1945

April 13: Remembering Lowell George who was born on this day in 1945

From late 1968 to early 1969 Lowell George was a member of Zappa's band, the Mothers of Invention. Thanks to Forrest George for providing us with this very rare picture.

From late 1968 to early 1969 Lowell George was a member of Zappa's band, the Mothers of Invention. Thanks to Forrest George for providing us with this very rare picture.

“Down the Road” written by Lowell George, recording engineered by George Massenburg, this outtake was recorded at Blue Seas Recording Studio, Hunt Valley, MD. Originally released on the album “Feats Don’t Fail Me Now”, August 1974.

“Down the Road” written by Lowell George, recording engineered by George Massenburg, this outtake was recorded at Blue Seas Recording Studio, Hunt Valley, MD. Originally released on the album “Feats Don’t Fail Me Now”, August 1974.

“Juliet” written by Lowell George, produced by Lowell George at Sunset-Highland Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA on June 22,1969. This version included the original quartet; Lowell George - vocal/guitar, Bill Payne - keys, Richie Hayward - drums, Roy Estrada - bass, with guest guitarist and former member of the Fraternity of Man, Elliot Ingber. Also, Ian Underwood is listed as playing the saxophone.(Hotcakes & Outtakes credits the saxophone to Lowell) This song would eventually reappear on…

“Juliet” written by Lowell George, produced by Lowell George at Sunset-Highland Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA on June 22,1969. This version included the original quartet; Lowell George - vocal/guitar, Bill Payne - keys, Richie Hayward - drums, Roy Estrada - bass, with guest guitarist and former member of the Fraternity of Man, Elliot Ingber. Also, Ian Underwood is listed as playing the saxophone.(Hotcakes & Outtakes credits the saxophone to Lowell) This song would eventually reappear on…

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