2006 rap song by American rapper E-40.
However, Little Feat has so many good songs that you really cannot go wrong here. Just listen to the multiple versions of Hi Roller, All That You Dream, and Mercenary Territory. Each version has special touches that get you to see the creativity in the band. These musicians are just brewing with talent. And classics like Dixie Chicken, Rock N Roll Doctor, Rocket In My Pocket, and Fat Man In The Bathtub will perk up any collection.
As far as the studio outtakes go, most of them are first rate. Only the horrid singing on Lightning Rod Man and the spoken word delivery of Down Below The Borderline are noticeable dissappointments. The real gem of these outtakes is Brickyard Blues. All that song needs is a stinging guitar solo and its a smash hit in any genre. Tripe Face Boogie with Bill Payne singing sounds pretty cool and the alternate version of Roll Um Easy bops along nicely with a spunky country beat.
Almost a five star recording but not quite due to the ommissions of some songs. The outtakes are quite worthy but it might be best to pick up all the original recordings plus the Live CD's before going this route. Nonetheless, the quality is still top of the line.
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