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Representing the Mambo

An album by Little Feat

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Interesting

  • Mar 26, 1999
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+3
Where this recording is not their best, the band explores some more interesting rhythms. Whether its the guitar driven Texas Twister, the jazzy interpretations of the title track and The Ingenue, or the heartfelt Feeling All Gone its all quite catchy. Craig Fuller comes pretty darn close to replacing Lowell's vocals on many of the tracks. A few ordinary tracks but the product is quite solid especially when compared to other music out during that year.

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CD reissue of this 1990 release from the American Blues rockers. Representing The Mambo reached #45 on the Billboard charts when originally issued. The band's line-up on the album features Paul Barrere and Craig Fuller.--This text refers to an alternateAudio CDedition.
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Label: Warner Bros, Wea
Artist: Little Feat
Release Date: March 29, 1990

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