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As Time Goes By: Best Of Little Feat
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
1993 20 track 'best of', the only retrospective available for the American Southern rock act, and has never been released in the U.S. Features 'Dixie Chicken', 'Sailin' Shoes', 'Let It Roll', 'Oh Atlanta', 'Feats Don't Fai... more »
1993 20 track 'best of', the only retrospective available for the American Southern rock act, and has never been released in the U.S. Features 'Dixie Chicken', 'Sailin' Shoes', 'Let It Roll', 'Oh Atlanta', 'Feats Don't Fail Me Now', plus '20 Million Things' from Lowell George's sole solo album 'Thanks I'll Eat It Here' and many other classicsfrom 1971-1990. A Warner Brothers release.
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Good Selection, Horrible Recording
David W. Coble | Olympia, WA | 08/28/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I have most of Little Feat on vinyl records and enjoy the group tremendously. I went shopping for a representative "Best of" CD and the other collections available, I feel, have poor selections and don't represent the group's best tunes at all. This disk has many of the selections I wanted, so I ordered it. Unfortunately, the sound quality of the remastered CD is so bad that I don't find it enjoyable at all, in fact it's distracting and unpleasant because I know what the songs SHOULD sound like. Digital recordings are generally regarded as higher fidelity than vinyl but on this particular one, the original vinyl recordings are much more detailed and rewarding. The sound quality is muddy and what's more, the mixing is very poor, with instruments overwhelming the vocals and not at all comparable to the original recordings. In the final word, unfortunately there are no collections of Little Feat that properly represent the group; the only alternative is to purchase two or three separate CDs which include the songs you like most--for me these are "Feats Don't Fail Me Now," "Time Loves a Hero" and probably "Dixie Chicken." My money was wasted on this "Best of." When purchasing 70's-vintage analog to digital recordings I expect some loss of fidelity and have no problem living with it. However this one is so bad that the tunes are barely recognizable."