Live from Neon Park

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Live from Neon Park
Live album by Little Feat
Released June 18, 1996
Recorded Roseland Theater, Portland, Oregon on December 12-13, 1995
Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, California on December 14, 1995
House Of Blues, Los Angeles, California on December 19-20, 1995
Genre Swamp rock, southern rock
Length 2:16:02
Label Zoo Entertainment
Producer Bill Payne
Bill Wray
Little Feat chronology
Ain't Had Enough Fun
(1995)
Live from Neon Park
(1996)
Under the Radar
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Live from Neon Park is the second live album by the American rock band Little Feat, released in 1996. (see 1996 in music). The name of the album was a suggestion of a Little Feat fan in commemoration of the then-recent passing of long-time Little Feat album cover artist and friend of the band, Neon Park.

Track listing[edit]

Disc one

  1. "Introductions" – 1:47
  2. "Two Trains" (George) – 5:43
  3. "Spanish Moon/Skin It Back" – 10:23
  4. "Rock and Roll Everynight" – 5:07
  5. "Down on the Farm" (Barrère, Barrère) – 6:23
  6. "Willin'" (George) – 5:41
  7. "Hate to Lose Your Lovin'" (Barrère, Fuller) – 4:21
  8. "Can't Be Satisfied/They're Red Hot (Hot Tamales) [medley]" (Johnson, Waters) – 4:49
  9. "Cadillac Hotel" (Payne, Wray) – 6:50
  10. "Changin' Luck" (Fuller, Payne, Tackett) – 7:22
  11. "You're Taking Up Another Man's Place" – 6:54
  12. "Oh, Atlanta" (Payne) – 5:35

Disc two

  1. "Texas Twister" (Barrère, Kibbee, Payne, Tackett) – 5:17
  2. "Fat Man in the Bathtub" (George) – 7:11
  3. "Representing the Mambo" (Barrère, Park, Payne, Tackett) – 7:51
  4. "Long Distance Love" (George) – 3:35
  5. "Rad Gumbo" (Barrère, Clayton, Gradney, Kibbee, Park, Payne) – 3:54
  6. "Dixie Chicken" (George, Kibbee) – 17:28
  7. "Feats Don't Fail Me Now" (Barrère, George, Kibbee) – 7:49
  8. "Sailin' Shoes" (George) – 5:13
  9. "Let It Roll/High Roller" [Acoustic] – 12:07

Band members[edit]

Special guests[edit]

Texicali Horns[edit]

Also featuring[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Owens, Thom. Live from Neon Park at AllMusic