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Keepin Up With The Joneses - Little Feat - Time Loves A Hero (CD, Album)

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  1. Zulukinos
    Mar 07,  · Little Feat – Time Loves A Hero – Warner Brothers Records ()/Speakers Corner () gram audiophile stereo vinyl, ****: Speakers Corner has released a re-mastered gram vinyl of Little feat’s sixth studio album for nispaiponbestbacrovorkoelectpuddiarhen.coinfo Loves a Hero was recorded during a time of transition, one of Little Feat’s dysfunctional periods.. Their primary songwriter, George.
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  2. Vudozilkree
    Time Loves a Hero Lyrics: Well they say that time loves a hero / But only time will tell / If he's real he's a legend from heaven / If he ain't he was sent here from hell / Hear me well / Seeing ain't.
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  3. Voramar
    Watch the video for Keepin' Up With the Joneses from Little Feat's Time Loves a Hero for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube Playback options.
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  4. Jurisar
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  5. Sall
    The multi-part title cut "Times Loves A Hero" follows on with a more subdued tempo but with great dive and sophisticated percussion, which proves itself to be the most important element and governs the whole album. Little Feat conjures with traditional forms, gets you on the dance floor with "Old Folks Boogie" and serves up a tasty mixture of.
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  6. Mazuktilar
    Time Loves a Hero/Down on the Farm buy CD music Description Digitally remastered two CD set containing a pair of albums from the Blues/Rock outfit. Since their formation in , Little Feat have played an eclectic blend of Rock 'n' Roll, Blues, R&B, Boogie, Country, Folk, Gospel, Soul, Funk and Jazz Fusion influences.
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  7. Fegar
    Little Feat: Time Loves A Hero $ Little Feat conjures with traditional forms, gets you on the dance floor with “Old Folks Boogie” and serves up a tasty mixture of honky-tonk and blues, which is refined with powerful guitar solos.
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  8. Zulujind
    When Little Feat headed into the studio to record Time Loves a Hero, tensions between the bandmembers -- more specifically, Lowell George and the rest of the band -- were at a peak. George had not only succumbed to various addictions, but he was growing restless with the group's fondness for extending their jams into territory strikingly reminiscent of jazz fusion.
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