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Little Feat
September 19, 1974 complete (plus tracks from 1973-04-10)
Ultrasonic Studios [WLIR], Hempstead, NY
'Ultrasonic Ultra'

Enhanced and expanded version of original bootleg known as 'Electrif Lycanthrope'.
Pre-FM Master and FM broadcast recordings, Excellent Quality
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Custom Artwork Included

Here are a couple classic performances by the legendary Little Feat, one of the greatest (and perhaps most underappreciated) Rock n' Roll Bands of all time.Their unique blend of driving Rock 'n Roll with Folk, Blues, New Orleans Funk, and Jazz-Rock Fusion elements, with Lowell George's inimitable songs, vocals, and slide guitar work, Bill Payne's driving keyboard funk, and one of the best rhythym sections ever (Paul Barrere-guitar, Kenny Gradney-bass, Richie Hayward-drums, and Sam Clayton-percussion), remains unsurpassed. This is my own compilation of the Ultrasonic Radio Sessions. These are tracks from two separate performances at the Ultrasonic (WLIR) Studios in Hempstead, NY combined into one CD-length show. I have taken the superb Pre-FM Master recordings from The 1974-09-19 Session, added the additional 3 songs from the FM rebroadcast that were played that day but not included on the original radio broadcast, and then added just the tracks from the 1973-04-10 Ultrasonic show that were different from those played at the 1974 show (taken from an FM broadcast). Thus, this compilation includes (for the first time) the best available version of all of the songs played over the course of the two sessions, arranged into a seamless concert program. There are few high quality recordings from these early days of this great band (and these are probably the best). So, enjoy this great compilation of Amazing Feats, which I have dubbed 'Ultrasonic Ultra'. -- BBKRON

For this same compilation in lossless (FLAC), check out the lossless forum section.

BTW, there are numerous (over 200, including many SBD and FM) Little Feat shows available in both lossless and mp3 at the Internet Archives - Live Music archives (www.archive.org/details/etree), which is where I got these shows. Check 'em out.

Tracklist:
01. Rock n' Roll Doctor
02. Two Trains
03. The Fan
04. On Your Way Down
05. Spanish Moon >
06. Skin It Back >
07. Fat Man In The Bath Tub
08. Oh Atlanta
09. Willin'
10. A Apolitical Blues
11. Got No Shadow
12. Walkin' All Night
13. Sailin' Shoes
14. Cold Cold Cold >
15. Dixie Chicken >
16. Tripe Face Boogie
17. Teenage Nervous Breakdown

Tracks 1-9 Source: 1974-9-19 PRE-FM (Master 1/2 Track Broadcast RR) >
Mastering (Custom Analog & Digital 10/04) > WAV >FLAC
Tracks 10-13, and 17: from 1973-4-10 WLIR-FM Broadcast
Tracks 14-16 Source: FM rebroadcast on WLIR > reel > reel >
m-audio transit > cool edit > cd wave editor (tracks from 1974-9-19 not incuded in original broadcast).

mp3 @ 320 version: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=6KUTXGHJ
 

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@Ron Whitfield:

Both shows are available at the Internet Archive (as blark1056 mentioned in o.p):

Little Feat Live at Ultrasonic Studios [WLIR] on 1974-09-19 (September 19, 1974)
https://archive.org/details/lf1974-09-19.shnf

Tracklist:
Rock n' Roll Doctor
Two Trains
The Fan
On Your Way Down
Spanish Moon >
Skin It Back >
Fat Man In The Bath Tub
Oh Atlanta
Willin'
Cold Cold Cold >
Dixie Chicken >
Tripe Face Boogie


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Little Feat Live at Ultra Sonic Studios on 1973-04-10 (April 10, 1973)
https://archive.org/details/lf73-04-10.shnf

Tracklist:
Apolitical Blues,
Got No Shadow,
Willin',
On Your Way Down,
Walking All Night,
Interview w/ Lowell,
Two Trains,
Fat Man in the Bathtub,
Sailing Shoes,
Cold Cold Cold> Dixie Chicken> Tripe Face Boogie,
Teenage Nervous Breakdown


Hope this helps!
 
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