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  1. Little Feat - Down On The Farm - Warner Bros. Records HS - - Specialty Records Pressing. Tracks: Down On The Farm Six Feet Of Snow Perfect Imperfection Kokomo Be One Now Straight From The Heart Front Page News Wake Up Dreaming Feel The Groove. Little Feat - Down On The Farm collectible vinyl lp record album for sale.
  2. But I wake up dreamin' again And oh the things I see I wake up dreamin' again I only wish I knew how to make this dream come true. Every new day brings Sunshine and everything I've seen it somewhere before One more reason why I don't let it pass me by Another way to feel with a love that can be real. I wake up dreamin' again And oh the things I see.
  3. Little Feat Down On The Farm Wake Up Dreaming -- Bill Payne, Fran Payne Maybe there's another place Some other time or space I never have to leave something to believe Maybe love will find a way And this time come to stay Another way to be if love could just.
  4. Nov 11,  · little feat wake up dreaming Bill Payne, Fran Payne Maybe there's another place Some other time or space I never have to leave something to believe Maybe love .
  5. Down on the Farm, an Album by Little Feat. Released in November on Warner Bros. (catalog no. HS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Yacht Rock, Pop Rock, Southern Rock. Featured peformers: Lowell George (guitar, vocals, producer), Bill Payne (keyboards, synthesizer, vocals), Paul Barrere (guitar, vocals), Kenny Gradney (bass), Richie Hayward (drums, vocals), Sam Clayton (congas, vocals), Fred.
  6. Down On the Farm would be Little Feat's final studio album to feature their leader Lowell George as the band would complete the release soon after his untimely death. While their previous release, Time Loves a Hero, showed an exciting new direction in fusion, Down on the Farm sounds like the band phoned it in/5(50).
  7. Apr 09,  · It may seem callous to pick on a Little Feat that was at its last gasp, but ’s Down on the Farm makes for such a good late-seventies cautionary tale. It shows what can happen when (1) a blues and boogie-loving genius (Lowell George) lets a couple of nefarious jazz-fusion infiltrators (Bill Payne and Paul Barrere) slyly insinuate their way into the driver’s seat, and (2) a uniquely.

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