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9 thoughts on “ Kiss It Off - Little Feat - Dixie Chicken (Reel-To-Reel)

  1. Little Feat Kiss It Off. Add to Song Favorites ♥ Year Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Little Feat. Dixie Chicken. Warner Bros. Little Feat. Two Originals. Warner Bros. Little Feat. Original Album Series. Rhino / Warner Bros.
  2. Dixie Chicken Written-By – Martin*, George* A2: Two Trains Written-By – George* A3: Roll Um Easy Written-By – George* A4: On Your Way Down Written-By – Toussaint* A5: Kiss It Off Written-By – George* B1: Fool Yourself Written-By – Tackett* B2: Walkin All Night Written-By – Payne*, Barrere*
  3. More, the lovers' triangle in “Two Trains” matches in intensity the eyebrow-raising sexual subtext of “Fat Man in the Bathtub” and the Southern gothic glow of “Kiss It Off.” Dixie Chicken is indeed the bedrock of Little Feat’s legacy, blending Laurel Canyon folk and New Orleans sass with dirty R&B and Stones-y .
  4. Dixie Chicken by Little Feat: Listen to songs by Little Feat on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share.
  5. Watch the video for Kiss It Off from Little Feat's Dixie Chicken for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube. .
  6. Little Feat Dixie Chicken Dixie Chicken -- George, Martin I've seen the bright lights of Memphis And the Commodore Hotel And underneath a street lamp I met a Southern belle Well she took me to the river, where she cast her spell And in that Southern moonlight, she.
  7. Dixie Chicken Written By – Fred Martin, Lowell George: A2: Two Trains Written By – Lowell George: A3: Roll Um Easy Written By – Lowell George: A4: On Your Way Down Written By – Allen Toussaint: A5: Kiss It Off Written By – Lowell George: B1: Fool Yourself Written By – Fred Tackett: B2: Walkin All.
  8. The group's music has always been pervaded by that throaty, plaintive, downshifting squeal. George also avoids the obvious, and in the process comes up with titles like "Kiss It Off," "Dixie Chicken" or "Fat Man in the Bathtub" that one doesn't expect to see on any album this side of Captain Beefheart's.

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