Live archive release. Frank Zappa was instrumental in getting former Mothers Of Invention member Lowell George and his new band, Little Feat, featuring Roy Estrada, RIchie Hayward and Billy Payne, a contract with Warner Bros. Records. The eponymous first album delivered to Warner Bros. Was recorded mostly in August and September 1970, and was released in January 1971. After their second album Sailin' Shoes, the band split up. In 1972, Little Feat reformed, with bassist Kenny Gradney replacing Estrada. The band also added a second guitarist in Paul Barrere, who had known George since they attended Hollywood High School in California, and percussionist Sam Clayton (brother of session singer Merry Clayton and the brother-in-law of the jazz saxophonist Curtis Amy) and as a result the band was expanded from a quartet to a sextet. This new lineup radically altered the band's sound, leaning toward New Orleans funk. This recording was made in between the Dixie Chicken and Feats Don't Fail Me Now albums. Recorded live in Denver on July 20, 1973 at Ebbet's Field.