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On Barnstormin' Live, Volume 2, Little Feat tried a new, experimental approach to making a live record. Drawing from 2004's Barnstormin' tour, they blended recordings from the front-of-house mix, audience tapes, and the onstage monitor mix, and the results, according to front man Paul Barrere, " worked like a charm." Barnstormin' Live is a collection of ten songs specifically chosen from different venues over last year's tour. It contains some rarely recorded Little Feat classics along with some first-time live recordings from their last studio release, 'Kickin' It At The Barn'. Digital technology has captured the live experience as never before, with multi tracking capabilities making Barnstomin' Live a truly unique recording that fans are sure to love. Hot Tomato. 2005.

1. Down On The Farm / Candy Man Blues
2. Under The Radar
3. Fool Yourself
4. Sailin' Shoes
5. Night On The Town
6. A Political Blues
7. Distant Thunder
8. Six Feet Of Snow
9. Fighting The Misquito Wars
10. Day At The Dog Races

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  • Audio CD (October 4, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hot Tomato Records
  • ASIN: B000B5KRMA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #324,379 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John Alapick on April 2, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Barnstormin' Live, Vol. 2 is yet another live album from the great jam band Little Feat. Like its predecessor, Volume 2 concentrates more on their lesser known tracks. Unlike Volume 1, which was heavy on their more recent mellower output, Volume 2 shows a lot more conviction and passion. The album opens with a killer version of "Down On The Farm/Candy Man Blues" which has become a recent staple of their live show. Lesser known nuggets such as the rollicking "Fool Yourself" and the country tinged "Six Feet Of Snow" both sound great, with the former featuring a rare lead vocal from its writer, Fred Tackett. While not possessing those gruff whiskey-laced vocals from their late leader Lowell George, the bluesy "A Apolitical Blues" still sounds great and features great guitar work from Tackett and Paul Barrere and strong vocals from Shaun Murphy, Barrere, and percussionist Sam Clayton. The version of the classic "Sailin' Shoes" is given a cool New Orleans feel with Tackett's mandolin playing that also works well. Bill Payne's piano work is still top notch, most notably on the excellent "Night On The Town." However, the loud carnival style keyboards on "Distant Thunder" are a little dominant. The tracks "Fighting the Mosquito Wars" and "Under the Radar" recall the adult contemporary sound of Volume 1 but are sequenced so they actually add to the album's diversity. Finally, the closing "Day At The Dog Races" is absolutely relentless. Recalling Miles Davis' early-70's fusion period, Tackett's trumpet solo and Payne's fast fingered runs are complemented well by the furious pace provided by Kenny Gradney and Richie Heyward, one of the best rhythm sections around. All told, while Barnstormin' Vol. 2 won't make longtime Feat fans forget their classic album Waiting for Columbus, it's still a strong release proving the band's continued force as a live unit.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Feats Fan on January 26, 2008
Format: Audio CD
The sound is off, sounds mono, and the mix is not as dynamic as most live Feat releases. Still, it'll do in a pinch, esp, as substitute for a missing Britney Spears CD...
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