Little Feat formed in Hollywood, CA in 1969, and the spirited, off-kilter Americana of their music reflects the wild and woolly time and place in which they were born. Two founding members were veterans of Zappa's Mothers of Invention including legendary frontman Lowell George a pedigree that further influenced their idiosyncratic sound, a crowd-pleasing, genre-transcending fusion of rock and roll, Dixie-boogie, blues, folk, funk, jazz, roots music, and more. Following George's death in '79 and a subsequent hiatus, original Feat-ers Bill Payne and Richie Hayward along with 1972 additions Paul Barrere, Sam Clayton, and Kenny Gradney formed the core of the re-launched Feat in 1988. They remain one of rock's most enduring acts, still driven by ace musicianship and inspired songwriting. This new collection Rhino's first single-disc Feat retrospective is an essential overview of the musical heroes that Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page once called his, favorite American group. Spanning 1970-1998, 17 key tracks totaling over 75 minutes of music.