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What makes Time Loves a Hero special is its appeal to a broad audience.
I've loved the title track for 32 years now, as well as the jazzy "Red Streamliner" track and most of all the percussive "Day at The Dog Races".
THIS is one of my favorite Feat albums and I have ALL the Lowell George era ones...and then some.
Time loves a hero was a break through for Little Feat. Their combination of this album's sounds weren't surpassed. It still sounds fresh even today.Published 5 months ago by Dennis A. Duncan
Love their music and have scene them in a concert. Will be listening to this on kindle and giving CD as a gift.Published 8 months ago by Susan Munson
A great album by a great band. Ritchie Hayward (RIP) at the drums is phenomenal and one of the great rock drummers of all times. Read morePublished 11 months ago by LR
I always enjoyed my vinyl copy and now I can listen to Day at the Dog Races on digital y'allPublished 14 months ago by akadannyboy
I know this came towards the end of the road for these guys but, it's still got some of their most well known classics.Published 15 months ago by dethwort
Little Feat does not disappoint in this effort which heartily stands the test of time. Deserves any in any serious music lover's collectionPublished 16 months ago by Terry R. Huffman
i bought this recording to complete my collection of Lowell George era Little Feat-it is not one of my favorites. Read morePublished 21 months ago by William Dillard
Listening to this made me fall in love with Little Feat all over again. They don't make'um like this anymore folks. Read morePublished on May 17, 2012 by Paul Boyette
I used to love this cassette, a Canadian 1977 or later release I bought once for the car. But the side 1 song is Old Folks Boogie, then Red Steamliner, on to the end of the (I'm... Read morePublished on November 22, 2011 by A Reviewer