The year 1976 was a golden one for Little Feat. The iconic classic rockers had some shakeups during their formative years, but by 1976, they had settled into a groove that toed the line between folk rock and New Orleans boogie. After releasing Dixie Chicken (1973) and Feats Don’t Fail Me Now (1974), the band was rocking and rolling in style.

While things took a turn in the later 1970s, the band was sitting at the top of the world by May 10th, 1976. On that day, the group headed to the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C., where their performance was taped by WHFS and broadcast over the radio waves. The show features Little Feat at their finest, jamming out on classics like “Skin It Back”, “Dixie Chicken”, and a triple encore of “Sailin’ Shoes”, “Feats Don’t Fail Me Now”, and “Teenage Nervous Breakdown”.

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So set back the clocks to this day in ’76, and relive the performance, courtesy of Lobster below.

Little Feat – Warner Theatre – Washington, D.C. – 5/10/1976 – Full Audio

Setlist: Little Feat | Warner Theatre | Washington, D.C. | 5/10/1976

Set: Skin It Back, Walkin’ All Night, One Love Stand > Rock and Roll Doctor, Oh Atlanta, On Your Way Down, Romance Dance, Lafayette Railroad > Day Or Night, All That You Dream, Dixie Chicken, Triple Face Boogie

Encore: Sailin’ Shoes, Feats Don’t Fail Me Now, Teenage Nervous Breakdown

[Originally published 5/10/16]