much happiness, of course, that DC & WFC are announced as upcoming Little Feat releases from MOFI. however, the MOFI email blast (newsletter The Lab Report #55) announcing these (as well as Cars, Sinatra, Band, Doobies, Costello) contained the following text: Two More Little Feat Albums Coming to 180-gram LP and Gold CD Finishing what it's started, Mobile Fidelity has re-mastered one of the greatest live albums ever recorded--Little Feat's Waiting for Columbus--and pressed it on numbered, limited-edition 180-gram 2-LP as well as an exquisite-sounding gold disc. Stuffed with first-rate songwriting, humorous lyrics, and laid-back funk, Dixie Chicken is Little Feat’s pinnacle studio album. Wait until you hear the transparent sound! "Finishing what it's started..." ... uh-oh. so, I sent a note to email@example.com asking if this means no more LF remasters? you are coming up to Feats Don't Fail Me Now and The Last Record Album, two of their finest!!!!! and one would think, nay PLEAD and GROVEL, that you do all Lowell-George-era Little Feat, ie further include Time Loves a Hero and even Down on the Farm. then you're chronolgically up through WFC and it would be.... permissable.... to cease RM operations wrt Little Feat... well, after you do Hoy-Hoy! (Bonnie said it best: "I miss Little Feat more than I miss being eight years old!") and while you're at it, please, Lowell's solo album Thanks I'll Eat it Here would be great too! consider this marketing input sadly, the prompt response was: Thank you for your email. At this time there are no other plans for other Little Feat titles. However, I will pass your request on to the necessary parties. ladies and gentlemen, methinks a small email lobbying campaign might just be in order. / begin dreaming if licensing is not the issue, perhaps we can pass the hat and fund the releases..... / dream on "All, all that you dream comes through shinin' silver lining...."