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** Lowell George contributed heavily to Robert Palmer's first two records, as well as working with Music/JacksonBrowne, Music/JohnCale (particularly on ''Paris 1919''), Music/BonnieRaitt, and Music/HarryNilsson.

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** Lowell George contributed heavily to Robert Palmer's first two records, as well as working with Music/JacksonBrowne, Music/JohnCale (particularly on (on ''Paris 1919''), 1919'', which also featured Richie.), Music/BonnieRaitt, and Music/HarryNilsson.


** Lowell George contributed heavily to Robert Palmer's first two records.
** Bill Payne has also worked with TheDoobieBrothers often over the years, most notably playing synthesizer on "What A Fool Believes".

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** Lowell George contributed heavily to Robert Palmer's first two records.
records, as well as working with Music/JacksonBrowne, Music/JohnCale (particularly on ''Paris 1919''), Music/BonnieRaitt, and Music/HarryNilsson.
** He also produced Music/TheGratefulDead's ''Shakedown Street''.
** Bill Payne has also worked with TheDoobieBrothers The Doobie Brothers often over the years, most notably playing synthesizer on "What A Fool Believes".


* ThePeteBest: Roy Estrada, the original bassist. [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] as he's known for his work with Music/FrankZappa. However, he's also been [[{Unperson} unpersoned]] since going to prison for sexually assaulting a minor.

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* ThePeteBest: Roy Estrada, the original bassist. [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] as he's known for his work with Music/FrankZappa. However, he's also been [[{Unperson} unpersoned]] the {{Unperson}} since going to prison for sexually assaulting a minor.


* ThePeteBest: Roy Estrada, the original bassist. [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] as he's known for his work with Music/FrankZappa. However, he's also been rendered the Unperson since going to prison for sexually assaulting a minor.

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* ThePeteBest: Roy Estrada, the original bassist. [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] as he's known for his work with Music/FrankZappa. However, he's also been rendered the Unperson [[{Unperson} unpersoned]] since going to prison for sexually assaulting a minor.


* AuthorExistenceFailiure: Lowell George in 1979 and Richie Hayward in 2010.

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* AuthorExistenceFailiure: AuthorExistenceFailure: Lowell George in 1979 and Richie Hayward in 2010.



* ThePeteBest: Roy Estrada, the original bassist. [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] as he's known for his work with FrankZappa. However, he's also been rendered TheUnperson since going to prison for sexually assaulting a minor.

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* ThePeteBest: Roy Estrada, the original bassist. [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] as he's known for his work with FrankZappa. Music/FrankZappa. However, he's also been rendered TheUnperson the Unperson since going to prison for sexually assaulting a minor.


* AuthorExistenceFailiure: Lowell George in 1979 and Richie Hayward in 2010.
* CreativeDifferences: The main cause of the band's breakup shortly before Lowell's death.
* CreatorBacklash: Lowell HATED ''Time Loves A Hero'' and "A Day At The Dog Races" in particular, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere leaving the stage whenever the song was played live.]]
* HeAlsoDid:
** Lowell George contributed heavily to Robert Palmer's first two records.
** Bill Payne has also worked with TheDoobieBrothers often over the years, most notably playing synthesizer on "What A Fool Believes".
* ThePeteBest: Roy Estrada, the original bassist. [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] as he's known for his work with FrankZappa. However, he's also been rendered TheUnperson since going to prison for sexually assaulting a minor.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In his last interview before his death, Lowell expressed a desire to reform the band without Bill Payne and Paul Barrere.

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* AuthorExistenceFailiure: *AuthorExistenceFailiure: Lowell George in 1979 and Richie Hayward in 2010.
* CreativeDifferences: *CreativeDifferences: The main cause of the band's breakup shortly before Lowell's death.
* CreatorBacklash: *CreatorBacklash: Lowell HATED ''Time Loves A Hero'' and "A Day At The Dog Races" in particular, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere leaving the stage whenever the song was played live.]]
* HeAlsoDid:
** Lowell
*HeAlsoDid:
**Lowell
George contributed heavily to Robert Palmer's first two records.
** Bill **Bill Payne has also worked with TheDoobieBrothers often over the years, most notably playing synthesizer on "What A Fool Believes".
* ThePeteBest: *ThePeteBest: Roy Estrada, the original bassist. [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] as he's known for his work with FrankZappa. However, he's also been rendered TheUnperson since going to prison for sexually assaulting a minor.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: *WhatCouldHaveBeen: In his last interview before his death, Lowell expressed a desire to reform the band without Bill Payne and Paul Barrere.

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*AuthorExistenceFailiure: Lowell George in 1979 and Richie Hayward in 2010.
*CreativeDifferences: The main cause of the band's breakup shortly before Lowell's death.
*CreatorBacklash: Lowell HATED ''Time Loves A Hero'' and "A Day At The Dog Races" in particular, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere leaving the stage whenever the song was played live.]]
*HeAlsoDid:
**Lowell George contributed heavily to Robert Palmer's first two records.
**Bill Payne has also worked with TheDoobieBrothers often over the years, most notably playing synthesizer on "What A Fool Believes".
*ThePeteBest: Roy Estrada, the original bassist. [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] as he's known for his work with FrankZappa. However, he's also been rendered TheUnperson since going to prison for sexually assaulting a minor.
*WhatCouldHaveBeen: In his last interview before his death, Lowell expressed a desire to reform the band without Bill Payne and Paul Barrere.

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