- Author Existence Failure: Lowell George in 1979 and Richie Hayward in 2010.
- Creative Differences: The main cause of the band's breakup shortly before Lowell's death.
- Creator Backlash: Lowell HATED Time Loves A Hero and "A Day At The Dog Races" in particular, leaving the stage whenever the song was played live.
- He Also Did:
- Lowell George contributed heavily to Robert Palmer's first two records, as well as working with Jackson Browne, John Cale (on Paris 1919, which also featured Richie.), Bonnie Raitt, and Harry Nilsson.
- He also produced The Grateful Dead's Shakedown Street.
- Bill Payne has also worked with The Doobie Brothers often over the years, most notably playing synthesizer on "What A Fool Believes".
- The Pete Best: Roy Estrada, the original bassist. Downplayed as he's known for his work with Frank Zappa. However, he's also been the Unperson since going to prison for sexually assaulting a minor.
- What Could Have Been: 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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