''Thanks, I'll Eat it Here'' is the title of the only solo album by the late rock and roll singer-songwriter Lowell George. While George is best known for his work with Little Feat, by 1977 Lowell felt that they were moving increasingly into jazz-rock, a form in which he felt little interest. As a result, he began working on his own album. ''Thanks I'll Eat it Here'' is an eclectic mix of styles reminiscent of Little Feat's earlier albums - in particular Dixie Chicken, on which the track ''Two Trains'' originally appeared. The album was released just before the death of Lowell George in 1979 and has cover art by Neon Park (a feature of almost all Little Feat albums) containing several pop-/cult references including a picnic scene, mirroring Édouard Manet's "Le déjeuner sur l'herbe", which shows Bob Dylan, Fidel Castro and Marlene Dietrich as Der Blaue Engel with an open copy of Howl beside them.
Unusual for a first solo album from a singer-songwriter, of the nine tracks on the original release only four were written by George, and of these three were collaborations. "What Do You Want the Girl to Do," "Easy Money," and "Can't Stand the Rain" were cover versions.
Timings of tracks are shown as minutes:seconds.
# "What Do You Want the Girl to Do" (Allen Toussaint)– 4:46
# "Honest Man" (Lowell George and Fred Tackett) – 3:45
# "Two Trains" (Lowell George) – 4:32
# "Can't Stand the Rain" (Ann Peebles) – 3:21
# "Cheek to Cheek" (Lowell George, Van Dyke Parks and Martin Kibbee)– 2:23
# "Easy Money" (Rickie Lee Jones)– 3:29
# "Twenty Million Things" (Lowell George and Jed Levy)– 2:50
# "Find a River" (Fred Tackett)– 3:45
# "Himmler's Ring" (Jimmy Webb)– 2:28
# "Heartache" (CD-bonus track with Valerie Carter) (Lowell George and Ivan Ulz)– 2:28
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