If you want a copy of this 1958 Lou Donaldson album on CD be prepared to fork out upwards of $40 for the Japanese import -- and that's for a used copy! Vinyl prices are into the stratosphere and Light Foot doesn't appear to be available as an album download (at least in North America), although all of the tracks are included in the CD box set and download compilation The Complete Blue Note Lou Donaldson Sessions 1957-60.
Light Foot was the followup to Blues Walk, considered by many to be his best album. For more on Blues Walk read this previous post.
With Light Foot the blues elements that surfaced on Blues Walk became more pronounced. Most of the tempos seemed slowed down and the solos more mellow. Take for instance the track Day Dreams, which you can access below.
Somehow Blue Note squeezed all five minutes of the album track on the "B" side of a DJ single (Hog Maw was on the "A" side) and it's from the 45 that the MP3 is taken.
From YouTube here's another track from Light Foot. It was most likely sourced from a CD, judging by the excellent sound quality.