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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Lynyrd Skynyrd 1978 Skynyrd's First And Last

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:36:58
Size: 50,71 MB

United States

Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

So named because this consists of Skynyrd's earliest recordings and was released after the tragic plane crash, thereby seeming to close the door on the band's career, Skynyrd's First and...Last is more than a simple historic curiosity, but not too much more. This music is more notable for being interesting -- in how it's possible to hear Ronnie VanZant coming into his own as a writer, or hearing future Blackfoot leader Ricky Medlocke's early songs -- than it is for being good, which it certainly is. Taken on its own, separated from the rest of the group's catalog, this would likely be seen as a great forgotten hard rock album from an obscure Southern outfit, but since Skynyrd went on to greater things, this winds up as a footnote -- enjoyable


01 - Down South Jukin' 02:15

02 - Preacher's Daughter 03:41

03 - White Dove 02:59

04 - Was I Right Or Wrong 05:25

05 - Lend A Helpin' Hand 04:22

06 - Wino 03:18

07 - Comin' Home 05:34

08 - The Seasons 04:12

09 - Things Goin' On 05:12

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elvis70 said...

Thank you!!

I'm looking for Skynyrd's cds Twenty,Edge Of Forever,The Last Rebel,Nuthin' Fancy and Vicious Cycle.

SouthernBluesRock said...

@elvis70: send me an email and I will help you with your requests!

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