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    Street Survivors

    Street Survivors appeared in stores in October 1977, just days before Lynyrd Skynyrd's touring plane crashed,
    tragically killing many members of the band. If the band had lived "Street Survivors" would have been seen as an unqualified triumph, a record that firmly re-established Skynyrd's status as the great Southern rock band. The album achieved gold certification just 10 days after its release. It would later go double platinum.
    1. What's Your Name
    2. That Smell
    3. One More Time
    4. I Know A Little
    5. You Got That Right
    6. I Never Dreamed
    7. Honky Tonk Night Time Man
    8. Ain't No Good Life
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    Street Survivors

    1977 Smash Remains South Rock Legends Finest Hour: Includes Whats Your Name and That Smell


    Last Album Made By Original Members Ronnie Van Zant and Allen Collins


    Mastered on Mobile Fidelitys World-Renowned Mastering System and Pressed at RTI


    Triple-Guitar Front of Steve Gaines, Gary Rossington, and Collins Remains Rocks Most Formidable Assembly of Six-String Players


    Street Survivors remains Lynyrd Skynyrds finest hour, and for many reasons. The last album recorded with original vocalist Ronnie Van Zant and guitarist Steve Gaines, who passed away in a tragic plane accident three days after its release, the 1977 set is both mythical for its historical significance as well as infallible songwriting quality. Then there's the triple-guitar front of Collins, Gary Rossington, and Steve Gaines, which, together, comprise the most formidable combination of lead six-string players assembled on an original album. Add in freshly inspired performances and classic Muscle Shoals production, and you have a timeless work of art.


    Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed at RTI (the best record plant in North America), Mobile Fidelity Silver Series' limited edition LP presents Skynyrds landmark effort in a dynamic, organic, soulful, and balanced sound that puts the musicians on a wide soundstage that will make you think they are standing on a stage in your room. In particular, Van Zants re-energized singing comes through with utmost clarity and verve. The complex web of guitars is now unraveled, with each of the instrumentalists possessing their own space, allowing their contributions to assume a transparency that further lends to the musics impact. Background vocals, too, rise up above what had heretofore been an artificial ceiling.


    Produced by iconic producer Tom Dowd, Street Survivors is drenched in earthy vibes and live-from-the-floor rawness, the sense of spontaneity and interplay underlining the groups taut albeit loose material. Rebounding from 1975s solid yet semi-formulaic Nuthin Fancy and the following years equally lukewarm Gimme Back My Bullets, Skynyrd comes out firing on Street Survivors and never let up. The septets nucleus was never better. It's lamentable that this stands as the lineups only studio record together, but the music here makes you all the more thankful for the chance to at least here them reach their potential at least once.


    Gaines incredible abilities spur on his mates, which respond with strong ideas and even stronger performances. Melodies are sharp, hooks are abundant, rhythms in command. A miasma of blues, rock, country, gospel, and soul informs the arrangements, and those three guitarists play as if their lives depended on getting everything just right. Songs flow with an effortless ease, and whether its the slithering organ-backed rollick of I Never Dreamed, swampy drug-abuse warning That Smell, or autobiographical honky-tonk Ain't No Good Life, Skynryd clicks on all cylinders. Swagger, swing, and strut. What an album.


    Honor Van Zant and Collins memories, and revisit a Southern rock masterpiece, by acquiring this collectable version of Street Survivors.


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    1. What's Your Name
    2. That Smell
    3. One More Time
    4. I Know A Little
    5. You Got That Rig
    6. I Never Dreamed
    7. Honky Tonk Night Man
    8. Ain't No Good Life
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    Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-Nerd

    Released in 1973 "Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd" was Lynyrd Skynyrd's first album. There are few records that sound this raw and uncompromising, especially records by debut bands. The genius of Skynyrd is that they un-selfconsciously blended album-oriented hard rock, blues, country, and garage rock, turning it all into a distinctive sound that sounds familiar but thoroughly unique.
    1. I Ain't The One
    2. Tuesday's Gone
    3. Gimme Three Steps
    4. Simple Man
    5. Things Goin' On
    6. Mississippi Kid
    7. Poison Whiskey
    8. Free Bird
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    Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd

    Ranked 401/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    The South Rises Again: Bluesy, Hard-Rocking 1973 Debut Raised Southern Rock Flag


    Landmark Release Includes Ageless "Free Bird," "Tuesday's Gone," "Gimme Three Steps," "Simple Man"


    Rawness Never Felt So Real: Mobile Fidelity LP Affords Triple-Guitar Array, Gritty Lead Vocals Plentiful Space and Rich Tonalities


    Forget, for a moment, "Free Bird." Consider, instead, the authentic down-home rowdiness, distinctive first-person narratives, searing triple-guitar front, gritty vocals, and bluesy boogie bluster. And the undeniable youthful hunger pumping through the subtly witty songs, all strongly rooted in Southern heritage and working-class values. Independent of the most-requested tune in history, Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd bleeds red, white, and blue and encapsulates the wondrous dichotomies of Southern rock.


    Half-speed mastered from the original master tapes and pressed on 180g LP at RTI, Mobile Fidelity's vinyl edition of the Floridian group's ground-shaking debut is the equivalent of having access to the band's amplifiers and producer Al Kooper's control boards in the studio. Affording palpable spaciousness to each of the instruments, expanding the dynamic range, and clearing away previous tonal congestion, this version presents the septet's raw, honest tunes in the most direct, hard-hitting sound they've ever enjoyed. It lays waste to all prior reissues-none of which on LP went back to the master tapes.


    Months before Lynyrd Skynyrd enjoyed the privilege of recording its debut, the band entered its seventh year of playing juke joints and assorted dives in a bootstraps effort to land a deal. During a residency at a hardscrabble Georgian club, the group's rambunctious rock, swaggering attitude, blue-collar determination, and country-reared cadence caught the ear of producer/musician Al Kooper. The rest is history. Kooper inked the ensemble to his new imprint and hustled everyone into a Georgia studio for sessions that occurred March through April 1973.


    It's at the Studio One space that Lynyrd Skynyrd flashed scampering tempos, cutting give-and-take riffs, loose barroom lines, and off-the-cuff vocalese that entirely separated its approach from that of the more jazz-styled affairs of the Allman Brothers Band. Confederate flags, empty whiskey bottles, cocked pistols, rotgut habits, scorned women, and prodigal drifters populate the songs, nearly all written from first-person perspectives that add to their genuineness. Prophetic touches-twinkling piano notes, soaring mellotrons, a one-off harmonica-provide ideal complements to the intertwined guitar melodies and singer Ronnie Van Zant's comfortable gruffness and way of expressing local customs.


    Whether it's the them's-fightin'-words edginess of the humorous albeit entirely believable Southern-etched yarn "Gimme Three Steps," which sails on a triple mast of six-string exchanges and clicks heels to a trotting percussive beat that doubles as the sound of cowboy-boot heels, or the spiritual pleas and lived-in wisdom echoed on the barbed-wire balladry of "Simple Man," Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd burns with forthright and freewheeling desire, rebellious and sincere earnestness. Seen from either a lyrical, musical, or performance perspective, there's not a wasted second or awkward moment to be found.


    Then, of course, there's the sugary drip of Van Zant's political ragtime-referencing affair "Things Goin' On," bluegrass-tinted swing of "Mississippi Kid," and swampy get-go of "Poison Whiskey." They all lead up to the epic "Free Bird," a greasy slide-guitar anthem that no matter how many times it's played or requested in jest, never loses its power to grip the listener's emotions like an iron vice. What a record.


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    1. I Ain't the One
    2. Tuesday's Gone
    3. Gimme Three Steps
    4. Simple Man
    5. Things Goin' On
    6. Mississippi Kid
    7. Poison Whiskey
    8. Free Bird
    Lynyrd Skynyrd
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  • Nuthin' Fancy Nuthin' Fancy Quick View

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    Nuthin' Fancy

    Mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio


    200-gram vinyl pressing by Quality Record Pressings!


    Deluxe gatefold jacket


    The title may say Nuthin' Fancy but don't be deceived! This 200-gram stunner pressed at Quality Record Pressings is nearly peerless as a Southern rock record. Expertly remastered by Kevin Gray, lacquer plating by master technician Gary Salstrom, heavy cardboard gatefold jacket with vibrantly reproduced original artwork. How does it get any better? As the Ultimate-Guitar.com put it: Most hard rock bands would give their left arm for a record that swaggers and hits as hard as Nuthin' Fancy.


    Second Helping brought Lynyrd Skynyrd mass success and for the follow-up they offered Nuthin' Fancy. It was a self-deprecating title for a record that may have offered more of the same, at least on the surface, but was still nearly peerless as a Southern rock record. The biggest difference with this record is that the band, through touring, has become heavier and harder, fitting right in with the heavy album rock bands of the mid-'70s. The second notable difference is that Ronnie Van Zant may have been pressed for material, since there are several songs here that are just good generic rockers. But he and Skynyrd prove that what makes a great band great is how they treat generic material, and Skynyrd makes the whole of Nuthin' Fancy feel every bit as convincing as their first two records.

    - All Music Guide

    1. Saturday Night Special
    2. Cheatin' Woman
    3. Railroad Song
    4. I'm A Country Boy
    5. On The Hunt
    6. Am I Losin'
    7. Made In The Shade
    8. Whiskey Rock-a-Roller
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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Live (Awaiting Repress) Lynyrd Skynyrd - Live (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Live (Awaiting Repress)

    The American rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd captured live in performance in the 70s. The songs played by the band include 'Simple Man', 'The Needle And The Spoon' and their signature track, 'Sweet Home Alabama'. Limited Vinyl edition.
    1. Saturday Night Special
    2. The Needle And The Spoon
    3. Things Goin On
    4. Gimme Three Steps
    5. They Call Me The Breeze
    6. Comin Home
    7. Simple Man
    8. Sweet Home Alabama
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  • Chattanooga Choo Choo Chattanooga Choo Choo Quick View

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    Chattanooga Choo Choo

    1000 Only Limited Edition On White Vinyl


    LYNYRD SKYNYRD's first major headlining shows and their first ventures overseas, carried out across 14 months of solid gigging, it led to an explosion in the popularity of the group. It was during this extravaganza that the recordings on this release were captured as part of a radio broadcast made from their Chattanooga, Tennessee gig in March of 75. The release features the massive hit FREE BIRD. Rolling Stone magazine ranked the group No. 95 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.

    LP1
    1. I Ain't The One
    2. I'm A Country Boy
    3. The Needle And The Spoon
    4. Saturday Night Special
    5. Don't Ask Me No Questions
    6. Am I Losin'?
    7. Made In The Shade
    8. Railroad Song
    9. Call Me The Breeze
    10. Sweet Home Alabama


    LP2
    1. Sweet Home Alabama
    2. Cheatin' Woman
    3. Working For The MCA
    4. Free Bird

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  • Second Helping (45 RPM) (Pre-Order) Second Helping (45 RPM) (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Second Helping (45 RPM) (Pre-Order)

    200-Gram 45 RPM Vinyl Pressing By Quality Record Pressings!


    Mastered By Kevin Gray At Cohearent Audio


    Sleeved In A Tip-On Jacket


    MoFi may have the rest of their catalogue, but Chad Kassem's coup is grabbing this album, the band's second, from 1974. Why? Because it kicks off with their anthem, the inimitable, riff-driven, majestic 'Sweet Home Alabama' - one of the greatest air-guitar/road trip songs ever. By this time, the band was a mite slicker but just as unapologetically Confederate-with-a-capital 'C' as on their debut. The opener does overshadow the rest, but the album serves up what the LP title promises in 'The Needle And The Spoon,' which sounds like 'Sweet Home Alabama II.' Musically, this nestles alongside Little Feat and The Allman Brothers Band - deservedly high praise. - Ken Kessler, Hi-Fi News, April 2014


    Get ready for some Southern hospitality, courtesy of Analogue Productions, Quality Record Pressings and one of the hardest-rocking bands to ever grace a stage! With a catalog of over 60 albums and sales beyond 30 million, Lynyrd Skynyrd remains a cultural icon that appeals to all generations.


    This Lynyrd Skynyrd 1974 album follows the success of Free Bird and Gimme Three Steps from their 1973 debut and features their biggest hit single, Sweet Home Alabama, an answer to Neil Young's Southern Man and Alabama. The song reached No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in August 1974. Second Helping also featured Don't Ask Me No Questions, Workin' for MCA and Call Me The Breeze, the latter of which includes an acclaimed piano solo. Backed by a tight rhythm section and the mighty three-guitar attack of Allen Collins, Ed King and Gary Rossington, singer Ronnie Van Zant turns in a legendary performance on the urgent blues ballad I Need You, the cautionary The Needle And The Spoon and The Ballad Of Curtis Loew. 200-gram vinyl, mastering by Kevin Gray, lacquer plating by QRP's Gary Salstrom, heavy, tip-on gatefold jacket. None better.

    LP 1
    1. Sweet Home Alabama
    2. I Need You
    3. Don't Ask Me No Questions
    4. Workin' For MCA


    LP 2
    1. The Ballad Of Curtis Loew
    2. Swamp Music
    3. The Needle And The Spoon
    4. Call Me The Breeze

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  • Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd (45 RPM) Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd (45 RPM) Quick View

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    Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd (45 RPM)


    45 RPM 200-Gram Gatefold Double LP Reissue


    Remastered By Ryan Smith At Sterling Sound From The Original Analog Tapes


    Plated And Pressed At Quality Record Pressings!


    Tip-On Gatefold Jacket By Stoughton Printing


    What would American southern rock be without the scorching sounds of Lynyrd Skynyrd? Analogue Productions and Quality Record Pressings have already brought you exceptional reissues of Second Helping and Nuthin' Fancy. Back to the well then, we go, for two more Skynyrd favorites - the epic Gimme Back My Bullets and the band's bluesy, hard-rocking 1973 debut Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd.


    Remastered from the original analog tapes by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound, our Analogue Productions reissue of Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd is the ultimate in luxurious reproduction and unbeatable sound. 200-gram plating and pressing by Quality Record Pressings, and a tip-on Stoughton Printing jacket round out the package.


    The undeniable youthful hunger of Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd pumps through the subtly witty songs, all strongly rooted in Southern heritage and working-class values. Independent of the most-requested tune in history, Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd bleeds red, white, and blue and encapsulates the wondrous dichotomies of Southern rock.


    Months before Lynyrd Skynyrd enjoyed the privilege of recording its debut, the band entered its seventh year of playing juke joints and assorted dives in a bootstraps effort to land a deal. During a residency at a hardscrabble Georgian club, the group's rambunctious rock, swaggering attitude, blue-collar determination, and country-reared cadence caught the ear of producer/musician Al Kooper. The rest is history. Kooper inked the ensemble to his new imprint and hustled everyone into a Georgia studio for sessions that occurred March through April 1973.


    It's at the Studio One space that Lynyrd Skynyrd flashed scampering tempos, cutting give-and-take riffs, loose barroom lines, and off-the-cuff vocalese that entirely separated its approach from that of the more jazz-styled affairs of the Allman Brothers Band. Confederate flags, empty whiskey bottles, cocked pistols, rotgut habits, scorned women, and prodigal drifters populate the songs, nearly all written from first-person perspectives that add to their genuineness. Prophetic touches - twinkling piano notes, soaring mellotrons, a one-off harmonica - provide ideal complements to the intertwined guitar melodies and singer Ronnie Van Zant's comfortable gruffness and way of expressing local customs.

    1. I Ain't The One
    2. Tuesday's Gone
    3. Gimme Three Steps
    4. Simple Man
    5. Things Goin' On
    6. Mississippi Kid
    7. Poison Whiskey
    8. Free Bird
    Lynyrd Skynyrd
    $54.99
    200 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP 45 RPM - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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    Taking The Biscuit

    Lynyrd Skynyrd were performing in the UK in late 1975, on a tour promoting their third studio record, Nuthin' Fancy. The band were coming off two hugely successful albums, their debut, Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd and 1974's Second Helping. This show features Lynyrd Skynyrd in an environment where they felt comfortable and were at the top of their game. With the exception of the Allman Brothers, most southern rock bands had stayed away from the U.K. during this period because the country's music scene was so wrapped up in glam, pub-rock and the emerging punk scene. But that didn't scare Skynyrd, who confidently played their brand of riff-driving southern fried rock boogie to crowds around the British Isles.
    LP 1
    1.Double Trouble
    2.I Ain't The One
    3.Needle And Spoon
    4.Saturday Night Special
    5.Gimme Three Steps
    6.I Got The Same Old Blues
    7.Simple Man


    LP 2
    1.Whiskey Rock-A-Roller
    2.Call Me The Breeze
    3.T For Texas
    4.Sweet Home Alabama
    5.Free Bird

    Lynyrd Skynyrd
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    One More From The Road

    Released in 1976, It marked the band's first live album, and the only live album from the classic era of the band (1970-1977) prior to the plane crash. It was enthusiastically embraced, entering the Top 10 (it would become one of their best-selling albums, as well). It's easy to see why it was welcomed, since this album demonstrates what a phenomenal catalog of songs Skynyrd accumulated.
    LP1
    1. Workin' For MCA
    2. I Ain't The One
    3. Searching
    4. Tuesday's Gone
    5. Saturday Night Special
    6. Travellin' Man
    7. Whiskey Rock-A-Roller
    8. Sweet Home Alabama


    LP2
    1. Gimme Three Steps
    2. Call Me The Breeze
    3. T For Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1)
    4. The Needle And The Spoon
    5. Crossroads
    6. Free Bird

    Lynyrd Skynyrd
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  • Last Of A Dyin' Breed Last Of A Dyin' Breed Quick View

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    Last Of A Dyin' Breed

    Legendary rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd returns with a fiery slice of Southern style guitar rock heaven in Last of a Dyin' Breed, their newest release on Roadrunner/Loud & Proud Records.


    This is the kind of record guaranteed to feed the needs of the multi-generational Skynyrd Nation, and continue the renewed vigor the band exhibited with their last album, 2009's God & Guns.


    For the passionate, longtime fans of the band, this is Skynyrd at the top of their game, complete with instantly memorable songs, more hooks than a tackle box, and a blistering three-guitar attack at full power.


    From the raging guitars of the title track and the pounding, funky homage to local talent in Home Grown to the mind-blowing Honey Hole, Lynyrd Skynyrd sound like young bucks having one hell of a good time, which, regarding the latter, founding member Gary Rossington says is very much the case.

    1. Last Of A Dyin' Breed
    2. One Day At A Time
    3. Homegrown
    4. Ready To Fly
    5. Mississippi Blood
    6. Good Teacher
    7. Something To Live For
    8. Life's Twisted
    9. Nothing Comes Easy
    10. Honey Hole
    11. Start Livin' Life Again
    Lynyrd Skynyrd
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    Second Helping

    Lynyrd Skynyrd wrote the book on Southern rock with their first album, so it only made sense that they followed it for their second album, aptly titled Second Helping. Released in 1974, the group turned out a record that replicated all the strengths of the original, but was a little tighter and a little more professional. This album featured the bands biggest hit single, Sweet Home Alabama and reached #12 on the Billboard album charts.
    1. Sweet Home Alabama
    2. I Need You
    3. Don't Ask Me No Questions
    4. Workin' For MCA
    5. The Ballad Of Curtis Loew
    6. Swamp Music
    7. The Needle And The Spoon
    8. Call Me The Breeze
    Lynyrd Skynyrd
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    Gimme Back My Bullets

    Gimme Back My Bullets is Lynyrd Skynyrd's fourth studio album. It was released in 1976 and reached # 20 on the U.S. albums chart.
    1. Gimme Back My Bullets
    2. Every Mother's Son
    3. Trust
    4. (I Got The) Same Old Blues
    5. Double Trouble
    6. Roll Gypsy Roll
    7. Searching
    8. Cry For The Bad Man
    9. All I Can Do Is Write About It
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    Gimme Back My Bullets (45 RPM)


    45 RPM 200-Gram Gatefold Double LP Reissue


    Remastered By Ryan Smith At Sterling Sound From The Original Analog Tapes


    Plated And Pressed At Quality Record Pressings!


    Tip-On Gatefold Jacket By Stoughton Printing


    What would American southern rock be without the scorching sounds of Lynyrd Skynyrd? Analogue Productions and Quality Record Pressings have already brought you exceptional reissues of Second Helping and Nuthin' Fancy. Back to the well then, we go, for two more Skynyrd favorites - the epic Gimme Back My Bullets and the band's bluesy, hard-rocking 1973 debut Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd.


    This 1976 Tom Dowd-produced classic, Gimme Back My Bullets, the fourth studio album from the legendary southern rock band, features the original line-up of Ronnie Van Zant on vocals, lead guitar great Gary Rossington, Allen Collins on guitar, Leon Wilkerson on bass, Billy Powell on piano, and Artemus Pyle on the drums.


    Other records from the late, great, and original Lynyrd Skynyrd were more barroom raw (Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd), indelibly rocking (Second Helping), and radio-ready (Street Survivors), but none was as endearing and cohesive as Gimme Back My Bullets). The 1976 LP, whose title referred not to ammunition, but to the Billboard term 'No. 1 with a bullet,' found the normally three-fisted Florida guitar army one axe short.


    But it allowed Gary Rossington and Allen Collins to work more intuitively on the songwriting chores with vocalist Ronnie Van Zant, while providing room to groove in the process. The results, though underrated in the band's epic pre-crash catalog, sweep into rock ('Trust,' 'Searching'), blues ('I Got the Same Old Blues'), folk ('Every Mother's Son'), and country ('All I Can Do Is Write About It'). - Amazon

    1. Gimme Back My Bullets
    2. Every Mother's Son
    3. Trust
    4. I Got The Same Old Blues
    5. Double Trouble
    6. Roll Gypsy Roll
    7. Searchin'
    8. Cry For The Badman
    9. All I Can Do Is Write About You
    Lynyrd Skynyrd
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    Beatin' The Odds

    Molly Hatchet, like many of the bands who grew out of the Southern states, preferred to live life walking it like they talked it. Blazing a trail akin to their musical and spiritual forefathers Lynyrd Skynyrd, there was little room for frippery in both life and music, but with a dedication to their chosen craft, an understanding that you lived life hard, be it at home or on the road.
    1. Beatin' the Odds
    2. Double Talker
    3. The Rambler
    4. Sailor
    5. Dead and Gone
    6. Few and Far Between
    7. Penthouse Pauper
    8. Get Her Back
    9. Poison Pen
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    Nuthin' Fancy

    Released in 1975, The biggest difference with "Nuthin' Fancy" is that the band, through touring, has become heavier and harder, fitting right in with the heavy album rock bands of the mid-'70s. The album was their first to reach the Top 10, peaking at #9 on the US albums chart.
    1. Saturday Night Special
    2. Cheatin' Woman
    3. Railroad Song
    4. I'm A Country Boy
    5. On The Hunt
    6. Am I Losin'
    7. Made In The Shade
    8. Whiskey Rock-A-Roller
    Lynyrd Skynyrd
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    Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-Nerd

    Ranked 401/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Perhaps people needed help pronouncing Lynyrd Skynyrd's name when the Florida band's debut album came out in 1973, but soon no one would need help recognizing - or requesting - the album's classic rock anthem Free Bird. With the exception of this nine-minute epic, Pronounced is actually quite lean and mean. Full of instantly recognizable Skynyrd standards like I Ain't the One, Gimme Three Steps, Poison Whiskey, Simple Man, and the ultimate rock ballad Tuesday's Gone, there isn't a single weak spot on it. By blending hard rock, blues, country, and the heart of the South with the distinctly sentimental voice and intelligent lyrics of Ronnie Van Zant, Lynyrd Skynyrd didn't just create an anthem with this album, they defined a genre. They also won themselves an opening slot on the Who's US Quadrophenia tour. Fun Fact: Leonard Skinnerd was a physical-education teacher at the band members' high school that busted their chops for having long hair.

    1. I Ain't the One
    2. Tuesday's Gone
    3. Gimme Three Steps
    4. Simple Man
    5. Things Goin' On
    6. Mississippi Kid
    7. Poison Whiskey
    8. Free Bird
    Lynyrd Skynyrd
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  • The Deed Is Done The Deed Is Done Quick View

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    The Deed Is Done

    Molly Hatchet, like many of the bands who grew out of the Southern states, preferred to live life walking it like they talked it. Blazing a trail akin to their musical and spiritual forefathers Lynyrd Skynyrd, there was little room for frippery in both life and music, but with a dedication to their chosen craft, an understanding that you lived life hard, be it at home or on the road.
    1. Satisfied Man
    2. Backstabber
    3. She Does She Does
    4. Intro Piece
    5. Stone in Your Heart
    6. Man on the Run
    7. Good Smoke and Whiskey
    8. Heartbreak Radio
    9. I Ain't Got You
    10. Straight Shooter
    11. Song for the Children
    Molly Hatchet
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  • Second Helping Second Helping Quick View

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    Second Helping

    200-gram vinyl pressing by Quality Record Pressings!


    Mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio


    Sleeved in a tip-on jacket


    Driven by core members Gary Rossington (guitar), Johnny Van Zant (vocals) and Rickey Medlocke (guitar), along with longtime drummer Michael Cartellone, Lynyrd Skynyrd's legacy goes back some 35 years ago to Jacksonville, Fla., and was halted for a decade by the 1977 plane crash that killed three band members, including Ronnie Van Zant and Steve Gaines. Since then, the band tragically lost Allen Collins, Leon Wilkeson and Huey Thomasson, yet they rock on. With the recent passing of founding member/keyboardist Billy Powell and longtime bassist Ean Evans, a lot of people probably expected us to say enough is enough, admits Medlocke. But that would not be the way of this Rock & Roll Hall of Fame powerhouse. With a catalog of over 60 albums and sales beyond 30 million, Lynyrd Skynyrd remains a cultural icon that appeals to all generations.


    This Lynyrd Skynyrd 1974 album follows the success of Free Bird and Gimme Three Steps from their 1973 debut and features their biggest hit single, Sweet Home Alabama, an answer to Neil Young's Southern Man and Alabama. The song reached No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in August 1974. Second Helping also featured Don't Ask Me No Questions, Workin' for MCA and Call Me The Breeze, the latter of which includes an acclaimed piano solo. Backed by a tight rhythm section and the mighty three-guitar attack of Allen Collins, Ed King and Gary Rossington, singer Ronnie Van Zant turns in a legendary performance on the urgent blues ballad I Need You, the cautionary The Needle And The Spoon and The Ballad Of Curtis Loew.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Sweet Home Alabama
    2. I Need You
    3. Don't Ask Me No Questions
    4. Workin' For MCA
    5. The Ballad Of Curtis Loew
    6. Swamp Music
    7. The Needle And The Spoon
    8. Call Me The Breeze
    Lynyrd Skynyrd
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    Gimme Back My Bullets


    First Time Audiophile Vinyl Release & Gatefold Cover Presentation


    Produced By The Legendary Tom Dowd


    Mastered Impeccably From The Original MCA Records Tapes By Joe Reagoso


    After the success of their first three albums and an amazing
    number of concerts and tours, Lynyrd Skynyrd followed things up rebel
    style with the very hard rockin' fan favorite Gimme Back My Bullets.


    As you would expect, this album is filled with stellar southern
    fried rock and blues classics like the hard rock title track Gimme Back
    My Bullets, the blues belter Cry For The Badman, and of course the
    brilliant Every Mother's Son .


    In addition to these rock greats, this legendary Tom Dowd
    produced session yielded more Skynyrd classics with the powerhouse
    Double Trouble plus their amazing J.J. Cale interpretation of I Got The
    Same Old Blues.


    The 1976 classic also featured the original Lynyrd Skynryd line up of the late great lead vocalist and all around rock 'n' roll hero
    Ronnie Van Zant , lead guitar great Gary Rossington, the late greats
    Allen Collins on guitar, Leon Wilkerson on bass and Billy Powell on
    piano, with Artemus Pyle powering away on the drums.


    Friday Music is no stranger to the musical legacy of the southern
    rock royalty of Lynyrd Skynyrd. Therefore it is with much honor
    to announce the first installment in our Lynryd Skynyrd 180 Gram
    Audiophile Vinyl Series with their brilliant hard rock masterpiece
    Gimme Back My Bullets.


    For the first time ever on 180 Gram Vinyl, this limited edition
    masterwork was mastered from the original MCA Records tapes
    by Joe Reagoso (Lynyrd Skynyrd/ Deep Purple/ Alice Cooper) and
    produced by the late great southern soul and rock giant Tom Dowd
    (Eric Clapton, Ray Charles).


    To enhance your Lynyrd Skynyrd experience even further, this
    stunning album also includes a first time gatefold cover, featuring the
    original artwork elements as well as the nine brilliant tunes you will
    truly enjoy in the audiophile vinyl domain.


    Lynyrd Skynyrd .Gimme Back My Bullets A first time
    Audiophile Vinyl Experience . Exclusively from your friends at Friday
    Music


    Gimme Back, Gimme Back My Bullets

    1. Gimme Back My Bullets
    2. Every Mother's Son
    3. Trust
    4. I Got The Same Old Blues
    5. Double Trouble
    6. Roll Gypsy Roll
    7. Searchin'
    8. Cry For The Badman
    9. All I Can Do Is Write About You
    Lynyrd Skynyrd
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  • Forrest Gump (20th Anniversary Soundtrack) (Awaiting Repress) Forrest Gump (20th Anniversary Soundtrack) (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Forrest Gump (20th Anniversary Soundtrack) (Awaiting Repress)

    Mastered For Vinyl And Lacquers Created By Kevin Gray, Then Plated At RTI


    First Pressing Is On An 'All-American' Limited Edition And Hand-Numbered 3x 180 Gram Colored Vinyl LPs: Red, White And Blue


    Vinyl Made In America At United Record Pressing Plant


    Triple Panel Gatefold Jacket. Matte Paper Finish With Spot UV


    Three Matte 11x11'' Full Color Inserts


    To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the motion picture Forrest Gump, we're proud to announce the first ever North American vinyl pressing of the soundtrack. All 32-tracks have been placed across three records to ensure maximum audio-fidelity, in addition to vinyl mastering and lacquers by Kevin Gray, and plating at RTI. The album will be available on 180 Gram ''All American'' Red, White and Blue vinyl LPs, pressed at United Record Pressing in the USA. First pressings will be hand-numbered and limited.


    The 32-song soundtrack from the film was originally released on July 6, 1994. The soundtrack includes songs from Elvis Presley, Fleetwood Mac, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Aretha Franklin, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Three Dog Night, The Byrds, The Doors, The Mamas & the Papas, The Doobie Brothers, Simon & Garfunkel, Bob Seger, and Buffalo Springfield, among others. Music producer Joel Sill reflected on compiling the soundtrack: ''We wanted to have very recognizable material that would pinpoint time periods, yet we didn't want to interfere with what was happening cinematically.'' The two-disc album has a variety of music from the 1950s-1980s performed by American artists. According to Sill, this was due to Zemeckis' request, ''All the material in there is American. Bob (Zemeckis) felt strongly about it. He felt that Forrest wouldn't buy anything but American.''


    Forrest Gump: The Soundtrack is one of the most successful movie soundtrack albums of all time. The album - like the film - instantly captured the heart of America, going into the top 10 of Billboard's Pop Album chart and shipping over 1 million units in its first few weeks of release. This timeless double album of American Classics has since been certified DIAMOND - selling over 6 million copies.


    ''The movie Forrest Gump is about time. A simple man's journey through complicated times. The coming-of-age of a generation and a country. And at the heart of the story is the music. Music that lives with us, always there to remind us of the people, the places, and the events of our time.'' - Robert Zemeckis & Eric Roth

    LP1
    1. Elvis Presley - Hound Dog
    2. Duane Eddy - Rebel Rouser
    3. Clarence ''Frogman'' Henry - (I Don't Know Why) But I Do
    4. The Rooftop Singers - The Walk Right In
    5. Wilson Pickett - Land Of 1000 Dances
    6. Joan Baez - Blowin' In The Wind
    7. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Fortunate Son
    8. The Four Tops - I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)
    9. Aretha Franklin - Respect
    10. Bob Dylan - Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
    11. The Beach Boys - Sloop John B
    12. The Mamas & The Papas - California Dreamin'
    13. Buffalo Springfield - For What It's Worth


    LP2
    1. Jackie DeShannon - What The World Needs Now Is Love
    2. The Doors - Break On Through (To The Other Side)
    3. Simon & Garfunkel - Mrs. Robinson
    4. Jefferson Airplane - Volunteers
    5. The Youngbloods - Let's Get Together
    6. Scott McKenzie - San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair)
    7. The Byrds - Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season)
    8. The Fifth Dimension - Medley: Aquarius / Let The Sunshine In
    9. Harry Nilsson - Everybody's Talkin'
    10. Three Dog Night - Joy To The World
    11. The Supremes - Stoned Love


    LP3
    1. B.J. Thomas - Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head
    2. Randy Newman - Mr. President (Have Pity On The Working Man)
    3. Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama
    4. The Doobie Brothers - The It Keeps You Runnin'
    5. Gladys Knight & The Pips - I've Got To Use My Imagination
    6. Willie Nelson - On The Road Again
    7. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - Against The Wind
    8. Alan Silvestri - Forrest Gump Suite

    Various Artists
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    Silent Reign Of Heroes

    This Lynyrd Skynyrd-style, blues rock outfit emerged from the US deep south. The name derived from a tale of a woman in seventeenth-century Salem who beheaded her lovers with an axe after sleeping with them. The initial line-up comprised Dave Hlubek (guitar), Steve Holland (guitar), Duane Roland (guitar), Banner Thomas (bass), Danny Joe Brown (vocals) and Bruce Crump (drums). Their 1978 debut album, produced by Tom Werman (of Cheap Trick and Ted Nugent fame), was an instant success, with its three-pronged guitar onslaught and gut-wrenching vocals. The band then achieved a US Top 20 placing with their second album, Flirtin` With Disaster. Brown was replaced by Jimmy Farrar in 1980, before the recording of the band`s third album, Beatin` The Odds. Farrar`s vocals were less distinctive than Brown`s, and an element of their identity was lost during the time that Farrar fronted the band. Nevertheless, commercial success continued, with both Beatin` The Odds and Take No Prisoners peaking on the Billboard album chart at numbers 25 and 36, respectively. In 1982, Danny Joe Brown rejoined the band in place of the departed Farrar, while Thomas and Crump were replaced by Riff West and B.B. Borden respectively. No Guts ... No Glory emerged and marked a return to the band`s roots: explosive guitar duels, heart-stopping vocals and steadfast rock `n` roll. Surprisingly, the album flopped and Hlubek insisted on a radical change in direction. Steve Holland quit and drummer Crump returned, while keyboard player John Galvin (from the Danny Joe Brown Band) was recruited for the recording of The Deed Is Done. This was a lightweight pop rock album, largely devoid of Molly Hatchet`s former trademarks. Following its release, the band retired temporarily to lick their wounds and reassess their future. In 1985, Double Trouble Live was unveiled, with a return to former styles. It included versions of their best-known songs, plus a Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute in the form of `Freebird`. Founder member Dave Hlubek subsequently departed, to be replaced by Bobby Ingram. The band signed a new recording contract with Capitol Records and returned with 1989`s Lightning Strikes Twice. This leaned away from their southern roots towards highly polished AOR. Featuring cover versions of Paul Stanley`s `Hide Your Heart` and `There Goes The Neighborhood`, the album was poorly received by fans and critics alike. A number of line-up changes ensued in the early 90s, leaving Brown as the only remaining original member. During this period he was continually plagued by illness as a result of diabetes. and eventually left Molly Hatchet in 1996 as they embarked on another recording comeback. The line-up that recorded Devil`s Canyon comprised Bobby Ingram, John Galvin, Phil McCormack (vocals), Bryan Bassett (guitar), Andy McKinney (bass) and Mac Crawford (drums). The revived band, with additional keyboard player Tim Donovan, then completed 1998`s Silent Reign Of Heroes. Further line-up changes saw mainstays Ingram, Galvin and McCormack joined by a regularly rotating cast list of musicians, as the band continued to tour and record with great success. Original guitarist Hlubek rejoined the line-up in early 2005 shortly before his former colleague Danny Joe Brown succumbed to diabetes.

    1. Mississippi Moon Dog

    2. World of Trouble

    3. Silent Reign of Heroes

    4. Miss Saturday Night

    5. Blue Thunder

    6. Just Remember (You're the Only One)

    7. Junk Yard Dawg

    8. Dead and Gone (Redneck Song)

    9. Saddle Tramp

    10. Fall of the Peacemakers

    11. Whiskey Man

    12. One Man's Pleasure

    Molly Hatchet
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    The Final Countdown

    The Final Countdown is the third studio album by the Swedish hard rock band Europe, and one of the most glorious launches in history. Released in 1986, the album was a huge commercial success selling over 3 million units in the United States alone, peaking at number 8 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart and reaching high positions in charts worldwide.


    Recorded at Powerplay Studios in ZÜrich, Switzerland, the band worked with American producer Kevin Elson, who had worked with bands like Journey and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Rock The Night and Ninja premiered on the band's Wings of Tomorrow tour in 1984. Five singles were released from the album: The Final Countdown, Love Chaser, Rock the Night, Carrie, and Cherokee.


    The song The Final Countdown was based on an old keyboard riff that Tempest had composed as early as 1981-82, on a Korg Polysix keyboard he had borrowed from Michaeli. In 1985 bassist John LevÉn suggested that Tempest should write a song based on that riff. The rest is Pop history.

    1. The Final Countdown
    2. Rock The Night
    3. Carrie
    4. Danger On The Track
    5. Ninja
    6. Cherokee
    7. Time Has Come
    8. Heart Of Stone
    9. On The Loose
    10. Love Chaser
    Europe
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