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Lynyrd Skynyrd - One More from the Road album mp3
Album Rock,Hard Rock,Southern Rock,Arena Rock,Blues-Rock,Boogie Rock,Rock & Roll
  • Performer:
    Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • Title:
    One More from the Road
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Album Rock,Hard Rock,Southern Rock,Arena Rock,Blues-Rock,Boogie Rock,Rock & Roll
  • Date of release:
    September, 1976
  • Recording date:
    July, 1976
  • Duration:
    54:46
  • Recording location:
    Fabulous Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA
  • Size FLAC version
    1635 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1612 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1471 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    362
  • Formats:
    AU MPC MMF AAC DXD AC3

One More from the Road (Styled as "One More For From The Road") is a live album by Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, capturing three shows recorded in July 1976, at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia. Since 1974, Lynyrd Skynyrd had supported rock promoter Alex Cooley so that the Fox Theatre was saved from demolition.

Tracks 2-7, 2-8, 2-10, 2-11 originally released on Skynyrd Collectybles (2000). Track 2-9 originally CD reissue bonus track (1996). Audio restoration, assembly and digital mastering at Audio Mechanics, Los Angeles, CA. Pro Tools digital audio repairs at Mad Dog Studios, Burbank, CA. Tape baking and digital transfers at Penguin Recording, Eagle Rock, CA. Very special thanks to Larkin Collins Sr. for providing the original 2", 16-track master tapes.

This captures Lynyrd Skynyrd at their peak, during July of 1976, which was a historical year in it's own right, because it was our Nation's Bicentennial. This was recorded in Altanta's Historic Fox Theatre, in downtown Atlanta, on Peachtree Street. A large portion of the proceeds from this three night concert, and the album was given to the City of Atlanta, for the "Save the Fox Foundation". The "original" lineup for this tour was at its best for this album. Great, Great album here.

But Skynyrd has always relied more on a solid repertoire of rock material than on instrumental expertise. Their three guitarists - Steve Gaines has joined to fill Ed King’s old slot - have a solid arsenal of fills and solo ideas, but none of them has ever created a readily identifiable style. Appropriately, the solos in Crossroads never stray too far from Clapton’s on Wheels of Fire  . Penny for penny, One More from the Road offers a prime cut of guitar rock. In This Article: Lynyrd Skynyrd.

Features Song Lyrics for Lynyrd Skynyrd's One More from the Road (Live) album. Lynyrd Skynyrd - One More From The Road (Live) Album. Artist: Lynyrd Skynyrd. Send "Lynyrd Skynyrd" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: One More From The Road (Live).

Lynyrd Skynyrd One More From the Road 1976 Double LP Album Vinyl Record VG+. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Lynyrd Skynyrd: One More From The Road Record Album. Here's a great double album by Lynyrd Skynyrd The center hole will not have been misshapen by repeated play. In general, if not for a couple things wrong with it, this would be Near Mint.

Great live album with a lot of classics including the great non album track Travelin man which is quite killer in my opinion. Give Your Opinion on One More From the Road. Staff & Contributors // Site Forum // Contact us. Bands:.

Lynyrd Skynyrd (Box Set) is the first box set released by Lynyrd Skynyrd. It features outtakes, demos and live versions of songs released on their first six albums. It was certified Gold on 11/18/1997 by the RIAA. Free Bird" (Demo, Oct 1970) (Allen Collins, Ronnie Van Zant) – 4:07. Junkie" (Demo, Oct 1970) (Collins, Van Zant) – 3:48. He's Alive" (Demo, Oct 1970) (Collins, Van Zant) – 3:09.

Credits

Jo Jo Billingsley - Vocals
J.J. Cale - Composer
Allen Collins - Composer, Guitar
Cameron Crowe - Liner Notes
Tom Dowd - Producer
Cassie Gaines - Vocals
Steve Gaines - Guitar, Vocals
Leslie Hawkins - Vocals
Robert Johnson - Composer
John Kehe - Photography
Ed King - Composer
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Primary Artist
Sam McPherson - Harmonica
George Osaki - Art Direction
Billy Powell - Composer, Keyboards
Neal Preston - Photography
Artimus Pyle - Drums
Jimmie Rodgers - Composer
Gary Rossington - Composer, Guitar, Keyboards
Fred Valentine - Photography
Ronnie Van Zant - Composer, Vocals
Leon Wilkeson - Bass, Composer

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Workin' for MCA Ed King / Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd 4:38
2 I Ain't the One Gary Rossington / Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd 3:37
3 Saturday Night Special Ed King / Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd 3:51
4 Searching Allen Collins / Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd 7:39
5 Travelin' Man Leon Wilkeson / Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd 5:30
6 Simple Man Gary Rossington / Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd 4:14
7 Whiskey Rock-A-Roller Ed King / Billy Powell / Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd 6:49
8 The Needle and the Spoon Allen Collins / Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd 5:00
9 Gimme Back My Bullets Gary Rossington / Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd 5:27
10 Tuesday's Gone Allen Collins / Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd 4:17
11 Sweet Home Alabama Ed King / Gary Rossington / Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd 3:44

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Gimme Three Steps Allen Collins / Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd 5:17
2 Call Me the Breeze J.J. Cale Lynyrd Skynyrd 6:21
3 T for Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1) Jimmie Rodgers Lynyrd Skynyrd 8:37
4 Sweet Home Alabama Ed King / Gary Rossington / Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd 6:51
5 Crossroads Robert Johnson Lynyrd Skynyrd 4:25
6 Free Bird Allen Collins / Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd 13:40

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Can a band be more tight and on time than Skynyrd is here at the Fabulous Fox Theatre? If so, I can count them on one hand, despite the lackluster 3 star rating. Excellent concert from southern rock's most infamous septet (not to mention the Honkettes). The rhythm section doesn't miss a beat and the lead guitar trio of Allen Collins, Steve Gaines and Gary Rossington are on fire throughout both discs, with the Okie newcomer stealing the spotlight on "Call Me the Breeze," "T for Texas," "Workin' for MCA" and "Sweet Home Alabama." Gaines is a more than capable replacement for Ed King, a stout player in his own right, who left the band the previous year in 1975. Rumor has it that upon his debut show, the band was prepared to turn off Gaines's amplifier if he could not play to their expectations, but he did not disappoint. Subsequently he took the band to new heights with both his guitar playing and song writing on their follow up studio album "Street Survivors" in 1977. Meanwhile, Billy Powell, a classically trained pianist mind you, provides rollicking honky-tonk flourishes manning the ivory and RVZ is the consummate front man, keeping the audience on its toes with classic commentary between songs and cat-calls and whistles throughout the evening's performance. Most of us know what happened in Gillsburg, Mississippi on the fateful day of October 20, 1977 and can only think of what could've been. However, this album is a legendary show case of what they were at their peak as the preeminent southern rock band. The 25th anniversary deluxe edition released in 2001 provides a more in-depth look at the band's three night run, featuring alternate numbers and a re-master that is a tad better sonically featuring a slight reverb or as if the recording microphones are placed at a greater distance from the amplifiers.
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Recorded live at Atlanta's Fabulous Fox Theatre in July1976 as a part of the "Save The Fox" campaign (Can you believe people wanted to demolish this great historical venue?), this record captures the band performing at their peak a little over a year before the tragic plane crash that killed lead singer, Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist Steve Gaines and his sister and backup singer, Cassie Gaines. Steve Gaines had just recently joined the band as their third guitarist replacing the departed Ed King who quit the band in 1975. This live concert recording would demonstrate what an asset Gaines' addition to the band meant and it would be further demonstrated in their next project, "Street Survivors" in 1977. This gem really captured the original Lynyrd Skynyrd in all its glory! They were a great band with a triple guitar attack, a very talented piano player, and prominent lead vocalist and front man who could write great songs.