Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
1996 release on CBH/ SPV, 82 minutes of southern rockanthems recorded live on their 1995 U.S. tour. Pressed ontwo full color picture CDs in a double slimline jewel case,it features 13 tracks, including: 'Sweet Home Alabama... more »
1996 release on CBH/ SPV, 82 minutes of southern rockanthems recorded live on their 1995 U.S. tour. Pressed ontwo full color picture CDs in a double slimline jewel case,it features 13 tracks, including: 'Sweet Home Alabama','Free Bird', 'Saturday Night Special', 'What's Your Name','Working For MCA', 'That Smell', 'Gimme Three Steps' and'Simple Man'.
Good, but not great.
Kris Huff | Shady Spring, WV USA | 06/14/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is probably Lynyrd Skynyrd's worst live album. The band sounds pretty uninspired here. But Skynyrd's worst is better than most band's best, so this is a worthwhile purchase for Skynyrd fans. Of particular note is an electric version of "Devil In The Bottle", which is almost a completely different song when compared to the acoustic version on Endangered Species. The rarely performed "Down South Jukin'" and "Double Trouble" shine here as well, with an extra solo at the end of the latter. "T For Texas" is another surprise, but it pales in comparison with the version on "One More From The Road". The band did sound pretty stale here, though that was remedied a year or so later with the addition of Ricky Medlocke and Hughie Thommason (check out Lyve From Steeltown for the definitive post-plane crash live album). Anyway, if you're a hardcore Skynyrd fan, buy this one. But don't set your expectations too high."
The best Live Sweet Home Performance Ever
M. Shawn Clark | Canoga Park, CA United States | 12/04/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have 21 Synyrd Albums and if you like them live you have to buy this one. I has been hard to get for years. Free Bird and Sweet Home are the best they ever performed (mostly because of the unbelievable improve guitar work). If you know a Skynyrd fan they won't be disappointed."