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Beyond the tragedy, the history, the raging guitars and the killer songs, ultimately, Lynyrd Skynyrd is about an indomitable will. About survival of spirit; unbowed, uniquely American, stubbornly resolute.

With their first set of new studio material since 2003’s Vicious Cycle, legendary rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd returns with God & Guns, due out September 29 on Loud & ... Read more in Amazon's Lynyrd Skynyrd Store

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  • Audio CD (June 22, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Sanctuary Records
  • ASIN: B000294SBQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #184,132 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. THAT'S HOW I LIKE IT
2. WHAT'S YOUR NAME
3. I KNOW A LITTLE
4. PICK 'EM UP
5. SIMPLE MAN
6. THAT SMELL
7. RED WHITE AND BLUE
8. DOWN SOUTH JUKIN'
9. GIMME BACK MY BULLETS
10. DOUBLE TROUBLE
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Disc: 2
1. Workin'
2. Gimme Three Steps
3. Call Me The Breeze
4. Sweet Home Alabama
5. The Way
6. Free Bird

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He sings great, even the old songs.
J. Coleman
Each song is well performed vocally and instrumentally.
Steve
This is the Vicious Cycle album on steroids.
R. Phillips

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Coleman on May 20, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I think this is a GREAT CD. I also have the DVD. Can't believe some people don't like Johnny. I think his brother Ronnie would be really proud of him. He sings great, even the old songs. As for not taking his singing seriously. He just has a good time with it. And Rickey Medlocke is AMAZING. I've been a Skynyrd fan for a lot of years. I think they are as Great now as they were before, if not better... lots of energy.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Steve on June 30, 2004
Format: Audio CD
After seeing Skynyrd and .38 Special twice on th "Vicious Cycle" Tour, this album took me right back to those concerts. Each song is well performed vocally and instrumentally. If you buy this album it is easy to see why there were people from 6 - 60 at these shows. Once again Skynyrd shows why they have been around for 30 years. Ronnie, Allen, Steve and Leon would be proud. Keep flying FREEBIRDS!!!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Adam Ashman on June 22, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Many have said that the band died in 1977, but I think one listen to this will prove that just isn't true. The show starts off with the hard rocking "That's How I like It," from their Vicous Cycle album. The next two are stellar versions of What's your Name and "I Know A little," which has a great slide intro from Rickey and Hughie comes up with a great riff to further that intro while Johnny does his thing in getting the crowd to scream louder. Pick em Up is another great one from "Vicious Cycle." The next two are classics Simple Man and That Smell which has a great feedback ending from all three guitarists. The medley is superb and from there the go right into one of the highlights; "The Ballad Of Curtis Loew." Tuesday's Gone and Mississippi Kid follow. It should be noted that the band went all out for this one. They got a horn section for a number of songs, a string section, and even Steve Traum to play harmonica on Tuesday's Gone. Workin' 3 steps and call me the breeze kick some serious butt. Sweet Home is the obvious ending. The string section comes back for The Way and Freebird. This CD is even better than the last one because they kept Ronnie's intro for Freebird. BOTTOM LINE: This is a fine concert from the Skynyrd boys. Cartellone provides thunderous drumming while Rossington, Medlocke,and Thomasson do their thing. A must have for any rock fan!!!!!
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Format: Audio CD
Johnny van Zant's lyrics are a little more genuinely redneck, perhaps, than his late brother's more tounge-in-cheek approach, and he says "arse" a lot more, but otherwise Skynyrd sound pretty much like you'd expect.
Only guitarist Gary Rossington and keyboardist Billy Powell are left from the original Skynyrd line-up, but you barely notice. Lynyrd Skynyrd version 2.003 sound almost exactly like the "real" Skynyrd did back in the 70s...thumping hard rock and rollicking boogie, big riffs and big hooks and a little bit o' country.

A discreet horn section has been added to the mix, and it sounds really good, actually. Just listen to this terrific rendition of the classic "What's Your Name", all clanging piano and soulful riffing, and a smoking guitar solo.
The band is really tight, but they never sound sterile; on the contrary, they sound as lively and joyous as ever. The three guitarists lay down gritty riffs with both precision and fervor, and trade off smouldering solos, and Billy Powell's piano is wonderfully prominent. And the set list is a nice mixture of classic songs from the Ronnie van Zant-era and a handful of the best songs from the then-current "Vicious Cycle"-album. Okay, "Red, White and Blue" is perhaps a bit too...something for a European like me, but almost everything else is just terrific.

The many highlights include "Pick 'Em Up", a stellar "Simple Kind Of Man", the aforementioned "What's Your Name", and of course the irresistable "Gimme Three Steps", all swaggering Southern boogie and a great vocal by Johnny van Zant.
Some listeners will probably feel a little grumpy about "Down South Jukin'", "Gimme Back My Bullets" and "Double Trouble" having been condensed into a five-minute medley.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By JR on April 15, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I have always been a Skynyrd fan the first band was right where my head was at back then and I still love to hear the old tunes but the new band is singing about what life is like now. Check out the Vicious Cycle and Last Rebel CD's as well.

This Live CD is mostly covers of Ron's tunes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gary Covington on November 8, 2008
Format: Audio CD
THIS IS A LIVE CD OF MODERN LYNYRD SKYNYRD PERFORMING AT THEIR VERY BEST!!!
THIS IS THE CD FOR THE "LYVE" CONCERT DVD. THIS CD PROVES THAT THIS VERSION OF SKYNYRD IS AN EXCELLENT LIVE BAND!!! IT WAS RECORDED AT THE AMSOUTH AMITHEATER IN NASHVILLE TENN. DURING 2003 BEFORE A PACKED ENTHUSIATIC CROWD.

THE LINE-UP CONSISTS OF JOHNNY, GARY, BILLY, RICKEY, HUGHIE, MICHAEL, EAN, AND DALE AND CAROL. THE "3 GUITAR" PERFORMANCES OF GARY, RICKEY, AND HUGHIE ARE AWESOME!!!

THE CD CONSISTS OF TWO DISC:

DISC ONE CONSISTS OF 13 SONGS. THEY PLAY THEIR USUAL CLASSICS, PLUS YOU GET SOME SONGS OFF THEIR LAST STUDIO ALBUM "VICIOUS CYCLE". NEW SONGS INCLUDE "THAT'S HOW I LIKE IT" AND "RED WHITE AND BLUE". THEY ALSO PLAY SOME RARITIES LIKE MISSISSIPPI KID, TUESDAY'S GONE, AND PICK EM' UP.

DISC TWO CONSISTS OF 6 SONGS: IT HAS THE NEW SONGS "WORKIN'" AND "THE WAY", AND HAS THE CLASSICS CALL ME THE BREEZE, SWEET HOME ALABAMA, AND FREEBIRD.

THIS IS AN EXCELLENT DOUBLE DISC CD, THAT PROVES THIS VERSION OF SKYNYRD IS AN EXCELLENT "LIVE" BAND. I RECOMMEND THIS AND THE DVD OF THIS CONCERT!
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