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One More From the Road Live


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  • Audio CD (October 25, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Mca
  • ASIN: B000002O7J
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,831 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Workin' for MCA
2. I Ain't the One
3. Saturday Night Special
4. Searching
5. Travelin' Man
6. Simple Man
7. Whiskey Rock-A-Roller
8. The Needle and the Spoon
9. Gimme Back My Bullets
10. Tuesday's Gone
See all 11 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Gimme Three Steps
2. Call Me the Breeze
3. T for Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1)
4. Sweet Home Alabama
5. Crossroads
6. Free Bird

Customer Reviews

There are many feelings I think of when this album comes to mine.
G. J Wiener
A classic album by the definitive Lynyrd Skynyrd lineup at the peak of their form.
jekyllnhyde
The guitars are hot, vocals rough and wonderful, bass and drums tight.
G & T Dolecki

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael Curtis on March 6, 2000
Format: Audio CD
That's one of the funny lines Skynyrd singer-songwriter Ronnie Van Zant yells out during one of the many killer guitar solos on this kick-a$$ live CD. I truly can't say enough about this CD. On the 4 Skynyrd studio CDs prior to this one, Van Zant proved he was an incredible lyricist. On this one, he proved he was just as good a frontman. Being a guitar player myself, I always loved the fact that Skynyrd is/was a 3-guitar band. Guitarists Allen Collins, Gary Collins & then-newcomer Steve Gaines all played their a$$es off on this CD. Very inspiring! There's also some great drumming by Artimus Pyle, & of course some awesome piano work by Billy Powell. I love all of the '70's Skynyrd CDs, but this one's probably my favorite one. ENJOY!
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By William C. Stuart on March 29, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Ronnie Van Zant ,Allen Collins,Gary Rossington,Steve Gaines,Billy Powell,Artimus Pyle,and Leon Wilkeson This was the line up of Skynyrd at it's live peak and it was captured on this release by the ledgendary Tom Dowd. Originally released on vinyl in 1976 This included the best cuts the band had to offer: Saturday Night Special,Sweet Home Alabama,T for Texas(this one smokes !) and of course Freebird.
This was recorded at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta and the band worked their collective a-s's off to make a live recording of their peak performances. Great vocals, searing guitars,and Artimus Pyles'perfect timing on drums makes this a truly scorching Cd. Along with Street Suvivors this is the peak of an incredible band. TURN IT UP LOUD !
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By William A. Davis on May 20, 2001
Format: Audio CD
growing up in the 70's was perhaps the best time to grow up (except the '50's) for rock and roll. Especially the south, where bands like Skynyrd, was the king and the Allman's were the bible from which they studied. "One more from the road", sounds as good as the live cd's of today, and that album was cut when I was 13 years old,and now I am 38. Being from that area and era, one can't help but be proud and fall in love with its harmonies and instrumentals. Its only once in a lifetime that such artists come together and you are around to witness their greatness. May you live in our hearts forever......
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Skynyrd Down Under on June 16, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I was 14 when my brother bought the original 2 lp set in 1977 from the local import store. It struck me then as a cohesive and definitive statement. I have played the LP and tape in my car ever since first hearing it, finding something new to hear at every listening. The depth of the performance of these seven guys (and three great back up singers) in T for Texas, Searchin' and Freebird is always rewarding. I hadn't updated to CD until I saw the remastered version with additional tracks in 1996 and the purchase of this version expanded the experience further. That the tracks are played in their performed order creates a greater continuity, the additional tracks (with the exception of the less than necessary additional version of Sweet Home Alabama) provide greater insight (I always thought Gimme Back My Bullets [The LP] was underrepresented on the original release) and overall a greater feel of being there. The price is cheap, the content is without peer and I urge you purchase this as soon as you can.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 18, 1998
Format: Audio CD
When I first got the CD version of this fabulous recording I was horrified to see that certain songs had been deleted to make it a "1 CD" super saver. I wrote MCA and told them they needed to release the full recordings on 2 CDs, that the Skynyrd fans out there would gladly pay the extra $10 for the 2nd CD. My wish came true when they released this double CD set with all the recordings, including a couple that did not appear on the original double LP (of which I own 2 sets). The dialogue on Whiskey Rock-a-Roller where Ronnie forgets the name of the song is priceless and obviously, the music is great. Can't beat that 3 song set of Gimme 3 steps, Call me the Breeze, and T for Texas for cruisin' down the road. Easy to go 90 listening to that! Thank you MCA for fixing your earlier mistake!!! I have every Skynyrd album they offered, including 2 LPs of Street Survivors in the original flame jackets. This album, along with Second Helping and Street Survivors are my 3 favorites.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 3, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This is my all-time favorite album. I love Skynyrd and this listening to "Freebird" live is what made me want to play guitar. Allen Collins is so underrated that it's pitiful, but he really was a great player. As was Gaines and and Rossington. Rossington, who's also underappreciated, gets more recognition however because he's still leading Skynyrd today. Ronnie Van Zant's vocals are raw and authentic and his remarks and dialogue between songs are priceless. The instrumentalists put on the real show though. The disc builds to a feverish climax on the second cd with Rossingon turning in excellent solos on "Gimme 3 Steps" and "Call Me the Breeze." All three guitarist get into the act on "T for Texas", whipping the crowd into a energetic frenzy. "Sweet Home Alabama" sounds like the climax to a great show, and the album would be great if it ended there, but the real climax is yet to come. Collins rips out virtuoso solos on their cover of "Crossroads" and then flawlessly performs one of the most reknowed guitar solos of all time on the band's encore, "Freebird." The interplay between Gaines and Collins is nuthing short of spectacular. I highly recommend this album to any fan of rock and roll. Turn it up, and enjoy!!!
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