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Lynyrd Skynyrd - Street Survivors (1986)

24-11-2015, 16:25
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Title: Street Survivors
Year Of Release: 1977
Label: MCA Records: MCAD-1687/JVC-525
Genre: Southern Rock
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,scans)
Total Time: 00:35:51
Total Size: 314 mb


01. What's Your Name (Gary Rossington, Ronnie Van Zant) 03:34
02. That Smell (Allen Collins, Ronnie Van Zant) 05:48
03. One More Time (Gary Rossington, Ronnie Van Zant) 05:04
04. I Know A Little (Steve Gaines) 03:30
05. You Got That Right (Steve Gaines, Ronnie Van Zant) 03:47
06. I Never Dreamed (Steve Gaines, Ronnie Van Zant) 05:23
07. Honky Tonk Night Time Man (Merle Haggard) 04:05
08. Ain't No Good Life (Steve Gaines) 04:41

Ronnie Van Zant – lead vocals
Steve Gaines – guitar, backing vocals, lead vocal on "Ain't No Good Life", co-lead vocal on "You Got That Right"
Allen Collins – guitar
Gary Rossington – guitar
Billy Powell – keyboards
Leon Wilkeson – bass, backing vocals
Artimus Pyle – drums

The Honkettes (JoJo Billingsley, Cassie Gaines, Leslie Hawkins) – backing vocals on "That Smell" and "One More Time"
Ed King – guitar on "One More Time"
Greg T. Walker – bass on "One More Time"
Rickey Medlocke – drums, backing vocals on "One More Time"
Tim Smith – backing vocals on "One More Time"
Barry Lee Harwood – dobro on "Honky Tonk Night Time Man"

Street Survivors appeared in stores just days before Lynyrd Skynyrd's touring plane crashed, tragically killing many members of the band, including lead singer and songwriter Ronnie Van Zant. Consequently, it's hard to see Street Survivors outside of the tragedy, especially since the best-known song here, "That Smell," reeks of death and foreboding. If the band had lived, however, 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. As it stands, it's a triumph tinged with a hint of sadness, sadness that's projected onto it from listeners aware of what happened to the band after recording. Viewed as merely a record, it's a hell of an album. The band springs back to life with the addition of guitarist Steve Gaines, and Van Zant used the time off the road to write a strong set of songs, highlighted by "That Smell," "You Got That Right," and the relentless boogie "I Know a Little." It's tighter than any record since Second Helping and as raw as Nuthin' Fancy. If the original band was fated to leave after this record, at least they left with a record that serves as a testament to Skynyrd's unique greatness.

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