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Artist: Lynyrd Skynyrd

Title: Then and Now

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Category: Southern Rock

Year: 2000

Label: CMC International

Catalog Number: 06076 86293-2

Personnel

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Compilation of tracks from Lyve From Steel Town, Twenty and Edge of Forever

Tracks

1.  Saturday Night Special live  
2.  Workin'  
3.  Preacher Man  
4.  Tomorrow's Goodbye  
5.  That Smell live  
6.  Gone Fishin'  
7.  Simple Man live  
8.  Voodoo Lake  
9.  Sweet Home Alabama live  
10.  Free Bird live  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: koogles Date: March 5, 2004 at 12:39
What's next? The Eagles on Heavy Harmonies?

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From: Dan Date: March 5, 2004 at 12:52
It's called "Southern Hard Rock". Maybe you've heard of it? Bands like LS, Molly Hatchet, etc. have enough hard rock elements to be part of the equation here. As far as the Eagles are concerned, while they lean a bit more country than the above, there's a strong argument to include them here given the AOR nature of much of their material. The only problem there is that by extension you almost have to include bands like Restless Heart, and while I think their harmonies and melodies are massive, they're too close to traditional country.

From: James Date: March 5, 2004 at 13:52
Koogles, hey if you look to the left in the genre section there are 29 bands classified as Southern Rock and Skynyrd may well be the best pure southern rock band ever. 38 Special had the most chart success though.

From: texasrebel Date: September 8, 2004 at 13:49
great album a must have for all the fans. some skynyrd songs from then and some from now are add'ed on here as well. trust me you'll love it. i do'

From: sixxswine Date: March 2, 2005 at 18:28
While this is obviously the classic line up this is a a good introduction to the current band that is tour across American as Skynyrd. Frankly, I happen to be a bigger fan of this version of the band than the pre-crash band of the 70's.


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