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Artist: Johnny Van Zant

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Category: Southern Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Polydor Records

Catalog Number: 314 519 605-2


Johnny Van Zant vocals
Robbie Gay guitar
Erik Lundgren guitar
Danny Clausman bass
Robbie Morris drums
Donnie Van Zant backing vocals


1.  Coming Home  
2.  Put My Trust in You  
3.  Stand Your Ground  
4.  No More Dirty Deals  
5.  Standing in the Darkness  
6.  Hard Luck Story  
7.  Who's Right or Wrong  
8.  Yesterday's Gone  
9.  Standing in the Falling Rain  
10.  Cold Hearted Woman  
11.  Shotdown  
12.  Good Girls Turning Bad  
13.  It's You  
14.  Last of the Wild Ones  
15.  Can't Live Without Your Love  
16.  Toghther Forever  
17.  Danger Zone  
18.  Brickyard Road  

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From: James Date: August 19, 2002 at 15:49
with this collection of early Johnny Van Zant songs you hear a mix of Skynyrd and 38 Special. the song "It's You" could have been on a 38 Special album and "Yesterdays Gone" has special guest Steve Perry and John Cain of Journey. "Last Of The Wild Ones" is a don't mess with me or else song. overall a good alubm, maybe not played often but still nice to have.

From: James Date: August 19, 2004 at 14:28
It is a shame that they choose not to include any songs from the 1985 Van Zant cd on this collection. I don't know if it was a pissing match between record labels or waht but some of Johnny's best solo work came from the 1985 Van Zant album

From: Swriter Date: March 20, 2005 at 11:26
very good cd of all works, shame that Last of the Wild Ones is ooprint or never on cd? That was a great aor/rock album, as well as the first JVZ band album. This has some great songs and if u thought this was only southern rock, u r in for a treat, very melodic stuff on this, great one!!!

From: 123charpenay Date: May 1, 2009 at 18:41
super best of southern rock if you like lynyrd skynyrd and doc holliday this cd s is a must

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