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Playlist of Lynyrd Skynyrd

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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama Legendado Tradução

    4:46

    Musica composta em 1974 pelos integrantes da banda Lynyrd Skynyrd, a canção é uma resposta as musicas Southern Man e Alabama do Neil Young, em que ele critica o sul pelo racismo e escravidão. Apesar disso todos são amigos.

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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd Ballad Of Curtis Loew Lyrics

    4:52

    Hey guys, this is a lyric video for the song The Ballad Of Curtis Loew by Lynyrd Skynyrd. Enjoy! And dont forget to Comment, Rate, and Subscribe for more!

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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - I Need You

    6:48

    I need You com legendas em português do álbum do Lynyrd Skynyrd - Second Helping de 1974.

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Georgia Peaches

    3:14

    Well, you can see her walkin' down on Peachtree Street
    She got high-heeled shoes and a dot on her cheek
    She's lookin' good, she's headed downtown
    Ain't got no money, honey
    She knows her way around
    I think she's cute, think she's cute as she can be
    Talkin' about a funny talkin', honk-tonking Georgia Peach

    Well these Georgia Peaches
    Son they know their way around
    They can take your money, son before you get sight of town
    Well they talk a little funny, but they look so fine
    Nine out of ten of them gonna sell you a dime
    I think they're cute, think they're cute as they can be
    Talkin' about a funny talkin', honk-tonking Georgia Peach

    Well, peaches, peaches
    Love them Georgia Peaches
    Well, peaches, peaches
    Love them Georgia Peaches

    Well them Georgia Peaches
    Sure do got the style
    They'll steal your heart with a Southern smile
    Well they talk a little funny, but they look so fine
    The older they get, I swear its like good wine
    I think they're cute, think they're cute as they can be
    Talkin' about a funny talkin', honk-tonking Georgia Peach
    Talkin' about a funny talkin', honk-tonking Georgia Peach


    I just seem to fall in love with the wrong things

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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - I Got The Same Old Blues - 3/7/1976 - Winterland

    4:30

    Lynyrd Skynyrd - I Got The Same Old Blues
    Recorded Live: 3/7/1976 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA
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    Personnel:
    Ronnie Van Zant - vocals
    Gary Rossington - guitar
    Allen Collins - guitar
    Billy Powell - keyboards
    Leon Wilkinson - bass
    Artimus Pyle - drums
    JoJo Billingsley - backing vocals
    Cassie Gaines - backing vocals
    Leslie Hawkins - backing vocals

    Summary:
    After years of life on the road and with their role models, the Allman Brothers Band, struggling to survive the deaths of two of its most distinctively talented members, today Lynyrd Skynyrd has become the quintessential Southern Rock band. Under the leadership of frontman and primary songwriter Ronnie Van Zant, the group's melodic lyric driven ballads and power driven hard rockers would catapult the group into one of the most popular touring bands in the world. The group's distinctive guitar attack, combined with an overtly defiant and rebellious attitude, gave them a cultural identity that would help make songs like Sweet Home Alabama and Free Bird into anthems of American rock music and staples of FM radio right up to the present day.

    Headlining a bill that also featured the Outlaws, this Winterland recording captures Lynyrd Skynyrd following the release of their fourth album, Gimme Back My Bullets. This was during a transitional phase for the band, following the departure of guitarist Ed King, but prior to his replacement, Steve Gaines, coming on board. The band was carrying on as a six-piece unit, augmented by the Honkettes on backing vocals.

    This is an interesting time to hear the band live, as their trademark three-guitar attack was reduced by one guitar, leaving more room for keyboardist Billy Powell. On the ballads, like Tuesdays Gone and the pre-jam verses of Freebird, Powell displays great creativity and expands the keyboard's role in these songs.

    Otherwise, the band rocks as hard as ever, with a good selection of their most popular songs, sampling a bit from all four of their studio albums. The group's defiant Southern swagger, combined with an infectious guitar and piano driven groove, creates an irresistible combination that resonated far beyond the Southern states. Two of the standouts on this show are both well chosen covers, which the band redefines as their own; J.J. Cale's Call Me The Breeze and Jimmy Rogers' T For Texas. Both of these are rearranged in classic Skynyrd style, with the latter closing the set and clearly displaying the root sound of the band at its best.

    The audience demands an encore and the band obliges with a monumental Free Bird. It begins as a plaintive slow ballad, with Van Zant's distinctively sad vocals over the melodic keyboard playing of Powell and delicate slide guitar ornamentation from Rossington. However, it is the second section, which becomes an up-tempo guitar boogie, that really hits home. Here the guitarists cut loose to create one of the most distinctive solos of all time. Rossington and Collins turn this section into a soaring jam that also features impressive melodic bass playing from Wilkeson and furious keyboards from Powell. Following a brief reprise of the song, they turn on a dime back into the groove of the jam before bringing it to a climactic close.

    Free Bird, more often than not, sarcastically, would become the most requested song of all time. For musicians, this inevitable request has become so tiresome, that the act of requesting it has become universally known as the mantra of the moron. Still, this only goes to prove just how deeply this song has permeated American culture and is a testament to its enduring popularity, making it one of the true landmark rock songs of twentieth century music.

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Full Concert - 04/27/75 - Winterland

    1:7:11

    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 4/27/1975 - Winterland (San Francisco, CA)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Whiskey Rock-A-Roller
    0:04:06 - I Ain't The One
    0:07:56 - The Needle And The Spoon
    0:12:35 - I'm A Country Boy
    0:17:19 - Gimme Three Steps
    0:22:30 - Don't Ask Me No Questions
    0:25:59 - Saturday Night Special
    0:31:25 - Railroad Song
    0:36:24 - Call Me The Breeze
    0:42:49 - Sweet Home Alabama
    0:48:18 - On the Hunt
    0:54:34 - Freebird

    Personnel:
    Allen Collins - guitar
    Ed King - guitar
    Artimus Pyle - drums
    Gary Rossington - guitar
    Ronnie Van Zant - lead vocals
    Leon Wilkeson - bass, background vocals

    Summary:
    By the time Lynyrd Skynyrd played this sold-out show at San Francisco's Winterland ballroom, they had become the unmistakable kings of Southern Rock. Spearheaded by charismatic frontman, Ronnie Van Zant, the group had taken southern boogie from the swamps and brought it to the masses.

    There is an enormous amount of energy and power in the multiple guitar mix of the band, and that is clearly apparent when they launch into solos on these songs. The group had built a solid following via AOR radio by 1975, and songs like Sweet Home Alabama and Free Bird had given the band enormous crossover appeal. The group was coming off two hugely successful albums, its debut (pronounced leh-nerd skin-nerd) and 1974's Second Helping, and they had recently replaced original drummer Bob Burns with Artimus Pyle.

    This show was recorded during the band's tour promoting their 1975 album, Nuthin' Fancy, and it features Lynyrd Skynyrd at the top of their game. It was also one of the last shows featuring their original three-guitar lineup, as Ed King left the band midway through the tour. Skynyrd confidently played its brand of riff-driving Southern fried rock boogie to near capacity crowds on this entire '75 tour.

    Poignant songs like The Needle And The Spoon are balanced against established Skynyrd rockers such as Saturday Night Special and Gimmie Three Steps. Songs like Whiskey Rock-A-Roller, J.J. Cale's Call Me The Breeze, and Sweet Home Alabama are played here in their early forms-many of these classics would re-emerge as part of the must-do repertoire of so many country artists.

    The band ends the show with a predictable but crowd-pleasing, version of its radio anthem, Free Bird. Sadly, the band would change drastically when some of its members, including lead vocalist Ronnie Van Zant, would die in a plane crash two years after this show was recorded.

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  • Searching -Lynyrd Skynyrd - OMFTR Show And Tell

    4:59

    How To Play Searching - Lynyrd Skynyrd - One More From The Road is a Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute in Southern California. Follow us on Youtube and Facebook.com/OneMoreFROMtheRoad

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Tuesdays Gone

    7:57

    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Tuesday's Gone Legendado PT-BR

    O trem parte, linha abaixo
    Por favor, você não me levará para longe?
    Agora eu sinto o vento bater na minha porta
    E significa que estou deixando minha mulher em casa
    Terça-feira se foi com o vento
    Minha garota se foi com o vento

    Terça-feira se foi com o vento
    Terça-feira se foi com o vento
    Terça-feira se foi com o vento
    Minha garota se foi com o vento

    E eu não sei pra onde estou indo
    Apenas quero ficar sozinho
    Bem,quando este trem chegar, eu tentarei novamente
    Mas eu estou deixando minha minha mulher em casa

    Terça-feira se foi com o vento
    Terça-feira se foi com o vento
    Terça-feira se foi com o vento
    Minha garota se foi com o vento
    O trem parte, a terça-feira se foi

    O trem parte, muitas milhas longe de casa
    Veja eu estou, eu estou mandando minha tristeza embora
    Terça-feira, sabe, ela tinha que ser livre
    Mas de qualquer maneira, eu tenho que continuar

    Terça-feira se foi com o vento
    Terça-feira se foi com o vento
    Terça-feira se foi com o vento
    Minha garota se foi com o vento

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd-The Ballad of Curtis Loew

    4:52

    well I used to wake the mornin
    befor the rooster crowed
    searchin for soda bottles to get myself some dough
    brought 'em down to the corner
    down to the country store
    cash 'em in and give my money to a man named Curtis Lowe
    old Curt was a black man with white curly hair
    when he had a fifth of wine he did not have a care
    he used to own an old dobro used to play across his knee
    I'd give old Curt my money he play all day for me

    (chours)
    play me a song Curtis Lowe, Curtis Lowe
    well I got your drinkin' money tune up your dobro
    people said he was useless them people all were fools
    'cause Curtis Lowe was the finest picker to ever play the blues

    well he looked to be 60, maybe I was 10
    momma used to whoop me
    but I'd go see him again
    I'd clap my hands, stomp my feet tryin to stay in time
    well he'd play me a song or two then take another drink of wine

    (chours)
    play me a song Curtis Lowe, Curtis Lowe
    well I got your drinkin money tune up your dobro
    people said he was useless but them people all were fools
    'cause Curtis Lowe was the finest picker to ever play the blues

    on the day old Curtis died nobody came to pray
    old preacher said some words
    and they chucked him in the clay
    well he lived a lifetime playin' the black man's blues
    and on the day he lost his life that's all he had to lose

    (chours)
    play me a song Curtis Lowe, yeah Curtis Lowe
    I wish that you was here so everyone would know
    people said you was useless but them people all were fools
    cause Curtis youre the finest picker to ever play the blues

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  • Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd Live 1976

    6:17

    The original line up delivering the goods to a massive English summer crowd. Three guitar solo artists, Steve Gaines, Gary Rossington and Allen Collins, truly one of the great live drummers in Artimus Pyle, bass player and singer Leon Wilkeson and Pianist Billy Powell, who actually was a roadie for the band, a friend of Leon's , after setting up for a gig in 1972, so the story has been told, Powell sat down at a piano and started playing FreebirdRonnie Van Zant hired him on the spot. Powell's piano tracks were as important as Ian Stewart's were to the Stones.

    And lastly, the three women who set Skynyrd apart from everyone else Leslie Hawkins, Jo Jo Billingsley and Cassie Gaines, Steve's sister. The Honketts, ladies and gentlemen .

    And then, a year later the plane crash killing Ronnie, Cassie and Steve Gaines. The Rossington - Collins Band came next with Leon Wilkeson and Billy Powell

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd The 4 Walls Of Raiford

    4:41

  • Call Me The Breeze by Lynyrd Skynyrd

    5:10

    Oh yeah! Piano Solo!

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Travelin Man

    4:01

    The music video to Skynyrds' Travellin' Man.

    Lyrics:

    I was born a travelin' man, that's all I'll ever be
    Moving around from town to town is what makes me so free
    My father was a trucker for the years of '23
    On the day that I was born his blood was left to me
    I'm a travelin' man
    Travelin' Man -- that's what I am
    Travelin' Man
    Travelin' Man
    That's what I am

    Travelin' man -- that's what I am
    No woman puts a hold on me
    You'll see me once or maybe twice
    That's all you'll see of me
    All you pretty women Lord, I hope you understand
    Don't be a fool Lord no, and put your heart in a travellin' man
    I'm a travelin' man
    Travelin' Man
    Travelin' Man -- that's what I am
    Travelin' Man

    (Bridge)
    Travelin' Man -- that's what I am
    Guess I'll always be
    Travelin' Man -- that's what I am
    But at least I'm free

    Travelin' man
    Oh - that's what I am

    Travelin' man -- that's what I am, Lord I move so fast
    I have had so many women, none of them have last
    I am just a mover, moving fast as sound
    Always free, sometimes lonely. Always movin' around
    Travelin' Man
    Travelin' Man -- that's what I am
    Travelin' Man
    Oh - that's what I am

  • Free Bird Lynyrd Skynyrd: Lyrics

    8:52

    Free Bird by Lynyrd Skynyrd with Lyrics. Enjoy the song!

    Any song requests please leave a comment in the comment section and I will work on it. (Unless its a song I do not like)

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Freebird - 4/27/1975 - Winterland

    12:30

    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Freebird
    Recorded Live: 4/27/1975 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA
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    Personnel:
    Allen Collins - guitar
    Ed King - guitar
    Artimus Pyle - drums
    Gary Rossington - guitar
    Ronnie Van Zant - lead vocals
    Leon Wilkeson - bass, background vocals

    Summary:
    By the time Lynyrd Skynyrd played this sold-out show at San Francisco's Winterland ballroom, they had become the unmistakable kings of Southern Rock. Spearheaded by charismatic frontman, Ronnie Van Zant, the group had taken southern boogie from the swamps and brought it to the masses.

    There is an enormous amount of energy and power in the multiple guitar mix of the band, and that is clearly apparent when they launch into solos on these songs. The group had built a solid following via AOR radio by 1975, and songs like Sweet Home Alabama and Free Bird had given the band enormous crossover appeal. The group was coming off two hugely successful albums, its debut (pronounced leh-nerd skin-nerd) and 1974's Second Helping, and they had recently replaced original drummer Bob Burns with Artimus Pyle.

    This show was recorded during the band's tour promoting their 1975 album, Nuthin' Fancy, and it features Lynyrd Skynyrd at the top of their game. It was also one of the last shows featuring their original three-guitar lineup, as Ed King left the band midway through the tour. Skynyrd confidently played its brand of riff-driving Southern fried rock boogie to near capacity crowds on this entire '75 tour.

    Poignant songs like The Needle And The Spoon are balanced against established Skynyrd rockers such as Saturday Night Special and Gimmie Three Steps. Songs like Whiskey Rock-A-Roller, J.J. Cale's Call Me The Breeze, and Sweet Home Alabama are played here in their early forms-many of these classics would re-emerge as part of the must-do repertoire of so many country artists.

    The band ends the show with a predictable but crowd-pleasing, version of its radio anthem, Free Bird. Sadly, the band would change drastically when some of its members, including lead vocalist Ronnie Van Zant, would die in a plane crash two years after this show was recorded.

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Swamp Music

    3:35

    Going down to the swamp
    Gonna watch me a hound dog catch a 'coon
    Well, I'm going down to the swamp
    Gonna watch me a hound dog catch a 'coon
    You know the hounddog make-a music
    On a summer night under a full moon

    Lord, fetch my cane pole mama
    Gonna catch a breaim or maybe two
    Lord, fetch my cane pole mama
    Gonna catch a bream or maybe two
    And when the hound dog start barkin'
    Sounds like ol' Son House singin' the blues

    (chorus)
    Hound dog sing that
    Swamp, swamp, swamp, swamp music
    Swamp, swamp, swamp, swamp music
    When the hound dog starts singin'
    I ain't got them big ol' city blues

    Well, hey pretty mama
    Lord, just take that city hike
    Said go ahead pretty mama
    Lord, just take your city hike
    Well, I'd rather live with the hound dogs
    For the rest of my natural born life

    (chorus)
    Singing that
    Swamp, swamp, swamp, swamp music
    Swamp, swamp, swamp, swamp music
    Well, I'd rather live with the hounddogs
    For the rest of my natural born life
    Well, I'd wanna live with the hound dogs
    For the rest of my natural born life

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd-The Needle And The Spoon

    3:54

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Gimme Back My Bullets - 3/7/1976 - Winterland

    4:04

    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Gimme Back My Bullets
    Recorded Live: 3/7/1976 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA
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    Personnel:
    Ronnie Van Zant - vocals
    Gary Rossington - guitar
    Allen Collins - guitar
    Billy Powell - keyboards
    Leon Wilkinson - bass
    Artimus Pyle - drums
    JoJo Billingsley - backing vocals
    Cassie Gaines - backing vocals
    Leslie Hawkins - backing vocals

    Summary:
    After years of life on the road and with their role models, the Allman Brothers Band, struggling to survive the deaths of two of its most distinctively talented members, today Lynyrd Skynyrd has become the quintessential Southern Rock band. Under the leadership of frontman and primary songwriter Ronnie Van Zant, the group's melodic lyric driven ballads and power driven hard rockers would catapult the group into one of the most popular touring bands in the world. The group's distinctive guitar attack, combined with an overtly defiant and rebellious attitude, gave them a cultural identity that would help make songs like Sweet Home Alabama and Free Bird into anthems of American rock music and staples of FM radio right up to the present day.

    Headlining a bill that also featured the Outlaws, this Winterland recording captures Lynyrd Skynyrd following the release of their fourth album, Gimme Back My Bullets. This was during a transitional phase for the band, following the departure of guitarist Ed King, but prior to his replacement, Steve Gaines, coming on board. The band was carrying on as a six-piece unit, augmented by the Honkettes on backing vocals.

    This is an interesting time to hear the band live, as their trademark three-guitar attack was reduced by one guitar, leaving more room for keyboardist Billy Powell. On the ballads, like Tuesdays Gone and the pre-jam verses of Freebird, Powell displays great creativity and expands the keyboard's role in these songs.

    Otherwise, the band rocks as hard as ever, with a good selection of their most popular songs, sampling a bit from all four of their studio albums. The group's defiant Southern swagger, combined with an infectious guitar and piano driven groove, creates an irresistible combination that resonated far beyond the Southern states. Two of the standouts on this show are both well chosen covers, which the band redefines as their own; J.J. Cale's Call Me The Breeze and Jimmy Rogers' T For Texas. Both of these are rearranged in classic Skynyrd style, with the latter closing the set and clearly displaying the root sound of the band at its best.

    The audience demands an encore and the band obliges with a monumental Free Bird. It begins as a plaintive slow ballad, with Van Zant's distinctively sad vocals over the melodic keyboard playing of Powell and delicate slide guitar ornamentation from Rossington. However, it is the second section, which becomes an up-tempo guitar boogie, that really hits home. Here the guitarists cut loose to create one of the most distinctive solos of all time. Rossington and Collins turn this section into a soaring jam that also features impressive melodic bass playing from Wilkeson and furious keyboards from Powell. Following a brief reprise of the song, they turn on a dime back into the groove of the jam before bringing it to a climactic close.

    Free Bird, more often than not, sarcastically, would become the most requested song of all time. For musicians, this inevitable request has become so tiresome, that the act of requesting it has become universally known as the mantra of the moron. Still, this only goes to prove just how deeply this song has permeated American culture and is a testament to its enduring popularity, making it one of the true landmark rock songs of twentieth century music.

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - All I Can Do Is Write About It

    4:34

    Well this life that I've lead has took me everywhere
    There ain't no place I ain't never gone
    But its kind of like the saying that you heard so many times
    Well there just ain't no plae like home
    Did you ever see a she-gator protect her young
    Or a fish in a river swimming free
    Did you ever see the beauty of the hills of Carolina
    Or the sweetness of the grass in Tennessee
    And Lord I can't make any changes
    All I can do is write 'em in a song
    I can see the concrete slowly creepin'
    Lord take me and mine before that comes

    Do you like to see a mountain stream a-flowin'
    Do you like to see a youngun with his dog
    Did you ever stop to think about, well, the air your breathin'
    Well you better listen to my song
    And Lord I can't make any changes
    All I can do is write 'em in a song
    I can see the concrete slowly creepin'
    Lord take me and mine before that comes

    I'm not tryin' to put down no big cities
    But the things they write about us is just a bore
    Well you can take a boy out of ol' Dixieland
    But you'll never take ol' Dixie from a boy
    And Lord I can't make any changes
    All I can do is write 'em in a song
    I can see the concrete slowly creepin'
    Lord take me and mine before that comes
    'Cause I can see the concrete slowly creepin'
    Lord take me and mine before that comes

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Free Bird

    13:59

    ... well just found that clip on a hard disk - not sure about the location and when it was recorded (@edit: Knebworth fair show in Hertfordshire England August 21st, 1976) - but nearly the original Skynyrd lineup from 1976 with Ronnie van Zandt, Allen Collins, Gary Rossington, Leon Wilkenson, Artimus Pyle, Steve Gaines (plus Billy Powell) - most of them are in Heaven - RIP all, you guys were so great!

    Please note: If this clip has been released officially, please drop me a line and it'll be removed at once. Thanks in advance.

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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - All I Can Do Is Write About It

    4:25

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd-Gimme Three Steps-1976

    4:49

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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Saturday Night Special

    5:14

    Peaking at #27 in the Billboard Hot 100 in 1975, Saturday Night Special featured on Lynyrd Skynyrd's first Top 10 album Nuthin' Fancy.

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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Still Unbroken OFFICIAL VIDEO

    3:57

    Lynyrd Skynyrd's video for 'Still Unbroken' from the album, Gods & Guns - available now on Roadrunner Records. Download now on iTunes:

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    LYRICS

    Broken bones, broken hearts
    Stripped down and torn apart
    A little bit of rust - I'm still runnin'

    Countin' miles, countin' tears
    Twisted roads, shiftin' gears
    Year after year - it's all or nothin'

    But I'm not home, I'm not lost
    Still holdin' on to what I got
    Ain't much left
    No there's so much that's been stolen
    I guess I've lost everything I've had
    But I'm not dead, at least not yet
    Still alone, still alive, Still UNBROKEN
    I'm still alone, still alive,
    I'M STILL UNBROKEN

    Never captured, never tamed
    Wild horses on the plains
    You can call me lost - I call it FREEDOM

    I feel the spirit in my soul
    It's something Lord I can't control
    I'M NEVER GIVIN UP WHILE I'M STILL BREATHIN!

    I'm not home, I'm not lost
    Still holdin' on to what I got
    Ain't much left
    Lord there's so much that's been stolen
    I guess I've lost everything I've had
    I'm not dead, at least not yet
    Still alone, still alive, Still UNBROKEN
    I'm still alone, still alive,
    STILL UNBROKEN
    I'm still unbroken
    Still Unbroken

    Like the wind, like the rain
    It's all runnin through my veins
    Like a river pouring down into the ocean

    I'm out here on the streets
    But I'm standing on my feet
    Still alive, still alone, still unbroken

    I'm not home, I'm not lost
    Still holdin' on to what I got
    Ain't much left
    Lord there's so much that's been STOLEN
    Guess I've lost everything I've had
    But I'm not dead, at least not yet
    Still alive, still alone, Still Unbroken
    I'm still alone, still alive,
    I'M STILL UNBROKEN

    I'M STILL ALONE!
    STILL ALIVE!
    STILL UNBROKEN!
    I'M STILL UNBROKEN!

    I ain't never going down!
    I'M STILL UNBROKEN!
    Oooooooh-Ooooooh!

  • On The Hunt - Lynyrd Skynyrd

    5:28

    Lynyrd Skynyrd's On The Hunt off of the Nuthin' Fancy Album

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd-Coming Home

    5:33

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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd Free Bird - Album out now

    12:33

    Watch Lynyrd Skynyrd's live performance of Free Bird, taken from the album Live In Atlantic City!
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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Full Concert - 03/07/76 - Winterland

    1:13:36

    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 3/7/1976 - Winterland (San Francisco, CA)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Cry for The Bad Man
    0:05:26 - Saturday Night Special
    0:11:02 - Searchin'
    0:14:55 - I Got The Same Old Blues
    0:19:24 - Gimme Back My Bullets
    0:23:27 - Tuesday's Gone
    0:31:12 - The Needle And The Spoon
    0:35:55 - Gimme Three Steps
    0:40:30 - Call Me The Breeze
    0:45:55 - Sweet Home Alabama
    0:51:22 - T For Texas
    1:01:06 - Free Bird

    Personnel:
    Ronnie Van Zant - vocals
    Gary Rossington - guitar
    Allen Collins - guitar
    Billy Powell - keyboards
    Leon Wilkinson - bass
    Artimus Pyle - drums
    JoJo Billingsley - backing vocals
    Cassie Gaines - backing vocals
    Leslie Hawkins - backing vocals

    Summary:
    After years of life on the road and with their role models, the Allman Brothers Band, struggling to survive the deaths of two of its most distinctively talented members, today Lynyrd Skynyrd has become the quintessential Southern Rock band. Under the leadership of frontman and primary songwriter Ronnie Van Zant, the group's melodic lyric driven ballads and power driven hard rockers would catapult the group into one of the most popular touring bands in the world. The group's distinctive guitar attack, combined with an overtly defiant and rebellious attitude, gave them a cultural identity that would help make songs like Sweet Home Alabama and Free Bird into anthems of American rock music and staples of FM radio right up to the present day.

    Headlining a bill that also featured the Outlaws, this Winterland recording captures Lynyrd Skynyrd following the release of their fourth album, Gimme Back My Bullets. This was during a transitional phase for the band, following the departure of guitarist Ed King, but prior to his replacement, Steve Gaines, coming on board. The band was carrying on as a six-piece unit, augmented by the Honkettes on backing vocals.

    This is an interesting time to hear the band live, as their trademark three-guitar attack was reduced by one guitar, leaving more room for keyboardist Billy Powell. On the ballads, like Tuesdays Gone and the pre-jam verses of Freebird, Powell displays great creativity and expands the keyboard's role in these songs.

    Otherwise, the band rocks as hard as ever, with a good selection of their most popular songs, sampling a bit from all four of their studio albums. The group's defiant Southern swagger, combined with an infectious guitar and piano driven groove, creates an irresistible combination that resonated far beyond the Southern states. Two of the standouts on this show are both well chosen covers, which the band redefines as their own; J.J. Cale's Call Me The Breeze and Jimmy Rogers' T For Texas. Both of these are rearranged in classic Skynyrd style, with the latter closing the set and clearly displaying the root sound of the band at its best.

    The audience demands an encore and the band obliges with a monumental Free Bird. It begins as a plaintive slow ballad, with Van Zant's distinctively sad vocals over the melodic keyboard playing of Powell and delicate slide guitar ornamentation from Rossington. However, it is the second section, which becomes an up-tempo guitar boogie, that really hits home. Here the guitarists cut loose to create one of the most distinctive solos of all time. Rossington and Collins turn this section into a soaring jam that also features impressive melodic bass playing from Wilkeson and furious keyboards from Powell. Following a brief reprise of the song, they turn on a dime back into the groove of the jam before bringing it to a climactic close.

    Free Bird, more often than not, sarcastically, would become the most requested song of all time. For musicians, this inevitable request has become so tiresome, that the act of requesting it has become universally known as the mantra of the moron. Still, this only goes to prove just how deeply this song has permeated American culture and is a testament to its enduring popularity, making it one of the true landmark rock songs of twentieth century music.

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - I Aint the One

    3:58

    Now I'll tell you plainly, baby
    What I plan to do
    Say I may be crazy, woman
    But I ain't no fool
    Your daddy is rich, mama
    You're overdue
    Now I ain't the one, baby
    Been messin' with you
    Got bells in your mind, lady
    And its easy to see-uh
    I think its time for me to move along, I do believe

    youre tryin to put a hook in me, baby

    Now you talkin' jive, baby
    When you say to me
    That your daddy's gonna take us in, baby
    Take care of me
    And you know and I know, baby
    I ain't the one
    I never hurt you, sweetheart
    I never pulled my gun
    Got bells in your mind, mama
    And its easy to see-uh
    I think its time for me to move along
    I do believe

    Time for me to put my boots out in the street, missy
    Are you ready boots?
    Walk on!

    Well now, alright there missy, let me tell you a thing or two
    How about it, baby

    Now you talking jive, woman
    When you say to me
    That your daddy's gonna take us in, baby
    Take care of me
    When you know and I know, lady
    I ain't the one
    I never hurt you, sweetheart
    I never pulled my gun
    Got bells in your mind, mama, and its easy to see-uh
    I think its time for me to move along
    I do believe

    Oh I must be in some kind of conspiracy theory

    Ohhh, nooo!

    Wooooo!

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd-Travellin Man-1976

    4:27

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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Tuesdays Gone - 3/7/1976 - Winterland

    7:46

    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Tuesday's Gone
    Recorded Live: 3/7/1976 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA
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    Personnel:
    Ronnie Van Zant - vocals
    Gary Rossington - guitar
    Allen Collins - guitar
    Billy Powell - keyboards
    Leon Wilkinson - bass
    Artimus Pyle - drums
    JoJo Billingsley - backing vocals
    Cassie Gaines - backing vocals
    Leslie Hawkins - backing vocals

    Summary:
    After years of life on the road and with their role models, the Allman Brothers Band, struggling to survive the deaths of two of its most distinctively talented members, today Lynyrd Skynyrd has become the quintessential Southern Rock band. Under the leadership of frontman and primary songwriter Ronnie Van Zant, the group's melodic lyric driven ballads and power driven hard rockers would catapult the group into one of the most popular touring bands in the world. The group's distinctive guitar attack, combined with an overtly defiant and rebellious attitude, gave them a cultural identity that would help make songs like Sweet Home Alabama and Free Bird into anthems of American rock music and staples of FM radio right up to the present day.

    Headlining a bill that also featured the Outlaws, this Winterland recording captures Lynyrd Skynyrd following the release of their fourth album, Gimme Back My Bullets. This was during a transitional phase for the band, following the departure of guitarist Ed King, but prior to his replacement, Steve Gaines, coming on board. The band was carrying on as a six-piece unit, augmented by the Honkettes on backing vocals.

    This is an interesting time to hear the band live, as their trademark three-guitar attack was reduced by one guitar, leaving more room for keyboardist Billy Powell. On the ballads, like Tuesdays Gone and the pre-jam verses of Freebird, Powell displays great creativity and expands the keyboard's role in these songs.

    Otherwise, the band rocks as hard as ever, with a good selection of their most popular songs, sampling a bit from all four of their studio albums. The group's defiant Southern swagger, combined with an infectious guitar and piano driven groove, creates an irresistible combination that resonated far beyond the Southern states. Two of the standouts on this show are both well chosen covers, which the band redefines as their own; J.J. Cale's Call Me The Breeze and Jimmy Rogers' T For Texas. Both of these are rearranged in classic Skynyrd style, with the latter closing the set and clearly displaying the root sound of the band at its best.

    The audience demands an encore and the band obliges with a monumental Free Bird. It begins as a plaintive slow ballad, with Van Zant's distinctively sad vocals over the melodic keyboard playing of Powell and delicate slide guitar ornamentation from Rossington. However, it is the second section, which becomes an up-tempo guitar boogie, that really hits home. Here the guitarists cut loose to create one of the most distinctive solos of all time. Rossington and Collins turn this section into a soaring jam that also features impressive melodic bass playing from Wilkeson and furious keyboards from Powell. Following a brief reprise of the song, they turn on a dime back into the groove of the jam before bringing it to a climactic close.

    Free Bird, more often than not, sarcastically, would become the most requested song of all time. For musicians, this inevitable request has become so tiresome, that the act of requesting it has become universally known as the mantra of the moron. Still, this only goes to prove just how deeply this song has permeated American culture and is a testament to its enduring popularity, making it one of the true landmark rock songs of twentieth century music.

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Free Bird Full version - best audio

    13:12

    Live concert in Nashville, Tennessee (2003). It was during their Vicious Cycle Tour, and marked the band's 30 years of rock 'n roll.

    Free Bird was first featured on the band's debut album in 1973. Released as a single in November 1974, it became the band's second Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in early 1975, where it peaked at #19. A live version of the song also reached the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1977, peaking at #38. Free Bird also achieved the #3 spot on Guitar World's 100 Greatest Guitar Solos.

    The lyrical portion of the song was written early in the group's history. Roadie Billy Powell was discovered as a keyboardist for the band when he played the intro piece to Free Bird at a high school prom. Lead vocalist Ronnie Van Zant noted his talent and invited him to join.

    Allen Collins's then-girlfriend, Kathy, whom he later married, asked him, If I leave here tomorrow would you still remember me? Collins jotted the question down and it eventually became the opening line of Free Bird.

    Slide guitar Gary Rossington played a Gibson SG and used a glass Coricidin bottle for a slide on this song to emulate one of his heroes, Duane Allman. This was the only song he used a guitar other than a Les Paul on. He also stuck a nail-like piece of metal under the strings near the nut to raise the action of the guitar when playing slide. The guitar's B string was tuned down to a G during this song. Rossington currently uses two G strings tuned to G instead of tuning down a B string.

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - That Smell - 7/13/1977 - Convention Hall

    5:51

    Lynyrd Skynyrd - That Smell
    Recorded Live: 7/13/1977 - Convention Hall - Asbury Park, NJ
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    Personnel:
    Ronnie Van Zant - Vocals
    Allen Collins - Guitar
    Steve Gaines - Guitar, Vocals
    Gary Rossington - Guitar
    Leon Wilkeson - Bass, Background Vocals
    Billy Powell - Piano
    Artimus Pyle - Drums
    Cassie Gaines - Background Vocals
    Leslie Hawkins - Background Vocals
    Jo Jo Billingsly - Background Vocals

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - On The Hunt

    5:24

    Lynyrd Skynyrd - On The Hunt, Lyrics: I said baby mama, I don't know your name
    But I said baby, sugar I can play your game
    Every night when we leave the hall
    I see you hanging around
    You wanna ride in my big black car baby
    Wanna go uptown

    [Chorus]
    I know who you are baby
    I know what they call you girl
    Never put you down baby
    I'm just like you baby, I'm on the hunt

    I know lady
    People gonna talk about you and me
    Let me say one thing mama, sugar I do as I please
    And if you wanna love me baby, I'm your man
    And all those high-falutin' society people
    I don't care if they don't undertand

    [Chorus]

    My daddy told me a long time ago
    Said there's two things son
    Two things you should know
    And in these two things you must take pride
    That's a horse and woman, yeah
    Well both of them you ride

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Born to Run

    7:26

    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Born to Run (studio version) Album: The Last Rebel-1993.Enjoy

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Live

    52:42

    Wagner Brumner

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    1- 0:22 Skynyrd Nation,
    2- 3:55 Simple Life
    3- 7:19 That Smell
    4- 13:30 God and Guns
    5 -16:54 Still Unbroken
    6- 21:12 Gimme Three Steps
    7- 26:41 Call Me The Breeze
    8- 33:30 Sweet Home Alabama
    9- 39:51 FREE BIRD

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    3:16

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Simple Man

    7:40

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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Still Unbroken - Legendado

    4:47

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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama

    6:16

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    It was a special occasion for both the act and their fans as the band performed tracks they’d never or rarely played live before alongside classic songs that are an essential part of any Lynyrd Skynyrd live show. These unique concerts are a must have for any Lynyrd Skynyrd fan.

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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Full Concert - 07/13/77 - Convention Hall

    1:13:48

    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 7/13/1977 - Convention Hall (Asbury Park, NJ)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Workin' For MCA
    0:04:55 - I Ain't The One
    0:09:03 - You Got That Right
    0:13:22 - Saturday Night Special
    0:19:24 - That Smell
    0:25:14 - What's Your Name
    0:28:44 - Gimme Three Steps
    0:33:43 - Call Me The Breeze
    0:39:12 - T For Texas
    0:48:48 - Sweet Home Alabama
    0:55:06 - Free Bird

    Personnel:
    Ronnie Van Zant - Vocals
    Allen Collins - Guitar
    Steve Gaines - Guitar, Vocals
    Gary Rossington - Guitar
    Leon Wilkeson - Bass, Background Vocals
    Billy Powell - Piano
    Artimus Pyle - Drums
    Cassie Gaines - Background Vocals
    Leslie Hawkins - Background Vocals
    Jo Jo Billingsly - Background Vocals

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Simple Man - Legendado

    7:13

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  • That Smell

    5:49

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    That Smell · Lynyrd Skynyrd

    Street Survivors

    ℗ A Geffen Records release; ℗ 1977 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1977-10-17

    Producer: Lynyrd Skynyrd
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Ronnie Van Zant
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Allen Collins
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Gary Rossington
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Steve Gaines
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Billy Powell
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Leon Wilkeson
    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Artimus Pyle
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist: Cassie Gaines
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist: Jo Billingsley
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist: Leslie Hawkins
    Composer Lyricist: Allen Collins
    Composer Lyricist: Ronnie Van Zant

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  • I Need You

    6:56

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    I Need You · Lynyrd Skynyrd

    Second Helping

    ℗ 1974 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1997-01-01

    Producer: Al Kooper
    Composer Lyricist: Gary Rossington
    Composer Lyricist: Ronnie Van Zant
    Composer Lyricist: Edward King

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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - I need you

    6:54

    Lynyrd Skynyrd - I need you, from the album Second Helping

    Aint no need to worry
    Aint no use to cry
    cause Ill be comin home soon
    To keep you satisfied
    You know I get so lonely
    That I feel I cant go on
    And it feels so good inside, baby
    Just to call you on the telephone
    I said...

    (chorus)

    Oh baby, I love you
    What more can I say
    Oh baby, I need you
    I miss you more everyday

    I woke up early this morning
    And sun came shining down
    And it found me wishin and hopin
    Mama, you could be around
    Well ,you know that I need you
    More than the air that I breathe
    And I guess Im just trying to tell you woman
    Oh, what you mean to me

    (chorus)

    I try to tell you I love you
    In each and every way
    Im trying to tell you I need you
    Much more than a piece of leg

    (chorus)

    Oh baby, I love you
    What more can I say
    Oh baby I need your sweet lovin
    I miss you more every day

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama

    6:00

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  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Tuesdays Gone

    7:31

    Off Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd (1973).

    Train roll on, on down the line,
    Won't you please take me far, far away.
    Now I feel the wind blow, outside my door,
    I'm leavin' my woman at home, oh yeah.
    Tuesday's gone with the wind,
    My baby's gone, gone with the wind.
    And I don't know, oh, where I'm goin'.
    I just want to be left alone.
    When this train ends, I'll try again.
    I'm leavin' my woman at home.
    My baby's gone

    Tuesday's gone with the wind.
    Tuesday's gone with the wind.
    Tuesday's gone with the wind.
    My baby's gone, with the wind.
    Train roll on
    Tuesday's gone with the wind.
    Tuesday's gone with the wind.
    Tuesday's gone with the wind.
    My baby's gone, with the wind.

    Train roll on
    Train roll on many miles from my home,see I'm,
    I'm ridin' my blues, babe, blues away, yeah.
    But Tuesday you see, a she had to be free.
    Somehow I got to, to carry on.
    My baby's gone.

    Tuesday's gone with the wind.
    Tuesday's gone with the wind.
    Tuesday's gone with the wind.
    My baby's gone, with the wind.

    Train roll on...train roll on...
    Roll on train...roll on train...roll on train
    Train roll on...the train, it rolls on
    Train rolls on I can't change, I can't change,
    I can't change, I can't change,I can't change...
    Ride on train
    I can't change
    Train roll on
    Lord, I can't change
    I can't change

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama

    5:01

    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama

  • Simple Man - Lynyrd Skynyrd - Lyrics HD

    5:51

    Simple Man - Lynyrd Skynyrd

    Lyrics:

    Mama told me when I was young
    Come sit beside me my only son
    And listen closely to what I say
    And if you do this it'll help you
    some sunny day. Oh Yah!

    Oh take your time don't live too fast
    troubles will come and they will pass
    Go find a woman and you'll find love
    And don't forget son there is someone up above

    And be a simple kind of man
    Oh be something you love and understand
    Baby be a simple kind of man
    Oh won't you do this for me son if you can?

    Forget your lust, for the rich man's gold
    All that you need is in your soul
    And you can do this Oh baby if you try
    All that I want for you my son is to be satisfied

    And be a simple kind of man
    Oh be something you love and understand
    Baby be a simple kind of man
    Oh won't you do this for me son if you can?

    Boy don't you worry, you'll find yourself
    Follow your heart and nothing else
    And you can do this Oh baby if you try
    All that I want for you my son is to be satisfied

    Baby be a simple kind of man
    Oh won't you do this for me son if you can?
    Baby be a simple, be a simple man.

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - Free Bird

    9:04

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    Southern rock legends Lynyrd Skynyrd recorded Free Bird in 1973 and it featured on their debut album (Pronounced 'lĕh-'nérd 'skin-'nérd).

    Released as a single in November 1974, Free Bird became the band's second Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in early 1975, where it peaked at No. 19. A live version of the song also reached the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1977, peaking at No. 38.

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