Workin For MCA - Lynyrd Skynyrd - One More From The Road (CD, Album)

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  1. Sep 11,  · It is this reason that One More From The Road is Skynyrd’s best album. The deluxe edition is fantastic, offering more tracks and some alternate versions, but also super sound. It contains everything I love and look for in a live album; great sound, great crowd, atmosphere, fun .
  2. Lynyrd Skynyrds 'One more from the road' is one of the best party albums ever. The songs rock. Your mood rises. 'Sweet Home Alabama' and 'Free Bird' are tracks, which realive and continue the '68 mentality, as though few of the calls really moved on. But a further Rock-Attitude was set on by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
  3. Double live albums were commonplace during the '70s, even for bands that weren't particularly good in concert. As a travelin' band, Lynyrd Skynyrd made their fame and fortune by being good in concert, so it made sense that they released a double-live, entitled One More from the Road, in , months after the release of their fourth album, Gimme Back My Bullets.6/
  4. Label: MCA Records - • Format: 2x, CD Album, Deluxe Edition, Remastered Digipack • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Southern Rock Lynyrd Skynyrd - One More From The Road (, Digipack, CD) | Discogs5/5(1).
  5. May 12,  · One More From the Road, an Album by Lynyrd Skynyrd. Released in September on MCA (catalog no. MCA; Vinyl LP). Genres: Southern Rock. Featured peformers: Tom Dowd (producer), Ronnie Van Zant (vocals), Allen Collins (guitar), Gary Rossington (guitar), Billy Powell (keyboards), Leon Wilkeson (bass), Artimus Pyle (drums), Steve Gaines (guitar), Cassie Gaines 4/5(56).
  6. The album's real surprise though is a rock-out version of "T for Texas." Skynyrd has never aspired to be more than a tough rock & roll band, and their live set—which draws more than half its material from their first two albums—lives up to that. Penny for penny, One More from the Road offers a .
  7. After recording "Sweet Home Alabama," Lynyrd Skynyrd performed at the "Sounds of the South" press party. According to the booklet included with their box set, "When Skynyrd hit the stage with a roaring version of 'Workin' For MCA,' written especially for the event, the party stopped while hardened industry vets stood on chairs to get a glimpse of the unknown band.".

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