Σάββατο, 3 Νοεμβρίου 2007

Lynyrd Skynyrd - 1973-10-30 - WMC-FM Radio Station,Memphis,Tennessee

Lynyrd Skynyrd1973-10-30WMC-FM Radio StationMemphis,Tennessee
Source: Pre-FM SBD>Master Reel>DAT>Wav>D.Edit (To Split Tracks)>SHN (MKW)
01 - I Ain't the One
02 - Call Me the Breeze
03 - Sweet Home Alabama
04 - Woman of Mine
05 - Workin' for MCA
06 - Free Bird

While in high school in Jacksonville, FL, Ronnie Van Zant (vocals), Allen Collins (guitar), and Gary Rossington (guitar) formed My Backyard. Within a few months, the group added bassist Leon Wilkeson and keyboardist Billy Powell, and changed their name to Lynyrd Skynyrd, a mocking tribute to their gym teacher Leonard Skinner, who was notorious for punishing students with long hair. With drummer Bob Burns, Lynyrd Skynyrd began playing throughout the South. For the first few years, the group had little success, but producer Al Kooper signed the band to MCA after seeing them play at an Atlanta club called Funocchio's in 1972. Kooper produced the group's 1973 debut, Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd, which was recorded after former Strawberry Alarm Clock guitarist Ed King joined the band. The group became notorious for their triple-guitar attack, which was showcased on "Free Bird," a tribute to the recently deceased Duane Allman. "Free Bird" earned Lynyrd Skynyrd their first national exposure and it became one of the staples of album rock radio, still receiving airplay decades after its release.




Lynyrd Skynyrd-Women Of Mine-1973

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