Skynyrd responded with "Sweet Home Alabama," a song about Southern pride and all the good things in Alabama. The feud between Lynyrd Skynyrd and Neil Young was always good-natured fun; they were actually mutual fans. Ronnie Van Zant often wore Neil Young T-shirts onstage and is wearing one on the cover of Street Survivors, the last Skynyrd album released before his death.
Nuthin' Fancy is the third studio album by the Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, released in 1975. It was their first to reach the Top 10, peaking at on the . It was certified Gold on June 27, 1975 and Platinum on July 21, 1987 by the RIAA. This was the band's first record with new drummer Artimus Pyle and guitarist Ed King left the band in the middle of the (late May of 1975) 1975 "Torture Tour.
Alben von Lynyrd Skynyrd. Live at Winterland - San Francisco 1976 Album. Live at Winterland - San Francisco 1976. Veröffentlicht am March 31, 2009.
Part of Universal's Authorized Bootleg series, this album captures a gig Lynyrd Skynyrd gave at the Winterland in San Francisco on March 7, 1976.
The Best Of Lynyrd Skynyrd (The Millenium Collection). 2-1. Sweet Home Alabama. Producer – Al KooperWritten By – Ed King-Gary Rossington-Ronnie Van ZantWritten-By – Ed King (2), Gary Rossington, Ronnie Van Zant. Bill Graham's Winterland, San Francisco, California Courtesy Bill Graham Presents Supplied by Diamond Time US Limited Previously unreleased. Original album released as MCA-413, April 15, 1974.
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Rock guitarist Ed King of the Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, shown in this February 1975 photo, is hospitalized with heart problems, forcing the band to cancel a benefit concert Tuesday Sept.
Lynyrd Skynyrd’s performance at Winterland featured the three-guitar attack of King, Rossington and Allen Collins. Lynyrd Skynyrd also treated the capacity crowd to Sweet Home Alabama, Don’t Ask Me No Questions and Sweet Home Alabama off 1974’s Second Helping, a cover of . Cale’s Call Me The Breeze as well as huge hits Free Bird and Gimme Three Steps from their debut album (Pronounced ‘Lĕh-‘nérd ‘Skin-‘nérd).
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NotesLive at the Winterland San Francisco 1976.
Limited to 50 hand-numbered copies.