Best band ever
By Beantown Brawla 45
By Matt Altimari
I heard Jensen Ackles cover of Simple Man and just had to check out the original. Love this album and band 😍👌🏼
Terrible version of Free Bird
They included the live version of Free Bird from an Atlanta concert that’s absolutely terrible. Ronnie Van Zant’s voice is shot. This was the last show of a several day stand toward the end of the tour and his voice is gone, he barely makes it through the song. The instrumentals are OK, but there’s this stupid annoying toy whistle runs through the beginning that ruins the track, really lame. The original should have been on this record, and they needed to leave this one off. At the very least, they should have included the classic original and this one. But it was terrible when it came out over 30 years ago and it’s still terrible. This is 14 minutes of wasted space on your hard drive.
Go back and read the info people, it tells you first thing about it being live!!
Jump for the 5 bucks but don't read. It's AN AMAZING & AWESOME
ALBUM!! Calm down and just BUY IT!!!
Than we can go back to the time and.....drink, smoke and have another awesome time, like the old day!!!! 😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎
Don't buy a greatest hits compilation
Lynyrd Skynyrd is on the Mt. Rushmore of rock and roll. You should not restrict yourself to a greatest hits compilation. All of their 70's studio albums as well as their brilliant live album are worth the investment. Do yourself a favor and buy those.
THE BEST FREAKING SONG EVER
Curtis loew is the best song and worth buying
Great Band All The Time R.I.P. Bob Burns
By Hector V. The One
This is a great band all the time but,it is with sadness that I leaned of the passing of Bob Burns Co-founder and original drummer Rest In Peace Bob.
Southern Rock at its Best
Great album, always loved their guitar work. Probably some of the best guitars out there.
The CORRECT and ONLY version of Freebird to own... PERIOD
Other collections are good just not complete like leaving the new testama ent in the bible
Skynyrd's greatest hits
Great rock 'n roll never goes old. Timeless classics for a wonderful life.