One From The Road 1001
Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz been there, done that! This band has become as exciting as old people screwing..... good grief! Really? 15 songs, pretty much in the same order, with 14 of the 15 being a greatest hits RVZ set. And they keep sliging it up against the wall and people buy it? Lame! Just lame!
Prefer Live in Steel Town or SBTGoG
I think the sound is much better on Southern By the Grace of God or Lyve in Steel Town. This, to me, just didn't have the energy or vibe of the other two b/c the sound seemed muddled in comparison and Johnny's voice did not stand out as well, it got lost in the mix...
By Exceptional Professional
Come on now...yet another live album of Skynyrd classics?? They are turning into the "Southern" KISS. Don't get me wrong, I love Skynyrd, but how many times do they expect us to buy the same songs? Sad...
By Grampa goopy gumpy grape
Great band. Great live. Glad they came out with a new album.
Best band ever is the best band live.
Grew up listening to these guys and this album is great. I only wish they had some of there newer songs on here but oh well.
By Jade Zer0
To be truthful I love this band but I felt like being an arse and rate it low.
GREATEST GROUP TO EVER WALK THE FACE OF THE EARTH STRIKES AGAIN!!!
Note to author of the album review... drummer Artimus Pyle is still alive. It was guitarist Allen Collins who passed away in 1990 due to complications of pnuemonia.
Either way, another outstanding album by the greatest group to ever walk the face of the earth (and no people, it's not the Beatles)