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MessageSujet: LYNYRD SKYNYRD new album   Mar 3 Juil - 20:45

LYNYRD SKYNYRD - Last Of A Dyin' Breed Tracklisting Revealed




LYNYRD SKYNYRD will release their new album, Last Of A Dyin' Breed, on
August 21st via Loud & Proud/Roadrunner Records. Last Of A Dyin'
Breed features 11 brand new songs, and is the band’s first studio album
since the 2009 release of God & Guns, which reunites the band with
producer Bob Marlette.


Check out the cover art below:





Last Of A Dyin' Breed tracklisting:


'Last Of A Dyin' Breed'

'One Day At A Time'

'Homegrown'

'Ready To Fly'

'Mississippi Blood'

'Good Teacher'

'Something To Live For'

'Life's Twisted'

'Nothing Comes Easy'

'Honey Hole'

'Start Livin' Life Again'


Bonus tracks:

'Poor Man's Dream'

'Do it Up Right'

'Sad Song'

'Low Down Dirty'
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MessageSujet: Re: LYNYRD SKYNYRD new album   Ven 3 Aoû - 9:12

LYNYRD SKYNYRD Release ‘Last Of A Dyin’ Breed’ Lyrics Video



LYNYRD SKYNYRD will release their new album, Last Of A Dyin' Breed, on
August 21st via Loud & Proud/Roadrunner Records. Last Of A Dyin'
Breed features 11 brand new songs, and is the band’s first studio album
since the 2009 release of God & Guns, which reunites the band with
producer Bob Marlette.



The band has now released the lyrics video for the track ‘Last of a Dyin' Breed’. Check it out below:





Last Of A Dyin' Breed tracklisting:



'Last Of A Dyin' Breed'

'One Day At A Time'

'Homegrown'

'Ready To Fly'

'Mississippi Blood'

'Good Teacher'

'Something To Live For'

'Life's Twisted'

'Nothing Comes Easy'

'Honey Hole'

'Start Livin' Life Again'



Bonus tracks:

'Poor Man's Dream'

'Do it Up Right'

'Sad Song'

'Low Down Dirty'






As previously reported, Lynyrd Skynyrd founding member Gary
Rossington will join a distinguished roster of Georgia performing
artists and music industry leaders in accepting awards on-stage at the
34th Annual Georgia Music Hall Of Fame Awards Concert and Show,
scheduled for Sunday, October 14th at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts
Centre.



Rossington will be honored in the Songwriter Category having written
well over 120 songs throughout his career including classic iconic
songs like 'Sweet Home Alabama', 'Simple Man', and 'What’s Your Name'.
Lynyrd Skynyrd release their new album, Last Of A Dyin’ Breed, on August
21st.



Atlanta’s celebrated television icon Monica Pearson will be Mistress
of Ceremonies of the event. A Special Performance by American Idol
stars and recording artists Snellville, GA-raised DIANA DEGARMO and her
fiancée ACE YOUNG, who met while appearing in the Broadway revival of
Hair, will be another highlight of the evening. Many of the inductees
will also perform during the Concert.



More info here.
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MessageSujet: Re: LYNYRD SKYNYRD new album   Mer 8 Aoû - 10:15

LYNYRD SKYNYRD To Guest On Rockline




LYNYRD SKYNYRD will guest on US nationally syndicated radio show
Rockline with host Bob Coburn on Wednesday, August 22nd. Fans are
encouraged to call to speak with the band toll free at 1-800-344-ROCK
(7625).


Lynyrd Skynyrd released a three-disc CD/DVD set, Southern Surroundings, exclusively with Walmart today, August 7th.


The deluxe collection includes a CD featuring 14 of the band’s
greatest hits, featuring 'Sweet Home Alabama', 'Saturday Night Special',
'That Smell' and a live 'Free Bird'; a seven-track DVD-Video from a
live performance on BBC’s Old Grey Whistle Test, and a 10-song
DVD-Audio/Video boasting 10 classic songs newly mixed in 5.1 surround
sound by Grammy-winning producer Elliott Scheiner.





The BBC DVD features live performances of 'Double Trouble', 'I Ain’t
The One', 'Call Me The Breeze', 'I Got The Same Old Blues', 'Every
Mother’s Son', 'Sweet Home Alabama' and 'Free Bird' from a performance
originally broadcasted on November 11th, 1975.


The DVD-Audio/Video disc showcases in 96kHz/24-bit uncompressed and
48kHz/24-bit Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound, 'Saturday Night Special',
'Gimme Three Steps', 'Swamp Music', 'Gimme Back My Bullets', 'The
Ballad Of Curtis Loew', 'You Got That Right', 'That Smell', 'All I Can
Do Is Write About It', 'Simple Man' and 'Free Bird' (the complete, 10+
minute extended version).


Southern Surroundings offers an overview of their career, both as a
live act (which can be seen in the BBC footage) as well as a recording
group, with the Scheiner-mixed 5.1 surround sound versions adding a
whole new perspective to the group’s groundbreaking catalog. There are
also some rare gems, including an acoustic version of 'All I Can Do Is
Write About It' on Disc 1 and a scintillating take on J. J. CALE’s 'I
Got The Same Old Blues' from the Old Grey Whistle Test on the BBC DVD
disc.


Lynyrd Skynyrd will release their new studio album, Last Of A Dyin'
Breed, on August 21st via Loud & Proud/Roadrunner Records. Last Of A
Dyin' Breed features 11 brand new songs, and is the band’s first studio
album since the 2009 release of God & Guns, which reunites the band
with producer Bob Marlette.


The band has now released the lyrics video for the track ‘Last of a Dyin' Breed’. Check it out below:


Lynyrd Skynyrd - Last of a Dyin' Breed OFFICIAL LYRIC VIDEO






Last Of A Dyin' Breed tracklisting:


'Last Of A Dyin' Breed'

'One Day At A Time'

'Homegrown'

'Ready To Fly'

'Mississippi Blood'

'Good Teacher'

'Something To Live For'

'Life's Twisted'

'Nothing Comes Easy'

'Honey Hole'

'Start Livin' Life Again'


Bonus tracks:

'Poor Man's Dream'

'Do it Up Right'

'Sad Song'

'Low Down Dirty'


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MessageSujet: Re: LYNYRD SKYNYRD new album   Mar 14 Aoû - 17:31

LYNYRD SKYNYRD To Perform On FOX & Friends All American Concert Series




US southern rock legends LYNYRD SKYNYRD will be performing live from
New York City as part of the FOX & Friends All American Concert
Series, this Friday, August 17th during the 8 AM (ET) hour.


The concert is open to the public (corner of 48th St and 6th Avenue)
with free food offered all morning from Famous Dave's BBQ. This free
live performance is the 13th of the 14-week outdoor concert series held
in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, directly outside the FOX News studios
(48th & 6th).


Lynyrd Skynyrd will perform several new songs from their forthcoming
album, Last Of A Dyin' Breed, as well as some of their notable anthems
including 'Sweet Home Alabama'.





Lynyrd Skynyrd are set to perform during events outside of the 2012
Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida on Sunday, August 26th
as part of the fundraising event Citizens Helping Heroes presents
Southern Tribute IV Honoring America’s Heroes. The concert takes place
at The American Action Network Pavilion at Liberty Plaza (corner of
South Morgan & East Whiting Streets next to the Tampa Times Forum)
and is open to paid sponsors and their guests. Lynyrd Skynyrd’s show
launches the four-day event which also includes performances by TRACE
ADKINS (August 28th) and KID ROCK (August 29th).


Tune In for Lynyrd Skynyrd’s performance live from New York City as
part of the FOX & Friends All American Concert Series on Friday,
August 17th during the 8am (ET) hour. The concert is open to the public
(corner of 48th St and 6th Avenue) with free food offered all morning
from Famous Dave’s BBQ.


This free live performance is the 13th of the 14-week outdoor
concert series held in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, directly outside
the FOX News studios (48th & 6th). Lynyrd Skynyrd, known for their
Southern rock anthems, will perform several new songs from their
forthcoming album Last of a Dyin’ Breed due in stores on August 21st on
Loud & Proud / Roadrunner Records as well as some of their notable
anthems including 'Sweet Home Alabama'.


Viewers will also be able to visit the FOX & Friends website at
Foxandfriends.com, which will feature post-performance coverage of the
group's appearance.





Last Of A Dyin' Breed features 11 brand new songs, and is the band’s
first studio album since the 2009 release of God & Guns, which
reunites the band with producer Bob Marlette.


The band recently released the lyrics video for the track ‘Last of a Dyin' Breed’. Check it out below:


Lynyrd Skynyrd - Last of a Dyin' Breed OFFICIAL LYRIC VIDEO






Last Of A Dyin' Breed tracklisting:


'Last Of A Dyin' Breed'

'One Day At A Time'

'Homegrown'

'Ready To Fly'

'Mississippi Blood'

'Good Teacher'

'Something To Live For'

'Life's Twisted'

'Nothing Comes Easy'

'Honey Hole'

'Start Livin' Life Again'


Bonus tracks:

'Poor Man's Dream'

'Do it Up Right'

'Sad Song'

'Low Down Dirty'
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MessageSujet: Re: LYNYRD SKYNYRD new album   Mar 21 Aoû - 16:03

LYNYRD SKYNYRD – Dyin’ Breeds New Life




By Martin Popoff


No band to the left side of BADFINGER has seen more tragedy than
Jacksonville, Florida’s LYNYRD SKYNYRD, owned by and betrothed to all of
America, on tour pretty much forever for 40 years now. If the crash and
more crashes later wasn’t enough, concurrent with the 2009 release of
the band’s last album, God & Guns, Skynyrd lost two more brothers,
bassist Ean Evans, who had not long ago replaced the deceased Leon
Wilkeson, and keyboardist Billy Powell, second to last link to the
original band, leaving only Gary Rossington.


But unlike other bands who soldier on ignoring the uproar to pack it
in, Skynyrd have managed to stay valid and vital, due to the ties of
longtime vocalist Johnny Van Zant to original singer Ronnie Van Zant,
and to the writing and performance prowess of guitarist and ex-BLACKFOOT
leader Rickey Medlocke, who weirdly drummed for Skynyrd back in the low
‘70s before they ever even recorded.





So life rolls on, and the band are back with a tough yet
intriguingly swampy new album called Last Of A Dyin’ Breed, a fine
addition to the catalogue, textured, hard-hitting, very much in the
spirit of the early days.


“I think this one’s more old school style, more the way the original
band, the first one, played and recorded,” agrees Gary Rossington,
prone to heart problems yet tirelessly touring the Western world in
service to the Skynyrd nation. “We all got together on this one and
played together; everybody knew it was pretty cool to do it like that,
instead of piling on the way we used to do, i.e. get a drum track and
kind of add tracks. This is the way we used to do it, and it’s really
fun, like I say more of an old school style. And instead of southern
rock or country rock, it’s more rock ‘n’ roll than country, you know?”


That’s a sentiment curiously seconded by Rickey Medlocke, which had
me scurrying back to God & Guns for a comparison confirmed…


“I think the biggest thing is that the band went back to more rootsy
rock ‘n’ roll on this record. The last record has a lot of country
influence on it. We did some experimenting on the last record, dabbling
in almost the country market on three or four songs, and it just, you
know, didn’t culminate. So this record, we went back and kind of did it
old school. We got in the studio, all of us at one time, and recorded
the songs all at once. Then when we’d get a good take, we could go back.
If anybody made a mistake, we’d go back and fix it and continue on. I
think there’s a lot of gutsy, roots rock ‘n’ roll in this record, as
well as some blues stuff. I’m pretty happy with it, man; it’s really
good.”


Not so much the country versus rock thing, what I’d noticed right
away was the variety of textures, from DEEP PURPLE-ish organ to piano,
acoustic, banjo, but mainly some nice guitar blends.


Says Gary of his co-axeman Rickey, in the band since ’96, “You know
what? He was back in the original band with us for a while playing
drums. And then he went off on his own and did Blackfoot and played
guitar and sang. Ricky just brings a lot of the old school stuff. He’s a
great guy and a great guitar player, and plays all of the leads like
Allen Collins used to. And that’s really hard, to do Allen Collins’
parts – especially ‘Freebird’ – and Ricky does them note for note, and
knows them really good. He was around Allen a lot too and saw him play,
played with him, and so just all that, just old school, old memories,
everything. Skynyrd, you know, he’s part of it.”





And where does Gary think he fits in the puzzle, besides anchor and
even icon to the past? “Well, I have a lot of pride in what we play what
I play. I just try to make it good. I just try to make it melodic. It’s
just a song, you know? And then there’s a lot of guitar playing so I
try to add slide. I try to play slide on a lot of songs, so they’re
different. A guitar and a guitar and a guitar… they all can kind of
sound the same. So if somebody’s playing a slide, it puts a little bit
of color on it. So most of the songs have some kind of slide on it.
Whether it’s all the way through or not, I try to that. But in general, I
play melodically.”


“I like this one called ‘Mississippi Blood’,” continues Rossington,
asked about key tracks on the new record. “It’s kind of a cross between
an old blues, new blues and rock ‘n’ roll, and it’s just nasty.
‘Homegrown,’ that’s really cool. It’s kind of today’s rock ‘n’ roll –
with an old classic band doing it like us, it’s kind of cool. We wrote
it for the fans today, and it’s about, you know, homegrown, whatever you
want to make of that (laughs). Girls or women or guys, or whatever, in
your neighborhood. So that’s it. One song on here called ‘One Day At A
Time’ really tells a good message. There’s one we wrote called ‘Ready To
Fly’ which is about getting a call from your mother who’s sick or maybe
gonna pass on. And that’s all happened to us, when you get up to be our
age, or you lose your parents or are about to lose them. So it’s a sad
song about mama leaving; I hope people will be touched by it.”


Rickey zones in on ‘One Day At A Time’ as well. “That sounds like a
track that the original band might have written and recorded. I also
like ‘Homegrown’ – that we wrote with Blair Daly. It’s the type of
heavier rock tune I like to play. There’s a song called ‘Good Teacher’ I
like. I like some of the ballads on there, man. I mean, all of it
really, jointly together, makes up for a really good record.”


“Everybody’s got a right to their own opinion, you know?” says Gary,
asked about the subject of Skynyrd and politics, given how divided
America is right now. “I think the country is kind of on a back road
now. I would like to see some changes about certain things. But you
know, I don’t know what we can do. We’re a rock ‘n’ roll band. We’re
more music and rock ‘n’ roll than politics. I know that in my experience
and life and stuff, it looks like most of them are crooked. The ones
that are in there that are good, I don’t know, there’s not enough of
them. But I don’t know what to say about it. I’m more about conservatism
than the left wing people, you know? I just can’t see their way. But I
hate to talk about it. I don’t know much about politics. I don’t think
anybody does (laughs).”


“I agree that America, first of all, is very deeply divided,” adds
Rickey. “One thing I don’t like is how everybody is making a racial
thing out of this whole political arena that we are in. I’m Native
American, so the racial thing kind of hits home with me. To be honest
with you, man, I’m sick of the politics here. I’ve been browbeaten by it
until I’m sick of it. I’ve been slammed in my face about it. And
honestly, I don’t perceive anything getting any better. I don’t know. I
hope it does. I mean, I play in a band where all walks of life come
together for a couple of hours and enjoy music and there’s no problems.
Everybody’s laughing and singing and drinking and having a good time
together. Then when that’s over, it’s back to the same old thing, you
know what I mean? And I look at that like, wow, why can’t you just
continue with this? Why can’t it be continued?”





“But I find that America is moving toward a certain type of
government that everybody else is moving away from,” ventures Rickey, in
closing. “And I find that very upsetting to me. And I was raised… I
gotta tell you, Rickey Medlocke lived in some of the most magical years
in this world’s history. I lived in the ‘60s. I lived in the ‘70s, right
into the ‘80s. And man, it was bad to the bone. You know, every song
that could have been written was already written back then. Every song
that could be written has already been done – there’s really nothing
original anymore. Well, there’s no original politics anymore. Politics
are the same old thing. We elect people, we put them in office, and
guess what they do? They sell us out. They sell us down the river and we
pay for it. So we try to tread lightly on the politics, although we can
be very outspoken about it. We tend to be reserved, but if push comes
to shove, yeah, we can be outspoken. Personally, I’m pretty blunt. I’m
pretty brash about human rights and human dignity. When I see things not
right, people stealing from the normal average people, and the
politicians filling their pockets while everybody else goes hungry,
sure, I’m pretty blunt about it. And then we take a vote on it, and one
way or another, I either get shot down or it gets upheld, you know?
(laughs).”
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