It is the live album Southern By The Grace Of God from concerts in 1987 that proved that the terrible aeroplane crash ten years before hadn’t killed Lynyrd Skynyrd as well as lead singer and songwriter Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist Steve Gaines and backing singer Cassie Gaines.
Lynyrd Skynyrd Southern By The Grace Of God
Workin’ For MCA – 6:05
That Smell – 6:33
I Know A Little – 4:58
Comin’ Home – 6:41
You Got That Right – 3:46
What’s Your Name – 4:37
Gimme Back My Bullets – 5:11
Swamp Music – 3:39
Call Me The Breeze – 7:27
Dixie/Sweet Home Alabama – 8:29
Free Bird – 14:44
The band at this stage were:
Johnny Van Zant – lead vocals
Gary Rossington – guitar
Ed King – guitar, Yamaha DX7, backing vocals
Randall Hall – guitar, backing vocals
Leon Wilkeson – bass, backing vocals
Billy Powell – piano, organ, Yamaha DX7
Artimus Pyle – drums
Chris Pyle – percussion
Dale Krantz Rossington – backing vocals
Carol Bristow – backing vocals
Charlie Daniels, Steve Morse, Toy Caldwell and Donnie Van Zant make special guest appearances on some of the songs.
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