Street Survivors (Remastered with Bonus Tracks)
 
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Street Survivors (Remastered with Bonus Tracks)

2 Dec 2001 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 2 Dec 2001
  • Release Date: 2 Dec 2001
  • Label: Universal-Island Records Ltd.
  • Copyright: (C) 2001 Geffen Records
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  • Total Length: 56:36
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  • ASIN: B001KQFN4G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,209 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By "gary15854" on 30 Nov 2003
Format: Audio CD
Although this was the final album recorded by Lynyrd Skynyrd before the tragic plane crash in 1977, "Street Survivors" does not disappoint. The band are in fine form & inspired by the addition of Steve Gaines on lead guitar & vocals, who's influence is prominent on much of the record. The material here is superb throughout, with notable rockers, "What's Your Name?", "That Smell", "I Know a Little", & "You Got That Right", which all include classic guitarwork by Allen Collins, Gary Rossington & Gaines. As always, Ronnie VanZant's vocals are a pleasure & Billy Powell gets in some excellent piano solos on "I Know a Little" & the cover, "Honky Tonk Night-Time Man", which has a great drum intro by Artimus Pyle. The ballad, "One More Time" sees the return of ex members, Ed King & Rickey Medlocke, on guitar & drums respectively. This remastered edition has bonus tracks, including "Jacksonville Kid", which is basically "Honky Tonk Night-Time Man", but with different lyrics by VanZant.
"Street Survivors", a masterpiece of classic rock.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By C. Robertson on 30 Aug 2008
Format: Audio CD
I have the original LP ( does anyone remember Long Playing Records ? ) So I bought the CD.Then the 2 CD version came out, which I bought.The newest version is great, due to the second CD which has the original recording, not released before, plus some extra out-takes & concert recordings from one of Skynyrds last concert recordings before their plane crash.
Well worth buying for old, or new fans !
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 29 Mar 2010
Format: Audio CD
This album will always have a cherished place in my memories,bought 2nd hand from a school mate,who just bought it but didnt like it,as i sat in the living room with the headphones on,loving my new purchase,i became aware of the bands name appearing on the T V screen in the corner,slipped the headphones off,and John Cravens News round was reporting the crash,the flame covered album sleeve iwas holding with tour dates never completed was withdrawn and i was left with a collectors item,so to this edition,my fourth,what do we get?

Disc 1 the original 8 track album remastered,and as with all Skynyrds remasters a stunning sound, despite not housing a 'Freebird ' or a 'Sweet Home Alabama',this is 8 slices of prime time Skynyrd,the highlight being 'That Smell' with is chilling lyrics mirroring those of 'Needle and Spoon' several years earlier.

Disc 2 the original album completed at Criteria,sounds good to me,with several tracks which missed the final album,such as the excellent 'Georgia Peaches'.Most of the alternative versions/outakes have been available previously on various discs/box sets so its nice to have them all gathered together,although i hadnt heard the extended version of 'That Smell' previously,its excellent also.

Finally we have 5 live tracks from Calafornia'77,which of historical interest are pretty average bootleg quality,but worth having.

As with all Skynyrd remasters you get a decent package and superb,informative booklet.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Little Cat Voom TOP 500 REVIEWER on 14 Dec 2011
Format: Audio CD
Skynyrd were big, and on the verge of huge in 1977 when this was released...we all know why it didn`t happen, but this is one helluva testament to the amazing line-up of Van Zant - Rossington - Collins - Gaines - Powell - Wilkeson - Pyle. Gary Rossington is the only one left in the current line-up, which is dangerously close to a karaoke act (although I do respect Rickey Medlocke, a member of both the current band, and the original, pre-debut album Lynyrd Skynyrd). But this was something else; obviously, like all people with functioning ears, I love the other Skynyrd studio albums, and the live one. But this is my favourite. Gaines really brings something special to the party, with his classy soloing and songwriting. No weak points for me on this album - but personal highlights are "That Smell" (about Rossington`s substance abuse and car crash), the bar-room feel of "You`ve Got That Right", the marvellous, classic Skynyrd feel of "I Never Dreamed" (I adore the closing solo), and the phenomenal take of Merle Haggard`s "Honky Tonk Night Time Man" - dobro, piano, guitar...it has everything!
So, just in case there is anyone out there who is in two minds about whether they need "Street Survivors" in their collection? Well, I think it`s the best thing they did.
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By Mr. Paul Jarvis on 6 July 2014
Format: Audio CD
always good to hear them
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By Mr. Loz on 13 Nov 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Well, if you're into fruity little guitar licks and the blues in general, the greatest southern rock band's last album is here for you. Before purchasing it I had only heard about two of the songs on the album and was immediately persuaded to get it and the fact that every review I read seemed to have nothing but good points about it. On the other hand, I know some people are'nt a fan of the vocals (which i think is one of the best bits). Overall I reckon it was money well spent.
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By Phil T on 11 Aug 2011
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The masters of southern rock last album before the plane crash delivers on all fronts. Love the bonus tracks, what a tragedy they didn't survive.Right from the opening track, Ronnie and co are on great form. Can honestly say I have never really disliked a Skynrd track and this is a fitting tribute to them.
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