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Album Review

Skynyrd's Innyrds: Their Greatest Hits comes close to being a solid single-disc overview of the Southern rockers' biggest hits, but it falls short in a number of important ways. Most notably, "Free Bird" is not in either its studio or live incarnations; it's presented as an outtake, something that will only be of interest to hardcore Lynyrd Skynyrd fans, just like the outtake of "Double Trouble." Also, several major songs — "Down South Jukin'," "You Got That Right," "Whiskey Rock-a-Roller," "Simple Man," "Tuesday's Gone," "I Know a Little" — are missing, with album cuts in their place. That said, it has most of the big hits — "Sweet Home Alabama," "Gimme Three Steps," "Saturday Night Special," "What's Your Name," "That Smell," plus "Workin' for MCA" and "Call Me the Breeze," which were not on Gold & Platinum — which is enough to make it a good sampler, even if it doesn't provide as complete an introduction as Gold & Platinum.

Customer Reviews

Pretty good compilation...

but by no means complete. It is missing some key cuts, but you should know, the version of Free Bird on here is the same as the album cut on the first album, only difference being it doesn't fade out at the end. The song ends similarly to the live version on One More From The Road, so the word "outtake" for this is a bit of a misnomer. But it does have Call Me The Breeze, Working for MCA, Don't Ask Me No Questions and a few others that aren't on Gold & Platinum, so this would make a good companion piece to that album.


Free Bird album only???? And where is Simple Man


If you love "Southern Rock", but you think you think you've heard everything Lynard Skynard has to offer, well then, you really should try this album. Yes, some of Skynard's biggest tunes are here, but they should be different enough to really get your attention. For instance, take the piano , by the late great Billy Powell, on "Truck Drivin' Man"; it just boils away into steam! When, in the early 1980's, I lived in Jacksonville Florida, I used to go to this place called "Lynard Skynard's", (it had thier gold records on the walls, did they own it?) where I heard this album frequently and I thought it was amazing then. I still listen to it about once a month. They are one of my favorite bands, and yet, this is the only Lynard Skynard album I really need!


Formed: 1965 in Jacksonville, FL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Lynyrd Skynyrd was the definitive Southern rock band, fusing the overdriven power of blues-rock with a rebellious Southern image and a hard rock swagger. Skynyrd never relied on the jazzy improvisations of the Allman Brothers. Instead, they were a hard-living, hard-driving rock & roll band -- they may have jammed endlessly on-stage, but their music remained firmly entrenched in blues, rock, and country. For many, Lynyrd Skynyrd's redneck image tended to obscure the songwriting skills of their leader,...
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