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Lynyrd Skynyrd: Edge of Forever

Track List

>Full Moon Night
>Preacher Man
>Mean Streets
>Tomorrow's Goodbye
>Edge of Forever
>Gone Fishin'
>Through It All
>Money Back Guarantee
>Rough Around the Edges

Album Reviews:

Q (11/99, p.126) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...the spirit of Skynyrd remains unbroken....[they] sound just as they did [in 1974]: the most soulful rock'n'roll band since Free..."

Album Notes

Lynyrd Skynyrd: Johnny Van Zant (vocals); Rickey Medlocke, Hughie Thompson

(acoustic, electric & slide guitars, background vocals); Gary Rossington

(acoustic, electric & slide guitars); Billy Powell (keyboards); Leon Wilkeson (bass); Kenny Arnoff (drums); Dale-Krantz Rossington, Carol Chase (background


Additional personnel: Bill Cuomo (keyboards); Michael Cartellone (percussion); Chris Eddy (background vocals); Nashville String Machine.

Recorded at Ocean Way Studio, Nashville, and The Castle, Franklin, Tennessee.

Includes liner notes by John Swenson.

Personnel: Johnny Van Zant (vocals); Hughie Thomasson, Rickey Medlocke (guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar, background vocals); Gary Rossington (guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar); Bill Cuomo, Billy Powell (keyboards); Kenny Arnoff (drums); Michael Cartellone (percussion); Dale Krantz-Rossington, Chris Eddy, Carol Chase (background vocals).

Audio Mixer: Ron Nevison.

Liner Note Author: John Swenson.

Recording information: Ocean Way Studio, Nashville, TN; The Castle, Franklin, TN.

Director: Dave Campbell .

Arranger: Dave Campbell .

Thanks in part to a popular Lynyrd Skynyrd edition of VH-1's Behind the Music in the late '90s, the classic southern rock band found themselves in the middle of a career renaissance--with a whole legion of new fans flocking to their concerts and checking out their earlier work. The band couldn't have picked a better time than 1999 to release EDGE OF FOREVER, a new album with their reconstructed line-up. The album shows that band members may come and go, but Skynyrd's solid southern sound will forever remain in tact--as proven by such tough rockers as "Preacher Man," "Workin'," and "Mean Streets."


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