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LYNYRD SKYNYRD - Last Of A Dyin' Breed (2012)
"Last of a Dyin' Breed" is the thirteenth studio album by American southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd. The album was announced on May 2nd, 2012 for release on August 21st, 2012, and September 17th in the UK. It is the first Lynyrd Skynyrd album to feature Johnny Colt on bass.
Anytime Lynyrd Skynard comes out with a new CD, infrequently as that maybe, the reaction is almost universally the same: They're not as good as the original seventies line-up. But that doesn't mean Skynyrd's second incarnation can't rock. In fact, to my ears, their brand new album "Last Of A Dyin' Breed" is one of the best in their career. The best description of Last Of A Dyin' Breed" is: Solid Rock. Though, as with most things, it has its highs and lows. But this band is pure Classic Rock, and rocks good. It's been about 34 years since Ronnie Van Zant's passing in an airplane crash, and younger brother Johnny has proven himself to be a solid frontman since that time. The technical ability of Van Zant, guitarists Gary Rossington, Rickey Medlocke, and Mark Matejka, new bassist Johnny Colt, killer drummer Michael Cartellone (ex- Damn Yankees) and keyboardist Peter Pisarcyzk is not up for debate. These are musicians who still provide 'wow' moments on "Last Of A Dyin' Breed".
TRACKS: 01. Last Of A Dyin' Breed 02. One Day At A Time 03. Homegrown 04. Ready To Fly 05. Mississippi Blood 06. Good Teacher 07. Something To Live For 08. Life's Twisted 09. Nothing Comes Easy 10. Honey Hole 11. Start Livin' Life Again
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