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  Исполнитель(и) :
   Lynyrd Skynyrd  (Group)
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  Наименование CD :
   Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd



Год издания : 1973

Компания звукозаписи : MCA

Музыкальный стиль : Album Rock, Arena Rock, Boogie Rock, Hard Rock, Southern Rock, Blues-Rock, Rock & Roll

Время звучания : 42:57

Код CD : MCAD-11534

  Комментарий (рецензия) :

CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Rock (Album Rock)      

The Allman Brothers came first, but Lynyrd Skynyrd epitomized Southern rock. The Allmans were exceptionally gifted musicians, as much bluesmen as rockers. Skynyrd was nothing but rockers, and they were Southern rockers to the bone. This didn't just mean that they were rednecks, but that they brought it all together - the blues, country, garage rock, Southern poetry - in a way that sounded more like the South than even The Allmans. And a large portion of that derives from their hard, lean edge, which was nowhere more apparent than on their debut album, Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd. Produced by Al Kooper, there are few records that sound this raw and uncompromising, especially records by debut bands. Then again, few bands sound this confident and fully formed with their first record. Perhaps the record is stronger because it's only eight songs, so there isn't a wasted moment, but that doesn't discount the sheer strength of each song. Consider the opening juxtaposition of the rollicking "I Ain't the One" with the heartbreaking "Tuesday's Gone." Two songs couldn't be more opposed, yet Skynyrd sounds equally convincing on both. If that's all the record did, it would still be fondly regarded, but it wouldn't have been influential. The genius of Skynyrd is that they un-self-consciously blended album-oriented hard rock, blues, country, and garage rock, turning it all into a distinctive sound that sounds familiar but thoroughly unique. On top of that, there's the highly individual voice of Ronnie Van Zant, a songwriter who isn't afraid to be nakedly sentimental, spin tales of the South, or to twist macho conventions with humor. And, lest we forget, while he does this, the band rocks like a motherf*cker. It's the birth of a great band that birthed an entire genre with this album.

All Music Guide


  Соисполнители :

Allen Collins (Rhythm Guitar)
Billy Powell (Keyboards)
Bob Burns (Drums)
Bobby Hall (Percussion)
Dave Katz (Harmonica)
Ed King (Bass, Bass Guitar)
George Rossington (Rhythm Guitar)
Leon Wilkeson (Bass, Bass Guitar)
Robert Nix (Drums)
Ronnie Van Zant (Vocals)
Roosevelt Gook (Bass, Drums, Keyboards, Mandolin, Organ, Vocals)


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   1 I Ain't The One         0:03:53 Gary Rossington / Ronnie Van Zant
   2 Tuesday's Gone         0:07:30 Allen Collins / Ronnie Van Zant
   3 Gimme Three Steps         0:04:27 -"-
   4 Simple Man         0:05:56 Gary Rossington / Ronnie Van Zant
   5 Things Goin' On         0:04:57 -"-
   6 Mississippi Kid         0:03:54 Bob Burns / Al Kooper / Ronnie Van Zant
   7 Poison Whiskey         0:03:13 Ed King / Ronnie Van Zant
   8 Free Bird         0:09:07 Allen Collins / Ronnie Van Zant

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