Southern by the Grace of God

Southern By The Grace Of God

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Southern by the Grace of God

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Southern by the Grace of God is a live album by southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, this live concert was a tribute by Lynyrd Skynyrd to the members of the band who had died in the 1977 plane crash. The plane crash killed frontman Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist Steve Gaines, backing vocalist Cassie Gaines and road manager Dean Kilpatrick. This is the first album produced by the band after the '77 plane crash. The band's lineup was re-worked into a second-generation Skynyrd. The changes include: Johnny Van Zant, younger brother of Ronnie Van Zant, taking over on vocals, Ed King, who departed the band during a 1975 tour and Randall Hall, who replaced the paralyzed Allen Collins. The three (King, Hall along with founding member Gary Rossington) re-form the famous triple-lead guitar attack of the original band. New background vocalists Carol Bristow and Dale Krantz Rossington were added to take the place of the original Honkettes.

Track listings

  1. "Introduction/Workin' For MCA" - Introduction by Lacy Van Zant
  2. "That Smell"
  3. "I Know A Little"
  4. "Comin' Home"
  5. "You Got That Right"
  6. "What's Your Name?"
  7. "Gimme Back My Bullets"
  8. "Swamp Music"
  9. "Call Me The Breeze"
  10. "Dixie/Sweet Home Alabama"
  11. "Free Bird"


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