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Titles :
T for Texas / Honky Tonk night time man / Sweet home Alabama / Double trouble / The ballad of Curtis Loew / Simple man / I know a little / Call me the breeze / Free bird / Gimme three steps

Musicians :
Robby Turner : steel guitar, dobro
Johnny Cox : steel guitar
Randy Kohrs : dobro
Pat Bergeson : guitar
Mark Thornton : guitar
Pat Mc Grath : guitar
Earl Palmer : guitar
Pat Bergeson : harp
Gary Smith : piano, clavinet
Dennis Crouch : upright bass
John Vogt : upright bass
Bob Warren : drums

There are so many tirbute albums to Lynyrd Skynyrd we could believe the southern boys from Jacksonville only get friends in the music business. Of course, that ain't that easy. There was a time when it was a good thing to criticize the Ronnie's band, saying they were a racist band, bad musicians and many more. But today, they are seen the opposite side, many people love surely has something to do with the economical aspect of the band.
Some tributes albums are not really great albums, but this "steel guitar tribute" is a masterpiece. Most of the musicians involved in this album were the ones playing on the famous "Pickin on Lynyrd Skynyrd" released in '98. Great interpretation, great sound, this album will surely enjoyed by Lynyrd Skynyrd and southern rock fans
John Molet

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