The Long Ear

180 gram audiophile black vinyl. The Last Rebel is the seventh studio album by American rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd and was originally released in 1993. This album showcases how this line-up could passionately tear their way through southern rock just as easily as the original line-up. It's a superb collection of songs with the title track being as good as anything the band has ever done! Cool riffing, honky-tonk piano playing, slide guitar and a combination of up-tempo songs and ballads. The old Skynyrd recipe works like a charm on this record. It is the last album to feature drummer Kurt Custer and guitarist Randall Hall.
180 gram audiophile black vinyl. The Last Rebel is the seventh studio album by American rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd and was originally released in 1993. This album showcases how this line-up could passionately tear their way through southern rock just as easily as the original line-up. It's a superb collection of songs with the title track being as good as anything the band has ever done! Cool riffing, honky-tonk piano playing, slide guitar and a combination of up-tempo songs and ballads. The old Skynyrd recipe works like a charm on this record. It is the last album to feature drummer Kurt Custer and guitarist Randall Hall.
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Last Rebel - 180-Gram Black Vinyl
Artist: Lynyrd Skynyrd
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $36.99
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DISC: 1

1. Good Lovin's Hard to Find
2. One Thing
3. Can't Take That Away
4. Best Thing's in Life
5. The Last Rebel
6. Outta Hell in My Dodge
7. Kiss Your Freedom Goodbye
8. South of Heaven
9. Love Don't Always Come Easy
10. Born to Run

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180 gram audiophile black vinyl. The Last Rebel is the seventh studio album by American rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd and was originally released in 1993. This album showcases how this line-up could passionately tear their way through southern rock just as easily as the original line-up. It's a superb collection of songs with the title track being as good as anything the band has ever done! Cool riffing, honky-tonk piano playing, slide guitar and a combination of up-tempo songs and ballads. The old Skynyrd recipe works like a charm on this record. It is the last album to feature drummer Kurt Custer and guitarist Randall Hall.
        
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