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  • CD (3 octobre 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN : B000025LCB
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Disque : 1

  1. What's your name
  2. That smell
  3. One more time
  4. I know a little
  5. You got that right
  6. I never dreamed
  7. Honky tonk night time man
  8. Ain't no good life

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Dernier album de la formation originelle de Lynyrd Skynyrd avant le crash qui survient trois jours après sa sortie, Street Survivors est donc le dernier album « historique » du groupe tel qu’il était alors constitué. Ironiquement, la pochette de disque présentait les membres de la bande à Ronnie Van Zant entourés de flammes ardentes, sans imaginer à quel point cette vision était prophétique. Musicalement, Street Survivors se classe dans la lignée de Gimme Back My Bullets et n’atteint pas les fulgurances de Second Helping, beaucoup plus inspiré. Précocement tragique comme un mauvais rêve prémonitoire, il n’empêche que l’accident d’avion tragique fait énormément pour la médiatisation de l’album. Cynique, mais réaliste.

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Par megaotal TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 18 septembre 2014
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Sortit quelques jours seulement avant le terrible crash aérien que subit le groupe,ce "street survivors" est encore une fois un trés bon cru des sudistes dans leurs line-up d'origine.Nous sommes en 1977,le punk émerge et s'impose comme une immense révolution dans le monde du rock,et les skynyrd ne sonts pas concernés par ce nouveau mur du son qui s'ouvre au monde.Au contraire!Le groupe propose ici un vrai disque de southern,qui si il ne posséde pas vraiment de classiques comme ses prédécésseurs offre à l'auditeur un pur moment de rock sans prises de tétes,ni fioritures.Peut étre plus "cowboy" dans son approche avec ses claviers "saloon","street survivors" s'écoute d'une traite en tapant du pied sur un super groove,des riffs/solos énormes et des refrains accrocheurs au possible.à écouter aprés un bon vieux western,ou juste pour s'évader l'esprit ce disque à tout pour plaire aux fans de vrai rock'n'roll.Trés recommandable!ps:à noter que la version que j'ai reçu ne comporte pas les flammes de la pochette originale...sans doute par respect pour les victimes de la tragédie qui frappa si brutalement le groupe vers la fin des 70's.
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HASH(0x98b38498) étoiles sur 5 Not a Repackinging of the Same Album (These are First Recordings) 18 mai 2010
Par ts1979 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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To say that this is simply the same, original album, "repackaged" with a few bonus songs added is absolutely wrong. This version is not a ploy for more sales of a same product. You simply need to know the background.

"Street Survivors" was recorded twice. The first recording was at Criteria Studios in Florida. The second recording was at Studio One in Doraville, Georgia five months later. The Doraville recording was used for the initial release of the album. The Doraville versions are the ones that we all know, and have heard for years.

In March 2008, the album was re-issued as a two disc package "Street Survivors [Deluxe Edition]". It contains both the initial version (second recording), and the first recorded "Criteria Studios" alternate versions of most of the songs.
This "Street Survivors [Rarities Edition]" is simply the first recordings and bonus tracks of "Street Survivors [Deluxe Edition]", without the added cost of buying the two discs with the initial version. So, if you already own the standard "Street Survivors" album, you can simply buy this album containing all of this newly released material. Good thing, right?

Now, what do you get?
The differences are minor on some songs, with the major difference being a much slower and extended earlier version of "That Smell." Also included are two songs that were recorded for, but not included on the original album, "Sweet Little Missy" and "Georgia Peaches". There are two versions of "Sweet Little Missy" included; demo and final form. Also included is a version of "Honky Tonk Night Time Man," with Ronnie's alternate autobiographical vocal take, entitled "Jacksonville Kid," which is believed to be the last vocal take he ever recorded in a studio.
I did side-by-side sounds comparisons with the Criteria and Doraville recordings. They are definitely different, offering interesting variations on these songs.
The sound quality is not very good on the live songs that are included; however they should be appreciated as simply bonus rare versions for the die-hard fan.

Conclusion?
If you are a casual listener, ...keep walking. The casual fan should buy the basic, initial release of "Street Survivors", or better yet, stick with a greatest hits complilation. However, don't dismiss this album as simply a "repackaging" of the same album.
If you are a diehard Lynyrd Skynyrd fan, this "Street Survivors [Rarities Edition]" is a must. The sound quality is excellent on the Criteria recordings, and offers us the rarity of experiencing these "first" versions of the "last" album of the original members of Lynyrd Skynyrd.
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HASH(0x98b3890c) étoiles sur 5 Triumph of tragedy foretold. 13 mai 2000
Par Stephen Caratzas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Most Lynyrd Skynyrd albums are great, but "Street Survivors" was truly their finest hour - the greatest southern rock band (sorry Allman Brothers fans) reaching their peak. This album shows a fiercely experienced unit, having survived the ups and downs of success, ready to go for the throat with renewed vigor. Yet the disc's original artwork, featuring the group surrounded by flames, turned out to be a chilling omen of the plane crash that took three members' lives. Suddenly it was all over.
What an epitaph they left behind. Songs like 'What's Your Name' (arguably the best road/groupie tune ever penned), 'I Know a Little' and 'You Got That Right' are right up there with Skynyrd's best. Not only are they rocking harder than ever, but the band is swinging, rumbling, hurtling down the tracks like a runaway locomotive, destination unknown. The three-guitar interplay is locking in like pieces to a jigsaw puzzle, every note fitting perfectly.
'That Smell', though, is the best track, and it still stands head and shoulders above any other warning of the evils of drugs and drink. Truthful, eerie, and ironic in retrospect, this song's power remains staggering.
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HASH(0x98b30210) étoiles sur 5 Definitive Southern Rock 9 avril 2001
Par corbettesque - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Being from Georgia and now residing in Los Angeles, I often get asked by friends which recordings I would recommend for an introduction to southern rock. My response is almost always the same: "Well, you really can't go wrong with any Skynyrd." Of course, I also bring up The Allman Brothers, The Marshall Tucker Band, etc., but I tell them if I were going to buy only one recording from one band, it would be a toss up between "Street Survivors" and "One More From The Road." The latter is one of the best live recordings you'll ever hear and is a great summation of Skynyrd's music up to that point. "Street Survivors," on the other hand, served notice that a revitalized group had emerged from the studio and hinted at more exciting music to come. Sadly, that was not to be the case. The plane crash that took the lives of front man Van-Zant and talented newcomer Steve Gaines extinguished the group that was the cornerstone of southern rock. "Street Survivors" showcases the band at the height of their talent and after hearing it one can only imagine what might have been.
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HASH(0x98b2d84c) étoiles sur 5 Perfection 11 décembre 1999
Par ASB7779@aol.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album is Skynyrd at their absolute finest. While some might argue that pronounced was their best work, the addition of Steve Gaines has quelled any of those notions in my mind. Songs like I Know A Little, Ain't No Good Life, and my favorite, I Never Dreamed showcased a band that had been to hell and back, a group of musicians who had earned the title of Street Survivors. In my mind, there is none finer than the Lynyrd Skynyrd of the seventies. The loss of Cassie Gaines, Steve Gaines, and Ronnie Van Zant shortly after the release of this album is a blow that fans around the world are still trying to come to grips with. Enjoy this album and the rest of Skynyrd's music. We love you Ronnie!
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HASH(0x98b2dce4) étoiles sur 5 Skynyrd's roots really shine here 27 avril 2002
Par Erik K - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The primary change to the Skynyrd lineup on this album is the addition of guitarist Steve "Roy" Gaines, taking the spot left by Ed King after Nuthin' Fancy. Gaine's playing shows a lot of country swing influences, he was a real picker. His playing adds a fine gloss to Skynyrd's sound when combined with Rossington's smokey blues/rock and slide and Allen Collin's blues laced arena rock energy. When you put these three guys together you're in trouble if you're expecting anything other than full blown southern fried music. Steve Gaines sings Ain't no Good Life. His vocals aren't on par with Ronnie Van Zant's, which makes this the weakest track, if there is one. But it's inclusion shows the guys really enjoyed having Gaines in the band. That Smell is the track that sounds most like earlier Skynyrd, and it was the big hit of this record, along with What's Your Name, which has a great understated rhythm guitar feel. I Know a Little (about love) is a high point; a fast, happy, danceable, country swing flavored song that showcases the guitar playing talent in this lineup. If there's a single place to throw in a tastefull guitar lick, they do it and they never miss. And check out Honky Tonk Night Time Man too. This album is so filled with southern influence that you expect sweet mollasses to start running from your speakers; country blues, swing, Dobro, slide, barrelhouse piano, you name it. For the aspiring guitar player wanting to learn about southern style pickin' and songwriting this is a high water mark. Then just TRY and track down all the guys Gaines, Rossington, Collins, Van Zant and the rest listened to.
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