Southern Rock Icons: part 1. Lynyrd Skynyrd

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Lynyrd Skynyrd – Mississippi Kid

From the 1973/2001 re-release album:

Lynyrd Skynyrd (pronounced ‘lĕh-‘nérd ‘skin-‘nérd)

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humerus1987 says:

One of my favourites by Skynyrd…next to comin’ home, the ballad of curtis
loew, double trouble, call me the breeze, swamp music…Lynyrd Skynyrd

María Yang says:

i agree =P

aaron young says:

@narutard90here your a cool dude there is a fu of us

María Yang says:

wow im chinese, but i live in spain i luv the southern rock is a special
music and when i heard it, i just feel good 😀

Eisotope says:

This song has a special meaning for me!!! I love it!! Reminds me of a
simpler time in my life!!

JohnnyC says:

My fav LS tune! thanks

thebluesrockers says:

I love this video. great job!

mrgrimmreaper says:

hey dude, what song is this called?

The nextinline says:

@narutard90here you’re chinese, you live in spain, and you love southern
rock….. i’m so damn confused now…

Tommy Bluestreetcar says:

‘Cause down in Alabama you can run…. but you sho caint hide ♫♪♫♪♫♪♫ 5*****

eski502 says:

Mississippi Kid with Jimmy Hall of Wet Willie on Harmonica

mrsgstd says:

Skynyrd, probably the only band that has more dead members than live ones.
The albums where the real band played (Pronounced – Street Survivors) were



treblejunkie says:

No doubt about it. Now, they’re the Johnny Van Zant Band with Skynyrd’s
guitarist Gary Rossington and Blackfoot’s guitarist Rickey Medlocke.
They’re still Lyyrd Skynyrd, but a lot of shit happened because of the
plane crash.

wewillwinit6times says:

This track is called ” Mississippi Kid ” from the album ” Lynyrd Skynyrd
(Pronounced Lehnerd Skinnerd) “

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