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Authorized Bootleg - Live Cardiff Capitol Theatre, Cardiff, Wales, November 4, 1975

by Lynyrd Skynyrd

Authorized Bootleg - Live Cardiff Capitol Theatre, Cardiff, Wales, November 4, 1975 by Lynyrd Skynyrd

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Authorized Bootleg - Live Cardiff Capitol Theatre, Cardiff, Wales, November 4, 1975

by Lynyrd Skynyrd

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Label: Geffen
Captured at their peak in Wales, while on tour supporting Nuthin' Fancy, Florida's favorite sons power through a set largely populated by heavy rocking, straight boogie. A flawlessly recorded live document, this Authorized Bootleg attests to the fact that Skynyrd made their name by regularly blowing bands like the Who off the stage. Ronnie Van Zant sounds like he would kick anybody's ass, while the triple guitar onslaught hops in "Call Me the Breeze" and simmers in "Saturday Night Special." We'll give you three guesses as to what they played last.

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Captured at their peak in Wales, while on tour supporting Nuthin' Fancy, Florida's favorite sons power through a set largely populated by heavy rocking, straight boogie. A flawlessly recorded live document, this Authorized Bootleg attests to the fact that Skynyrd made their name by regularly blowing bands like the Who off the stage. Ronnie Van Zant sounds like he would kick anybody's ass, while the triple guitar onslaught hops in "Call Me the Breeze" and simmers in "Saturday Night Special." We'll give you three guesses as to what they played last.

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Captured at their peak in Wales, while on tour supporting Nuthin' Fancy, Florida's favorite sons power through a set largely populated by heavy rocking, straight boogie. A flawlessly recorded live document, this Authorized Bootleg attests to the fact that Skynyrd made their name by regularly blowing bands like the Who off the stage. Ronnie Van Zant sounds like he would kick anybody's ass, while the triple guitar onslaught hops in "Call Me the Breeze" and simmers in "Saturday Night Special." We'll give you three guesses as to what they played last.