Rock and Roll Series #5: Street Survivors
In Texas, United States
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This is located in a park. The hours are 6:30am to dusk. This is a good hike from the parking area. Once near the area, you will be bushwhacking to ground zero. It may be muddy after a rain. There is poison ivy and will be mosquitos during the warm season. Watch for critters and snakes.
Lynyrd Skynyrd's popularity can best be judged by the enormous success of its previous live album, One More From The Road. In this, its first studio release since Gimme Back My Bullets, Skynyrd creates the same firepower captured live. The rip roaring three guitar lineup consisting of Gary Rossington, Allen Collins and relative newcomer Steve Gaines burns with the same raging intensity as the flame on the LP cover. Ronnie Van Zant's vocals are as gutsy as ever and best reflect pure Southern blues boogie. Each of the eight tunes are delivered in a ferocious power-charged guitar flurry that doesn't let up. This is rock n' roll boogie at its finest. Best cuts: "One More Time," "I Never Dreamed," "What's Your Name," "You Got That Right." - Billboard, 1977
One of the song titles on this album is your clue to finding this cache. The song list is included below. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to decide which song to use and how it applies at Ground Zero. It will be helpful to bring along the song list to serve as a hint. I chose the song list from the CD version to give us both more options.
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 Nighttime man
8. Ain’t No good Life
9. Georgia Peaches
10. Sweet Little Missy
11. You Got That Right (alt.ver.)
12. I Never Dreamed (alt. ver.)
13. Jacksonville Kid
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Last Updated: on 05/10/2016 13:52:55 Pacific Daylight Time (20:52 GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum