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  • nodicenate

    This song just makes me want to hear more out of Steve Gaines and subsequently it makes me sad since I will never be able to. What a great talent he was! I wonder if Ronnie had any issues with handing the mic over to Steve to handle all of the vocals on this song... I wouldn't think he would mind sharing vocal duties on You Got That Right, but letting a newer addition to the band sing for the band he had been THE one and only voice of could have been problematic for a lot of performers. You have to wonder how much more of a focal point Steve would have been had the band survived to put out another record. He could have sung half of the songs on the next record for all we know or maybe it would be just like this record where he just appeared vocally on two tracks.

    25 feb 2013 Svara
  • carinaviol

    skönt gung .. o o oh

    2 jan 2011 Svara
  • lethereberock

    Unforgettable Steve

    21 aug 2010 Svara
  • GrizzlyMike

    Ronnie is back for this song with Stevie too. Have you guys and gals heard about the group The Outlaws they cover Sweet Home Alabama and the lead singer sounds more like Ronny that his own brother who's currently fronting the band.

    24 mar 2010 Svara
  • GenevieveG

    I think this is Skynyrd's best song. As much as I loved Ronnie, this song just has such a solid groove and Steve Gaines voice conveys the title so well:) I agree--RIP Steve.

    2 jun 2009 Svara
  • sh4n3

    RIP Steve

    27 jan 2009 Svara