MINT LYNYRD SKYNYRD SECOND HELPING w/SHRINK VINYL ALBUM

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RARE

MINT

LYNYRD SKYNYRD

SECOND HELPING

THIS ALBUM IS STILL IN THE SHRINKWRAP

ALL OF OUR ITEMS ARE ACTUAL PICTURES OF THE ALBUM

WE DO NOT USE STOCK PHOTOS

WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET

WITH THE HIT SWEET HOME ALABAMA

MCA RECORDS MCA-413

VINYL AND INNER SLEEVE ARE IN MINT CONDITION PLAYED ONLY ONCE

COVER IS IN MINT CONDITION WITH THE SHRINKWRAP STILL ON

THIS RECORD IS FROM MY PERSONAL COLLECTION AND WAS PLAYED ONCE TO RECORD ON CASSETTE TAPE THEN STORED IN AN UPRIGHT POSITION NOT LAYING FLAT

THIS IS AN ORIGINAL 1974 MCA RECORDS PRESSING

NOT A RE-ISSUE

Track listing 1. Sweet Home Alabama 2. I Need You 3. Don't Ask Me No Questions 4. Workin' For MCA 5. Ballad of Curtis Loew, The 6. Swamp Music 7. Needle and the Spoon, The 8. Call Me the Breeze Details Producer: Al Kooper Distributor: Universal Distribution Recording type: Studio Recording mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album notes

Lynyrd Skynyrd: Ronnie Van Zant (vocals); Allen Collins (guitar, piano); Gary Rossington, Ed King (guitar); Billy Powell (keyboards); Leon Wilkeson (bass instrument); Bob Burns (drums). Additional personnel: Trevor Lawrence, Bobby Keys (saxophone); Steve Madaio (trumpet); Clydie King, Merry Clayton (background vocals). Liner Note Author: Ron O'Brien. Recording information: Muscle Shoals Sound Studios, Muscle Shoals, Alabama. It was hard to believe that Lynyrd Skynyrd could possibly top its classic, near-perfect 1973 debut, PRONOUNCED LEH-NERD SKIN-NERD. However, the boys from Florida accomplished the near-impossible with their sophomore release one year later, SECOND HELPING. It's hard to determine the better album of the two, but both proved to be a solid one-two punch that made Lynyrd Skynyrd one of the '70s' biggest (and unfortunately, most tragic) rock bands. SECOND HELPING also helped define and create the Southern rock movement, as proven by such tracks as the classic anthem "Sweet Home Alabama" (which include the now-famous dig at Neil Young), the cautionary rocker "The Needle & the Spoon," and the biographical tale of "Workin' For MCA." With its fine writing and playing, and scores of hard-hitting Southern rock riffs and grooves, SECOND HELPING assured Skynyrd's ascendancy to rock stardom and FM radio immortality.

MINT ---- It should appear to be perfect. No scuffs or scratches, blotches or stains, labels or writing, tears or splits. Mint means perfect.
NEAR MINT ---- Otherwise mint but has one or two tiny inconsequential flaws that do not affect play. Covers should be close to perfect with minor signs of wear or age just becoming evident: slight ring-wear, minor denting to a corner, or writing on the cover should all be noted properly.
VERY GOOD ---- Record displays visible signs of handling and playing, such as loss of vinyl luster, light surface scratches, groove wear and spindle trails. Some audible surface noise, but should not overwhelm the musical experience. Usually a cover is VG when one or two of these problems are evident: ring wear, seam splits, bent corners, loss of gloss, stains, etc.
GOOD ---- Well played with little luster and significant surface noise. Despite defects, record should still play all the way through without skipping. Several cover flaws will be apparent, but should not obliterate the artwork.

Lynyrd Skynyrd (pronounced /ˌlɛnɚdˈskɪnɝd/ ) is an American Southern rock band. The band became prominent in the Southern United States in 1973, and rose to worldwide recognition before several members, including lead vocalist and primary songwriter Ronnie Van Zant , died in a plane crash in 1977. The band reformed in 1987 for a reunion tour with Ronnie's younger brother, Johnny Van Zant as the frontman, and continues to record music today. The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on March 13, 2006. The band now has a total of 7 deceased members.

Contents 1 History 1.1 Early years 1.2 Peak years (1973–1977) 1.3 Pl...

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