Thyrty: The 30th Anniversary Collection

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Thyrty
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Greatest hits album by
Released2003
Genre Hard rock, southern rock
Length2:31:45
Lynyrd Skynyrd chronology
Lynyrd Skynyrd Lyve: The Vicious Cycle Tour
(2003)
Thyrty
(2003)
Greatest Hits
(2008)

Thyrty is a 2003 30th anniversary album by the southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd. It consists of a two-disc set, with the final 7 tracks on disc two from the post crash 1977 - current lineup. It was certified Gold and Platinum on February 21, 2005 by the RIAA. [1] As a limited edition, the album peaked at #16 on the Billboard 200. [2] All tracks are full length remixed/remastered stereo studio versions. The booklet contains 28 pages.

Contents

Track listing

Disc 1

  1. "Sweet Home Alabama" (Ed King, Gary Rossington, Ronnie Van Zant) - 4:45
  2. "Need All My Friends" (Complete version) (Allen Collins, R. Van Zant) - 5:12
  3. "Blues Medley" (B.B. King, Jules Taub, Jane Feather, Traditional) - 10:15 (Previously unreleased)
  4. "Down South Jukin'" (Rossington, R. Van Zant) - 2:14
  5. "Was I Right or Wrong?" (Rossington, R. Van Zant) - 5:24
  6. "I Ain't the One" (Rossington, R. Van Zant) - 3:54
  7. "Tuesday's Gone" (Collins, R. Van Zant) - 7:33
  8. "Gimme Three Steps" (Collins, R. Van Zant) - 4:30
  9. "Workin' for MCA" (King, R. Van Zant) - 4:47
  10. "The Ballad of Curtis Loew" (Collins, R. Van Zant) - 4:51
  11. "Call Me the Breeze" (J.J. Cale) - 5:08
  12. "Saturday Night Special" (King, R. Van Zant) - 5:09
  13. "All I Can Do Is Write About It" (Acoustic version) (Collins, R. Van Zant) - 4:24
  14. "Free Bird" (Collins, Van Zant) - 9:10

Disc 2

  1. "Whiskey Rock-A-Roller" (Live) (King, Billy Powell, R. Van Zant) - 4:12
  2. "Simple Man" (Live) (Rossington, R. Van Zant) - 6:42
  3. "What's Your Name?" (Rossington, R. Van Zant) - 3:33
  4. "That Smell" (Collins, R. Van Zant) - 5:49
  5. "I Know A Little" (Steve Gaines) - 3:28
  6. "You Got That Right" (Gaines, R. Van Zant) - 3:47
  7. "Comin' Home" (Live) (Collins, R. Van Zant) - 6:36
  8. "Swamp Music" (Live) (King, R. Van Zant) - 3:51
  9. "Gimme Back My Bullets" (Live) (Rossington, R. Van Zant) - 5:05
  10. "Smokestack Lightning" (Rossington, King, Johnny Van Zant, Todd Cerney) - 4:29
  11. "The Last Rebel" (Rossington, J. Van Zant, Robert White Johnson, Michael Lunn) - 6:46
  12. "Things Goin' On" (Acoustic version) (Rossington, R. Van Zant) - 3:00
  13. "Talked Myself Right Into It" (J. Van Zant, Donnie Van Zant, Johnson, Pat Buchanan) - 3:26
  14. "We Ain't Much Different" (Live) (Rossington, J. Van Zant, Rickey Medlocke, Hughie Thomasson, Mike Estes) - 3:42
  15. "Workin'" (Rossington, J. Van Zant, Medlocke, Thomasson) - 4:54
  16. "Mad Hatter" (Rossington, J. Van Zant, Medlocke, Thomasson, Tom Hambridge) - 5:37

Live Songs

  • Disc 2, Tracks 1-2 recorded 7/7/1976 at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA
  • Disc 2, Track 7 recorded 11/1/1987 at the Reunion Arena in Dallas, TX
  • Disc 2, Track 8 recorded 10/23/1987 at the Starwood Amphitheatre in Antioch, TN
  • Disc 2, Track 9 recorded 10/15/1987 at The Omni in Atlanta, GA (Mistakenly listed as 1997 in the booklet)
  • Disc 2, Track 14 recorded 7/15/1997 at the Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheatre in Burgettstown, PA

Producer(s) Lynyrd Skynyrd; Barry Beckett; Tom Dowd; Ben Fowler; Quin Ivy; Jimmy Johnson; Josh Leo; Andy McKaie; Ron Nevison; Ron Obrien; Tim Smith

Sales

Thyrty was certified Platinum by RIAA in February 2005

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References

  1. "American certifications – Lynyrd Skynyrd – Thyrty". Recording Industry Association of America . Retrieved March 2, 2020.
  2. "Lynyrd Skynyrd Chart History (Billboard 200)". Billboard. Retrieved 3 March 2020.