Twenty (Lynyrd Skynyrd album)

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Studio album by Lynyrd Skynyrd
Released April 29, 1997
Recorded Muscle Shoals Sound Studios, Muscle Shoals, Alabama
Genre Southern rock
Length 55:39
Label CMC International
Lynyrd Skynyrd chronology
Old Time Greats
Lyve from Steel Town
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Twenty is the ninth studio album by Lynyrd Skynyrd released in 1997. The title of the album refers to the fact that it had been twenty years since the plane crash which killed original lead singer Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist Steve Gaines, and backup singer Cassie Gaines.

For this album the band brought in two Southern rock veterans, Rickey Medlocke, who had been a drummer for the band briefly before forming Blackfoot, and Hughie Thomasson of the Outlaws. The track "Travelin' Man" is the first studio recording of a song from the original band's 1976 live album One More From The Road. Making use of modern technology, the band were able to use original singer Ronnie Van Zant's vocal tracks on parts of the song, in order to create a duet between Johnny and Ronnie. The Album Cover is a fictional drawing of Monument Valley on the Navajo reservation.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "We Ain't Much Different" – 3:44
  2. "Bring It On" – 4:56
  3. "Voodoo Lake" – 4:37
  4. "Home Is Where the Heart Is" – 5:26
  5. "Travelin' Man" – 4:05
  6. "Talked Myself Right Into It" – 3:25
  7. "Never Too Late" – 5:18
  8. "O.R.R." – 4:16
  9. "Blame It on a Sad Song" – 5:35
  10. "Berneice" – 4:01
  11. "None of Us Are Free" – 5:23
  12. "How Soon We Forget" – 4:50
  13. "Sign of the Times" - 3:44 (Japan Bonus Track)



  1. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas (2011). "Twenty - Lynyrd Skynyrd | AllMusic". Retrieved 14 August 2011.