The Rossington-Collins Band was founded in 1979 by ex-Lynyrd Skynyrd members, released two albums and dissolved in 1982 . They were a strong live act with the curiosity of having a female singer, Dale Krantz, who had been doing backing vocals for 38 Special.
This is a Pre-FM radio show with short interview clips and the live parts were recorded at the Garden State Art Center in Holmdel, NJ, sometime around 1981. Their performance of Free Bird was always instrumental in memory of Ronnie Van Zant.
Sound Quality: 9.5
Source: Pre-FM Vinyl
01 - Prime Time
02 - Gonna Miss It When It's Gone
03 - Gotta Set It Straight
04 - Opportunity
05 - Getaway
06 - Don't Misundestand Me
07 - One Good Man
08 - It Means Nothing To You
09 - Sometimes You Can Put It On
10 - Free Bird (the last 2 minutes were patched with a Lynyrd Skynyrd recording)