Here is my list of some favorite Southern Rock albums that also are some of my favorite LPs, period. Listed here is great music:
The Allman Brothers Band: Live at Fillmore East
The Allman Brothers Band: Eat a Peach(Two classic albums by a classic band. Timeless.)
The Allman Brothers Band With Bonnie Bramlett: Enlightened Rogues
The Rossington-Collins Band: This is The Way
The Rossington-Collins Band: Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere (These two classic, underappreciated albums featured the great vocals and personality of one.)
Lynyrd Skynyrd: Second Helping
Lynyrd Skynyrd: Street Survivors
Lynyrd Skynyrd: Edge of Forever (great albums by one of the great bands).
The Outlaws: The OutlawsMolly Hatchet: Molly Hatchet
Molly Hatchet: Flirtin' With Disaster
Danny Joe Brown and The Danny Joe Brown Band: Danny Joe Brown and The Danny Joe Brown Band (self-titled album; lead singer for Molly Hatchet)
.38 Special: Wild-Eyed Southern Boys
.38 Special: Special ForcesZZ Top: Tres Hombres
ZZ Top: Deguello
The Charlie Daniels Band: Full Moon
Delaney and Bonnie: On Tour With Eric Clapton
Mountain: Climbing(This could be called hard rock or heavy metal. Powerful record by one of the greats with "Mississippi Queen."
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The best Southern rock band album of all times is definitely The Allman Brothers Band Live at the Fillmore
Hello, here is my choice.
Not all in order. Don't kow if it's important.
Doc Holliday "Rides Again"
Atlanta Rhythm Section "The Boys From Doraville"
38 Special "Rockin' Into The Night"
Lynyrd Skynyrd "Second Helping / "Street Survivors"
Allman Brothers "Allman Brothers" / "Fillmore East"
Point Blank "Second Season" / "Airplay"
Molly Hatchet "Molly Hatchet"
Marshall Tucker Band "Where We All Belong" / "Southern Spirit"
Henry Paul "Grey Ghost"
Outlaws "Hurry Sundown"
Mama's pride "Uptown & Lowdown"
Red Rock Roosters "Altitude Is Everything"
Rossington Collins Band "Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere"
Greatest southern rock albums:
#1- Live at Fillmore (ABB);
#2-Eat a Peach (ABB);
#3-Marshal Tucker's 1st album;
#6-Outlaws 1st album;
#7-Molly Hachet's 1st album;
#8 Tomcattin (Blackfoot);
#9-Fandango (ZZ Top);