Title pretty much sums it up. Never paid much attention to Skynyrd, and ignorantly dismissed their basslines as monotone, root-centered droning... until the other day when my classic rock playlist turned up Gimme Three Steps. What a grooving line, with really cool little fills! That got me going on a Skynyrd kick, and I realized a lot of the stuff Wilkeson did was actually pretty forward and driving in the mix. "I Ain't the One" and "You Got That Right" are a couple other great examples... even found a live version of Crossroads where he gives Jack Bruce a helluva run for his money! Any more Talkbass love for this groovin' southern rocker? For a band that magnitude, I found barely a handful of threads on him. Seems a Jazz and various Thunderbirds (including a Fenderbird supposedly acquired from The Ox) were his staples.