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What Is The Best Marshall Tucker Band Album of All Time?

The Marshall Tucker Band (1973)
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A New Life (1974)
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Where We All Belong (1974)
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Searchin' for a Rainbow (1975)
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Long Hard Ride (1976)
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Carolina Dreams (1977)
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Together Forever (1978)
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Running Like the Wind (1979)
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Tenth (1980)
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Tuckerized (1982)
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Just Us (1983)
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Greetings from South Carolina (1983)
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Re: The Marshall Tucker Band - Discography
« on: April 16, 2012, 05:58:55 pm »
Where We All Belong (1974)
Gold @ US position 54


Studio / Live Album
Illustrator: Jim Campbell

3rd Release...
This is where the boys really got their groove and sound solidified. Several of the songs have become must plays in concert. It's kind of like Frampton's Come Alive. This double live album really opened up the ears to a lot of folks.

Some of it very country sounding. Not love those songs to much, but the other songs just have a nice blues and or jazz grove to them.

This is a double album with the 2nd disc featuring extensive jamming by the band and guest fiddle player, Charlie Daniels, on "24 Hours at a Time" (mentioned and played in my previous posts. Album two was recorded live at the Performing Arts Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

There are several guest artists that contributed to seven songs recorded in the studio: Elvin Bishop - slide guitar on "Where a Country Boy Belongs", Charlie Daniels - fiddle, Earl Ford - trombone, Paul Hornsby - piano, organ and clavinet, Jerry Joseph - conga, Steve Madaio - trumpet, Sam McPhearson - harp, Andy Stein - fiddle, and Johnny Vernazza - slide guitar on "Where a Country Boy Belongs".

Side one

    "This Ol' Cowboy" - 6:42
    "Low Down Ways" - 2:57
    "In My Own Way" - 7:17

Side two

    "How Can I Slow Down" - 3:19
    "Where a Country Boy Belongs" - 4:32
    "Now She's Gone" (Toy and Tommy Caldwell) - 4:20
    "Try One More Time" - 4:46


Side three

    "Ramblin'" - 6:13
    "24 Hours at a Time" - 13:57

Side four

    "Everyday (I Have the Blues)" (Peter Chapman) - 11:48
    "Take the Highway" - 7:26

All songs written by Toy Caldwell

Personnel

    Toy Caldwell - electric and acoustic guitars, steel guitar, lead vocals on "This Ol' Cowboy" and "Everyday (I Have the Blues)"
    Tommy Caldwell - bass guitar, backing vocals
    George McCorkle - electric and acoustic guitars, banjo
    Jerry Eubanks - flute, alto, baritone and tenor saxophone, backing vocals
    Doug Gray - lead vocals, percussion
    Paul Riddle - drums

Now She's Gone


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rcQk5YkiTc

Take The Highway


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUdpBjmbq4Q
« Last Edit: April 16, 2012, 06:05:22 pm by Mac »
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