The Marshall Tucker Band is the self-titled debut album by American rock band The Marshall Tucker Band. Released in April 1973, the album was recorded in 1973 in Macon, Georgia, at Capricorn Studios.
“Take the Highway” – 6:15
“Can’t You See” – 6:05
“Losing You” – 5:10
“Hillbilly Band” – 2:35
“See You Later, I’m Gone” – 3:08
“Ramblin'” – 5:07
“My Jesus Told Me So” – 5:32
“AB’s Song” – 1:15
“Everyday (I Have the Blues)” (Live at Winterland Auditorium, San Francisco, CA, September 1973) – 12:33
“Can’t You See” (Single Edit)
Doug Gray – lead vocals, percussion
Toy Caldwell – lead guitar, steel guitar, lead vocals on “Can’t You See,” “Hillbilly Band,” and “AB’s Song”
Tommy Caldwell – bass guitar, background vocals, drums on “See You Later, I’m Gone”
George McCorkle – rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar, percussion
Paul Riddle – drums
Jerry Eubanks – flute, alto saxophone, background vocals
Paul Hornsby – piano, Fender Rhodes electric piano, Hammond organ, Moog synthesizer
Producer: Paul Hornsby
Recording engineers: Paul Hornsby, Buddy Thornton
Album design and illustration: James Flournoy Holmes
Photography: C. Hearon, J. Duckworth at Camera House
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The Marshall Tucker Band is an American Southern rock/country rock band originally from Spartanburg, South Carolina. The band’s blend of rock, rhythm and blues, jazz, country, and gospel helped establish the Southern rock genre in the early 1970s. While the band had reached the height of its commercial success by the end of the decade, the band has recorded and performed continuously under various lineups for nearly 40 years.
The original lineup of the Marshall Tucker Band, formed in 1972, included lead guitarist, vocalist, and primary songwriter Toy Caldwell (1947–1993), vocalist Doug Gray (born 1948), keyboard player, saxophone player, and flutist Jerry Eubanks (born 1950), rhythm guitarist George McCorkle (1946–2007), drummer Paul Riddle (born 1953), and bassist Tommy Caldwell (1949–1980). They signed with Capricorn Records and in 1973 released their first LP, The Marshall Tucker Band.
After Tommy Caldwell was killed in an automobile accident in 1980, he was replaced by bassist Franklin Wilkie. Most of the original band members had left by the mid-1980s to pursue other projects. The band’s current lineup consists of Gray on vocals, keyboard player and flutist Marcus James Henderson, guitarist Rick Willis, bassist Pat Elwood, and drummer B.B. Borden.
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||Heard It in a Love Song
||Can’t You See
||Fire on the Mountain
||Last of the Singing Cowboys
||Hangin’ Out in Smokey Places
||A Place I’ve Never Been
||Long Hard Ride
||Driving You Out of My Mind
||Walk Outside the Lines
||Searchin’ for a Rainbow
||This Ol’ Cowboy
||It Takes Time
||Once You Get the Feel of It
||This Time I Believe
||Another Cruel Love
||I’ll Be Loving You
||Running Like the Wind
||Blue Ridge Mountain Sky
||Bob Away My Blues