Tag: Marshall Tucker Band

Wednesday 7/14/21 12am ET: Feature LP: Marshall Tucker Band – Where We All Belong (1974)

Where We All Belong is the third album by The Marshall Tucker Band (credited to “Marshall Tucker Band”). It is a double album; disc one is a studio album and disc two is a live album, featuring extensive jamming by the band and guest fiddle player, Charlie Daniels, on “24 Hours at a Time”. Album two was recorded live at the Performing Arts Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on July 31, 1974. A printing error in the liner notes states Toy Caldwell credited as playing lead guitar and vocals on “Can’t You See.” “Can’t You See” was actually recorded at this show, but would be retained for release on the band’s following album, Searchin’ for a Rainbow, in 1975. Album one was recorded in 1974 in Macon, Georgia at Capricorn Studios.

“This Ol’ Cowboy” – 6:42
“Low Down Ways” – 3:00
“In My Own Way” – 7:17
“How Can I Slow Down” – 3:19
“Where a Country Boy Belongs” – 4:32
“Now She’s Gone” – 4:20
“Try One More Time” – 4:46
“Ramblin'” – 6:13
“24 Hours at a Time” – 13:57
“Everyday (I Have the Blues)” – 11:48
“Take the Highway” – 7:26

Doug Gray – lead vocals, percussion
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
Paul Riddle – drums
Charlie Daniels – fiddle on “24 Hours At a Time” and “This Ol’ Cowboy”
Elvin Bishop – slide guitar on “Where a Country Boy Belongs”
Johnny Vernazza – slide guitar on “Where a Country Boy Belongs”

Billy Sanders – harmonica, rhythm guitar
Paul Hornsby – piano, organ, clavinet
Earl Ford – trombone
Jerry Joseph – conga
Steve Madaio – trumpet
Sam McPhearson – harp
Stein – fiddle

Tuesday 11/10/2020 4pm ET: Feature Artist – Marshall Tucker Band


The Marshall Tucker Band is an American rock band from Spartanburg, South Carolina. Noted for incorporating blues, country and jazz into its eclectic sound, The Marshall Tucker Band 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, it has recorded and performed continuously under various lineups for 45 years. Lead vocalist Doug Gray remains the only original member still active with the band.

The original lineup of the Marshall Tucker Band, formed in 1972, included lead guitarist, steel guitarist, vocalist, and primary songwriter Toy Caldwell (1947–1993), lead vocalist Doug Gray (born 1948), keyboard player, saxophone player, and flautist Jerry Eubanks (born 1950), rhythm guitarist George McCorkle (1947–2007), 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, saxophonist and flautist Marcus James Henderson, guitarists Chris Hicks and Rick Willis, bassist Tony Black and drummer B.B. Borden.

Saturday 8/29/2020 12am ET: Feature LP: Marshall Tucker Band -Debut (1973)

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

Bonus track
“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

Wednesday 4pm: Sounds of The 70s

This week on Sounds of The 70s we feature music from:  Fleetwood Mac, Elton John, Ringo Starr, Donna Summer, Spinners, Chicago, Barry Manilow, Marshall Tucker Band and more . . .

Wednesday 2pm: Sounds of The 70s

This week on Sounds of The 70s.  Edward Bear, Billy Joel, Van Morrison, Bruce Springsteen, Elton John, Supertramp, America, Abba, Peter Frampton, Led Zeppelin, Marshall Tucker Band, Bachman Turner Overdrive and more. . . 

Sunday 12am: The Rock Show

This week on the Rock Show – Ratt, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Electric Light Orchestra, Journey, Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Cars, Pearl Jam, Judas Priest, Vixen, Doobie Brothers, Marshall Tucker Band and more . . .

Artist Countdown: Marshall Tucker Band Top 25 1pm ET @RadioMax

MTBThe 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.

Home Page: http://www.marshalltucker.com/

Source: Wikipedia / (Countdown created by RadioMaxMusic)

1 Heard It in a Love Song
2 Can’t You See
3 Fire on the Mountain
4 Last of the Singing Cowboys
5 Hangin’ Out in Smokey Places
6 Dream Lover
7 Silverado
8 A Place I’ve Never Been
9 Long Hard Ride
10 Driving You Out of My Mind
11 Walk Outside the Lines
12 Searchin’ for a Rainbow
13 This Ol’ Cowboy
14 It Takes Time
15 Once You Get the Feel of It
16 This Time I Believe
17 My Jesus
18 Another Cruel Love
19 I’ll Be Loving You
20 Running Like the Wind
21 Disillusion
22 Mr. President
23 Blue Ridge Mountain Sky
24 Bob Away My Blues
25 Desert Skies