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Name:The Marshall Tucker Band 5 albums

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Where We All Belong (Size: 489.26 MB) (Files: 68)

 Where We All Belong


9.95 KB


59.87 KB


2.22 KB


2.22 KB


9.95 KB

  11 - Take The Highway.Mp3

17.03 MB

  10 - Everyday (I Have The Blues).Mp3

27.00 MB

  09 - 24 Hours At A Time.Mp3

31.90 MB

  08 - Ramblin'.Mp3

14.22 MB

  07 - Try One More Time.Mp3

11.14 MB

  06 - Now She's Gone.Mp3

10.75 MB

  05 - Where A Country Boy Belongs.Mp3

10.51 MB

  04 - How Can I Slow Down.Mp3

7.76 MB

  03 - In My Own Way.Mp3

16.95 MB

  02 - Low Down Ways.Mp3

6.88 MB

  01 - This Ol' Cowboy.Mp3

15.48 MB


0.02 KB

 The Marshall Tucker Band


79.15 KB


10.43 KB


2.57 KB


2.57 KB


10.43 KB

  08 AB's Song.mp3

2.86 MB

  07 My Jesus Told Me So.mp3

12.77 MB

  06 Ramblin'.mp3

11.81 MB

  05 See You Later, I'm Gone.mp3

7.25 MB

  04 Hillbilly Band.mp3

5.91 MB

  03 Losing You.mp3

11.90 MB

  02 Can't You See.mp3

13.99 MB

  01 Take the Highway.mp3

14.40 MB

 Searchin' for a Rainbow


10.63 KB


69.66 KB


2.38 KB


2.38 KB


10.63 KB

  08 - Can't You See [Live].Mp3

14.80 MB

  07 - Bound And Determined.Mp3

10.11 MB

  06 - Keeps Me From All Wrong.Mp3

9.82 MB

  05 - Bob Away My Blues.Mp3

6.39 MB

  04 - Virginia.Mp3

11.31 MB

  03 - Walkin' And Talkin'.Mp3

5.76 MB

  02 - Searchin' For A Rainbow.Mp3

8.87 MB

  01 - Fire On The Mountain.Mp3

9.05 MB

 Long Hard Ride


31.77 KB


12.31 KB


2.64 KB


2.64 KB


12.31 KB

  08 - You Don't Live Forever.mp3

9.13 MB

  07 - You Say You Love Me.mp3

9.14 MB

  06 - Holding On To You.mp3

8.78 MB

  05 - Windy City Blues.mp3

11.32 MB

  04 - Walkin' The Streets Alone.mp3

11.96 MB

  03 - Am I The Kind Of Man.mp3

10.15 MB

  02 - Property Line.mp3

6.99 MB

  01 - Long Hard Ride.mp3

8.96 MB

 Carolina Dreams


11.14 KB


66.47 KB


2.54 KB


2.54 KB

  07 - Tell It To The Devil.Mp3

15.45 MB


11.14 KB

  05 - Desert Skies.Mp3

14.65 MB

  06 - Never Trust A Stranger.Mp3

12.54 MB

  04 - Life In A Song.Mp3

8.23 MB

  02 - Heard It In A Love Song.Mp3

11.38 MB

  03 - I Should Have Never Started Lovin' You.Mp3

16.49 MB

  01 - Fly Like An Eagle.Mp3

7.05 MB


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The Marshall Tucker Band(self titled)
Where We All Belong
Searchin' for a Rainbow
Long Hard Ride
Carolina Dreams

The Marshall Tucker Band is an American Southern rock band originally from Spartanburg, South Carolina.

The band formed in 1972 with founding members Doug Gray (vocalist), George McCorkle (rhythm guitarist ), Paul Riddle (drummer), Jerry Eubanks (flutist), and brothers Toy (lead guitar) and Tommy Caldwell (bassist and front man). They soon signed with Capricorn Records and by 1973, had released their first EP, The Marshall Tucker Band.

Compared to Southern rock pioneers and label-mates The Allman Brothers Band, The Marshall Tucker Band had more of a country and western feel, with the flute being a key lead instrument in their sound with a lot of its parts in the higher fife/piccolo register. "Can't You See", "Fire on the Mountain", and "This Ol' Cowboy" are among their songs that received appreciable FM radio airplay, while "Heard It in a Love Song" made it to #14 as a single on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1977.

Since its inception, the Marshall Tucker Band has suffered three great losses:

* Original frontman and bassist, Tommy Caldwell died from injuries in a jeep crash on April 28, 1980. As well as being the front man who worked the crowd, he also sang background vocals and wrote several songs, including "Melody Ann," which was the only song he ever performed lead vocals on.

* His brother, guitarist Toy Caldwell, like Doug Gray also a Vietnam veteran, died of heart disease on February 25, 1993. He was the band's lead guitarist and primary songwriter from 1973 - 1983. He also played steel and acoustic guitar. He used his thumb to pick the strings instead of his other fingers or a pick. He sang lead on several songs, including "This Ol Cowboy," and "Blue Ridge Mountain Sky." After leaving Marshall Tucker Band, he formed the Toy Caldwell Band and in 1992 released Toy Caldwell Band, his only solo album.

* Founding member, guitarist George McCorkle, died of cancer on June 29, 2007 in Lebanon, Tennessee. He was the band's rhythm guitarist from 1973 - 1983. He also wrote many of the band's songs including "Fire on the Mountain," "Silverado," "Last of the Singing Cowboys," and "Holdin' On To You." In 1999 he released his first solo CD, American Street.

Despite these losses, the Marshall Tucker Band still plays up to 150 shows in a year, and are set to release their new album in June of 2007 entitled "The Next Adventure" on Ramblin Records. Lead singer Doug Gray is the only original member in the current (2007) lineup.

Band name origin

There was no band member named "Marshall Tucker". Originally, the band called itself The Toy Factory (named after lead-guitarist Toy Caldwell). But by the time the band released its first album they had become the Marshall Tucker Band. During a radio interview in Hempstead, New York, in 1973, Tommy Caldwell explained the origins of the band's name:

There's an old blind dude [in Spartanburg] that tunes pianos, and his name is Marshall Tucker... We didn't name the band after him, but we just kind of liked that name and stuck with it.

The band's official website offers additional background:

When MTB first got together in their native Spartanburg back in 1972 they were rehearsing in an old warehouse. They had yet to decide on a name and were discussing what they should call themselves one evening. Someone looked at the tag on the key and it said "Marshall Tucker" and it was suggested they call themselves the Marshall Tucker Band, not knowing it was a real person's name. Because it was time to go to dinner and everyone was hungry they said "sounds great" and the rest is history. A few years later they found out that Marshall Tucker was the name of the person who rented the building before them. His name was still on the key tag because the warehouse owner hadn't changed it yet. Mr. Tucker was a blind piano tuner, who, along with his partner, used the building for their piano business.

The Marshall Tucker Band is the self-titled debut album by The Marshall Tucker Band, a groundbreaking Southern Rock band. It was recorded in 1973 in Macon, Georgia at Capricorn Studios. The album contains some of the best songs of the Southern Rock genre, such as "Can't You See", "Take the Highway" and "Ramblin'".

Track listing

1. "Take the Highway" (Toy Caldwell) - 6:15
2. "Can't You See" (Toy Caldwell) - 6:05
3. "Losing You" (Toy Caldwell) - 5:10
4. "Hillbilly Band" (Toy Caldwell) - 2:35
5. "See You Later, I'm Gone" (Toy Caldwell) - 3:08
6. "Ramblin'" (Toy Caldwell) - 5:07
7. "My Jesus Told Me So" (Toy Caldwell) - 5:32
8. "AB's Song" (Toy Caldwell) - 1:15


* Toy Caldwell - guitar, steel guitar, vocals
* Tommy Caldwell - bass, vocals
* Doug Gray - lead vocals
* George McCorkle - guitar
* Paul Riddle - drums
* Jerry Eubanks - flute, saxophone, vocals

Where We All Belong is the third album by The Marshall Tucker Band. It is a double album; Album One is a studio album and Album Two is a live album, featuring extensive jamming by the band and guest fiddle player, Charlie Daniels, on "24 Hours At A Time." Album One was recorded in 1974 in Macon, Georgia at Capricorn Studios. 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.

Because this is a double album, disc one is side one and side four and disc two is side two and side three. The reason for this is so that the records may be played in order on those phonograph players that are capable of playing multiple records.

Track listing

Side One

1. "This Ol' Cowboy" (Toy Caldwell) - 6:42
2. "Low Down Ways" (Toy Caldwell) - 2:57
3. "In My Own Way" (Toy Caldwell) - 7:17

Side Two

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

Track listing, (live)
Side Three

1. "Ramblin'" (Toy Caldwell) - 5:35
2. "24 Hours At A Time" (Toy Caldwell) - 13:17

Side Four

1. "Everyday (I Have The Blues)" (Peter Chapman) - 11:30
2. "Take The Highway" (Toy Caldwell) - 6:56


* Toy Caldwell - Electric and acoustic guitars, steel guitar and vocals
* Tommy Caldwell - Bass guitar and background vocals
* George McCorkle - Electric and acoustic guitars, banjo
* Jerry Eubanks - Flute, alto, baratone and tenor saxophone, background vocals
* Doug Gray - Lead vocals and percussion
* Paul Riddle - drums

Searchin' for a Rainbow is the 4th studio album by The Marshall Tucker Band. It was released in 1976.

Track listing

Side One
1. "Fire On The Mountain" - 3:53
2. "Searchin' For A Rainbow" - 3:48
3. "Walkin' And Talkin'" - 2:25
4. "Virginia" - 4:54

Side Two
5. "Bob Away My Blues" - 2:42
6. "Keeps Me From All Wrong" - 4:13
7. "Bound And Determined" - 4:20
8. "Can't You See" - 6:25


* Toy Caldwell - Electric and acoustic guitars, steel guitar and vocals
* Tommy Caldwell - Bass guitar and background vocals
* George McCorkle - Electric and acoustic guitars, banjo
* Jerry Eubanks - Flute, alto, baratone and tenor saxophone, background vocals
* Doug Gray - Lead vocals and percussion
* Paul Riddle - drums

Long Hard Ride was the The Marshall Tucker Band's 5th studio album. It was released in 1976 and produced by Paul Hornsby. Guest performers included Charlie Daniels, John McEuen and Jerome Joseph. The title track was made into a short form film that was played as a sort of movie trailer. It depicts the members of the band as a gang of cowboys. The album's cover features Frank C. McCarthy's painting "The Last Crossing".


1. "Long Hard Ride" 3:48 (Toy Caldwell)
2. "Property Line" 2:57 (Toy Caldwell)
3. "Am I The Kind of Man" 4:21 (Toy Caldwell)
4. "Walkin' The Streets Alone" 5:05 (Toy Caldwell)
5. "Windy City Blues" 4:53 (Jerry Eubanks, Doug Gray, George McCorkle)
6. "Holding on to You" 3:48 (George McCorkle)
7. "You Say You Love Me" 3:57 (Toy Caldwell)
8. "You Don't Live Forever" 3:55 (Tommy Caldwell)


* Toy Caldwell - Electric and acoustic guitars, steel guitar and vocals
* Tommy Caldwell - Bass guitar and background vocals
* George McCorkle - Electric and acoustic guitars, banjo
* Jerry Eubanks - Flute, alto, baratone and tenor saxophone, background vocals
* Doug Gray - Lead vocals and percussion
* Paul Riddle - drums

Carolina Dreams, released in 1977, was The Marshall Tucker Band’s sixth album and an ode to the band’s home state, South Carolina. Focusing on Western themes, it spawned their biggest hit to date, "Heard It In A Love Song," which rose to #14 on the Billboard Hot 100, taking the album with it to #22 and #23 on the Country and Pop charts, respectively. A bonus live version of "Silverado" appears on the 2005 reissue.

Track listing

1. "Fly Like an Eagle" - 3:03
2. "Heard it in a Love Song" - 4:55
3. "I Should Have Never Started Lovin' You" - 7:10
4. "Life in a Song" - 3:33
5. "Desert Skies" - 6:24
6. "Never Trust A Stranger" - 5:28
7. "Tell It To The Devil" - 6:45


* Toy Caldwell - lead, acoustic and steel guitars
* Tommy Caldwell - bass, tambourine and harmony vocals
* Doug Gray - lead and harmony vocals
* George McCorkle - electric, twelve string and acoustic guitars
* Jerry Eubanks - saxes, flute and harmony vocals
* Paul Riddle - drums
* Jerry Eubanks - flute, saxophone, vocals

Guest Musicians:

* Paul Hornsby - Piano and organ
* Charlie Daniels - Fiddle and harmony vocal on "Desert Skies". (Charlie Daniels appears courtesy of Epic Records)
* Chuck Leavell - Piano on "Life In A Song"
* Jaimoe - Congas
* Leo LaBranche - Horn section arrangements and trumpet on "Life In A Song" and "I SHould Have Never Started Lovin' You"
* Dezso Lakatos - Tenor sax as part of the horn section.

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