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The Marshall Tucker Band

One of the major Southern rock bands of the '70s, the Marshall Tucker Band combined rock, country, and jazz, and featured extended instrumental passages on which lead guitarist Toy Caldwell shone. The band was formed in Spartanburg, SC, in 1971 by singer Doug Gray, guitarist Caldwell (born 1948, died February 25, 1993), his brother bassist Tommy Caldwell (born 1950, died April 4, 1980), guitarist George McCorkle, drummer Paul Riddle, and reed player Jerry Eubanks. The six-piece group was signed to Capricorn Records and released their debut album, The Marshall Tucker Band, in March 1973. They gained recognition through a tour with the Allman Brothers Band and found significant success during the course of the '70s, with most of their albums going gold. Their peak came with the million-selling album Carolina Dreams and its Top 15 single "Heard It in a Love Song" in 1977.

The band was slowed down by the death of Tommy Caldwell in a car accident in 1980 and faded from the album charts after 1982. Toy Caldwell left for a solo career soon after, and the original lineup disbanded in 1983. Later that same year, Doug Gray and Jerry Eubanks hired some Nashville studio musicians and took the band back out onto the road; a little over a year later, the second wave of the Marshall Tucker Band began, as Gray and Eubanks returned home to Spartanburg, SC, and hired guitarist Rusty Milner, bassist Tim Lawter, drummer Ace Allen, and guitarist Stuart Swanlund.

During the years since the original band dissolved, the group has had country chart hits, toured constantly, made forays into the blues and adult contemporary, and suffered the loss of founding member Toy Caldwell, who died in 1993. Some bandmembers left, some joined, and some stayed right where they were, but through it all, the Marshall Tucker Band endured. The band continued to record steadily, maintained a loyal fan base, and eventually began to receive their due as Southern rock pioneers. The 1998 Marshall Tucker Band consisted of Gray, Milner, Lawter, Swanlund, David Muse (formerly of Firefall, on sax, flute, and keys), and drummer B.B. Borden (formerly of Mother's Finest). The band took several stylistic detours with 1998's all-blues outing Face Down in the Blues and the 1999 spiritual album Gospel. A thorough reissue campaign was inaugurated in 2003, and the new studio record Beyond the Horizon appeared one year later. In 2006, the group released a live 1980 concert, Live on Long Island, and another new studio project, The Next Adventure, appeared in 2007. ~ William Ruhlmann & Michael B. Smith
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Live From Spartanburg South Carolina

1. Heard It In A Love Song

2. This Ol' Cowboy

3. Long Hard Ride

4. Desert Skies

5. Searchin' For A Rainbow

6. Fire On The Mountain

7. 24 Hours At A Time

8. In My Own Way

9. Ramblin'

10. Askin' Too Much Of You

11. Can't You See

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Track List: Love Songs

1. Heard It In A Love Song

2. Love I Gave To You

3. Too Stubborn

4. In My Own Way

5. I Love You That Way

6. Virginia

7. I Should Have Never Started Lovin' You

8. Can't You See

9. Try One More Time

10. If That Isn't Love

11. Why Am I Crying

12. Love Will

13. Let Me Come Home

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Track List: Where A Country Boy Belongs

Disc 1

1. Heard It In A Love Song

2. Low Down Ways

3. Never Again

4. I May Be Easy But You Make It Hard

5. If That Isn't Love

6. If I Could Only Have My Way

7. Too Stubborn

8. Heartbroke

9. When Love Begins To Fade

10. Losing You

11. Bags Half Packed

12. Try One More Time

13. See You Later, I'm Gone

14. Feel A Drunk Comin' On

15. Good Ole Hurtin' Song

16. Driving You Out Of My Mind

Disc 2

1. Blue Ridge Mountain Sky

2. Where A Country Boy Belongs

3. Stay In The Country

4. Cold Day In July

5. Time Don't Pass By Here

6. Walkin' The Streets Alone

7. Mr. President

8. Hillbilly Band

9. Blood Red Eagle

10. Down We Go

11. Tan Yard Road

12. All My Rowdy Friends Have Settled Down

13. And The Hills

14. Daddy's Eyes

15. Walk Outside The Line

16. Ab's Song

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Track List: The Marshall Tucker Band Anthology - The First 30 Years

Disc 1

1. Take The Highway

2. Can't You See

3. 24 Hours At A Time

4. Fire On The Mountain

5. Too Stubborn

6. A New Life

7. Long Hard Ride

8. Everybody Needs Somebody

9. In My Own Way

10. Where A Country Boy Belongs

11. Heard It In A Love Song

12. I'll Be Loving You

13. Searchin' For A Rainbow

14. Windy City Blues

15. I Should Have Never Started Lovin' You

Disc 2

2. Cattle Drive

3. Last Of The Singing Cowboys

6. Silverado

7. Good Ole Hurtin' Song

10. Stay In The Country

11. Driving You Out Of My Mind

12. If That Isn't Love

14. Time Don't Pass By Here

15. Ramblin'

16. Texas On My Mind

17. Ride Of Your Life

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Track List: Beyond The Horizon

1. Ride Of Your Life

2. Give It All You've Got

3. Texas On My Mind

4. Beyond The Horizon

5. Into Your Eyes

6. King Of The Delta Blues

7. Set You Free

8. The Rain

9. Angel (With A Honky Tonk Heart)

10. Midnight Promises

11. Never Find Another You

12. Down This Road Before, Part 1

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Track List: The Best Of The Marshall Tucker Band - The Capricorn Years

Disc 1

1. Take The highway

2. Can't You See

3. Hillbilly Band

4. See You Later, I'm Gone

5. New Life

7. Another Cruel Love

8. This Ol' Cowboy

9. In My Own Way

10. Where A Country Boy Belongs

11. Try One More Time

12. Ramblin'

Disc 2

1. Fire On The Mountain

2. Searchin' For A Rainbow

3. Walkin' And Talkin'

4. Virginia

7. Long Hard Ride

8. Am I The Kind Of Man

9. You Say You Love Me

10. Fly Like An Eagle

11. Heard It In A Love Song

12. Desert Skies

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Track List: Walk Outside The Lines

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Track List: Still Smokin'

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Track List: Greetings From South Carolina

2. Good 'Ole Hurtin' Song

3. If I Could Only Have My Way

4. I May Be Easy But You Make It Hard

6. Blood Red Eagle

8. Feel A Drunk Comin' On

9. Bags Half Packed

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Track List: Tenth

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Track List: Together Forever

1. I'll Be Loving You

2. Love Is A Mystery

3. Singing Rhymes

4. Dream Lover

5. Everybody Needs Somebody

6. Change Is Gonna Come

7. Asking Too Much Of You

8. Bound And Determined (Live)

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Track List: Carolina Dreams

1. Fly Like An Eagle

2. Heard It In A Love Song

3. I Should Have Never Started Lovin' You

4. Life In A Song

5. Desert Skies

6. Never Trust A Stranger

7. Tell It To The Devil

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Track List: Searchin' For A Rainbow

1. Fire On The Mountain

2. Searchin' For A Rainbow

3. Walkin' And Talkin'

4. Virginia

5. Bob Away My Blues

6. Keeps Me From All Wrong

7. Bound And Determined

8. Can't You See? (Live)

9. It Takes Time (Live)

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Track List: A New Life

1. A New Life

2. Southern Woman

3. Blue Ridge Mountain Sky

4. Too Stubborn

5. Another Cruel Love

6. You Ain't Foolin' Me

7. 24 Hours At A Time

8. Fly Eagle Fly

9. Another Cruel Love (Live)

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Track List: Where We All Belong

1. This Ol' Cowboy

2. Low Down Ways

3. In My Own Way

4. How Can I Slow Down

5. Where A Country Boy Belongs

6. Now She's Gone

7. Try One More Time

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Track List: The Marshall Tucker Band

1. Take The Highway

2. Can't You See

3. Losing You

4. Hillbilly Band

5. See You Later, I'm Gone

6. Ramblin'

7. My Jesus Told Me So

8. Ab's Song

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Saw them w/ the dead & Allman bros. Two of the most amazing days/nights in my life. '78&'79
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What is the South with out the Marshall Tucker Band. Great music.
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✌️❤️
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❤❤❤❤❤
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Tommy Caldwell died April 28, 1980.
It says April 4th in above bio which is a mistake.
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many a man has sung this at the top of their lungs while crying over an empty pint of brew. bartender, serve up another one and play it again.
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Some of the best music from the 70s, ****** Ice Man
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dennis82859
There will never be another group that creates they're own sound as these guys did. It all strated in the basement on Allison Drive.
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Steve stamp go navy
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Listening to these songs in high school!!!
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DONT READ THIS. YOU WILL BE KISSED ON THE NEAREST POSSIBLE FRIDAY BY THE LOVE OF YOUR LIFE. TOMORROW WILL BE THE BEST DAY OF YOUR LIFE. NOW YOUVE STARTED READING THIS DONT STOP THIS IS SO FREAKY. But if you read this and ignore it then you will have very bad luck. PUT THIS ON 15 SONGS IN 143 MINS. WHEN YOU ARE DONE PRESS THE SPACEBAR AND YOUR CRUSHES NAME WILL APPEAR IN BIG LETTERS ON THE SCREEN THIS IS SO FREAKY IT ACTUALLY WORKS
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seen them in Sedalia Missouri Ozark Mnt. Music Festival...n o hassles guaranteed
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Stevie and I were VERY GOOD FRIENDS!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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socratesjw
At the Zach Brown concert in Philly this summer (2015), Brown did a 25 minute rendition of Can't You See? I suspect half of the crowd never heard of Marshall Tucker, but it was the best song Brown performed that night.
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cweber356
My cousin was banished to our home in 1975 after getting busted for pot. He played this song relentlessly in our basement. Comforting.
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Transition is a wild but beautiful thing god bless love peace cheers
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They open for ZZTOP in MemphisTN in the late 80s ,They rocked us up. One of my all time Cavs...Helen , Memphis,TN
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Saw the Marshall Tucker Band at the Nassau Coliseum in April of 1980. Epic show, Tommy Caldwell died only 10 days after that show too. Long live the MTB!!!
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Saw them in 1974 opening for the Guess Who. Should'a been the other way around cause after they were through nobody wanted to hear the Guess Who!
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i love southern rock
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Loved MTB all my life. Got 2 see em on my 21st bday, @The Dallas Club, Columbus,GA( yep, I was Army ).
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kimbob0804
such a good band never got the due
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Mr Fleetwood n band are very fleet @&%$#������
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Love this song! I can sing it out loud without a care in the world. ������⭐️✨���
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druiz868890
Awesome song!!!!
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Saw these Guys n 1977 Dallas Texas awesome concert
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Tip,Best live band , Tom Petty and the heartbreaker s . Last dance with maryjane rules,peace
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Lovvveee it!! Never gets old
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To me, this is one that will never fade away.
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Saw them at Pozo Saloon Labor Day weekend 2015 and they rocked the house! It was the ninth time I have seen them since 1980. Through all the transitions, I still look for to another chance to see them.
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NEEDS MORE COWBELL !!!
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herse101
DEACON: (Heard directly from TC's mouth)---The band was doing a tour and needed a name before their next gig. He looked up, saw the name on some guitar case, and that was it. True story, I swear. (They just lucked out with the countrified MARSHALL...c o u l d a been Bullwinkel, I guess!)
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Yes play the long version
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Saw them years ago and they were so good.
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Favorite song EVER!!!!!
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Awesome southern rock band
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jl.lumpkin
I KNOW THAT'S TRUE BURN IT UP
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I just saw them Sat night in WA. what a great show!!
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Anyone that doesn't like hank Williams or listen to his music., you don't know what you are missing.
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If only I could see where the singer was coming from..
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THEY ARE PLAYING AT THE CANYON CLUB IN CALLY SEPT 4TH
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Love the live version of Can't You See these guys rock in concert saw them the 1st time in Dallas 1975 night to remember
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Pandora please stop playing the short version of can't you see please
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qcc5
Have played in bands for many many years. Every band I ever played with had to play Can't You See. It doesn't matter what kind of crowd you have, Everyone loves it. And it's a great jam song that can go on and on.... I have been a major MTB fan since first album. Still listen to them on every playlist I have. Thank God for bands like MTB, Charlie Daniels, Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd. Long live Southern Rock!
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I'm 54 now grew up listening to southern rock, music today for the most part SUCKS .with that being said,they are still great music to be discovered you just got look for it, to all classic rock and southern rock fans check out Blackberry Smoke , they are the real deal they ROCK. They're classic rock so to speak! Happing now . they are a kick a** touring band , that dose 250+ shows a year Spread the SMOKE!! ps thanks pandora radio we can have a format to find great music ! just say no to the b
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Moved out of Carolina in 1975 and went north to Maryland, you can say that i took Marshall Tucker with me, that's the music that kept me in touch with my down home roots all this time, keep on rocking MTB
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jetangel5
They were the Vigilantes as a Jr High band!
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jetangel5
Marshall Tucker was the pianist/orga n i s t at Southside Baptist Church in Spartanburg. He tuned pianos in the music warehouse (I believe named Rice City) where they practiced. All the pianos were stamped Tuned by Marshall Tucker. They adopted that as their name.
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The 70s was the most memorable time in my life good mems
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