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Biography

Doug Gray – Lead Vocals, Tambourine
Chris Hicks – Lead Guitar and Vocals
Clay Cook – Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar and Vocals
Pat Elwood – Bass Guitar and Vocals
B.B. Borden – Drums
David Muse – Keyboards, Saxophone, Flute and Vocals

THE MARSHALL TUCKER BAND got its start in Spartanburg, S.C. when Gray teamed up with brothers Tommy and Toy ... Read more in Amazon's The Marshall Tucker Band Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 25, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: K-Tel
  • ASIN: B000000S26
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #627,577 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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

Editorial Reviews

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This quintessential southern rock outfit wasn't so different in its approach as friends and lablemates the Allman Brothers. Both groups embraced an eclecticism, mixing elements of country, blues, gospel, jazz, and southern-fried rock & roll. The Tucker Band reveled in fine musicianship and retained a tight, sophisticated sound without forsaking a simple elegance. Toy Caldwell's "Can't You See" is still played almost hourly (or so it seems) on some stations in the south. This debut album is a must-hear for anyone with a taste for southern cooking. --Richard Gowen

Customer Reviews

This album is a must have for all Southern rock or any rock fan for that matter.
Anthony Hubbard
Despite radio burnout, it's still a great song, especially when listened to with the rest of the album.
Jim Toms
These songs are written from the heart and soul and exhibit much energy and really soothe the soul.
G. J Wiener

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dan McConnell on March 19, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I have had this album on vinyl (2 of them), 8 track, cassette, and now cd. This is truly a classic rock album, not only Southern Rock. Toy Caldwell's guitar work is simply phenominal, as shown on "Ramblin'" and "Take the Highway". If there is a more powerful voice in rock than Doug Gray's, I don't want to hear it---it would be too scary! I can't imagine that everyone doesn't already have this album.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brian D. Rubendall HALL OF FAME on April 9, 2002
Format: Audio CD
The debut album of the Marshall Tucker Band contains the band's signature song "Can't You See." For a brief time back in the mid-1970s, MTB challenged Lynyrd Skynyrd and The Allman Brothers for southern rock supremacy. Less rocking and more country oriented than either of those bands, MTB created some excellent music beyond their occasional hit. After "Can't You See," the debut album contains the excellent songs "Take the Highway," "See You Later, I'm Gone" and the gospel flavored "My Jesus Told Me So." The rest of the material isn't bad, either.
Overall, MTB's debut album is a fine example of mid 70s southern rock.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 7, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the best Marshall Tucker Band albums to come out in the '70s. It is one of the few where Toy Caldwell's vocals are prominent.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Henderson on August 25, 2000
Format: Audio CD
From the opening hard-driving "Take The Highway" to the heart-felt love song "Ab's Song", this album captivates the talent and versatility of the Tucker Boys. "Can't You See" will move most any listener, and the fine guitar work by Mr. Toy Caldwell is heard throughout the album. Toy Caldwell was both a great songwriter (he wrote all the songs on this album) and unique guitarist, picking with his thumb! Brother Tommy Caldwell is polished as a bass player, George McCorkle adds some fine rhythm guitar, and the flute playing of Jerry Eubanks adds to the band's unique sound. Great country-influenced songs include "Losing You" and "See You Later, I'm Gone". "Hillbilly Band" was the first song they mastered, and you can tell it on this record. "Ramlin" showcases the band's fine musicians and the strong vocals of Doug Gray. A must have for all Southern Rock fans, and serious music fans in general. Rest in peace Toy and Tommy Caldwell.
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Format: Audio CD
Although only 35 minutes long, the debut album from The Marshall Tucker Band contains some real gems and can now be viewed as the first of many top-notch albums. The opening "Take the Highway", for me, is as good as any song the band ever did and with their arsenal, that's saying a lot. "Take the Highway", along with so many other MTB songs, has some really powerful vocals by Doug Gray who knows how to sing with feeling. The flute really brings something to the song and it also has a neat interlude. All MTB faithful and even casual radio listeners are, no doubt, familiar with "Can't You See" which is probably the best known song with group founder, guitarist, and lyricist Toy Caldwell on lead vocals. Despite radio burnout, it's still a great song, especially when listened to with the rest of the album.
Other good tunes here include the overlooked "Losing You" and "See You Later, I'm Gone". "Ramblin'" is probably the only song that seems to detract from the others (in my opinion) and "My Jesus Told Me So" isn't particularly strong but there aren't any bad songs here. If you're not familiar with MTB, this is a perfect place to start before working your way up. Enjoy.
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This is one super fine debut recording by the Marshall Tucker Band. These songs are written from the heart and soul and exhibit much energy and really soothe the soul.
Doug Gray is one of the true great singers in all of contemporary recorded music. Not to lnock Toy Caldwells vocals on Can't You See or Hillbilly Band. There is plenty of passion from him. Their voices just blend in nicely with the fine instrumentation of the other band members, background vocalists, and guest artists like Charlie Daniels, Paul Hornsby, and Jaimoe. Keyboards, saxaphones, fiddles, guitars,etc.. this record has it all.
Loud and soft but basically free and easy all of these tracks are winners. Take The Highway, Hillbilly Band, Can't You See, and My Jesus Told Me So stand out the most. But the other tracks are almost as good.
So all you southern rockers or any of those who like a little twang in your music, pick this one up real soon.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Brian D. Rubendall HALL OF FAME on August 16, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Somehow, the Marshall Tucker Band gets vastly overshadowed by the two pillars of Southern Rock, Lynyrd Skynyrd and The Allman Brothers. But back in the bad ol' 70s, the Tuckers gave each of those other outfits a run for their money in terms of the quality of their music. Wjhle they didn't have a tragic genius like Duane Allman or Ronnie Van Zant on board, the still produced many great boogie rock songs. The best examples on their fine debut album are "Can't You See" (their biggest hit), "Take the Highway," "See You Later, I'm Gone" and "Losing You." They even get spiritual with "My Jesus Told Me So," which is strongly influenced by gospel music. Overall, this is a fine album that any fan of Southern or 70s rock should own.
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