Marshall Tucker Band

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

A New Life
Used - LP - CP 0124
1974 White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Tiny Top Seam Split. more
A New Life
Used - LP - CP 0124
1974 Original Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Shrink Still Intact. more
A New Life
Used - LP - CP 0124
1974 Gatefold Original. LP Appears Glossy. MTB Is More Southern Boogie Here Than The Later Country Rock. more
A New Life
Used - LP - 13310
2012 US 180gm Gatefold Reissue. "Perhaps the only reason that New Life isn't quite as memorable as its self-titled predecessor is that the band's debut was just so startling when it appeared. By the time New Life was issued in 1974, to the band's credit, it seemed like the Marshall Tucker Band sound had always been a part of America's rock & roll scene. New Life is earthier than the first album, and country music is less layered over by the trappings of jam-band rock. "Blue Ridge Mountain Sky" is only eclipsed by Dickey Betts' "Ramblin' Man" as the ultimate road song from the period. Likewise, the pedal steel blues of "Too Stubborn" echo an earlier era altogether, as the ghost of Bob Wills comes into Toy Caldwell's songwriting. The whining guitars and lilting woodwinds of the title track bring the jazzier elements in the band's sound to the fore and wind them seamlessly into a swirling, pastoral country music. The Muscle Shoals horns lend a hand on the Allman Brothers' Brothers and Sisters-influenced "Another Cruel Love," and guest Charlie Daniels' fiddle cooks up a bluegrass stew on "24 Hours at a Time." The sound is fantastically balanced and warm, and like its predecessor, this album has dated very well." AMG - Thom Jurek. more
Carolina Dreams
Used - LP - A 780
Beautiful Gatefold Reissue (Barcode On Back). more
Carolina Dreams
Used - LP - CPN 0180
1977 Embossed Gatefold In Shrink With Lyric Insert An Capricorn Sleeve. Includes The Hit Song, "Heard In A Love Song". LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Cut Corner. more
Dedicated
New - LP - HS 3525
Sealed 1981 Club Edition From Columbia House. Small Bottom Right Corner Crease. more
Dedicated
New - LP - HS 3525
Sealed 1981 Club Edition From Columbia House. Small Bottom Right Corner Crease. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - CPN 0214
Sealed 1978 Textured & Embossed Jacket First Pressing. A Really Beautiful Copy. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - CPN 0214
Sealed 1978 Record Club Pressing. more
Greatest Hits
Used - LP - 12935
Out Of Print 2011 2LP 180gm Gatefold Original. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Features 3 Previously Unreleased Live Songs. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - 12935
Factory Sealed, Out Of Print 2011 2LP 180gm Gatefold Original. Features 3 Previously Unreleased Live Songs. more
Greetings From South Carolina
New - LP - 23997
Sealed 1983 Original. Small Saw Notch. more
Greetings From South Carolina
New - LP - 23997
Sealed 1983 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Just Us
Used - LP - 23803
Beautiful 1983 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover. “Throughout Their Ten Years Of Recording And Touring, The Marshall Tucker Band Endured Everything From Grueling Work/Touring Constraints (They Released An Album A Year For Ten Years) And The Loss Of One Of Their Brothers/Co-Founders (Tommy Caldwell Passed Away In 1980 Due To Injuries From An Auto Accident). This Frantic Pace Would Assure Even The Hardest Of Bands A Pathway To Severe Burnout. But For This Ragtag Group Of Steel-Eyed Southerners, It Was Just Another Day At The Office. By The Time Just Us Rolled Around They Were Veterans Of The Record-Making Process, Confident Enough In Their Own Skills To Actually Produce Their Works For The First Time. This Dedication And Attention To Detail Results In Some Of The Marshall Tucker Band's Finest Compositions Ever And One Of Their Most Thoroughly Solid Records. With The Addition Of Ronnie Godfrey To The Band As Piano Player And Songwriter, The Group Branch Out Into Deeper Blues Territory ("Testify," "Wait For You") While Still Retaining The Country And Rock Qualities That Built Them Such A Large Fanbase.” – Rob Theakston, AMG more
Long Hard Ride
New - LP - CP 0170
Sealed 1976 Original, COH. more
Long Hard Ride
New - LP - BP 3663
Sealed 1976 Second Issue With Barcode On Back Jacket. more
Long Hard Ride
Used - LP - CP 0170
1976 Original With Promo Sticker On The Front Cover. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. more
Long Hard Ride
New - LP - CPN 0170
Sealed 1976 Original. Cut Corner. more
Marshall Tucker Band
New - LP - BSK 3606
Sealed 1973 Original. “Taking A Page From Their Capricorn Records Labelmates And Southern Rock Contemporaries The Allman Brothers, The Marshall Tucker Band Issued A Self-Titled Debut Blending The Long And Winding Psychedelic And Jam Band Scene With An Equally Languid And Otherwise Laid-Back Country-Rock Flavor. Into The Mix They Also Added A Comparatively Sophisticated Jazz Element — Which Is Particularly Prominent Throughout Their Earliest Efforts. Their Free-Spirited Brand Of Southern Rock Was A Direct Contrast To The Badass Rebel Image Projected By The Outlaws Or Lynyrd Skynyrd. This Difference Is Reflected Throughout The 1973 Long-Player The Marshall Tucker Band. The Disc Commences With One Of The MTB's Most Revered Works, The Loose And Limber Traveling Proto-Jam "Take The Highway." The Improvised Instrumental Section Features Some Inspired Interaction Between Toy Caldwell And Eubanks. This Also Creates A Unique Synergy Of Musical Styles That Is Most Profoundly Exhibited On The Subsequent Cut, "Can't You See." Caldwell's Easygoing Acoustic Fretwork Babbles Like A Brook Against Eubanks Lonesome Airy Flute Lines. The Remainder Of The Disc Expounds On Those Themes, Including The Uptempo Freewheelin' "Hillbilly Band." Unlike What The Title Suggests, The Track Is Actually More Akin To The Grateful Dead's "Eyes Of The World" Than Anything From The Traditional Country Or Bluegrass Genres. "Ramblin'" Is An R&B Rave-Up That Leans Toward A Memphis Style With Some Classy Brass Augmentations. The Effort Concludes On The Opposite Side Of The Spectrum With The Tranquil Gospel Rocker "My Jesus Told Me So," Offering Up Caldwell's Fluid Guitar Work With A Sound Comparable To That Of Dickey Betts. "AB's Song" Is An Acoustic Folk Number That Would Not Sound Out Of Place Being Delivered By John Prine Or Steve Goodman.” – Lindsay Planer, All Music Guide more
Marshall Tucker Band
New - LP - CP 0112
Sealed 1973 Original With Promo Sticker On Shrink And Promo Insert Under Shrink On Back Jacket. Almost Certainly A White Label Promo. “Taking A Page From Their Capricorn Records Labelmates And Southern Rock Contemporaries The Allman Brothers, The Marshall Tucker Band Issued A Self-Titled Debut Blending The Long And Winding Psychedelic And Jam Band Scene With An Equally Languid And Otherwise Laid-Back Country-Rock Flavor. Into The Mix They Also Added A Comparatively Sophisticated Jazz Element — Which Is Particularly Prominent Throughout Their Earliest Efforts. Their Free-Spirited Brand Of Southern Rock Was A Direct Contrast To The Badass Rebel Image Projected By The Outlaws Or Lynyrd Skynyrd. This Difference Is Reflected Throughout The 1973 Long-Player The Marshall Tucker Band. The Disc Commences With One Of The MTB's Most Revered Works, The Loose And Limber Traveling Proto-Jam "Take The Highway." The Improvised Instrumental Section Features Some Inspired Interaction Between Toy Caldwell And Eubanks. This Also Creates A Unique Synergy Of Musical Styles That Is Most Profoundly Exhibited On The Subsequent Cut, "Can't You See." Caldwell's Easygoing Acoustic Fretwork Babbles Like A Brook Against Eubanks Lonesome Airy Flute Lines. The Remainder Of The Disc Expounds On Those Themes, Including The Uptempo Freewheelin' "Hillbilly Band." Unlike What The Title Suggests, The Track Is Actually More Akin To The Grateful Dead's "Eyes Of The World" Than Anything From The Traditional Country Or Bluegrass Genres. "Ramblin'" Is An R&B Rave-Up That Leans Toward A Memphis Style With Some Classy Brass Augmentations. The Effort Concludes On The Opposite Side Of The Spectrum With The Tranquil Gospel Rocker "My Jesus Told Me So," Offering Up Caldwell's Fluid Guitar Work With A Sound Comparable To That Of Dickey Betts. "AB's Song" Is An Acoustic Folk Number That Would Not Sound Out Of Place Being Delivered By John Prine Or Steve Goodman.” – Lindsay Planer, All Music Guide more
Running Like The Wind
New - LP - BSK 3317
Sealed 1979 Gatefold Original. Small Saw Cut. “Running Like The Wind Finds The Marshall Tucker Band Returning To Their Ever Popular Cowboy Theme, With Toy Caldwell's Strong, Melodic Title Track, And George Mccorkle's "Last Of The Singing Cowboys." The Music Is Well-Produced, With Some Fine Vocal Arrangements From Singer Doug Gray. Tommy Caldwell Sings The Only Lead Vocal Of His Career In A Heartfelt Love Song To His Wife, "Melody Ann." Michael B. Smith, AMG. more
Running Like The Wind
Used - LP - BSK 3317
1979 Gatefold Original. Appears Unplayed.. “Running Like The Wind Finds The Marshall Tucker Band Returning To Their Ever Popular Cowboy Theme, With Toy Caldwell's Strong, Melodic Title Track, And George Mccorkle's "Last Of The Singing Cowboys." The Music Is Well-Produced, With Some Fine Vocal Arrangements From Singer Doug Gray. Tommy Caldwell Sings The Only Lead Vocal Of His Career In A Heartfelt Love Song To His Wife, "Melody Ann." Michael B. Smith, AMG. more
Searchin' For A Rainbow
New - LP - CP 0161
Sealed, Hard To Find 1975 Original. COH. more
Searchin' For A Rainbow
Used - LP - CP 0161
Hard To Find 1975 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom "Fire On The Mountain" Hype Sticker Intact. 1C/1B Stampers. Mastered At Sterling. more
Searchin' For A Rainbow
Used - LP - CP 0161
Hard To Find 1975 Original. Hint Of Ring Wear. LP Appears Unplayed. Cover Art By Ken Featherston. more
Searchin' For A Rainbow
Used - LP - CP 0161
1975 Original. Mastered At Sterling. more
Still Holdin' On
New - LP - 832 794
Sealed, Hard To Find 1988 Original. Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Still Holdin' On
Used - LP - 832 794
Hard To Find 1988 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On Front Jacket And Gold Promo Stamp On Back. more
Tenth
Used - LP - HS 3410
1980 Embossed Cover Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. The Last Recording To Feature The Original Line-Up. more
The Marshall Tucker Band
Used - LP - CP 0112
1973 Gatefold Original. Cover Has A Few Faint Water Marks “Taking A Page From Their Capricorn Records Labelmates And Southern Rock Contemporaries The Allman Brothers, The Marshall Tucker Band Issued A Self-Titled Debut Blending The Long And Winding Psychedelic And Jam Band Scene With An Equally Languid And Otherwise Laid-Back Country-Rock Flavor. Into The Mix They Also Added A Comparatively Sophisticated Jazz Element — Which Is Particularly Prominent Throughout Their Earliest Efforts. Their Free-Spirited Brand Of Southern Rock Was A Direct Contrast To The Badass Rebel Image Projected By The Outlaws Or Lynyrd Skynyrd. This Difference Is Reflected Throughout The 1973 Long-Player The Marshall Tucker Band. The Disc Commences With One Of The MTB's Most Revered Works, The Loose And Limber Traveling Proto-Jam "Take The Highway." The Improvised Instrumental Section Features Some Inspired Interaction Between Toy Caldwell And Eubanks. This Also Creates A Unique Synergy Of Musical Styles That Is Most Profoundly Exhibited On The Subsequent Cut, "Can't You See." Caldwell's Easygoing Acoustic Fretwork Babbles Like A Brook Against Eubanks Lonesome Airy Flute Lines. The Remainder Of The Disc Expounds On Those Themes, Including The Uptempo Freewheelin' "Hillbilly Band." Unlike What The Title Suggests, The Track Is Actually More Akin To The Grateful Dead's "Eyes Of The World" Than Anything From The Traditional Country Or Bluegrass Genres. "Ramblin'" Is An R&B Rave-Up That Leans Toward A Memphis Style With Some Classy Brass Augmentations. The Effort Concludes On The Opposite Side Of The Spectrum With The Tranquil Gospel Rocker "My Jesus Told Me So," Offering Up Caldwell's Fluid Guitar Work With A Sound Comparable To That Of Dickey Betts. "AB's Song" Is An Acoustic Folk Number That Would Not Sound Out Of Place Being Delivered By John Prine Or Steve Goodman.” – Lindsay Planer, All Music Guide more
Together Forever
New - LP - CPN 0205
Sealed 1978 Gatefold Original, Cut Corner. more
Together Forever
New - LP - CPN 0205
Sealed 1978 Gatefold Original. more
Tuckerized
Used - LP - BSK 3684
1982 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Tuckerized
New - LP - BSK 3684
Sealed 1982 Original. No Promo Or Deletion Markings. more
Where We All Belong
New - LP - A 677
Sealed 2LP Gatefold Original Recorded In 1974. Pristine. more
Where We All Belong
Used - LP - 2C 0145
1974 Textured Gatefold 2LP Original. Half Studio, Half Live Tracks. Records Appear Glossy. Cover Is VG++ With Some Dots On The Front And Back, And Some Minor Rubbing On The Seams. more
Where We All Belong
Used - LP - 2C 0145
19742LP Original Housed In A Roughly Textured, Heavy-Duty Gatefold Cover. Mastered At Capitol Stamped In Dead Wax. Half Studio, Half Live Tracks. Records Appear Glossy. Southern Rock Royalty At The Top Of Its Game. more

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