The Marshall Tucker Band – Carolina Dreams

Stetson hats, denim, and cowboy boots Yes, by 1977, the year when this album made its appearance, Southern-Rock had certainly come a long way. Named in honour of South Carolina, the state from which The Marshall Tucker Band originated, Carolina Dreams was their sixth record and most commercially successful. According to lead singer Doug Gray,… Read More The Marshall Tucker Band – Carolina Dreams

The Marshall Tucker Band – Together Forever

Confident and impressive follow-up to Platinum selling Carolina Dreams How often do married couples declare their eternal love, only to divorce just a couple of years later under a cloud of bitter acrimony? Therefore a title such as Together Forever was always going to be a pretty bold statement, but one which certainly rang true… Read More The Marshall Tucker Band – Together Forever

The Marshall Tucker Band

Laurel Canyon Utopia makes way for a new form of rustic expression As the hippie movement began to dribble into a puddle of lysergic disillusionment, psychedelic-rock found itself gradually being usurped by music that was more country oriented. The Byrds and The Flying Burrito Brothers were at the forefront of this shift, blending elements of… Read More The Marshall Tucker Band