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All Music Guide - Michael B. Smith
In April 1999, Marshall Tucker bandleader Doug Gray's mother was killed in a two-car automobile accident just weeks before the release of the spiritual album Gospel. Part of the sad irony is that one of the many great songs on Gospel is "Momma Don't Cry Anymore," a song co-written by Gray as a tribute to his father, who passed away a few years ago. Throughout the 12-song set, Gray performs some of his finest from-the-heart vocals to date. Every song on Gospel is a treat, especially to someone who was raised in the Southern Baptist church, and grew up listening to and playing old gospel songs himself. It is obvious even on the first listen that there is a higher power ...
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All Music Guide - Michael B. Smith
In April 1999, Marshall Tucker bandleader Doug Gray's mother was killed in a two-car automobile accident just weeks before the release of the spiritual album Gospel. Part of the sad irony is that one of the many great songs on Gospel is "Momma Don't Cry Anymore," a song co-written by Gray as a tribute to his father, who passed away a few years ago. Throughout the 12-song set, Gray performs some of his finest from-the-heart vocals to date. Every song on Gospel is a treat, especially to someone who was raised in the Southern Baptist church, and grew up listening to and playing old gospel songs himself. It is obvious even on the first listen that there is a higher power at work, helping the music flow. Gray, Tim Lawter and Rusty Milner are to be commended for their finest production efforts yet, bringing a major studio sound to CD from their small, self-owned home studio in Spartanburg. The addition of Ronald Radford's steel guitar, plus some amazing work from Milner, Lawter and Steve Poole who plays both piano and organ, and the absolute brilliance of Dave Muse on sax and flute, helps give this entire album the feeling of vintage Marshall Tucker Band. Gray sings "Eye Is on the Sparrow" with his daughter Gabrielle; also included is "Will the Circle Be Unbroken," a regular feature of their '70s shows. Tim Lawter closes out the set by singing "Beauty of Life," a tune written by Milner. The song holds the perfect message to close out this recording: "It's not too late to say I'm sorry, It's not too late to say I want to change." In 1991, the group recorded an excellent album called Southern Spirit; with Gospel, they have tapped into the real Southern spirit.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/13/2001
  • Label: Beyond Records
  • UPC: 639857823922
  • Catalog Number: 578239

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Marshall Tucker Band Primary Artist, Primary Artist
Barry "B.B. Queen" Borden Drums
Doug Gray Vocals
David Muse Flute, Keyboards, Saxophone
Jeff Rogers Drums
Mike Rogers Background Vocals
Tim Lawter Bass Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Rusty Milner Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Electric Guitar
Ronald Radford Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Steel Guitar
Stuart Swanlund Slide Guitar
Paul Thompson Background Vocals
Regina Grant Background Vocals
Gabrielle Gray Background Vocals
Gary Guzzardo Drums
Sandra Hawkins Background Vocals
Karen Meeks Background Vocals
Marina Meeks Background Vocals
Steve Poole Organ, Keyboards
Jackie Potter Drums
Lee Sinclair Drums, Tambourine
Technical Credits
Doug Gray Arranger, Producer
Tim Lawter Arranger, Producer, Engineer
Rusty Milner Arranger, Producer, Engineer
Ron Rainey Executive Producer
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