Where We All Belong

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Although it runs a little long, Where We All Belong captures the sound of The Marshall Tucker Band coming into its own. Half the tracks are new studio recordings, which are more focused than their previous releases; the other half is a harder-edged, jam-oriented live set. Taken together, they show that the band was progressing musically.
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Although it runs a little long, Where We All Belong captures the sound of The Marshall Tucker Band coming into its own. Half the tracks are new studio recordings, which are more focused than their previous releases; the other half is a harder-edged, jam-oriented live set. Taken together, they show that the band was progressing musically.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/25/1990
  • Label: K-Tel
  • UPC: 022775067729
  • Catalog Number: 677

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Marshall Tucker Band Primary Artist
Elvin Bishop Slide Guitar
Toy Caldwell Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Electric Guitar, Steel Guitar, Vocals
Tommy Caldwell Bass, Bass Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Charlie Daniels Fiddle
Jerry Eubanks Flute, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Background Vocals
Earl Ford Trombone
Doug Gray Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Paul Hornsby Organ, Piano, Clavinet
Jerry Joseph Conga
Steve Madaio Trumpet
George McCorkle Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar
Paul Riddle Drums
Andy Stein Fiddle
John Vernazza Slide Guitar
Johnny Vernazza Slide Guitar
Technical Credits
Ken Caillat Engineer
Peter Chatman Composer
Jack Crymes Engineer
Paul Hornsby Producer
George Marino Mastering
Ovie Sparks Engineer
Buddy Thornton Engineer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Glory of Southern Rock

    This one will take you back to 1973 when southern rock was rollin'. This was the featured set list when I saw MTB in the memorable venue A WAREHOUSE in New Orleans. ''Play that fiddle Big Boy,'' Toy Caldwell told Charlie Daniels. And did he ever. 'This Old Cowboy' and 'In My Own Way' are top shelf studio cuts, and the live cuts....well, just listen. If you are 40 something, you'll remember it too. If your in college today, ask your folks....and they will likely smile. Tasty mix of rock, country, and blues....yet another example of the power and influence of blues artists like Robert Johnson and B.B. King on succesive generations of musicians.

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