The Marshall Tucker Band Dedicated

Dedicated
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CD Details

  • Released: May 17, 2005
  • Originally Released: 2005
  • Label: Shout Factory

Tracks:

  • 1.Rumors Are Raging
  • 2.Tonight's The Night (For Making Love)
  • 3.Love Some
  • 4.Silverado
  • 5.Something's Missing In My Life
  • 6.This Time I Believe
  • 7.Tell The Blues To Take Off The Night
  • 8.Special Someone
  • 9.The Time Has Come
  • 10.Ride In Peace

Product Description:

The Marshall Tucker Band: Doug Gray (vocals); Toy Caldwell (guitar, steel guitar, background vocals); George McCorkle (guitar); Jerry Eubanks (flute, saxophone, keyboards, background vocals); Franklin Wilkie (bass, background vocals); Paul T. Riddle (drums, percussion, background vocals).
Additional personnel: Charlie Daniels (fiddle); Norton Buffalo (harmonica).
Recorded at Sound Emporium, Nashville, Tennessee.
The Marshall Tucker Band: Doug Gray (vocals); George McCorkle, Toy Caldwell (guitar); Franklin Wilkie (baritone guitar, background vocals); Jerry Eubanks (flute, saxophone, keyboards, background vocals); Paul Riddle (drums).
Additional personnel: Charlie Daniels (fiddle); Norton Buffalo (harmonica).
After the loss of his brother/bandmate Tommy Caldwell in a serious car accident and the loss of another brother shortly thereafter, guitarist Toy Caldwell and the surviving members of the Marshall Tucker Band found it in themselves to record another record in 1981. Under the production of Tom Dowd, Dedicated is a sleek, well-polished album not unlike their previous few endeavors. The group borders the fine line between radio-friendly rock and the Southern rock sound that was so popular at the time, with songs like "Rumors Are Raging" tempering out slower, more pop-friendly songs like "Tonight's the Night" and "Love Some." Contributions from Charlie Daniels on fiddle help to give the group a lean towards the traditional country of their earlier records, but Dowd keeps the production slick and tight enough for it not to stray too much outside rock territory. The album's crown jewel unquestionably lies in its final track "Ride in Peace"; a touching farewell written and recorded in one take that stands with some of the best songs the group has ever recorded. ~ Rob Theakston

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  • UPC: 639857823120
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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