Live From Spartanburg South Carolina is a live album by The Marshall Tucker Band.
It was recorded September 19, 1995 at the South Carolina Music Hall of Fame Concert but it wasn’t released until 2013.
Tommy Caldwell, the group’s bassist died in 1980 and his brother, Toy their lead guitarist and main songwriter died in 1993.
The Marshall Tucker Band Live From Spartanburg South Carolina
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1. Heard It In A Love Song
2. This Ol’ Cowboy
3. Long Hard Ride
4. Desert Skies
5. Searchin’ For A Rainbow
6. Fire On The Mountain
7. 24 Hours At A Time
8. In My Own Way
10. Askin’ Too Much Of You
11. Can’t You See
The band received help from Charlie Daniels and other Southern musicians.
But is there a problem. Like Little Feat without Lowell George, some people are going to have a problem with the Marshall Tucker Band without Toy Caldwell. Fortunately there has been a steady increase in live recordings from his time with the band.
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