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The Marshall Tucker Band: Way Out West: Live in San Francisco 1973

Read "Way Out West: Live in San Francisco 1973" reviewed by Doug Collette


Of all the band's on Phil Walden's Capricorn label during the heyday of Southern rock in the 1970s, The Marshall Tucker Band came closest to The Allman Brothers in its ability to write memorable material and improvise with a real sense of adventure. Way Out West: Live in San Francisco 1973, forcefully illustrates the band's virtues.

MTB distinguished itself even further from its forebears by its eclectic mix of influences. Blues was no more or less important than country music, ...


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