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In November 1974.

In November 1974, “Capricorn” label released “Where We All Belong”, the third  Marshall Tucker Band album. Part of the album is with studio recordings and part of the album is with live recordings. The live parts were recorded at “Uhlein Hall, Performing Arts Center” in Milwaukee, and the studio parts were recorded at “Capricorn Studios” in Macon, Georgia. The album was produced by Paul Hornsby.

Personnel:

  • Doug Gray– lead vocals, percussion
  • Toy Caldwell– electric, acoustic and steel guitar, lead vocals
  • Tommy Caldwell– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Billy Sanders – rhythm guitar, harmonica
  • George McCorkle– electric and acoustic guitars, banjo
  • Jerry Eubanks– flute, alto, baritone and tenor saxophone, backing vocals
  • Paul Riddle – drums
  • Charlie Daniels– fiddle
  • Elvin Bishop – slide guitar
  • Johnny Vernazza – slide guitar
  • Billy Sanders – harmonica, rhythm guitar
  • Paul Hornsby – piano, organ, clavinet
  • Earl Ford – trombone
  • Jerry Joseph – conga
  • Steve Madaio – trumpet
  • Sam McPhearson – harp
  • Stein – fiddle

Track listing:

All tracks by Toy Caldwell, except where noted.

Studio tracks:

  1. This Ol’ Cowboy
  2. Low Down Ways
  3. In My Own Way
  4. How Can I Slow Down
  5. Where a Country Boy Belongs
  6. Now She’s Gone – Toy Caldwell, Tommy Caldwell
  7. Try One More Time

Live Tracks:

  1. Ramblin
  2. 24 Hours at a Time
  3. Everyday (I Have the Blues) – Peter Chatman
  4. Take the Highway

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In October 1973.

In October 1973, “Capricorn” label released “Laid Back”, the debut Gregg Allman solo studio album. It was recorded in 1973, at “Record Plant” in New York City, and “Capricorn Sound Studios” in Macon, Georgia, and was produced by Johnny Sandlin and Gregg Allman.

Personnel:

  • Gregg Allman – vocals, organ, acoustic guitar
  • Bill Stewart – drums
  • Chuck Leavell– acoustic and electric pianos, vibes
  • Tommy Talton – acoustic, electric and slide guitars, dobro and tambourine
  • Scott Boyer – acoustic, electric and steel guitars, electric piano
  • David Brown – bass
  • Buzz Feiten– guitar
  • Charlie Hayward– bass
  • Paul Hornsby– organ, keyboards, clavinet
  • Jai Johanny Johanson– percussion, conga
  • Carl Hall, Linda November, Hilda Harris, Cissy Houston, Emily Houston, June McGruder, Helene Miles, Eileen Gilbert, Maretha Stewart, Albertine Robinson – background vocals
  • Jim Nalls – guitar
  • David “Fathead” Newman– saxophone
  • Johnny Sandlin – bass
  • Butch Trucks– percussion, cabasa
  • Ed Freeman – strings and horn arrangements, conductor
  • Max Cahn, Tony Posk – violin
  • Johnny Sandlin – arranger, engineer
  • Ovie Sparks, Buddy Thornton, Jim Reeves – engineer
  • George Marino– engineer, mastering
  • Abdul Mati Klarwein– album cover art

Track listing:

All tracks by Gregg Allman; except where noted.

  1. Midnight Rider – Gregg Allman, Robert Kim Payne
  2. Queen of Hearts
  3. Please Call Home
  4. Don’t Mess Up a Good Thing – Oliver Sain
  5. These Days – Jackson Browne
  6. Multi-Colored Lady
  7. All My Friends – Scott Boyer
  8. Will the Circle Be Unbroken – traditional; arranged by Gregg Allman and Johnny Sandlin

In August 1975.

In August 1975, “Capricorn” label released “Win, Lose or Draw”, the fifth Allman Brothers Band studio album. It was recorded February – July 1975, at “Capricorn Sound Studios” in Macon, and “The Record Plant” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Johnny Sandlin, Gregg Allman, Richard Betts, Jaimoe, Chuck Leavell, Butch Trucks and Lamar Williams. The cover art was by Twiggs Lyndon.

Personnel:

  • Gregg Allman— lead vocals, organ, clavinet and acoustic guitar
  • Richard Betts— lead guitar, slide guitar, lead vocals and acoustic guitar
  • Jaimoe— drums and percussion
  • Chuck Leavell— piano, electric piano, Moog synthesizer, clavinet and background vocals
  • Butch Trucks— drums, congas, percussion and timpani
  • Lamar Williams— electric bass
  • Johnny Sandlin — acoustic guitar, drums, percussion
  • Bill Stewart — drums
  • Engineered by Sam Whiteside
  • Assistant Engineer – Carolyn Harriss
  • Remixed by Johnny Sandlin, Sam Whiteside, Carolyn Harriss

Track listing:

  1. Can’t Lose What You Never Had – Muddy Waters
  2. Just Another Love Song- Dickey Betts
  3. Nevertheless – Gregg Allman
  4. Win, Lose or Draw – Gregg Allman
  5. Louisiana Lou and Three Card Monty John – Dickey Betts
  6. High Falls – Dickey Betts
  7. Sweet Mama – Billy Joe Shaver

In April 1973.

In April 1973, “Capricorn” label released the debut, self-titled Marshall Tucker Band album. It was recorded in 1973, at “Capricorn Studios” in Macon, Georgia, and was produced by Paul Hornsby.

Personnel:

  • Doug Gray- lead vocals, percussion
  • Toy Caldwell- lead guitar, steel guitar, lead vocals
  • Tommy Caldwell- bass guitar, percussion, background vocals
  • George McCorkle- rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar, percussion
  • Paul Riddle -drums
  • Jerry Eubanks- flute, alto saxophone, background vocals
  • Paul Hornsby- acoustic piano, electric piano, organ, Moog synthesizer
  • Recording engineers – Paul Hornsby, Buddy Thornton
  • Album design, illustration – James Flournoy Holmes
  • Photography – Hearon, J. Duckworth at Camera House

Track listing:

All tracks by Toy Caldwell.

  1. Take the Highway
  2. Can’t You See
  3. Losing You
  4. Hillbilly Band
  5. See You Later, I’m Gone
  6. Ramblin’
  7. My Jesus Told Me So
  8. AB’s Song
  9. Everyday (I Have the Blues)” (Live at Winterland Auditorium, San Francisco, CA, September 1973) – bonus track

In February 1974.

a-new-life

In February 1974, “Capricorn” label released “A New Life”, the second Marshall Tucker Band album.  It was recorded in 1973, at “Capricorn Studios” in Macon, Georgia, and was produced by Paul Hornsby.

Personnel:

  • Doug Gray- lead vocals, guitar, percussion
  • Toy Caldwell- guitar, steel guitar, slide guitar, lead vocals
  • Tommy Caldwell- bass guitar, background vocals
  • George McCorkle- guitar, banjo
  • Paul Riddle -drums
  • Jerry Eubanks -flute, saxophone, keyboards, background vocals
  • Paul Hornsby- keyboards
  • Charlie Daniels- fiddle
  • Jaimoe- conga, conductor
  • Earl Ford -horn
  • Oscar Jackson – horn
  • Todd Logan – horn
  • Harold Williams – horn
  • Recording engineers: Sam Whiteside, Paul Hornsby
  • Mastering engineer:George Marino
  • Art direction: Wondergraphics, David and Jimmy Holmes

Track listing:

All tracks by Toy Caldwell.

  1. A New Life
  2. Southern Woman
  3. Blue Ridge Mountain Sky
  4. Too Stubborn
  5. Another Cruel Love
  6. You Ain’t Foolin’ Me
  7. 24 Hours at a Time
  8. Fly Eagle Fly

On September 23, 1970.

idlewild_south

On September 23, 1970, “Atco” label released “Idlewild South”, the second Allman Brothers Band studio album. It was recorded February–July 1970, at “Capricorn Sound Studios” in Macon; “Criteria Studios” in Miami; “Regent Sound Studios” in
New York City, and was produced by Tom Dowd and Joel Dorn.

Personnel:

  • Gregg Allman– vocals, organ, piano
  • Duane Allman– slide guitar, lead guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Dickey Betts– lead guitar
  • Berry Oakley– bass guitar, vocals, harmony vocals
  • Jai Johanny Johanson– drums, congas, timbales, percussion
  • Butch Trucks– drums, timpani
  • Thom Doucette– harmonica, percussion
  • Tom Dowd– engineer
  • Frank Fenter – supervision
  • Bob Liftin – engineer
  • Chuck Kirkpatrick – engineer
  • Howie Albert – engineer
  • Jim Hawkins – engineer
  • Ron Albert – engineer
  • Jimm Roberts – artwork, photography
  • Suha Gur – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Gregg Allman, except where noted.

  1. Revival – Dickey Betts
  2. Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’
  3. Midnight Rider – Gregg Allman, Robert Payne
  4. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed – Dickey Betts
  5. Hoochie Coochie Man – Willie Dixon
  6. Please Come Home
  7. Leave My Blues at Home