Together Forever (The Marshall Tucker Band Album)

Together Forever (The Marshall Tucker Band Album)

Together Forever was the Marshall Tucker Band's 7th studio album. It was produced by Stewart Levine, founder of CHISA records. This was the band's last album produced for Capricorn Records. The name of the album reflects the Platonic love of the members towards one another.

The band's follow-up album, their eighth, would be a compilation album entitled Greatest Hits

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Together Forever (The Marshall Tucker Band Album) - Personnel
... Toy Caldwell - Electric and acoustic guitars, steel guitar, lead vocal on "Asking Too Much of You", and shared lead vocal on "Singing Rhymes" Tommy Caldwell - Bass guitar and background vocals George McCorkle - Electric and acoustic guitars, banjo Jerry Eubanks - Flute, alto, baratone and tenor saxophone, background vocals Doug Gray - Lead vocals and percussion Paul Riddle - drums The Marshall Tucker Band Original members Doug Gray (vocals) Toy Caldwell (1973–1983) Jerry Eubanks (1973–1996) George McCorkle (1973–1983) Tommy Caldwell (1973–1980) Paul Riddle (1973–1983) Members Doug Gray (vocals) Pat Ellwood (bass) Rick Willis (guitar) B.B ... Borden (drums) Marcus James Henderson (keyboard, flute) Stuart Swanlund (guitar, steel guitar) Toy Caldwell (1973–1983) Jerry Eubanks (1973–1996) George McCorkle (1973–1983) Tommy Caldwell (1973–1980) Paul Riddle (1973–1983) Franklin Wilkie (1980–1984) Ronnie Godfrey (1982–1984) Rusty Milner (1984–2003) Tom Robb (1985–1987) Ace Allen (1985–1992) Tim Lawter (1987–) Don Cameron (1989–1992) Frank Toler (1992–1994) Mark Pettey (1992–1994) Ronald Radford (1993–1995) Paul Thompson (1994) Garry Guzzardo (1994–1996) David Muse (1996–2000) Chris Hicks (1996–) Clay Cook (2000–) Tony Heatherly Albums The Marshall Tucker Band (1973) A New Life (1974) Where We All Belong (1974) Searchin' for a Rainbow (1975) Long Hard Ride (1976) Carolina Dreams (1977) The Marshall Tucker Band's Greatest Hits (1978) Together Forever (1978) Running Like the Wind (1979) Tenth (1980) Dedicated (1981) Tuckerized (1982) Greatest Hits (1982) Just Us (1983) Greetings from South Carolina (1983) Still Holdin' On (1988) Southern Spirit (1990) Still Smokin' (1992) Walk Outside the Lines (1993) The Capricorn Years (1994) Country Tucker (1996) MT Blues (1997) Face Down in the Blues (1998) Gospel (1999) Stompin' Room Only (2003) Beyond the Horizon (2004) Live from the Garden State (2004) Anthology (2005) Carolina Christmas (2005) Live on Long Island (2006) The Next Adventure (2007) Carolina Dreams Tour '77 (2008) Love Songs (2009) Essential 3.0 (2009) ...

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