The Marshall Tucker Band Greatest Hits

>The Marshall Tucker Band Brings Back Vinyl For Their Release Of Greatest Hits!

The Marshall Tucker Band has been around and rocking since the 70s, when their was no such things as CDs and digital retailers. Then, MTB along with every other musical act on the planet, depended on vinyl records to get their music in the fans hands. On November 22, in celebration of 40 years, the vinyl edition of The Marshall Tucker Band: Greatest Hits will be released!

“As we continue to tour, more and more fans are showing up in the autograph lines with their original Marshall Tucker vinyl records, even more so than CDs. There’s just something cool about vinyl. It’s very retro and I think most people out there will agree that in today’s day and age, retro is ‘in.’ This is an appropriate release for us, especially since we’re celebrating 40 years.” -Doug Gray, lead singer and founding member

The 17-track album, a Gatefold Double-LP 180 gram vinyl record, contains some of the MTB’s most notable hits including “Can’t You See“, “Heard It In A Love Song“, “Fire On The Mountain“, “24 Hours At A Time” and “Take The Highway“. Three of the 17 tracks are previously unreleased live concert recordings from an earlier overseas tour.

Since turntable record players are no longer a mainstream commodity, the new vinyl will include a digital download card!

The vinyl edition will be available for purchase later this month at all vinyl record stores, online at Amazon and

Greatest Hits Track Listing
1. Take The Highway
2. Blue Ridge Mountain Sky
3. In My Own Way
4. Fire On The Mountain
5. Heard It In A Love Song
6. Ramblin’
7. Searchin’ For A Rainbow
8. I Should Have Never Started Lovin’ You
9. 24 Hours At A Time
10. Long Hard Ride
11. Can’t You See
12. Too Stubborn
13. This Ol’ Cowboy
14. Desert Skies
15. Hillbilly Band (Live)
16. Every Day I Sing The Blues (Live)
17. Will The Circle Be Unbroken (Live)

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