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article imageThe Marshall Tucker Band to release 'Live From Englishtown' CD

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 26, 2014 in Music
Southern rock group, The Marshall Tucker Band, will be releasing live recordings from their historic show at Englishtown, New Jersey, from 1977.
That concert that reportedly drew more than 150,000 fans, and their forthcoming album Live from Englishtown will hit retailers on September 30. It will be released through their own, Ramblin' Records, and it will be distributed nationally through RED Distribution.
Lead singer and front-man Doug Gray remarked in a press statement, "The 1977 Englishtown concert was one of the largest shows in the history of The Marshall Tucker Band. This album was made from a copy of the original 37-year-old recording and although the audio quality is not perfect, we wanted to make it commercially available to our fans. Our best efforts were used to make this live concert sound as good as we possibly could with the source we had on-hand. This concert is a historic event, attended by tens of thousands of fans. These recordings will give fans and those who attended a chance to relive that special day by hearing the original MTB lineup in its prime."
The living southern rock legend added, "Looking back, this concert was just unbelievable. It was one of the most moving experiences in the history of The Marshall Tucker Band."
This concert lasted 70 minutes in duration, and it was recorded on September 3, 1977, and it features
some of the band's greatest hits such as "Heard It In a Love Song," "Fire On The Mountain," "24 Hours At A Time," as well as their signature anthem "Can't You See."
For more information on The Marshall Tucker Band and their latest project, visit their Facebook page.
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