Where a Country Boy Belongs

Like the Eagles, South Carolina's Marshall Tucker Band would probably be considered country if it debuted today. They've even had a few minor country chart entries with numbers like "Heard It in a Love Song" and "Driving You Out of My Mind," both included among the 32 tracks on this two-CD collection that documents the twangier turns the Tucker boys have taken over the last three decades. Nifty idea—it's just too bad the group's wobbly country originals don't measure up to well-chosen covers from the likes of Guy Clark and Hank Williams Jr.

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