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The Marshall Tucker Band: Long Hard Ride (Capricorn)

Richard Riegel, Creem, September 1976

IT COULD BE that the emerging stylistic identities of the various Southern rock bands derive as much from their differing geographic origins as from the diverse personalities involved. Ah, yes, Northern kids, the seeming monolith of the South is actually divided into at least thirteen States, and they're far from being identical in history or culture.

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