Sunday, 24 June 2018

Eric Quincy Tate "Lake Spivey Festival, South of Atlanta, Ga" 1974 + "Drinking Man’s Friend" 1972 + “Thirty-Seven - 37Th Anniversary Reunion Live” 2007 US Southern Blues Rock


Eric Quincy Tate  "Lake Spivey Festival, South of Atlanta, Ga" 1974 +  "Drinking Man’s Friend" 1972 + “Thirty-Seven - 37Th Anniversary Reunion Live” 2007 US Southern Blues Rock 
full all three albums on vk
Eric Quincy Tate Group “Thirty-Seven - 37Th Anniversary Reunion Live” CD 2007 full spotify

https://open.spotify.com/album/4dm6c3y8gR1pjz5iogiKE9

watch  Dave Cantonwine of Eric Quincy Tate talks about Southern Rock, Paul Hornsby & ‘70s interview by Michael Limnios 

 http://blues.gr/profiles/blogs/dave-cantonwine-interview

official web site 

http://www.ericquincytate.com/Discography_0B8C.html



Eric Quincy Tate is a Southern Rock band that played regularly in Texas, got signed to Capricorn Records but wasn’t as successful as some others we know so well. 
Fortunately they left us some good recordings to prove their music is top quality, performed with extended jams and long guitar solos. 

Eric Quincy Tate was one of the greatest Southern Rock bands of all time, but they just never got the recognition they so richly deserved. The Texas based band was compared by many to fellow Capricorn Records artists The Allman Brothers Band, due mostly to their extreme talent and ability to take the music to another level in concert, playing extended jams and brilliantly executed rock songs.Two of the band’s founding members died during the past year or so, leaving behind a musical legacy of great importance to any who ever heard them live or on record, because onc you herd the band, you were hooked for life.(Many Thanks to Traink)…..~



Eric Quincy Tate  "Lake Spivey Festival, South of Atlanta, Ga" 1974

Donnie McCormick - Lead Vocals, Drums and everything else at one time 
David Cantonwine - Bass 
Joe Rogers - B3 organ 
Wayne “Bear” Sauls - Guitars, Lead Vocals on “Big Legged Mama” 
Tommy Carlise - Guitar, Slide 
Jerome Joseph - Congas

Tracklist

Instrumental 
I love the life I live / The Thrill is gone 9:15 
Can’t get home for your Party 4:29 
Big Legged Mama 3:55 
No rollin’ Boogie 5:59 
Brown Sugar / Things 14:48 
Past Blue Ribbon 6:54 
Chattahoochee Coochee Man 3:41 
The Letter



Eric Quincy Tate  "Drinking Man’s Friend" 1972

Credits 
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Tommy Carlisle 
Backing Vocals – Joe Rogers* (tracks: A2) 
Bass – David Cantonwine 
Drums, Lead Vocals – Donnie McCormick 
Keyboards, Blues Harp [Harp] – Joe Rogers* 
Percussion [Additional], Handclaps [Handclapping] – Johnny “Duck” Sandlin* 


Tracklist 
A1 Brown Sugar 4:51 
A2 Things (I Think I Think I’ll Find) 7:07 
A3 Whiskey Woman Blues 5:20 
B1 Another Sunshine Song 2:56 
B2 Water To Wine 1:58 
B3 Can’t Get Home For Your Party 3:16 
B4 Texas Sand 2:57 
B5 Suzie B. Dunn 4:50




Eric Quincy Tate Group “Thirty-Seven - 37Th Anniversary Reunion Live” CD 2007

Credits 
Backing Vocals – Matt Walkup, Stevie Hawkins 
Bass – David Cantonwine 
Drums – Donnie McCormick, Scott Callison Guitar – Tommy Carlisle, Wayne “Bear” Sauls 
Organ – Matt Walkup 
Percussion – Chris Uhler 
Percussion [Chicken Coop] – Donnie McCormick 
Piano – Matt Walkup 
Vocals – Donnie McCormick, Tommy Carlisle 
Vocals [Rap] – Josh “Blonju” McCormick* (tracks: 11)

Tracklist 
1 Brown Sugar 5:22 
2 Hit The Road Jack 5:55 
3 I’m Gonna Move 6:19 
4 Chattahoochie Coochie Man 3:06 
5 Things (I Think I Think I’ll Find) 11:34 
6 Hush Hush 8:36 
7 Cherry Pie 4:57 
8 Thrill Is Gone 5:26 
9 Hony Tonk Man 3:04 
10 No Rolling Boogie 5:18 
11 Born Under A Bad Sign 8:51 
12 The Bream Are Still Biting In Ferriday 5:07 
13 Try A Little Harder 4:06 
















watch…..
Eric Quincy Tate “Live At The Whippin’ Post” + “Eric Quincy Tate” 1975 Augusta Georgia US Private 1977 Southern Blues Rock 
https://johnkatsmc5.blogspot.gr/2016/12/eric-quincy-tate-live-at-whippin-post.html


watch
Eric Quincy Tate “Live Tate Tuscaloosa Alabama April 1973″ (bootleg) US Southern Blues Rock 

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