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Old 2011-11-18, 21:54   #1
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Default Doobies remastered, finally




The Doobie Brothers, one of the most commercially-successful bands of the 1970s, finally see their eight first albums reissued and remastered with bonus tracks for the first time through Edsel Records under licence from Rhino Records.

Albums "Doobie Brothers", "Toulouse Street", "Captain & Me", "What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits", "Stampede", "Takin' To The Streets", "Livin' On The Fault Line" and "Minute By Minute" are freshly remastered and accompanied by a 24 page booklet which features new liner notes, photos, song lyrics, ...

Gathered in the form of four double cd's (each sold for the price of less than one !!), these albums are essential classic rock and will please every R'B, rock, country and folk music fans.

If you're not convinced, see reviews on Amazon.co.uk ...
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I know only "Long Train Runnin", may be have to listen some more
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I know only "Long Train Runnin", may be have to listen some more

P.S. the first thing I stucked in you tube from them was this:



I had to laugh how the band sounds and how many people play in it

Back then in the 70' you needed two drummers for double bass

But this is nice


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Old 2011-11-19, 11:10   #4
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They may look stupid at first sight, but this was it was like back in the 70's. And yes, double drummers was something typical at that time, you also find that with the Allman Brothers Band. Two complementary drummers to fill all the gaps in the rhythm section.
You have to listen more of the Doobies, they later joined forces with cult horn section Tower Of Power. And not to forget the vocals, something we kinda lost at the present time.
A live album out on Eagle Records called : Live at Wolf Trap is a great example of the Doobies on stage.


Another live is just out on Eagle also : Live at Greek Theatre 1982.

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