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The Doobie Brothers - The Doobie Brothers (1971) [Japan 2006]

2-08-2015, 21:43
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The Doobie Brothers - The Doobie Brothers (1971) [Japan 2006]

Artist: The Doobie Brothers
Title Of Album: The Doobie Brothers [Japan]
Year Of Release: 2006 (1971)
Label (Catalog#): Warner Music Japan [WPCR-12349]
Country: USA
Genre: Classic Rock, R&B
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+.log,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 36:16
Full Size: 305 MB

One of the most inauspicious debuts by a major rock group, this subdued slice of country boogie might be called the missing link between Moby Grape and the later, revved-up Doobies of "Listen to the Music." Only a handful of West Coast hippies bought this record originally, but it lays the blueprint for the Doobies' future radio-friendly sound: chugging rhythm guitar, stretched-out harmonies, Tom Johnston's joyful R&B vocals, and Patrick Simmons' acoustic picking. A muffled mixing job helped keep this album in the morgue, which is sad, because "Nobody" and "Greenwood Creek" rate with some of Johnston's best tunes, and they deserve issuance on a definitive Doobie Brothers compilation.


01. Nobody (3:46)
02. Slippery St. Paul (2:15)
03. Greenwood Creek (3:05)
04. It Won't Be Right (2:40)
05. Travelin' Man (4:28)
06. Feelin' Down Farther (4:20)
07. The Master (3:31)
08. Growin' a Little Each Day (3:22)
09. The Beehive State (2:44)
10. Closer Every Day (4:21)
11. Chicago (1:43)

Tom Johnston – guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals
Dave Shogren – bass, guitar, backing vocals
John Hartman – drums, percussion, backing vocals

The Doobie Brothers - The Doobie Brothers (1971) [Japan 2006]

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