The Doobie Brothers - Discography (1971-2014) [FLAC]

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As one of the most sought-after California pop/rock bands of the '70s, the Doobie Brothers evolved from a happy, stick-beatnik boogie stripe to a glassy, energy-inflected pop stripe by the end of the decade. Along the way, the company racked up a sequence of gold and platinum albums in the U.S., along with a calculate of portable radio hits like «Listen to the Music,» «Black Heavy Water,» and «China Grove.»

Toulouse Street
The roots of the Doobie Brothers lie in Pud, a blunt-lived California hinterlands-bankrupt stripe in the mode of Moby Grape featuring guitarist/vocalist Tom Johnston and drummer John Hartman. After Pud collapsed in 1969, the mate began jamming with bassist Dave Shogren and guitarist Patrick Simmons. Ultimately, the quartet solid to shape a company, naming themselves the Doobie Brothers after a slang semester for marijuana. Soon, the Doobies earned a forceful following throughout Southern California, especially among Hell«s Angels, and they were signed to Warner Bros. in 1970. The band»s eponymous appear was ignored upon its 1971 unloosing. Following its unloosing, Shogren was replaced by Tiran Tiler and the company added a second drummer, Michael Hossack, for 1972«s Toulouse Lane. Driven by the singles «Listen to the Music» and «Jesus Is Just Alright,» Toulouse Lane became the group»s breakthrough. The Captain and Me (1973) was even more loaded, spawning the Top Ten hits «Long School Runnin'» and «China Grove.»

What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits
Keith Knudsen replaced Hossack as the group«s second drummer for 1974»s What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits, which launched their first calculate one put, «Black Heavy Water,» and featured uninteresting contributions from former Indurate Dan colleague Jeff «Skunk» Baxter. Baxter officially joined the Doobie Brothers for 1975«s Flight. Last to the album»s come up unloosing, Johnston was hospitalized with a longing disability and was replaced for the supporting trek by keyboardist/vocalist Michael McDonald, who had also worked with Indurate Dan. Although it peaked at calculate four, Flight wasn«t as commercially loaded as its three predecessors, and the company solid to let McDonald and Baxter, who were now lawful Doobies, refit the band»s bearable hinterlands-bankrupt and boogie.

Takin' It to the Streets
The new valid was showcased on 1976«s Takin» It to the Streets, a whip-round of bearable funk and jazzy pop that resulted in a platinum album. Later that year, the company released the hits compilation The Best of the Doobies. In 1977, they released Livin« on the Frailty Ancestry, which was loaded without producing any big hits. Johnston pink the stripe after the album»s unloosing to shadow an unfortunate on one«s own business. Following his departure, the Doobies released their most loaded album, Blink by Blink (1978), which used up five weeks at calculate one on the pertinacity of the calculate one put «What a Trick Believes.» Hartman and Baxter pink the company after the album»s supporting trek, leaving the Doobie Brothers as McDonald's approval stripe.

One Discordant With Closer
Following a year of auditions, the Doobies hired ex-Clover guitarist John McFee, semester drummer Chet McCracken, and former Moby Grape saxophonist Cornelius Bumpus, and released One Discordant With Closer (1980), a platinum album that produced the Top Ten hit «Real Love.» During the trek for One Discordant With Closer, McCracken was replaced by Andy Newmark. At The Crack in 1982, the Doobie Brothers announced they were breaking up after a leave-taking trek, which was documented on the 1983 persist album Leave-Taking Trek. After the band«s split, McDonald pursued a loaded on one»s own business, while Simmons released one unfortunate on one's own track record. In 1987, the Doobies reunited for a concert at the Hollywood Basin, which with dispatch became a brief reunion tour; McDonald declined to participate in the trek.

By 1989, the at the crack-«70s lineup of Johnston, Simmons, Hartman, Tiler, and Hossack, augmented by percussionist and former Doobies roadie Bobby LaKind, had signed a draw together with Capitol Records. Their reunion album, Cycles, went gold upon its summer unloosing in 1989, spawning the Top Ten hit «The Doctor.» Association followed two years later, but it failed to contrive much concerned. For the balance of the »90s, the company toured the U.S., playing the oldies circumference and «70s returning concerts. By 1995, McDonald had joined the company again, and the following year saw the unloosing of Rockin» Down the Highway. But the lineup had once again shifted by the show a clean pair of heels of the new millennium. In 2000, the stripe -- Hossack, Johnston, Knudsen, McFee, and Simmons -- issued Sibling Dissension, which featured touring members Guy Allison on keyboards, Marc Russo on saxophone, and Skylark on bass. The past due-'70s incarnation of the stripe -- Simmons, Johnston, McFee, and Hossack (with Michael McDonald guesting on one dog) -- reunited once again to put out Fraternity Gone Bananas in 2010. The stripe-assisted documentary Let the Music Put Cooperate: The Dispatch of the Doobie Brothers followed in 2012, the same year Hossack died of cancer.

In at the crack 2014, the Doobie Brothers -- this period featuring McDonald, Johnston, Simmons, and McFee -- announced they were returning to the studio to track record an album filled with hinterlands versions of their greatest hits, featuring such Nashville stars as Toby Keith, Brad Paisley, Zac Brown, Sara Evans, and Chris Na. Called Southbound, the album appeared in November.
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