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  • Doobie Brothers - Listen To The Music • TopPop

    3:48

    The Doobie Brothers are an American rock band from San Jose, California. Active for five decades, with their greatest success in the 1970s, the group's current lineup consists of founding members Tom Johnston (guitars, vocals) and Patrick Simmons (guitars, vocals), veteran member Michael McDonald (keyboards, vocals), longtime member John McFee (guitars, pedal steel, violin, backing vocals), and touring musicians including John Cowan (bass, vocals), Bill Payne (keyboards), Marc Russo (saxophones), Ed Toth (drums), and Marc Quiñones (percussion).

    The band's history can be roughly divided into three eras. From 1970 to 1975 it featured lead vocalist Johnston and a mainstream rock and roll sound with elements of folk, country and R&B. Johnston quit the group in 1977, and was replaced by Michael McDonald, whose interest in soul music changed the band's sound until it broke up in 1982 with Simmons being the only constant member having appeared on all of their albums. In 1987, the Doobie Brothers reformed with Johnston back in the fold; McDonald, who had previously made several guest appearances since their reformation, returned to the band full-time in 2019 for their upcoming 50th anniversary tour. Every incarnation of the group has emphasized vocal harmonies. The Doobie Brothers were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004, and will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on May 2, 2020. The group has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide. Founding members John Hartman and Dave Shogren, Tiran Porter, Michael Hossack, Keith Knudsen and Jeff Skunk Baxter are former members of the band.

    In this video the line up is: Tom Johnston (guitar, vocals) , Patrick Simmons (guitar) , John Hartman (drums), Tiran Porter (bass), Keith Knudsen (drums) and Jeff ‘Skunk’ Baxter (guitar)

    The Doobie Brithers performed on the Warner Brothers Tour in Amsterdam (Jaap Edenhall) on 29 January 1975 and visited the Toppop studios to record this song.
    This Toppop recording wass first broadcast on 7 February 1975.

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    Broadcast date: 7 February 1975

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    The performance of the artist(s) in the clip was filmed and recorded with the written consent of the artist(s) and their representatives.

    AVROTROS is a Dutch radio and television broadcaster, founded in 2014 from a merger of AVRO and TROS. From January 1st, 2014 the name of the merged broadcaster was used in joint programmes. AVRO was founded in 1923 as the Netherlands first public broadcaster. TROS started broadcasting in 1964. Toppop was a weekly AVRO pop program that was aired between 1970 and 1988.

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    TopPop was the first regular dedicated pop music TV show in the Dutch language area. Dutch broadcaster AVRO aired the programme weekly, from 1970 to 1988. Presenter Ad Visser hosted the show for its first fifteen years.
    World famous music artists performed on TopPop: ABBA, 10CC, Bee Gees, The Jacksons with Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Earth & Fire, Queen, Golden Earring, Boney M, KC & The Sunshine Band, Chic, Donna Summer and many many more.

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  • Doobie Brothers ~ What A fool Believes Classic Rock R&B Pop

    3:48

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    What a Fool Believes is a song written by Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins. The best-known version was recorded by The Doobie Brothers (with McDonald singing lead vocals) for their 1978 album Minute by Minute. The single reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on April 14, 1979, remaining in that position for one week The song received Grammy Awards in 1980 for both Song of the Year and Record of the Year.

    What a Fool Believes was one of the few non-disco No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 during 1979. The song lyrics tell a story of a man who is reunited with an old love interest and attempts to rekindle a romantic relationship with her before discovering that one never really existed.

    Michael Jackson claimed to have contributed at least one backing track to the original Doobie Brothers recording, but was not credited for having done so

    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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  • The Doobie Brothers - Long Train Running

    3:43

  • The Doobie Brothers – Listen To The Music

    4:34

    The Doobie Brothers come together virtually to perform “Listen To The Music”
    Directed by Rob Arthur
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  • Jesus is Just Alright - Doobie Brothers

    4:56

    Performed by the Doobie Brothers in HD with stunning sound quality.

    This is a gospel song written by Arthur Reynolds and first recorded by Reynold's own group, The Art Reynolds Singers, on their 1966 album, Tellin' It Like It Is. The song's title makes use of the American slang term all-right, which during the 1960s was used to describe something that was considered cool or very good.

    The song was later recorded by The Doobie Brothers, who included it on their 1972 album, Toulouse Street, which - together with Listen to the Music - brought the band their breakthrough success.

    The Doobie Brothers' version of Jesus Is Just Alright was one of a number of religiously themed songs to reach the U.S. charts during 1972 and 1973, along with Morning Has Broken by Cat Stevens, Jubilation by Paul Anka, Speak to the Sky by Rick Springfield, Jesus Was a Capricorn by Kris Kristofferson, and I Knew Jesus (Before He Was a Star) by Glen Campbell. Lyrics follow:

    Jesus is just alright with me, Jesus is just alright, oh yeah
    Jesus is just alright with me, Jesus is just alright.

    I don't care what they may say, I don't care what they may do
    I don't care what they may say, Jesus is just alright, oh yeah
    Jesus is just alright.

    Jesus is just alright with me, Jesus is just alright, oh yeah
    Jesus is just alright with me, Jesus is just alright.

    I don't care what they may know, I don't care where they may go
    I don't care what they may know, Jesus is just alright, oh yeah.

    Jesus, He's my friend, Jesus, He's my friend
    He took me by the hand, led me far from this land
    Jesus, He's my friend.

    Jesus is just alright with me, Jesus is just alright, oh yeah
    Jesus is just alright with me, Jesus is just alright.

    I don't care what they may say, I don't care what they may do
    I don't care what they may say, Jesus is just alright, oh yeah.

  • The Doobie Brothers - Listen to the Music ~ 1080p HD

    6:10

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    Filmed in high definition on 25 July 2004 at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts in Virginia, Live At Wolf Trap captures The Doobie Brothers in fine form on a set that mixes classic hits with some rarely performed tracks from across their extensive catalogue. This would prove to be the last recorded footage of long time drummer Keith Knudsen performing with the Doobie Brothers prior to his sad death from cancer in February 2005.

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  • The Doobie Brothers - What A Fool Believes

    3:48

    You're watching the official music video for The Doobie Brothers - What A Fool Believes from the album 'Minute By Minute' (1979). What A Fool Believes reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on April 14, 1979 - one of only a handful of non-disco songs to hit #1 in 1979.

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  • The Doobie Brothers - Black Water

    5:45

    The Doobie Brothers come together virtually to perform 1974’s “Black Water”

    Directed by Rob Arthur

  • The Doobie Brothers - Long Train Running Official Music Video

    3:43

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  • Doobie Brothers - Long Train Running HD

    5:53

    Doobie Brothers - Long Train Running HD (Live)

  • What a Fool Believes

    3:40

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Records

    What a Fool Believes · The Doobie Brothers

    Best Of the Doobies Volume II

    ℗ 1978 Warner Records Inc.

    Saxophone: Andrew Love
    Trumpet: Ben Cauley
    Synthesizer: Bill Payne
    Congas, Vocals: Bobby La Kind
    Fiddle: Byron Berline
    Engineer: Donn Landee
    Banjo: Herb Pederson
    Guitar: Jeff Baxter
    Drums: John Hartman
    Drums, Vocals: Keith Knudsen
    Additional Engineer: Loyd Cohn
    Keyboards, Synthesizer: Michael Mcdonald
    Lead Vocals: Michael Mcdonald
    Harmonica: Norton Buffalo
    Guitar, Vocals: Pat Simmons
    Producer: Ted Templeman
    Bass, Vocals: Tiran Porter
    Writer: Kenny Loggins
    Writer: Michael McDonald

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  • The Doobie Brothers - Listen To The Music

    5:50

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    Recorded at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, California in 1982, this concert was the last date on Farewell Tour. It was an emotional night and would be the last gig for 5 years. The set contained all their best loved hits and they were joined by founder member Tom Johnston for the last two tracks, with former members John Hartman (also from the original line-up), Tiran Porter and Michael Hossack coming on stage for the celebratory finale of Listen To The Music. The band are in fantastic form and rise to the occasion magnificently, they can rarely have delivered a better performance throughout their distinguished career. An album called Farewell Tour was released by Warners in 1983 but this featured tracks recorded at several different concerts across the tour. This is the first time the audio of their actual final concert has been available.

    On CD format, four additional tracks from the concert have also been reinstated as bonus tracks. On the DVD format, the Bonus Features offer five tracks from the concert that were cut from the original 1982 film: Little Darling (I Need You), One Step Closer, Dependin' On You, Real Love and No Stoppin' Us Now plus interviews with the band members and manager.

    TRACKLISTING - DVD
    1) Listen To The Music 2) Sweet Maxine 3) Rockin' Down The Highway 4) You Belong To Me 5) Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me) 6) Long Train Runnin' 7) Black Water 8) Minute By Minute 9) Slat Key Soquel Rag 10) I Keep Forgettin' 11) Out On The Streets 12) What A Fool Believes 13) Jesus Is Just Alright 14) Takin' It To The Streets 15) China Grove 16) Listen To The Music

    TRACKLISTING - CD
    1) Listen To The Music 2) Sweet Maxine 3) Rockin' Down The Highway 4) You Belong To Me 5) Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me) 6) Long Train Runnin' 7) Black Water 8) Minute By Minute 9) Slat Key Soquel Rag 10) Out On The Streets 11) What A Fool Believes 12) Jesus Is Just Alright 13) Takin' It To The Streets 14) China Grove 15) Listen To The Music
    BONUS TRACKS: 16) Little Darling (I Need You) 17) One Step Closer 18) Dependin' On You 19) Real Love

    Live At The Greek Theatre 1982 is, simply, classic Doobie Brothers at the peak of their powers -with guest appearances by several former members. Not to be missed!

  • Listen to the Music

    3:48

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Records

    Listen to the Music · The Doobie Brothers

    Toulouse Street

    ℗ 1972 Warner Records Inc.

    Organ, Piano: Bill Payne
    Engineer: Donn Landee
    Musicians: Jerry Jumonville
    Musicians: Joe Lane Davis
    Drums, Percussion: John Hartman
    Musicians: Jon Robert Smith
    Masterer: Lee Herschberg
    Drums: Michael Hossack
    Guitar, Vocals: Pat Simmons
    Musicians: Sherman Marshall Cyr
    Producer: Ted Templeman
    Bass, Vocals: Tiran Porter
    Guitar, Vocals: Tom Johnston
    Writer: Tom Johnston

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Doobie Brothers - China Grove

    3:54

    Music video by The Doobie Brothers performing China Grove. (C) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment

  • The Doobie Brothers Listen to the Music ~With Lyrics~

    3:47

    Hi, people.

    The only video of this song so far.

    This song includes no Video-Clip because I'm new to the 'Song-posting,' but I have posted a nice picture of 'The Doobie Brothers instead.'

    Hope you like it.

    Because this Video does not includes a Video-Clip, you can use this Video for 'Background-Music.'

    Enjoy!

    ~ LYRICS ~

    Listen To The Music


    Tom Johnston

    Don't you feel it growin',
    Day by day
    People
    Gettin' ready for the news
    Some are happy,
    Some are sad
    Wo, we got to let the music play
    Wo, oh yeah
    What the people need
    Is a way to make 'em smile
    It ain't so hard to do if you know how
    Gotta get a message
    Get it on through
    Oh now mama's goin' to after awhile
    Wo, oh, oh, listen to the music
    Wo, oh, oh, listen to the music
    Wo, oh, oh, listen to the music
    All the time

    Well I know,
    You know better
    Everything I say
    Meet me in the country for a day
    We'll be happy
    And we'll dance
    Wo, we're gonna dance the blues away
    Wo, oh yeah
    And if I'm feelin' good to you
    And you're feelin' good to me
    There ain't nothin' we can't do or say
    Feelin' good,
    Feeling fine
    Wo, baby, let the music play

    Wo, oh, oh, listen to the music
    Wo, oh, oh, listen to the music
    Wo, oh, oh, listen to the music
    All the time

    Like a lazy flowing river
    Surrounding castles in the sky
    And the crowd is growing bigger
    List'nin' for the happy sounds
    And I got to let em fly

    Wo, oh, oh, listen to the music
    Wo, oh, oh, listen to the music
    Wo, oh, oh, listen to the music
    All the time
    Wo, oh, oh, listen to the music
    Wo, oh, oh, listen to the music
    Wo, oh, oh, listen to the music
    Wo, oh, oh, listen to the music
    All the time
    God, we gotta let the music play!

  • Midnight Special-Doobie Brothers Jesus Is Just Alright/Listen To The Music 1973

    9:01

    February 16th 1973... The Doobie Brothers stopped by The Midnight Special to perform a couple of their hits...

  • Doobie Brothers - What a fool believes HQ/HD

    5:28

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  • The Doobie Brothers - Take Me In Your Arms

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  • Doobie Brothers - Long Train Running

    4:40

    Something To Blow Your Socks Off!! 1973.. :p

  • Doobie Brothers | Jesus Is Just Alright

    4:39

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  • Takin It To The Streets - The Doobie Brothers

    3:36

    Takin' It To The Streets was the title track from the sixth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers, released in 1976. It was the first album to feature Michael McDonald on lead vocals, and the single peaked at #13 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. By late 1975, touring was beginning to take its toll on the band, especially leader Tom Johnston. Things became worse during touring in support of Stampede when he was diagnosed with stomach ulcers. His condition worsened and several shows had to be canceled. With Johnston forced to reduce his involvement with the band, the other members considered just calling it quits, but while in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, member Jeff Baxter suggested calling up friend and fellow Steely Dan graduate Michael McDonald, who at the time was between gigs and living in a garage apartment. McDonald was reluctant at first, feeling he was not what they wanted, but he agreed to join them and met them at the Le Pavillion Hotel in New Orleans where they moved on to a warehouse to rehearse for the next two days. Expecting to be finished once touring was completed, McDonald was surprised when the band invited him to the studio to work on their next album. The Doobie Brothers have sold over 30 million albums in the United States from the 1970s to the present, and were inducted into The Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004. This channel is dedicated to the classic rock hits that have become part of the history of our culture. The incredible AOR tracks that define music from the late 60s, the 70s and the early 80s . . . Classic Rock is here!

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  • China Grove

    3:16

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Records

    China Grove · The Doobie Brothers

    The Captain And Me

    ℗ 1973 Warner Records Inc.

    Organ, Piano: Bill Payne
    Engineer: Donn Landee
    Pedal Steel Guitar: Jeff Skunk Baxter
    Drums, Percussion, Vocals: John Hartman
    Masterer: Lee Herschberg
    Synthesizer: Malcolm Cecil
    Congas, Drums: Michael Hossack
    Guitar, Vocals: Pat Simmons
    Synthesizer: Robert Margouleff
    Producer: Ted Templeman
    Bass, Vocals: Tiran Porter
    Lead Guitar: Tom Johnston
    Harmonica, Vocals: Tom Johnston
    Writer: Tom Johnston

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Doobie Brothers: Where Are They Now?

    11:58

    find out what ever happen to the musical group, The Doobie Brothers.

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  • Listen to the Music feat. Tom Johnston | Playing For Change

    4:36

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    In music as in life, the things that make us different make us stronger. All the various instruments, tones, perspectives, and cultures in this recording combine to create a new version of this classic Song Around The World.

    The idea was born a few years ago during breakfast at the Byron Bay Bluesfest in Australia. Our friend and drummer, Peter Bunetta, introduced me to Tom Johnston of The Doobie Brothers and we talked about taking Listen to the Music around the world. We started the track with an acoustic guitar demo played to a click track and then added bass from Colombia, tablas and veena from India, and then headed to the Redwood Forest in Northern California to record and film Tom Johnston live outside. We then recorded and filmed Patrick Simmons and John McFee playing along to the track in a park in San Diego. The journey then continued throughout North and South America, Europe, The Middle East, Asia, and Africa. This final version features 30 musicians from 12 countries united through their love of music.

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  • The Doobie Brothers - Long Train Runnin

    6:27

    You’re watching The Doobie Brothers perform “Long Train Runnin',” from their LIVE FROM THE BEACON THEATER show in November 2018. The band returned to the Beacon Theater for the first time in 25 years to perform two of their landmark albums, ‘Toulouse Street’ and ‘The Captain And Me.’ Available on 2CD, 2CD/DVD, and Blu-ray, get your copy of LIVE FROM THE BEACON here:

  • Doobie Brothers- Give me the beat boys

    3:55

    Doobie brothers song give me the beat boys.

  • South City Midnight Lady

    5:34

    Music video by The Doobie Brothers performing South City Midnight Lady. (C) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment

  • The Doobie Brothers - Listen To The Music

    4:56

    You’re watching The Doobie Brothers perform “Listen To The Music,” from their LIVE FROM THE BEACON THEATER show in November 2018. The band returned to the Beacon Theater for the first time in 25 years to perform two of their landmark albums, ‘Toulouse Street’ and ‘The Captain And Me.’ Available on 2CD, 2CD/DVD, and Blu-ray, get your copy of LIVE FROM THE BEACON here:

  • The Doobie Brothers - China Groove

    2:54

    Die amerikanische Rockband The Doobie Brothers mit dem Titel China Groove live im Musikladen am 23.01.1974!

    Legendary American rock band The Doobie Brothers with their one and only live perfomance at the German Musikladen on January, 23rd 1974! Enjoy it!

  • Doobie Brothers - Listen To The Music

    4:16

    Doobie Brothers - Listen To The Music

  • The Doobie Brothers - Takin It To The Streets

    6:13

    The Doobie Brothers Live On Soundstage In Chicago. Michael McDonald Exhibiting His Over-The-Top Piano Closing Piece On Takin' It To The Streets. From The Livin' On The Fault Line Tour 1977.


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  • Michael McDonald with The Doobie Brothers - I Keep Forgettin Live 1982

    4:38

    The Doobie Brothers - Live at The Greek Theatre Dated 1982. That Was The Last Show Before The Band's Split.
    In Fact, it Was The End of an Era with McDonald.
    The Band Started A 2nd Round In 1987 and Still Around Today.

    I Keep Forgettin' -
    Michael Recorded The Song with His Sister Maureen For His If That's What It Takes LP, Released In August 1982.

  • The Doobie Brothers - Black Water

    4:27

    Music video by The Doobie Brothers performing Black Water. (C) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment

  • Daft Punk vs The Doobie Brothers - Get Lucky The Long Train Running

    3:54

    I only mix songs when I am inspired to do so.
    I hope you like it.

    DAFT PUNK vs THE DOOBIE BROTHERS Get lucky the long train running (official 2013).

    Get Lucky is a song by French house music duo Daft Punk, featuring Pharrell Williams and co-written with Nile Rodgers. It is the lead single from Daft Punk's fourth studio album Random Access Memories. Musically, Get Lucky is a disco song while lyrically, according to Pharrell Williams, the song is about the fortune of connecting with someone and not just about sexual chemistry. Get Lucky has since received acclaim from critics and was commercially successful, reaching the top ten in the music charts of over 32 countries. Get Lucky was completed over the course of approximately 18 months. Get Lucky was first publicly revealed via two 15-second television advertisements on Saturday Night Live.

    Long Train Runnin' (or Long Train Running) is a song written by musician Tom Johnston and recorded by The Doobie Brothers. It was included on the band's 1973 album The Captain and Me and released as a single, becoming a top-ten hit on the US Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 8. This song became very famous for its intro with the guitar. Nearly 20 years later, Long Train Runnin' became a hit in the UK twice. In 1991, the song was covered by English girl group Bananarama, and in 1993, the Doobie Brothers version was remixed and hit the top 10.

  • Listen To The Music - Aula de VIOLÃO POPULAR

    10:12

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  • Doobie Brothers - Long Train Runnin

    5:20

    Recorded at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, California in 1982, this concert was the last date on Farewell Tour. It was an emotional night and would be the last gig for 5 years. The set contained all their best loved hits and they were joined by founder member Tom Johnston for the last two tracks, with former members John Hartman (also from the original line-up), Tiran Porter and Michael Hossack coming on stage for the celebratory finale of Listen To The Music. The band are in fantastic form and rise to the occasion magnificently, they can rarely have delivered a better performance throughout their distinguished career. An album called Farewell Tour was released by Warners in 1983 but this featured tracks recorded at several different concerts across the tour. This is the first time the audio of their actual final concert has been available.

    On CD format, four additional tracks from the concert have also been reinstated as bonus tracks. On the DVD format, the Bonus Features offer five tracks from the concert that were cut from the original 1982 film: Little Darling (I Need You), One Step Closer, Dependin' On You, Real Love and No Stoppin' Us Now plus interviews with the band members and manager.

    TRACKLISTING - DVD
    1) Listen To The Music 2) Sweet Maxine 3) Rockin' Down The Highway 4) You Belong To Me 5) Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me) 6) Long Train Runnin' 7) Black Water 8) Minute By Minute 9) Slat Key Soquel Rag 10) I Keep Forgettin' 11) Out On The Streets 12) What A Fool Believes 13) Jesus Is Just Alright 14) Takin' It To The Streets 15) China Grove 16) Listen To The Music

    TRACKLISTING - CD
    1) Listen To The Music 2) Sweet Maxine 3) Rockin' Down The Highway 4) You Belong To Me 5) Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me) 6) Long Train Runnin' 7) Black Water 8) Minute By Minute 9) Slat Key Soquel Rag 10) Out On The Streets 11) What A Fool Believes 12) Jesus Is Just Alright 13) Takin' It To The Streets 14) China Grove 15) Listen To The Music
    BONUS TRACKS: 16) Little Darling (I Need You) 17) One Step Closer 18) Dependin' On You 19) Real Love

    Live At The Greek Theatre 1982 is, simply, classic Doobie Brothers at the peak of their powers -with guest appearances by several former members. Not to be missed!

    Songwriters: JOHNSTON, TOM
    Down around the corner half a mile from here
    see them long trains run and you watch them dissapear

    without love where would you be now
    without love

    though i saw miss lucy down along the track
    she lost her home and her family and she won t be coming back

    without love where would you be now
    without love

    well the Illinois Central and the Southern Central Freight
    you got to keep on pushing mamma you know they're running late

    without love where would you be now
    without love

    well the Illinois Central and the Southern Central Freight
    you got to keep on pushing mamma you know they're running late

    without love where would you be now
    without love

    when the pistons keep on turning andt he wheels go round and round
    and the steel rails are cold and hard and the moutains they go down

    without love where would you be now
    without love

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  • Doobie Brothers 2020 Rock Hall of Fame Inductee Greatest Hits Live

    9:15

    Rockin' Down The Highway, Jesus Is Just Alright (0:39), Takin' It To The Streets (1:19), Take Me In Your Arms (2:00), Black Water (2:48), Long Train Runnin' (3:59), China Grove (4:26), Without You (6:36), and Listen To The Music (7:17) are live HD performances of The Doobie Brothers greatest hits.

    The California classic rock group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on January 15, 2020. The induction ceremony will include co-founders Patrick Simmons and Tom Johnston, current members John McFee, Michael McDonald, and previous members Jeff Skunk Baxter, John Hartman, the late Michael Hossack, Tiran Porter and Keith Knudsen. The current lineup will likely perform on-stage at the ceremony while discussing plans to include former members. The band formed in San Jose, CA 50 years ago in 1970.

    The best of The Doobie Brothers snippets was recorded live at Wolf Trap National Park For The Performing arts on July 25, 2004. The concert's line-up is Michael Hossack - Drums; Tom Johnston - guitars/vocals, Keith Knudson - drums/vocals, John McFee, guitars/violin/vocals, Patrick Simmons - guitars/vocals, Guy Allison - keyboards/vocals, M.B. Gordy - percussion, Skylar - bass, Marvin McFadden - trumpet, and Mick Gillette - trombone.

    Current touring members are John Cowan – bass guitars/vocals, Marc Russo – saxophones, Ed Toth – drums, Bill Payne – keyboards, Marc Quiñones – percussion.

    March 12, 2020 announcement: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will indefinitely postpone its 2020 induction ceremony.

    The decision to cancel the May 2, 2020 event in Cleveland comes amid sweeping coronavirus concerns. Hall of Fame Inductees for this year include Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode, the Doobie Brothers, T-Rex, and Notorious B.I.G.

    CEO Greg Harris told Newsweek the decision to postpone wasn’t made lightly. He said with Coachella and Stagecoach being postponed and SXSW being cancelled, this move made the most sense.

    “It informed us that we were going to make a decision early enough so that everybody involved would know, and we could get the message out. And we’ve done so,” Harris said. “Now, we’re looking for the ideal date to reschedule it and have the inductions later this year.”

    For now, Harris says it’s much too early to pick a new date for the 2020 induction ceremony. The governor of Ohio and the mayor of Cleveland have both declared a state of emergency in response to the outbreak. Harris said it was a natural choice to favor the health of visitors and attendees.

  • The Doobie Brothers - Rockin Down The Highway

    3:21

    You’re watching The Doobie Brothers perform “Rockin' Down The Highway,” from their LIVE FROM THE BEACON THEATER show in November 2018. The band returned to the Beacon Theater for the first time in 25 years to perform two of their landmark albums, ‘Toulouse Street’ and ‘The Captain And Me.’ Available on 2CD, 2CD/DVD, and Blu-ray, get your copy of LIVE FROM THE BEACON here:

  • The Doobie Brothers - Without You

    6:32

    Music video by The Doobie Brothers performing Without You. (C) 1996 Sony Music Entertainment

  • The Doobie Brothers - Greatest Hits

    38:56

  • The Doobie Brothers What a Fool Believes 81 Live

    3:41

    Music video Live in California
    I like doobie brothes. Very nice!

    Member Cornelius Bumpus/Chet McCracken/Bobby laKind/Keith Knudsen
    John McFee/Willie Weeks/Michael McDonald/PetRick Simmons
    ザ・ドゥービーブラザーズ「ホワット・ア・フール・ビリーヴス」

  • What a Fool Believes: & China Grove medley from The Doobie Brothers

    9:44

    Michael McDonald singing lead on the first and Patrick Simmons on China Grove. It's been said by many others, but how the fuck can these guys NOT be in the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame?

    As singers, they kick the crap out of the Beach Boys and the Doobies also are first rate players.

  • How to Play Bass - Listen to the Music by The Doobie Brothers - Bass Guitar Cover

    3:57

    I made these videos more for myself as I don't play these songs all the time at every gig so I can refer to them as a 'how to lesson' to refresh my memory if needed.

    Someone suggested I post them online so others could see how it's played - or at least how I play it. Perhaps it will help others in learning this great song.

    I can't say that it's 100 % accurate but it seems close. I normally sing these songs at gigs so sometimes I might make a shortcut or two on bass.

    The bass is a 1992 G&L Fender SB2 4 string bass guitar purchased new from 'The Bass Player in Annandale from Mark Evans (formerly from Ac/Dc). I run it thru a Tech21 Sansamp DI box (

    I'm using Elixir Stainless Steel Strings in standard E-A-D-G tuning.

  • The Doobie Brothers - Neals Fandango

    3:23

    The Doobie Brothers info:
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  • Jesus Is Just Alright with Me

    4:35

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records

    Jesus Is Just Alright with Me (2007 Remaster) · The Doobie Brothers

    Best of the Doobies

    ℗ 2007 Warner Records Inc.

    Organ, Piano: Bill Payne
    Engineer: Donn Landee
    Musicians: Jerry Jumonville
    Musicians: Joe Lane Davis
    Drums, Percussion: John Hartman
    Musicians: Jon Robert Smith
    Masterer: Lee Herschberg
    Drums: Michael Hossack
    Guitar, Vocals: Pat Simmons
    Musicians: Sherman Marshall Cyr
    Producer: Ted Templeman
    Bass, Vocals: Tiran Porter
    Guitar, Vocals: Tom Johnston
    Writer: Arthur Reynolds

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Doobie Brothers - What A Fool Believes

    3:43

    Arguably the greatest keyboard synth line EVER written. My idol, Michael McDonald is the most soulful/funkiest white dood ever. the weapon of choice for this one: Fender jazz bass :P

  • Doobie Brothers Without Love

    3:38

  • 06.Without You~The Captain And Me(1973)-The Doobie Brothers

    5:02

    The Captain And Me(1973)-The Doobie Brothers
     
     1.NATURAL THING
     2.LONG TRAIN RUNNIN'
     3.CHINA GROVE
    4.DARK EYED CAJUN WOMAN
     5.CLEAR AS THE DRIVEN SNOW
    6.WITHOUT YOU
    7.SOUTH CITY MIDNIGHT LADY
     8.EVIL WOMAN
     9.BUSTED DOWN AROUND O'CONNELLY CORNERS
     10.UKIAH
    11.THE CAPTAIN AND ME

  • Chicago & The Doobie Brothers - FRONT ROW - Final Encore - New York Aug. 18, 2012

    8:14

    Chicago and The Doobie Brothers together on stage performing Listen To The Music and 25 Or 6 To 4 on August 18, 2012 and New York's Jones Beach. Recorded from the front row in HD.

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