The Very Best of The Doobie Brothers is a two disc greatest hits album by The Doobie Brothers released on March 13, 2007.
1. “Listen to the Music”
2. “Jesus Is Just Alright”
3. “Rockin’ Down the Highway”
4. “Long Train Runnin'”
5. “China Grove”
6. “South City Midnight Lady”
7. “Another Park, Another Sunday”
8. “Eyes of Silver”
10. “Black Water”
11. “Take Me in Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While)”
12. “Sweet Maxine”
13. “I Cheat the Hangman”
14. “Takin’ It to the Streets”
15. “Wheels of Fortune”
16. “It Keeps You Runnin'”
17. “Little Darling (I Need You)”
18. “Echoes of Love”
19. “What a Fool Believes”
20. “Minute by Minute”
21. “Dependin’ on You”
22. “Real Love”
23. “One Step Closer”
24. “Wynken, Blynken & Nod”
25. “Keep This Train A-Rollin'”
26. “Here to Love You”
27. “You Belong to Me”
28. “The Doctor”
29. “South of the Border”
30. “Need a Little Taste of Love”
32. “Rollin’ On”
33. “Ordinary Man”
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The Doobie Brothers are an American rock band from San Jose, California. The group has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide. They have been active for nearly five decades, with their greatest success in the 1970s. The group’s current lineup consists of founding members Tom Johnston (vocals, guitars) and Patrick Simmons (guitars, vocals), longtime member John McFee (guitars, fiddle, backing vocals), and touring musicians including Bill Payne (keyboards), John Cowan (bass, vocals), Marc Russo (saxophone), and Ed Toth (drums).
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 1975, and was replaced by Michael McDonald, whose interest in soul music changed the band’s sound until it broke up in 1982. The Doobie Brothers reformed in 1987 with Johnston back in the fold and are still active, with occasional contributions from McDonald. Every incarnation of the group has emphasized vocal harmonies. The Doobie Brothers were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004.
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