Tag: Doobie Brothers

Monday 6/21/21 2pm ET: Sounds of The 70’s (Actual start 1:30)

The best music from 1970 – 1979 featuring tunes from: Billy Paul, Bonnie Pointer, Outlaws, Paper Lace, Diana Ross, Andy Gibb, Don McLean, Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton and more . . .

Monday 6/14/21 2pm ET: Sounds of The 70’s

The best music from 1970 – 1979 featuring tunes from: Raspberries, Elton John, Cheap Trick, Dave Mason, Van Halen, Billy Joel, Jackson 5, Jefferson Airplane, Kinks, Joe Hinton and more . . .

Thursday 5/20/21 2pm ET: Sounds of 2000

Featuring music from 2000 – 2009. This week music from John Mellencamp, Ben’s Brother, Elton John, Shania Twain, AC/DC, Goo Goo Dolls, Martina McBride, Doobie Brothers, Poison, Jack Ingram, and more . . .

Monday 4/5/21 12am ET: Feature LP: Doobie Brothers – Toulouse Street (1972)

Toulouse Street is the second studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers. The album was released on July 1, 1972, by Warner Bros. Records. It was their first album with new bassist Tiran Porter and second drummer Michael Hossack to augment existing drummer John Hartman, so it meant that they now had their trademark twin-drummer sound. Toulouse Street is the name of a street in the French Quarter of New Orleans. The cover and inside centerfold photos were taken at a former brothel on Toulouse Street.

  1. “Listen to the Music” 4:44
  2. “Rockin’ Down the Highway” 3:18
  3. “Mamaloi” 2:28
  4. “Toulouse Street” 3:20
  5. “Cotton Mouth” 3:44
  6. “Don’t Start Me to Talkin'” 2:41
  7. “Jesus Is Just Alright” 4:33
  8. “White Sun” 2:28
  9. “Disciple” 6:42
  10. “Snake Man” 1:35

Tom Johnston – lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitars
Patrick Simmons – lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, banjo on “Listen to the Music”[8]
Tiran Porter – backing vocals, bass
John (Little John) Hartman – drums, percussion
Michael Hossack – drums
Bill Payne – piano on “Rockin’ Down the Highway” and “Don’t Start Me to Talkin'”, organ on “Cotton Mouth” and “Jesus Is Just Alright”
Dave Shogren – bass and acoustic guitar on “Toulouse Street”, backing vocals on “White Sun”
Jerry Jumonville – tenor saxophone on “Cotton Mouth” and “Don’t Start Me to Talkin'”
Jon Robert Smith – tenor saxophone on “Cotton Mouth” and “Don’t Start Me to Talkin'”
Joe Lane Davis – baritone saxophone on “Cotton Mouth” and “Don’t Start Me to Talkin'”
Sherman Marshall Cyr – trumpet on “Cotton Mouth” and “Don’t Start Me to Talkin'”
Ted Templeman – additional percussion
uncredited – flute on “Toulouse Street”

Wednesday 11/25/2020 2pm ET: Feature LP:

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” (Single Version) 3:26
2. “Jesus Is Just Alright” (Single Version) 3:51
3. “Rockin’ Down the Highway” 3:21
4. “Long Train Runnin'” 3:28
5. “China Grove” 3:15
6. “South City Midnight Lady” 5:29
7. “Another Park, Another Sunday” s 4:27
8. “Eyes of Silver” 2:59
9. “Nobody” (Single Version) 3:29
10. “Black Water” 4:15
11. “Take Me in Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While)” 3:39
12. “Sweet Maxine” (Single Version) 3:44
13. “I Cheat the Hangman” 6:35
14. “Takin’ It to the Streets” 3:50
15. “Wheels of Fortune” (Single Version) 3:50
16. “It Keeps You Runnin'” 4:16
17. “Little Darling (I Need You)” 3:25
18. “Echoes of Love” 2:59
19. “What a Fool Believes” 3:42
20. “Minute by Minute” 3:26
21. “Dependin’ on You” (Single Version) 3:15
22. “Real Love” 4:18
23. “One Step Closer” 4:11
24. “Wynken, Blynken & Nod” 3:20
25. “Keep This Train A-Rollin'” 3:28
26. “Here to Love You” (Single Version) 3:26
27. “You Belong to Me” (Live; Early Fade-Out) 3:04
28. “The Doctor” 3:46
29. “South of the Border” 4:20
30. “Need a Little Taste of Love” 4:03
31. “Dangerous” 5:03
32. “Rollin’ On” 4:14
33. “Ordinary Man” 3:59

Wednesday 8/26/2020 10pm ET: Across The Tracks with Ron Kovacs

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This week on Across The Tracks its all about Songs with Train(s) in the title.  It’s Live 9pm ET on RadioMaxMusic.  We have music from the Doobie Brothers, Sheena Easton, Rosanne Cash, Van Zant, Cindy Bullens, Cat Stevens, Gladys Knight and The Pips, Jimi Hendrix and more. . . 

Tuesday 8/18/2020 4pm ET: Feature Artist – Doobie Brothers

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.

Thursday 8/6/2020 12am ET: Feature LP: Doobie Brothers – Minute by Minute (1979)

Minute by Minute is the eighth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers, released on December 1, 1978 by Warner Bros. Records. It was their first without Tom Johnston as a full-fledged member of the band, and would be the last to include members Jeff “Skunk” Baxter and John Hartman.

The album spent 87 weeks on the Billboard 200 chart. In the spring of 1979 Minute by Minute was the best-selling album in the U.S. for five non-consecutive weeks. It was certified 3× Platinum by the RIAA.

The song “What a Fool Believes” hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in April 1979 and became the band’s biggest hit. The title track and “Depending on You” were also released as singles and reached the top 30.

Minute by Minute made The Doobie Brothers one of the big winners at the 22nd Grammy Awards. The album got the trophy for Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group and received a nomination for Album of the Year; the single “What a Fool Believes” earned them three Grammys, including Song and Record of the Year.

1. “Here to Love You” 3:58
2. “What a Fool Believes” 3:41
3. “Minute by Minute” 3:26
4. “Dependin’ on You” 3:44
5. “Don’t Stop to Watch the Wheels” 3:26
6. “Open Your Eyes” 3:18
7. “Sweet Feelin'” 2:41
8. “Steamer Lane Breakdown” 3:24
9. “You Never Change” 3:26
10. “How Do the Fools Survive?” 5:12

Thursday 12am ET: Feature LP: Doobie Brothers – The Very Best of The Doobie Brothers (2007)

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”
9. “Nobody”
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”
31. “Dangerous”
32. “Rollin’ On”
33. “Ordinary Man”

Wednesday 6pm ET: Sounds of The 70s

This week on the Sounds of The 70s we feature music from:  Pablo Cruise, Bob Dylan, Cheap Trick, John Mellencamp, Elton John, Doobie Brothers, Village People, America, Hillside Singers and more . . . 

Wednesday 6pm ET: Sounds of The 70s

This week on the sounds of the seventies we feature music from:  Gordon Lightfoot, Abba, Jackson Browne, Elton John, Tin Tin, Bay City Rollers, Stampeders, Bill Withers, George Harrison, Doobie Brothers and more . . .