Cycles [Expanded]

Cycles [Expanded]

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by The Doobie Brothers
     
 

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The original lineup of the Doobie Brothers reunited in 1989, releasing Cycles. Thanks to a successful tour and single ("The Doctor"), the album went gold, but the music was just a rehashed version of the bluesy boogie of their early albums, only stiffer and less inspired. [Cycles was reissued in 2002 featuring two

Overview

The original lineup of the Doobie Brothers reunited in 1989, releasing Cycles. Thanks to a successful tour and single ("The Doctor"), the album went gold, but the music was just a rehashed version of the bluesy boogie of their early albums, only stiffer and less inspired. [Cycles was reissued in 2002 featuring two bonus tracks.]

Product Details

Release Date:
06/11/2002
Label:
One Way Records Inc
UPC:
0724353946722
catalogNumber:
39467

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Doobie Brothers   Primary Artist
Tom Johnston   Guitar,Vocals
Memphis Horns   Horn
Patrick Simmons   Guitar,Vocals
Philip Aaberg   Keyboards
Kim Bullard   Keyboards
Don Frank   Electronic Drums
Michael Hossack   Drums
Wayne Jackson   Horn
Bobby LaKind   Percussion,Vocals
Andrew Love   Horn
Dale Ockerman   Keyboards
Bill Payne   Keyboards
Tiran Porter   Bass Guitar,Vocals
Dave Tyson   Keyboards
John Hartman   Drums,Vocals

Technical Credits

Ernie Isley   Composer
Tom Johnston   Composer
Eddie Schwartz   Composer
Patrick Simmons   Composer
Chris Jasper   Composer
Marvin Isley   Composer
O'Kelly Isley   Composer
Ronald Isley   Composer
Rudolph Isley   Composer
Dennis Lambert   Composer
Charlie Midnight   Composer
Dale Ockerman   Composer
Brian Potter   Composer
Tommy Steele   Art Direction
Tom Keller   Cover Photo
Tom Nikosey   Logo Design
Stephen Thomas Erlewine   Liner Notes
Eddie Wilner   Reissue Producer

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Cycles 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When this album came out, it ended the suffering I went through while Michael McDonald used these guys as a backup band. Cycles is their return to the front as a rock and roll band. To me, it stands up as well as the older albums. I've had it on tape for years, but now it's time to get the CD.