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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Apart from the four-disc Rhino box and an import collection, there was no comprehensive Doobie Brothers collection spanning the Tom Johnston and Michael McDonald eras alike until Rhino's 2001 collection, Greatest Hits. This, needless to say, is a welcome development, since it does have all the big songs, from "Listen to the Music" and "China Grove" through "Takin' It to the Streets" and "What a Fool Believes" to their reunion single, "The Doctor," providing an excellent introduction-cum-summary of one of the most popular singles-oriented pop
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Apart from the four-disc Rhino box and an import collection, there was no comprehensive Doobie Brothers collection spanning the Tom Johnston and Michael McDonald eras alike until Rhino's 2001 collection, Greatest Hits. This, needless to say, is a welcome development, since it does have all the big songs, from "Listen to the Music" and "China Grove" through "Takin' It to the Streets" and "What a Fool Believes" to their reunion single, "The Doctor," providing an excellent introduction-cum-summary of one of the most popular singles-oriented pop
ock bands of the '70s.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/4/2001
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227438623
  • Catalog Number: 74386

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Doobie Brothers Primary Artist
Arlo Guthrie Autoharp
Michael McDonald Synthesizer, Keyboards, Vocals
Victor Feldman Percussion, Marimbas
Chet McCracken Drums, Marimbas, Vibes
Norton Buffalo Harmonica
Cornelius Bumpus Organ, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Vocals
Nicolette Larson Vocals
Patrick Simmons Synthesizer, Banjo, Flute, Guitar, Vocals
Jeff Baxter Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar
Kim Bullard Keyboards
Jesse Butler Organ
Rosemary Butler Vocals
Ben Cauley Trumpet
Lewis Collins Tenor Saxophone
Venetta Fields Vocals
Don Frank Electronic Drums
Jack Hale Trombone
Rev. Patrick Henderson Keyboards
Michael Hossack Conga, Drums, Timbales
Wayne Jackson Trumpet
Keith Knudsen Percussion, Drums, Vocals
Bobby LaKind Percussion, Bongos, Conga, Vocals
Andrew Love Tenor Saxophone
John McFee Guitar, Vocals
Dale Ockerman Keyboards
Bill Payne Organ, Piano, Keyboards
Tiran Porter Bass, Vocals
Vicki Randall Vocals
Dave Shogren Bass, Vocals
Jessica Smith Vocals
Ted Templeman Maracas, Tambourine, cowbell
Dave Tyson Keyboards
Novi Novog Viola
Richard Bryant Vocals
John Hartman Percussion, Drums
Sherlie Matthews Vocals
Technical Credits
The Doobie Brothers Producer
Michael McDonald Composer
Carly Simon Composer
Tom Johnston Composer
Eddie Schwartz Composer
Nick DeCaro String Arrangements
Lamont Dozier Composer
Jimmie Haskell String Arrangements
Paul Higgins Cover Art
Eddie Holland Composer
Brian Holland Composer
Bill Inglot Remastering, Audio Production
David McLees Producer
Charlie Midnight Composer
Rodney Mills Producer
David Paich Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements
Gary Peterson Producer
Paul Riser Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements
Ted Templeman Producer
Lenny Waronker Producer
Barry Alfonso Liner Notes
Andrew Garver Remastering
Steve Woolard Discographical Annotation
Shawn Amos Liner Note Coordination
Daniel Goldmark Editorial Research
Arthur Reynolds Composer
A. Reynolds Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Better with Michael

    Michael McDonald is a fantastic singer, and his voice makes the Doobies sound even better. I loved the old stuff, too, like "Listen to the Music" and "Long Train Runnin'", but "You Belong to Me" and "Real Love" absolutely puts me away. The man's voice is SEXY for sure.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Why?

    The Doobies produced a lot of good music, but yet another greatest hits? You might listen to the music but it's obviously all about the money.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Doobies are SMOKIN'!!!

    OK, you probably own some of the songs. But if you would like the best ''best of'' collection to date of the Doobie Bros. thru-out the entire history of the band (with the exception of Sibling Rivalry just out) get THIS one. On recording, give a listen--it's great and without the erstwhile obligatory ''remastered'' or some other sonic appelation, they just did a GOOD job on the sound. Remember the youngest recording here (Dangerous) is '91 and the only other ''new'' one is 89's The Doctor. Everyone will have some misgiving, a song or 2 that needs to be here, (mine is the remake of Little Darlin' from Faultline), but it's 75 minutes of pure acoustic/electric/rock/jazz with the patented high-harmony vocals missing in action elsewhere ( say on the latest CSNY reunion Looking Forward. And Pluheeze don't biopsy Mike McDonald out of the band. He singularly kept it alive (and sang lead on Tom Johnson songs in shows). Without Mike, this album would only have maybe 10 cuts. In short this is one collection that is hard to turn off after a few tunes, you will be singin' along, and playing that air-guitar, and drive with just a little more pep on the peddle!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Roll me another one...

    This is similar to one released several years ago except with a few 'mo betta' tracks. Yea, this sounds great going up the coast with the sun roof open!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Where's the Park and drop Mcdonald

    Just waiting for a greatest hits album that includes 'Another Park, Another Sunday' and one without Michael Mcdonald, in my view, he's ruined the Rockin' Doobies, mellowed them out. Drop the Mcdonalds' tunes!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Another ''Another Park, Another Sunday'' Fanatic

    ''Another Park, Another Sunday'' is exactly what I was looking for in this collection, also. A long-neglected classic. Well, maybe another greatest hits, another year!

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