Live at Wolf Trap

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All Music Guide - David Jeffries
Living once again in the carefree boogie days that are Michael McDonald-less, the Doobie Brothers are doing just fine touring the world and playing the tunes that have everyone lightly grooving. Live at Wolf Trap captures a July 2004 show, but it's really just the soundtrack to a DVD that's much longer. Unless you're a hardcore fan who needs to see how veteran members like Tom Johnston and Patrick Simmons are looking, you're probably better off with the audio version, since "Rockin' Down the Highway" -- along with everything else here -- is best for doing just that. The DVD's longer playing time doesn't sound like a great deal for the non-diehard either, since Live at ...
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All Music Guide - David Jeffries
Living once again in the carefree boogie days that are Michael McDonald-less, the Doobie Brothers are doing just fine touring the world and playing the tunes that have everyone lightly grooving. Live at Wolf Trap captures a July 2004 show, but it's really just the soundtrack to a DVD that's much longer. Unless you're a hardcore fan who needs to see how veteran members like Tom Johnston and Patrick Simmons are looking, you're probably better off with the audio version, since "Rockin' Down the Highway" -- along with everything else here -- is best for doing just that. The DVD's longer playing time doesn't sound like a great deal for the non-diehard either, since Live at Wolf Trap could be tighter, especially if it dropped the latter-day "Dangerous," which tries way too hard to generate excitement. An especially bright horn section complements this edition of the Doobies well, since a bit of early Chicago suits them now more than ever. Be it overdubbing or not, the harmonies and powerful exuberance of the Doobies' voices are still spectacular, and Wolf Trap's crystal-clear recording does a mind-blowing job of capturing them. The emotion pulled out of "Another Park, Another Sunday" shows this band still puts genuine heart into its playing, and the last five tracks are a dizzying whirlwind of what the Doobies do best. While they've slipped a little too comfortably into their B-list role -- and putting lesser new songs next to the classics just points it out -- Wolf Trap is still 80 percent feel-good boogie music played by musicians who remember why they were so beloved, 100 percent.
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  • Release Date: 11/9/2004
  • Label: Sanctuary Records
  • UPC: 060768472525
  • Catalog Number: 84725

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Doobie Brothers Primary Artist
Skylark Bass Guitar, Vocals
Tom Johnston Guitar, Vocals
Patrick Simmons Guitar, Vocals
Guy Allison Keyboards, Vocals
Mic Gillette Trombone, Trumpet
Michael Hossack Percussion, Drums
Keith Knudsen Drums, Vocals
Marvin McFadden Trumpet
John McFee Dobro, Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar, Violin, Vocals, Slide Guitar
Marc Russo Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
M.B. Gordy Percussion
Technical Credits
Tom Johnston Composer
Patrick Simmons Composer
Ed Cherney Producer, Engineer, Audio Production
Lamont Dozier Composer
David Hewitt Engineer
Eddie Holland Composer
Brian Holland Composer
John McFee Composer
Terry Nelson Engineer
Marc Russo Horn Arrangements
Sonny Boy Williamson [II] Composer
Robert Byrd Composer
A. Reid Reynolds Composer
David Ivey Drum Technician, Stage Manager
Lawrence Manchester Digital Editing
Mike Butler Digital Editing
Karen Brinton Studio Manager
Dave Donnely Mastering
Tyler Habrecht Drum Technician
Dave Schnitker Monitor Engineer
Joe Vallee Guitar Techician
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