9 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Frank Linzy ,

Takin It To The Streets

Thie first album without Tom Johnston as co-lead singer surely had to be a disappointment to hard core Doobie lovers. Not too fast my friends. Maybe some fans, in love with the singular Calfornia country rock sound that they were used to, were surprised to hear a r&b bluesy addition to the mix via Michael Mcdonald. For me, this album opened the limits of the Brothers to a fun new sound, and put them in a more complete sound and band level. I love this album, and the ones that followed because of it.

Gary10 ,

tasteful

As a fan of the doobs earlier work...I have to say this album completes them...As noted in the previous review...they add some blues and r&b to the staple country rock sound (check out wheels of fortune)...plus mixing some horns in for great measure...Sadly in my view...it slid a little with every album after till they called it quits for awhile...I know...they won grammys for minute by minute,,,but that album didn't take it to the streets...

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