On a Weekend Concert: Doobie Brothers


Doobie Brothers

The Producer’s Guidelines

  • Only songs performed by the Doobie Brothers (not solo acts)
  • No duplicate songs
  • Include the song title in your introduction text so others can see it
  • One song per person (on Day 1)
  • To prevent browsers crashing from loading too many videos, please paste the URL as part of your last line (not a new line) – (I do not mind unembedding, so no apologies are necessary)

Note: Return on Day 2 to submit more songs without limits. (My typical signal is posting a song for all attendees.)

β€œListen to the Music”


Next Concert: Unknown because of upcoming Blog Break

Past Concerts (Category): Beatles, Ex-Beatles, Moody Blues, Queen, Neil Diamond, Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Aretha Franklin, Carole King, Elton John, Billy Joel, Crosby Stills Nash & Young (the group)

206 thoughts on “On a Weekend Concert: Doobie Brothers

  1. How ’bout some old Doobies this morning? I always enjoyed listening to them especially on long road trips. From the 1973 album The Captain and Me, this tune was written by band member Tom Johnston, lead vocalist and harmonica solo performer. Originally the cut was an untitled (and mostly ad-libbed jam) the Doobies played onstage years before it was finally recorded after the group’s record producer convinced Johnston to write lyrics to the tune. Here ya go: Long Train Running. https://youtu.be/m4tJSn0QtME

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