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Album Review

Ten years separate World Gone Crazy from Sibling Rivalry, their last studio album, but the bigger news about this 2010 release is that it sees the Doobie Brothers reuniting with Ted Templeman, the producer of their breakthrough ‘70s hits. With Templeman at the board, the Doobies wind up with a tight album that recalls all of their glory days — even the smooth blue-eyed soul of Michael McDonald, who graciously guests on “Don’t Say Goodbye” — in a mere 11 songs. The Doobies certainly mean to evoke the past, but they never sound forced when they indulge in some “Black Water”-styled fingerpicking, ease back for a little bit of boogie, or even re-create the AOR thump of their late-‘80s comeback, “The Doctor.” Some credit must go to the old pro Templeman, who certainly knows how to pull out the best from a band, but Tom Johnston, Pat Simmons, John McFee, and Mike Hossack are in fine form, writing solid songs and giving relaxed, lived-in performances, all adding up to a surprising strong album.

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Knockout!

This really takes you back to the Doobies in their prime. A great comeback - gotta be one of the albums of the year.

Superb!

I was a fan of the Doobie Brothers back in 1972 when they released The Captain & Me and listening to this superbly crafted album takes me back to the first time I heard "Long Train Runnin". Tom Johnson's voice on "Nobody" sounds as good as ever and there are some great Pat Simmons songs for the fans of the softer side of the Doobies. This is a really good mix of rock, blues, jazz & country with great musicianship and excellent production from the legendary Ted Templeman - I would highly recommend this album to new & old fans. Enjoy!

Biography

Formed: March, 1970 in San Jose, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As one of the most popular California pop/rock bands of the '70s, the Doobie Brothers evolved from a mellow, post-hippie boogie band to a slick, soul-inflected pop band by the end of the decade. Along the way, the group racked up a string of gold and platinum albums in the U.S., along...
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