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The fact that the Doobie Brothers reinvented themselves for their March 1976 album "Takin' It to the Streets" is quite widely known, but the reasons for the musical shift, and the manner in which they made it work so successfully, is a fascinating back-story worthy of an HBO mini-series.. On the album's 45th anniversary, Tom Johnston, Pat Simmons, & Michael McDonald are all here In the Studio to recall how it really went down.
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Doobie Brothers Tom Johnston, Pat Simmons, and archival comments from the late original Doobie drummer Mike Hossack elected to the Rock Hall of Fame. Part one of three.
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Steely Dan's 1975 fourth album, "Katy Lied", is a perfect example of a "sleeper", but it's not simply the passage of time that obscures its many-faceted brilliance. Here are Donald Fagen & the late Walter Becker interviewed.
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Back when the Doobie Brothers' Minute by Minute album was released in December 1978, I wasn't aware of a Hollywood maxim, but the band's Warner Bros. record label certainly was: a little-known showbiz PR secret to which no one in Hollywood…
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Though technically not appearing as Steely Dan on the 1991 return to the stage of Donald Fagen, the New York Rock'n'Soul Revue did include former Steely Dan background singer Michael McDonald, who sings the bridge part along with Fagen on…
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Much to my delight, Dallas-via-San Francisco rhythm and bluesman Boz Scaggs has been quite prolific in the 21st century, with the new A Fool to Care just arriving. One look at the superb Dukes of September concert DVD confirms my impression…