Digitally remastered from the original two-track master mixes by Steve Hoffman.
That's "best of" as in the Doobies part I, before the arrival of Michael McDonald and the band's mid-life lurch toward sophisticated blue-eyed pop soul. The songs here (from four of their first five albums) are all in the group's original style, a sort of laid-back, melodic post-hippie folk rock, heavy on strummed guitars, gospel harmonies and double drumming reminiscent of the Allman Brothers. Ironically, they developed the style during their dues-paying days as an unofficial house band for the San Jose chapter of the Hells Angels.
I love this album. I got into the Doobie Brothers by hearing one of their tracks ("China Grove") on The Simpsons. It's a fantastic CD, full of great hits and songs that get you up and moving. The first five tracks are the best in my opinion. Their music is always solidy good with great beats and rock riffs.
"China Grove," "Long Train Runnin'," "Takin' It To The Streets," "Listen To The Music " and "Black Water" are the best tracks. Even non Doobie Brothers fans will probablly know "Listen To The Music," and "China Grove."
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