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Southbound

The Doobie Brothers

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A throwback to the golden age of star-studded tributes, the Doobie Brothers' 2014 Southbound essentially follows the same playbook as the Beach Boys' 1996 album Stars and Stripes, Vol. 1: team up a classic rock band with a bunch of contemporary country stars to sing the hits everybody knows and loves. Where Stars and Stripes, Vol. 1 was an uneasy fit -- the Beach Boys are many things but a country band is not one of them -- Southbound feels smooth and natural, possibly because nobody involved dared to mess much with the original arrangements, a move that underscores how this is very much a record where singers are sitting in with the Doobies and not the other way around. Whenever there's a flash of modernization, it is minimal, as on the light decorative rhythmic loops and mandolin samples on "Listen to the Music," where Blake Shelton takes co-lead with Tom Johnston as Hunter Hayes lays down some beefy guitar. Johnston and Patrick Simmons dominate Southbound because their songs lend themselves better to country singers; they're either driving rockers or backwoods-inflected boogie, settings that are comfortable for neo-jam bands (Zac Brown Band, "Black Water"), swaggering cowboys (Toby Keith, "Long Train Runnin'" and Chris Young, "China Grove"), modern-day strummers (Jerrod Niemann, "South City Midnight Lady"), and arena country heroes (Brad Paisley, "Rockin' Down the Highway"). That said, the three Michael McDonald tunes -- "What a Fool Believes" (Sara Evans), "Takin' It to the Streets" (Love and Theft), "You Belong to Me" (Amanda Sudano Ramirez, featuring Vince Gill on guitar) -- all feel at home because this is a Doobie Brothers album, after all, and they've long ago found a way to reconcile the two sides of their musical personality. If there isn't much reinvention to be found on Southbound, that's fine: the record was meant as an open-hearted celebration of the Doobies' biggest hits and that's precisely what it delivers.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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1
Black Water (with Zac Brown Band)
00:04:19

The Doobie Brothers, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Zac Brown Band, Associated Performer - The Doobie Brothers with Zac Brown Band, Associated Performer - DANN HUFF, Co-Producer - David Huff, Percussion, Producer - Aubrey Haynie, Fiddle - Jerry McPherson, Electric Guitar - Michael McDonald - Tom Bukovac, Electric Guitar - Dan Dugmore, Dobro - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - J.T. Corenflos, Electric Guitar - ZAC BROWN - Charles Judge, Keyboards - Ilya Toshinskiy, Acoustic Guitar - Chris McHugh, Drums - Jimmy DeMartini - Clay Cook - John Driskell Hopkins - Pat Simmons, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Doobro Entertainment Corporation, under exclusive license to Sony Music Nashville, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. All Rights Reserved.

2
Listen to the Music (with Blake Shelton and Hunter Hayes on Guitar)
00:04:19

The Doobie Brothers, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Blake Shelton, Associated Performer - Hunter Hayes, Associated Performer, Electric Guitar - The Doobie Brothers with Blake Shelton and Hunter Hayes on Guitar, Associated Performer - DANN HUFF, Producer - David Huff, Co-Producer, Percussion - Jerry McPherson, Electric Guitar - Michael McDonald - Tom Bukovac, Electric Guitar - Dan Dugmore, Steel Guitar - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - Pat Simmons, Guitar - J.T. Corenflos, Electric Guitar - Charles Judge, Keyboards - Ilya Toshinskiy, Acoustic Guitar - Chris McHugh, Drums - John Mcfee, Banjo - Tom Johnston, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Doobro Entertainment Corporation, under exclusive license to Sony Music Nashville, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. All Rights Reserved.

3
What a Fool Believes (with Sara Evans)
00:04:02

The Doobie Brothers, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Sara Evans, Associated Performer - The Doobie Brothers with Sara Evans, Associated Performer - David Huff, Percussion, Producer - Tommy Sims, Bass - Jerry McPherson, Electric Guitar - Michael McDonald, Composer, Lyricist - Bryan Sutton, Acoustic Guitar - Dan Dugmore, Steel Guitar - Michael Rojas, Keyboards - John Cowan - J.T. Corenflos, Electric Guitar - Shannon Forrest, Drums - Kenny Loggins, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Doobro Entertainment Corporation, under exclusive license to Sony Music Nashville, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. All Rights Reserved.

4
Long Train Runnin' (with Toby Keith and Huey Lewis on Harmonica)
00:03:32

The Doobie Brothers, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Toby Keith, Associated Performer - The Doobie Brothers with Toby Keith, Associated Performer - David Huff, Percussion, Producer - Tommy Sims, Bass - Aubrey Haynie, Fiddle - Jerry McPherson, Electric Guitar - Bryan Sutton, Acoustic Guitar - Tom Bukovac, Electric Guitar - Huey Lewis, Harmonica - Dan Dugmore, Steel Guitar - Michael Rojas, Keyboards - J.T. Corenflos, Electric Guitar - Chris McHugh, Drums - John Mcfee, Fiddle - Tom Johnston, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Doobro Entertainment Corporation, under exclusive license to Sony Music Nashville, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. All Rights Reserved.

5
China Grove (with Chris Young)
00:03:21

The Doobie Brothers, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Young Chris, Associated Performer - The Doobie Brothers with Chris Young, Associated Performer - DANN HUFF, Co-Producer, Electric Guitar - David Huff, Percussion, Producer - Jerry McPherson, Electric Guitar - Tom Bukovac, Electric Guitar - Dan Dugmore, Steel Guitar - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - J.T. Corenflos, Electric Guitar - Charles Judge, Keyboards - Ilya Toshinskiy, Acoustic Guitar - Chris McHugh, Drums - Tom Johnston, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Doobro Entertainment Corporation, under exclusive license to Sony Music Nashville, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. All Rights Reserved.

6
Takin' It to the Streets (with Love and Theft)
00:04:40

The Doobie Brothers, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Love and Theft, Associated Performer - The Doobie Brothers with Love and Theft, Associated Performer - David Huff, Percussion, Producer - Tommy Sims, Bass - Jerry McPherson, Electric Guitar - Michael McDonald, Composer, Lyricist - Bryan Sutton, Acoustic Guitar - Dan Dugmore, Steel Guitar - Michael Rojas, Keyboards - J.T. Corenflos, Electric Guitar - Shannon Forrest, Drums - Ilya Toshinskiy, Banjo - Stephen Barker Liles - Eric Gunderson - John Mcfee, Electric Guitar

(P) 2014 Doobro Entertainment Corporation, under exclusive license to Sony Music Nashville, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. All Rights Reserved.

7
Jesus Is Just Alright (with Casey James)
00:04:07

The Doobie Brothers, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Casey James, Associated Performer - The Doobie Brothers with Casey James, Associated Performer - David Huff, Percussion, Producer - Jerry McPherson, Electric Guitar - Michael McDonald - Tom Bukovac, Electric Guitar - Dan Dugmore, Steel Guitar - J.T. Corenflos, Electric Guitar - Charles Judge, Keyboards - Ilya Toshinskiy, Acoustic Guitar - Chris McHugh, Drums - Tony Lucido, Bass - Arthur Reynolds, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Doobro Entertainment Corporation, under exclusive license to Sony Music Nashville, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. All Rights Reserved.

8
Rockin' Down the Highway (with Brad Paisley)
00:03:34

The Doobie Brothers, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Brad Paisley, Associated Performer, Guitar - The Doobie Brothers with Brad Paisley, Associated Performer - David Huff, Percussion, Producer - Jerry McPherson, Electric Guitar - Michael McDonald - Tom Bukovac, Electric Guitar - Dan Dugmore, Steel Guitar - J.T. Corenflos, Electric Guitar - Charles Judge, Keyboards - Ilya Toshinskiy, Acoustic Guitar - Chris McHugh, Drums - Tony Lucido, Bass - Tom Johnston, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Doobro Entertainment Corporation, under exclusive license to Sony Music Nashville, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. All Rights Reserved.

9
Take Me in Your Arms (Rock Me) (with Tyler Farr)
00:03:45

The Doobie Brothers, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Tyler Farr, Associated Performer - The Doobie Brothers with Tyler Farr, Associated Performer - David Huff, Percussion, Producer - Vicki Hampton - Jerry McPherson, Electric Guitar - Robert Bailey - Wendy Moten - Dan Dugmore, Steel Guitar - J.T. Corenflos, Electric Guitar - Charles Judge, Keyboards - Ilya Toshinskiy, Acoustic Guitar - Chris McHugh, Drums - Tony Lucido, Bass - Lamont Dozier, Composer, Lyricist - Brian Holland, Composer, Lyricist - Eddie Holland, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Doobro Entertainment Corporation, under exclusive license to Sony Music Nashville, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. All Rights Reserved.

10
South City Midnight Lady (with Jerrod Niemann)
00:04:48

The Doobie Brothers, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Jerrod Niemann, Associated Performer - The Doobie Brothers with Jerrod Niemann, Associated Performer - David Huff, Percussion, Producer - Jerry McPherson, Electric Guitar - Larry R. Hall, Arranger - Tom Bukovac, Electric Guitar - Dan Dugmore, Steel Guitar - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - John Cowan - J.T. Corenflos, Electric Guitar - Charles Judge, Keyboards - Ilya Toshinskiy, Acoustic Guitar - Chris McHugh, Drums - John Mcfee, Banjo - Pat Simmons, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Doobro Entertainment Corporation, under exclusive license to Sony Music Nashville, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. All Rights Reserved.

11
You Belong to Me (with Amanda Sudano Ramirez of the band Johnnyswim with Vince Gill on guitar)
00:03:44

The Doobie Brothers, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Amanda Sudano Ramirez, Associated Performer - Vince Gill, Associated Performer, Electric Guitar - The Doobie Brothers with Amanda Sudano Ramirez of the band Johnnyswim with Vince Gill on guitar, Associated Performer - David Huff, Percussion, Producer - Tommy Sims, Bass - Jerry McPherson, Electric Guitar - Michael McDonald, Composer, Lyricist - Bryan Sutton, Acoustic Guitar - Larry R. Hall, Trumpet - Dan Dugmore, Steel Guitar - Michael Rojas, Keyboards - J.T. Corenflos, Electric Guitar - Shannon Forrest, Drums - Carly Simon, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Doobro Entertainment Corporation, under exclusive license to Sony Music Nashville, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. All Rights Reserved.

12
Nobody Intro
00:00:45

The Doobie Brothers, Associated Performer, Main Artist - David Huff, Percussion, Producer - Jerry McPherson, Electric Guitar - Dan Dugmore, Steel Guitar - J.T. Corenflos, Electric Guitar - Charles Judge, Keyboards - Ilya Toshinskiy, Dobro - Chris McHugh, Drums - Tony Lucido, Bass - Tom Johnston, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Doobro Entertainment Corporation, under exclusive license to Sony Music Nashville, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. All Rights Reserved.

13
Nobody (with Charlie Worsham)
00:04:17

The Doobie Brothers, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Charlie Worsham, Associated Performer, Banjo - The Doobie Brothers with Charlie Worsham, Associated Performer - David Huff, Percussion, Producer - Jerry McPherson, Electric Guitar - Dan Dugmore, Steel Guitar - J.T. Corenflos, Electric Guitar - Charles Judge, Keyboards - Ilya Toshinskiy, Dobro - Chris McHugh, Drums - Tony Lucido, Bass - Tom Johnston, Composer, Electric Guitar, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Doobro Entertainment Corporation, under exclusive license to Sony Music Nashville, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. All Rights Reserved.

Descriptif de l'album

A throwback to the golden age of star-studded tributes, the Doobie Brothers' 2014 Southbound essentially follows the same playbook as the Beach Boys' 1996 album Stars and Stripes, Vol. 1: team up a classic rock band with a bunch of contemporary country stars to sing the hits everybody knows and loves. Where Stars and Stripes, Vol. 1 was an uneasy fit -- the Beach Boys are many things but a country band is not one of them -- Southbound feels smooth and natural, possibly because nobody involved dared to mess much with the original arrangements, a move that underscores how this is very much a record where singers are sitting in with the Doobies and not the other way around. Whenever there's a flash of modernization, it is minimal, as on the light decorative rhythmic loops and mandolin samples on "Listen to the Music," where Blake Shelton takes co-lead with Tom Johnston as Hunter Hayes lays down some beefy guitar. Johnston and Patrick Simmons dominate Southbound because their songs lend themselves better to country singers; they're either driving rockers or backwoods-inflected boogie, settings that are comfortable for neo-jam bands (Zac Brown Band, "Black Water"), swaggering cowboys (Toby Keith, "Long Train Runnin'" and Chris Young, "China Grove"), modern-day strummers (Jerrod Niemann, "South City Midnight Lady"), and arena country heroes (Brad Paisley, "Rockin' Down the Highway"). That said, the three Michael McDonald tunes -- "What a Fool Believes" (Sara Evans), "Takin' It to the Streets" (Love and Theft), "You Belong to Me" (Amanda Sudano Ramirez, featuring Vince Gill on guitar) -- all feel at home because this is a Doobie Brothers album, after all, and they've long ago found a way to reconcile the two sides of their musical personality. If there isn't much reinvention to be found on Southbound, that's fine: the record was meant as an open-hearted celebration of the Doobies' biggest hits and that's precisely what it delivers.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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