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Stampede

The Doobie Brothers

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Talk about greatness -- the Doobie Brothers, with Jeff "Skunk" Baxter added to their lineup, delivered their best album to date helped by a fairly big hit, though "Take Me in Your Arms" never did anything close to its predecessors despite some chords and modulations that recalled "Black Water" ever so slightly. Stampede's virtue was its musicianship, which, in addition to new member Baxter, was also showcased in the guises of some impressive guests. The Doobie Brothers' rootsiest album to date, Stampede was virtuoso soulful countrified rock of a gritty nature, crossing over into blues as well as reaching back to a raw, traditional rock & roll sound that wouldn't have sounded too out of place 20 years earlier. That was the opener, the searing "Sweet Maxine," which just might've made a good single with an edit or two to bring it down to three and a half minutes; the record gets better with the bouncing "Neal's Fandango," which is highlighted by lyrical as well as instrumental acrobatics on the verses and a delicious guitar and piano break. "Texas Lullaby" is one of the prettiest pieces of country rock (though it's a little more "Western rock") to come out of the genre since the Byrds and the Beau Brummels had treaded into it eight years earlier, and gets a magnificently soulful performance from Tom Johnston. And speaking of soul, Curtis Mayfield is the arranger on Johnston's hard-driving "Music Man." The group strips down to its acoustic basics for "Slat Key Soquel Rag," which could have been an outtake from the group's self-titled debut album; Maria Muldaur is the guest vocalist on "I Cheat the Hangman," representing Patrick Simmons' songwriting at its most ethereal. Baxter's "Précis" was the group's nod to classical and Spanish guitar technique, and "Rainy Day Crossroad Blues" provides guest artist Ry Cooder with a gorgeous canvas on which to paint his slide guitar licks. And the album lands with its feet firmly in 1970s-style roots rock on "I've Been Workin' on You" and "Double Dealin' Four Flusher."
© Bruce Eder /TiVo

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1
Sweet Maxine (Album Version)
00:04:23

Paul Riser, Horn - Tom Johnston, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Tiran Porter, Vocals, Bass - John Hartman, Drums - Donn Landee, Engineer - Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Pedal Steel Guitar - Ted Templeman, Producer - The Doobie Brothers, MainArtist - Bill Payne, Keyboards - Pat Simmons, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Victor Feldman, Percussion, Marimba - Bobbye Hall, Percussion

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1975 Warner Records Inc.

2
Neal's Fandango (Album Version)
00:03:07

PATRICK SIMMONS, Composer, Lyricist - Tom Johnston, Guitar, Vocals - Tiran Porter, Vocals, Bass - John Hartman, Drums - Donn Landee, Engineer - Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Pedal Steel Guitar - Ted Templeman, Producer - The Doobie Brothers, MainArtist - Bill Payne, Keyboards - Pat Simmons, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Victor Feldman, Percussion, Marimba - Bobbye Hall, Percussion

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1975 Warner Records Inc.

3
Texas Lullaby (Album Version)
00:04:59

Tom Johnston, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Tiran Porter, Vocals, Bass - John Hartman, Drums - Nick DeCaro, String Arranger - Donn Landee, Engineer - Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Pedal Steel Guitar - Ted Templeman, Producer - The Doobie Brothers, MainArtist - Bill Payne, Keyboards - Pat Simmons, Guitar, Vocals - Victor Feldman, Percussion, Marimba - Bobbye Hall, Percussion

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1975 Warner Records Inc.

4
Music Man (Album Version)
00:03:30

Tom Johnston, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Tiran Porter, Vocals, Bass - John Hartman, Drums - Nick DeCaro, String Arranger - Richard Tufo, Orchestration - Donn Landee, Engineer - Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Pedal Steel Guitar - Ted Templeman, Producer - The Doobie Brothers, MainArtist - Bill Payne, Keyboards - Pat Simmons, Guitar, Vocals - Victor Feldman, Percussion, Marimba - Curtis Mayfield, Horn, Strings - Bobbye Hall, Percussion

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1975 Warner Records Inc.

5
Slack Key Soquel Rag (Album Version)
00:01:51

PATRICK SIMMONS, Composer, Lyricist - Tom Johnston, Guitar, Vocals - Tiran Porter, Vocals, Bass - John Hartman, Drums - Donn Landee, Engineer - Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Pedal Steel Guitar - Ted Templeman, Producer - The Doobie Brothers, MainArtist - Bill Payne, Keyboards - Pat Simmons, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Victor Feldman, Percussion, Marimba - Bobbye Hall, Percussion

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1975 Warner Records Inc.

6
Take Me in Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While) (Album Version)
00:03:39

Dozier, Writer - Paul Riser, Horn, Strings - Tom Johnston, Guitar, Vocals - Tiran Porter, Vocals, Bass - John Hartman, Drums - Donn Landee, Engineer - Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Pedal Steel Guitar - Ted Templeman, Producer - The Doobie Brothers, MainArtist - Bill Payne, Keyboards - Pat Simmons, Guitar, Vocals - Victor Feldman, Percussion, Marimba - Bobbye Porter, Congas - Jessica Smith, Vocals - Venetta Fields, Vocals - Bobbye Hall, Percussion - HOLLAND, Writer - Sherlie Matthews, Vocals

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1975 Warner Records Inc.

7
I Cheat the Hangman (Album Version)
00:06:35

Tom Johnston, Guitar, Vocals - Tiran Porter, Vocals, Bass - John Hartman, Drums - Nick DeCaro, String Arranger - Donn Landee, Engineer - Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Pedal Steel Guitar - Ted Templeman, Producer - The Doobie Brothers, MainArtist - Bill Payne, Keyboards - Pat Simmons, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Victor Feldman, Percussion, Marimba - Maria Muldaur, Vocals - Conte Condoli, Trumpet - Pete Condoli, Trumpet - Bobbye Hall, Percussion

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1975 Warner Records Inc.

8
Precis (Album Version)
00:00:58

Tom Johnston, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Tiran Porter, Vocals, Bass - John Hartman, Drums - Donn Landee, Engineer - Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Pedal Steel Guitar - Ted Templeman, Producer - The Doobie Brothers, MainArtist - Bill Payne, Keyboards - Pat Simmons, Guitar, Vocals - Victor Feldman, Percussion, Marimba - Bobbye Hall, Percussion - JEFF BAXTER, Writer

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1975 Warner Records Inc.

9
Rainy Day Crossroad Blues (Album Version)
00:03:45

Tom Johnston, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Tiran Porter, Vocals, Bass - John Hartman, Drums - Nick DeCaro, Strings - Donn Landee, Engineer - Ry Cooder, Guitar - Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Pedal Steel Guitar - Ted Templeman, Producer - The Doobie Brothers, MainArtist - Bill Payne, Keyboards - Pat Simmons, Guitar, Vocals - Victor Feldman, Percussion, Marimba - Bobbye Hall, Percussion

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1975 Warner Records Inc.

10
I Been Workin' on You (Album Version)
00:04:25

Tom Johnston, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Tiran Porter, Vocals, Bass - John Hartman, Drums - Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Pedal Steel Guitar - Ted Templeman, Producer - The Doobie Brothers, MainArtist - Bill Payne, Keyboards - Pat Simmons, Guitar, Vocals - Victor Feldman, Percussion, Marimba - Jessica Smith, Vocals - Venetta Fields, Vocals - Bobbye Hall, Percussion - Sherlie Matthews, Vocals - Carl Himmle, Drums, Percussion - Turk Travis, Engineer

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1975 Warner Records Inc.

11
Double Dealin' Four Flusher (Album Version)
00:03:29

Paul Riser, Horn - Tom Johnston, Guitar, Vocals - Tiran Porter, Vocals, Bass - John Hartman, Drums - Donn Landee, Engineer - Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Pedal Steel Guitar - Ted Templeman, Producer - The Doobie Brothers, MainArtist - Bill Payne, Keyboards - Pat Simmons, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Victor Feldman, Percussion, Marimba - Bobbye Hall, Percussion

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1975 Warner Records Inc.

Descriptif de l'album

Talk about greatness -- the Doobie Brothers, with Jeff "Skunk" Baxter added to their lineup, delivered their best album to date helped by a fairly big hit, though "Take Me in Your Arms" never did anything close to its predecessors despite some chords and modulations that recalled "Black Water" ever so slightly. Stampede's virtue was its musicianship, which, in addition to new member Baxter, was also showcased in the guises of some impressive guests. The Doobie Brothers' rootsiest album to date, Stampede was virtuoso soulful countrified rock of a gritty nature, crossing over into blues as well as reaching back to a raw, traditional rock & roll sound that wouldn't have sounded too out of place 20 years earlier. That was the opener, the searing "Sweet Maxine," which just might've made a good single with an edit or two to bring it down to three and a half minutes; the record gets better with the bouncing "Neal's Fandango," which is highlighted by lyrical as well as instrumental acrobatics on the verses and a delicious guitar and piano break. "Texas Lullaby" is one of the prettiest pieces of country rock (though it's a little more "Western rock") to come out of the genre since the Byrds and the Beau Brummels had treaded into it eight years earlier, and gets a magnificently soulful performance from Tom Johnston. And speaking of soul, Curtis Mayfield is the arranger on Johnston's hard-driving "Music Man." The group strips down to its acoustic basics for "Slat Key Soquel Rag," which could have been an outtake from the group's self-titled debut album; Maria Muldaur is the guest vocalist on "I Cheat the Hangman," representing Patrick Simmons' songwriting at its most ethereal. Baxter's "Précis" was the group's nod to classical and Spanish guitar technique, and "Rainy Day Crossroad Blues" provides guest artist Ry Cooder with a gorgeous canvas on which to paint his slide guitar licks. And the album lands with its feet firmly in 1970s-style roots rock on "I've Been Workin' on You" and "Double Dealin' Four Flusher."
© Bruce Eder /TiVo

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