• athaiya

    great band!

    September 2008
  • Prudnce

    muy buena!!!...oooooh listen to the music

    September 2008
  • GJG3

    HI

    September 2008
  • Smartypants101

    am i the only one who likes what michael mcdonald contributed to this band???

    August 2008
  • bethopklz

    puro ritmo.............

    July 2008
  • BobbieWest

    clockin' in for the hell of it.

    July 2008
  • ItsAGThing

    Without love???? where would we be? That is the question?? anyone remember Jesus is just alright

    June 2008
  • Jpi987654321

    i can

    June 2008
  • postalstamp

    i cant listen to this band without smoking a big fat joint

    June 2008
  • Heus

    I can only cry when i listen to this music

    June 2008
  • sparrow1970

    I can't listen to this song without a huge smile.....

    May 2008
  • ukdoob

    The No1. UK Fan - UKDooB

    May 2008
  • Showstoppa113

    Michael McDonald killed this band...

    May 2008
  • mattsmuzic

    love this band have all their albums mostly. slippery st. paul is one of my favs

    April 2008
  • DesolationBlvd

    My butt itches

    April 2008
  • AlaynaSusan

    Haha, that's awesome. It's always cool seeing the same bands your parents saw before you were born.

    April 2008
  • nixhex4311

    Scissor Sisters....doobie brothers? I fail to make the connection. No offense. I'm seeing them for the second time this summer. Funny, my dad went to their Farewell concert in 1982, the year I was born.

    April 2008
  • schtum1

    Quality

    April 2008
  • dVTB

    A brilliant band. I adore Listen To The Music and Long Train Running. I also love Free Ride. You can clearly hear how this band influences the sound of a band like the Scissor Sister, nowadays.

    April 2008
  • epi_gee

    smokin'

    April 2008
  • gingerfag66618

    I've Only ever heard the captain and me and I have to say its a fucking amazing album ive really got to get hold of some more any recommendations?

    March 2008
  • Wouter_2oo8

    The Doctor & Long Train Runnin' are my personal favourites

    March 2008
  • dorawy

    think i saw these guys when i was a little girl... if only i knew how much i would love them now back then...

    February 2008
  • SandraPark

    smooooth as velvet

    February 2008
  • kashmir91086

    Armadillo Death Chant on the Long Train Running box set really rocks. Their first album is criminally underrated - perhaps more so than any other artist's debut.

    January 2008
  • gfbj

    Great vocals, really melodic songs, great hooks. I knew they were special right from Nobody off 1st album. T. Johnston may have penned the main rockers, but Pat Simmons' tunes have a finesse and strength often missed. Clear As The Driven Snow, I Cheat The Hangman and Blackwater are stand-out tunes. M. McDonald helped them sell more albums but he broke their rock sound.Their reunion material rox!

    January 2008
  • Smartypants101

    A good Michael McDonald impression captures my heart every time. It never fails.

    January 2008
  • The80sFan

    Love this group since I was a kid, Without You is the their best rocking track of all time in my opinion.

    December 2007
  • BROTHERLOG

    I love the Doobies... they're so SMOOTH!

    November 2007
  • MutableDruthers

    Well it was Neal Cassiday that started me to travelin' all the stories that were told I believed in every one and it's a WINDING road I'm on you understand no time to worry 'bout tomorrow when you're following the sun.

    November 2007
  • Bob_Gee_Ell

    I believe that one test of a good song is that it can be done in different styles and still shine out. This is certinaly true of Long Train Running. See the snippet of it played in a country style, and working wonderfully well, at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LI4f0pW9L8A

    November 2007
  • k14pc

    Definitely needs more plays. How is What a Fool Believes 3rd?

    November 2007
  • MetallicaACDC

    They deserve to have a lot more listeners. China Grove is my personal favorite.

    October 2007
  • kungfulasers

    Fantastic group.

    October 2007
  • gingerweir

    Music is the Doctor! :O)

    August 2007
  • kalimah

    Yannis30: Pun intended? :)

    June 2007
  • VadaniaFlame

    They're good, but best always at Wolf Trap

    May 2007
  • Mii85

    They are amazing, love them.

    May 2007
  • mr_sheen666

    I still try to work out how my parents adored this band so much... (but they're both from the UK! so i'm assuming the Doobie Brothers were quite big here too!)

    April 2007
  • spidrwegian

    In the UK five of their singles and albums were hits. Takin' It To The Streets is my own favourite album, with What A Fool Believes my favourite single

    March 2007
  • oatesr

    There is a BRILLIANT internet series called Yacht Rock, that has an absurd, comedic view on the relationship between McDonald and several other related artists

    February 2007
  • Fahecko

    We go to eat my mother

    February 2007
  • ze_high

    To answer kashmir, the Doobie Brothers are famous overseas (well, in France, at least) only for Long train runnin'... I agree, it's a shame ^^

    February 2007
  • kashmir91086

    I suppose that few people outside of the US have heard this band. Shame, because they're great. I like their stuff with Tom Johnson better than their music with Michael McDonald.

    February 2007
  • Nick-G

    Would people care?

    February 2007
  • slick1ru2

    Do you people even know what a doobie is???

    January 2007
  • sproaty

    Without loooooooo-ooooo-ooooo-ovvveeeee

    December 2006
  • DerAufruhrer

    Ate Dinner with them

    December 2006
  • hemlokk

    and covered by Uncle Cracker

    December 2006
  • ChiefKrazyHorse

    Drift Away is by Dobie Gray.

    October 2006