The Doobie Brothers is the debut studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers. The album was released on April 30, 1971, by Warner Bros. It is their only official studio album to feature original bass player Dave Shogren on all tracks, who left during the recording of their second album. The first single from the album, "Nobody," failed to chart, as did the album itself
The Doobie Brothers sound amazing. Give thanks to their reunion with expert producer Ted Templeman, who has always done amazing things behind the soundboard. He brings the band into tight focus. Law Dogs roughs things up. The deluxe version of the album includes a documentary and an acoustic version of Black Water that highlights the band’s vocal prowess.
Rock The Doobie Brothers. Band Name The Doobie Brothers. Album Name World Gone Crazy. Erscheinungsdatum 28 September 2010. Labels Eagle Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen3. 1. A Brighter Day. 2. Chateau.
World Gone Crazy" - part of the inspiration of that is the world has gotten a little nuts. And between the wars that we've had, between violence in the streets and most of the cities, what people are doing to each other around the world is not stuff that would have happened 20 years ago. "Old Juarez" is an old West theme, if you will. It's a Mexican old West, about what Juarez was like in the Zapata era: Some young gun slinger running around getting himself in trouble by fooling around with a married woman. For more on The Doobie Brothers classic songs, check out our 2009 interview with Tom Johnston. Their official site is doobiebros.
World Gone Crazy is the thirteenth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers, released on September 28, 2010. It debuted at number 39 on the Billboard top 200 albums chart, their highest charting position since 1989. The first single is a remake of their 1971 debut single "Nobody". Tom Johnston states about the album "This album has been in the mix for five years, but we didn’t seriously start putting the nuts and bolts together until three years ag.
This song is by The Doobie Brothers and appears on the album World Gone Crazy (2010). Working real hard in the heart of the cityNoon day sun feeling hot and sweatyTrying to make my pay, trying to make my monthly rentWorking real hard for the US dollarLiving real poor gonna make me hollerI don't wanna live in the street like some folks do. The first single is a remake of their 1971 debut single Nobody. Songwriting was split between guitarists Pat Simmons and Tom Johnston.
|1||A Brighter Day|
|4||World Gone Crazy|
|5||Far From Home|
|6||Young Man's Game|
|7||Don't Say Goodbye|
|10||I Know We Won|
|13||New York Dream|
|14||Delta Devil Dog*|
|15||Lie To Me*|
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Notes+2 Bonus Tracks*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4547366056846
|002||Doobie Brothers*||World Gone Crazy (2xLP, Gat)||HOR Records||002||US||2010|
|EAGCD431, GAS 0000431 EAG||Doobie Brothers*||World Gone Crazy (CD, Album + DVD, NTSC, Dol)||Eagle Records, Eagle Records||EAGCD431, GAS 0000431 EAG||Europe||2010|
|EAGCD431||Doobie Brothers*||World Gone Crazy (CD, Album)||Next Music , Eagle Records||EAGCD431||South Africa||2010|
|CTX603CD||Doobie Brothers*||World Gone Crazy (CD, Album)||Eagle Records||CTX603CD||Australia||2010|
|SICP-2894/5||The Doobie Brothers||World Gone Crazy (CD, Album + DVD, Ltd, Fir)||Sony Records Int'l||SICP-2894/5||Japan||2010|