Doobie Bros & Toulouse Street

The Doobie Brothers

Doobie Bros & Toulouse Street

The Doobie Brothers

Doobie Bros & Toulouse Street

Release information

Release information

Label: Edsel • Format: • Date: 29/08/2011 Cat#: EDSD2104 • Barcode: 740155210434 • Genre: Pop, Rock

Track Listing

  1. Nobody
  2. Slippery St. Paul
  3. Greenwood Creek
  4. It Won’t Be Right
  5. Travelin’ Man
  6. Feelin’ Down Farther
  7. The Master
  8. Growin’ A Little Each Day
  9. The Beehive State
  10. Closer Every Day
  11. Chicago
  12. Nobody [single remix]
  13. Daughters Of The Sea [demo]
  14. Armadillo Death Chant
  15. Osborne (Long Train Running)
  16. Four Days Gone
  17. Spiel
  18. Lovin’ My Way Back Home
  19. Pat’s Song
  20. Bluejay
  21. Peace In The Valley
  1. Listen To The Music
  2. Rockin’ Down The Highway
  3. Mamaloi
  4. Toulouse Street
  5. Cotton Mouth
  6. Don’t Start Me Talkin’
  7. Jesus Is Just Alright
  8. White Sun
  9. Disciple
  10. Snake Man
  11. Listen To The Music [single remix]
  12. Rockin’ Down The Highway [single remix]
  13. Listen To The Music [Steve Rodway extended remix]
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About this release

The Doobie Brothers were one of the most commercially-successful bands of the 1970s, charting albums and singles around the world, with songs that are radio staples to this day. With principal songwriters Tom Johnston and Patrick Simmons, the band incorporated an amazing array of musical styles, from rock to R&B, via country and folk.

This coupling of their first two Warner Brothers albums (from 1971 and 1972) is the first of this Edsel series of reissue packages that all include a selection of rare additional tracks, presenting the fullest picture of this remarkable band.

The ten bonus tracks on disc one of this package includes early versions of hits along with many songs that were never re-recorded. “Toulouse Street” includes the huge hit ‘Listen To The Music’, as well as Steve Rodway’s hit extended remix from 1994.

The 20 page booklet features all the lyrics and musician credits, photos and annotation by Alan Robinson.