The Doobie Brothers Rockin' Down The Highway: The Wildlife Concert (2-CD)
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Format: CD (2 Discs)
- Number of Discs: 2
- Released: July 30, 1996
- Originally Released: 1996
- Label: Sony
Tracks on Disc 1:
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A portion of the proceeds from the sale of ROCKIN' DOWN THE HIGHWAY will be donated to The Wildlife Conservation Society.
Doobie Brothers: John McFee (vocals, guitar, strings); Dale Ockerman (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Tom Johnston, Pat Simmons (vocals, guitar); Danny Hull (vocals, harmonica, saxophone, keyboards); Michael McDonald (vocals, keyboards); Keith Knudsen (vocals, drums); Skylark (bass); Mike Hossack (drums).
Additional personnel: Cornelius Bumpus (vocals, saxophone, keyboards); Guy Allison (keyboards); Carlos Guaico, Buck Johnson (background vocals).
Producers: The Doobie Brothers, Charlie Midnight.
Engineers: John Harris, Mitch Maketansky.
Recorded live at Sony Music Studios, New York, New York on May 5 & 6, 1996 and Starwood Amphitheater, Nashville, Tennessee on May 11, 1996.
Personnel: John McFee (vocals, guitar, strings); Dale Ockerman (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Patrick Simmons, Tom Johnston (vocals, guitar); Danny Hull (vocals, harmonica, saxophone, keyboards); Cornelius Bumpus (vocals, saxophone, keyboards); Michael McDonald (vocals, keyboards); Keith Knudsen (vocals, drums); Guy Allison (keyboards); Michael Hossack (drums); Carlos Guaico, Buck Johnson (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Joel Soyffer.
Recording information: Amphitheater, Nashville, TN (05/05/1996-05/??/1996); Sony Music Studios, New York, NY (05/05/1996-05/??/1996).
Photographer: Danny Clinch.
This double CD live package, recorded at shows in support of the Wildlife Conservation Society (which receives a portion of the royalties), could easily function as a Doobie's Greatest Hits album. The performances are slick yet spirited enough to supplant the studio originals. Energized by the presence of all three of the group's original lead singers--Pat Simmons, Tom Johnston, and Michael McDonald--the group tears through their A-list material with blazing energy, and the audience eats up every note (check out the whoops that follow the harmonica solo in "Long Train Running"). This is a great intro to a critically underrated band.
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