In the studio, LaKind first contributed percussion to Streets but had been a member of the band's lighting crew since Additionally, in early , the band appeared as themselves in two episodes of the ABC sitcom What's Happening!! After almost a decade on the road, and with seven albums under their belts, the Doobies' career soared with the success of their next album, 's Minute by Minute. It spent five weeks atop the charts and dominated several radio formats for the better part of two years. Nicolette Larson and departed former bandleader Johnston contributed guest vocals on the album.
Minute by Minute 's triumph was bittersweet because it coincided with the near-dissolution of the band. The pressure of touring while recording and releasing an album each year had worn the members down.
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Baxter and McDonald had been in creative conflict for some time. A two-song set on the January 27, , broadcast of Saturday Night Live with guest host Michael Palin marked the final television appearance of this lineup, and a brief tour of Japan marked the band's last live performances in its middle-period configuration Hartman subsequently joined Johnston's touring band in and taped an appearance with him that aired on Soundstage in With the surprise smash album embedded in the charts and more money to be earned on the road, the remaining Doobies Simmons, Knudsen, McDonald and Porter decided to forge ahead.
In , Hartman was replaced by session drummer Chet McCracken and Baxter by multi-instrumental string player John McFee late of Huey Lewis 's early band Clover ; Cornelius Bumpus who had been part of a recent reunion of Moby Grape was also recruited to add vocals, keyboards, saxophones, and flute to the lineup.
The LP featured the hit title track and the Top 10 hit "Real Love" not to be confused with the John Lennon composition but did not dominate the charts and the radio as Minute by Minute had, largely due to an oversaturation of the "McDonald sound" by many other artists such as Robbie Dupree 's hit " Steal Away ", which copied the "McDonald sound" nearly note for note on the radio at the time—not to mention McDonald's numerous guest vocal appearances on hits by other artists, such as Kenny Loggins, Christopher Cross , Lauren Wood and Nicolette Larson.
The album itself was also noticeably weaker musically than the previous three with the band sounding tired and seemingly devolving to little more than McDonald's "backup band" according to contemporary sources. Session bassist Willie Weeks joined the band and the Doobies continued touring throughout and post-Doobies, Weeks has performed with the Gregg Allman Band, Eric Clapton , and many others.
By the end of , even Simmons had left the band. He went on to say that by that point they could not have gotten further away from the Doobies sound if they had tried. Simmons, already at work on his first solo album, Arcade , rejoined for a farewell tour on the condition that this truly would be the end of the Doobie Brothers.
At their last concert at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, California on September 11, , they were joined onstage by founding member Tom Johnston for what was presumed to be the final rendition of his staple, "China Grove".
Former members Porter, Hossack and Hartman subsequently took the stage for an extended version of "Listen to the Music". Knudsen sang lead vocals while Johnston, Simmons and McFee traded licks on guitar. The live album Farewell Tour was released in and the Greek Theatre concert was released in as Live at the Greek Theatre The Doobies did not work together for the next five years, though various members got together in different configurations for annual Christmas season performances for the patients and staff at the Stanford Children's Hospital in the Bay area.
Simmons released a commercially disappointing solo album, Arcade , in During the mids, Johnston toured U. Hossack and briefly Simmons worked with the group. Around , Johnston and Simmons began working on an album together according to a interview with Simmons , but abandoned the project soon after with no known finished tracks. In , Knudsen and McFee formed the band Southern Pacific and recorded four albums that found success in the country charts former Creedence Clearwater Revival bassist Stu Cook joined the band in and former Pablo Cruise guitarist David Jenkins in Out of print for many years, Simmons' Arcade was reissued on compact disc in by specialty label Wounded Bird Records , which is also the home of Southern Pacific's and Tom Johnston's catalogs.
Post-Doobies, McDonald became established as a solo artist. His voice dominated adult contemporary radio throughout the s. He experienced a renaissance of popularity in the 21st century as an interpreter of Motown classics. The reformation of the Doobie Brothers was not intentional. On a personal quest for a worthy cause and after conquering his drug addiction, Knudsen became active in the Vietnam Veterans Aid Foundation. In early , he persuaded 11 Doobie alumni to join him for a concert to benefit veterans' causes.
There were no surplus bass players as Weeks had other commitments. They soon discovered that tickets were in great demand, so the concert quickly evolved into a city tour that began on May 21, , in San Diego. The third concert, held at the Hollywood Bowl , was reportedly the venue's fastest sell-out since the Beatles had played there just over 20 years earlier. The band performed selections from every album using a wide variety of instrumentation that they could not have previously duplicated onstage without the expanded lineup. Producer Ted Templeman played percussion and LaKind sometimes played Knudsen's drum set while Knudsen went to the front of the stage to join the chorus.
Excerpts appearing later that year on the Showtime cable network included a performance of "China Grove". The successful reunion sparked discussions about reconstituting the band on a permanent basis. The album featured a Top 10 single, " The Doctor ". The song is very similar to "China Grove", and the connection was further enhanced by guest Bill Payne's tinkling piano. Cycles proved a successful comeback album and was certified Gold.
Bumpus participated in the and tours, adding his distinctive voice, keyboards, saxophone and flute. His presence bridged the gap between the current band and the McDonald era; he sang lead vocals on "One Step Closer" as he originally had on the album while Simmons took McDonald's part. The group was further augmented on the tour by Dale Ockerman keyboards, guitar, backing vocals , Richard Bryant percussion, vocals and Jimi Fox percussion, backing vocals.
After being diagnosed with terminal colon cancer , LaKind stepped down before the tour to focus on his health. The success of Cycles led to the release of 's Brotherhood , also on Capitol. The group members grew their hair back out, wore denim and leather, and attempted to revive their biker image of the early s. In spite of the makeover and strong material led by Simmons' now trademark "Dangerous" featured in the Brian Bosworth biker film Stone Cold , Brotherhood was unsuccessful, in part due to a lack of support from Capitol Records.
The accompanying tour with the lineup sans Bumpus , which also featured Joe Walsh on the bill, was ranked among the ten least profitable tours of the disappointing summer season by the North American Concert Promoters Association. The Doobie Brothers alumni band reunited on October 17 and 19, , at the Concord Pavilion in Concord, California to perform benefit shows for LaKind's children. LaKind, terminally ill with colon cancer, joined the group on percussion for a few numbers.
The concerts were recorded and subsequently broadcast on the Superstars in Concert radio series accompanied by a plea for contributions to the LaKind family fund. When the band emerged yet again in , Hartman and Porter retired from the road for good but Knudsen and McFee rejoined the Doobie Brothers on a full-time basis after Southern Pacific disbanded. After Weeks left the tour to resume his session work, Cowan played bass for both bands.
Bumpus also left to join the reunited Steely Dan, giving way to saxophonist, keyboardist, and harmonica player Danny Hull. Their tour included co-headlining appearances with Foreigner. With renewed energy in the mids, the band began to experiment with different arrangements of several tunes.
They even pulled from McDonald's songbook from time to time, eventually restoring " Takin' it to the Streets " to the setlist with Simmons and new bass guitarist Skylark who joined in substituting for McDonald on lead vocals. The band has toured continuously since The "Dreams Come True" tour featured all three primary songwriters and singers and reflected all phases of the band's career.
McDonald remains an occasional special guest to this day and has joined the group for benefits, private corporate shows, and parties such as the wedding reception of Liza Minnelli and David Gest. Saxophonist Marc Russo ex- Yellowjackets joined in early , replacing Hull. In the late s, the band obtained an injunction preventing confusing or misleading uses of "The Doobie Brothers" moniker in advertisements promoting a tribute band featuring former members McCracken, Bumpus and Shogren. In , Rhino Records released the group's first box set , Long Train Runnin': — , which featured remastered tunes from the band's entire catalog, a new studio recording of the live concert staple "Little Bitty Pretty One", and an entire disc of previously unreleased studio outtakes and live recordings.
Rhino's release the following year, Sibling Rivalry , was the band's first new studio album since The material reflected contributions from both Knudsen and McFee, ranging from rock to hip-hop, jazz, adult contemporary, and country. The album sold poorly, reflecting the declining sales throughout the adult-oriented rock musical scene. On June 22, , while heading to a show at Caesars Tahoe in Lake Tahoe, Hossack suffered multiple fractures in a motorcycle accident on Highway 88 and had to be airlifted to a Sacramento-area hospital, where he underwent surgery.
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