The Doobie Brothers – Stampede


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Stampede by the Doobie Brothers courtesy of Warner Brothers and YouTube:
This album came out in 1975 & I snapped it up right away
and have always been glad I did.

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The Doobie Brothers – Stampede
(full album)

Hot Doobies from 1975

The Daily Walk with Miracles, republished June 4, 2017, by Paul Evans, (email paul.miracles57@gmail.com), main music video is The Doobie Brothers Stampede, courtesy of Warner Brothers and YouTube. This album came out in 1975. I snapped it up right away and have always been glad I did. To see my own, particular beliefs (politically and economically) and understand more about me, including what has happened to me in these last twelve years, please see my Paul Evans: Truthful Status Update, The Daily Walk with Miracles, June 2, 2017, by Paul Evans.

We won’t burden you with (many) links or descriptions, let’s “listen to the music.” The Doobie Brothers at this time had most of their original personnel: (Tom Johnston – guitars, vocals; Patrick Simmons – guitars, vocals; Jeff “Skunk” Baxter – guitar, steel guitar; Tiran Porter – bass, vocals; John Hartman – drums; and Keith Knudsen – drums, vocals). Also see The Doobie Brothers Toulouse Street (1972) right here on The Daily Walk with Miracles. Featured graphic image courtesy of Yahoo.com.

A Treat for you would be to also watch Doobie Brothers Chicago 1977 Full Concert, RockItNowAlready and YouTube – 58:06, which has some great commentary in an interview with the band, and also watch our own Full Album: The Doobie Brothers – Toulouse Street (1972), (The Daily Walk with Miracles, courtesy of YouTube, August 16, 2016. I can still remember the quizzical look my dad gave me when I was in high school and I brought THAT album home and played it. Rock On, people!

Visit The Doobie Brothers (who now are touring with Journey) on Facebook or see their Official website.

Track List
01. Sweet Maxine – 00:00
02. Neal’s Fandango – 04:26
03. Texas Lullaby – 07:35
04. Music Man – 12:37
05. Slack Key Soquel Rag – 16:10
06. Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me A Little While) – 18:07
07. I Cheat The Hangman Feat Maria Muldaur – 21:49
08. Precis – 28:25
09. Rainy Day Crossroad Blues – 29:23
10. I Been Workin’ On You – 33:09
11. Double Dealin’ Four Flusher – 37:35

The Doobie Brothers – Stampede

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