Friday, December 28, 2012
Let The Music Play – The Story Of The Doobie Brothers DVD Review
To say the Bay Area music scene had a lasting influence on Rock and Roll would be an understatement. At the tail end of that period came the Doobie Brothers, named after their left-handed cigarette of choice. The Doobie’s sound was unique, contrasting Tom Johnston’s chunky guitar rhythms against Pat Simmons’ more intricate finger picking style and incorporating three-part (or more) harmonies. The formula worked, as more than 40 years later, we are still talking about them. The DVD, Let The Music Play – The Story Of The Doobie Brothers, does justice to the legacy of this classic band.
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