Johnson McCloud & the Doobies - We Gotta Record Something album FLAC
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Johnson McCloud, Hagen. Johnson McCloud is a musician and songwriter based in Hagen.
Song from the record "Require, Secret", released in 2018. Artwork by Totenmusik.
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Johnson McCloud, mainly known as the singer of the band "The Blue Angel Lounge", based in Hagen/ Germany, is a solo-artist calling his dearest friends for some drony, atmospheric diy experience. We gotta record something. Recordings from 2014. Bandcamp New & Notable Mar 3, 2018.
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The Doobies now sounded like friends, not gang guys. Their soft shuffle feels California all through. Warners Goes Doobies. For no good reason, they picked one of the album’s songs, naming album two for a New Orleans street in its French Quarter. The album’s innerspread photo caught attention as well. McDonald recalled that, too: I knew the record company was panicked about any change in the band. They were leery about getting a new guy. I was thrilled to have had the gig, but I wasn’t expecting all that much. Before the album was released, Johnson had his songs in it withdrawn. He left the band he’d co-founded. He was side-lined once again from exhaustion. Now they were complex, musically, and close even to what we in the business were calling cool jazz. 1978 – Minute by Minute reversed the malaise of Fault Line.
Best of The Doobies is the first greatest hits album by The Doobie Brothers. The album has material from Toulouse Street through Takin' It to the Streets, and is also a diamond record. The album was first released by Warner Bros. Records in November 1976 and has been re-released numerous times. Side One. "China Grove" (Tom Johnston) – 3:14. Long Train Runnin'" (Johnston) – 3:23. Takin' It to the Streets" (Michael McDonald) – 3:36. Listen to the Music" (Johnston) – 3:49.
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Boogie rock and buoyant harmonies mark this California band’s remarkable first phase from 1971 to 1976. With soulful singer Tom Johnston, they offset sparring chunky guitars ( China Grove ) with sprightly funk rock ( Listen to the Music ) and even shades of Southern gospel ( Black Water ). When the smoky-voiced Michael McDonald took over from Johnston in 1975, the band adopted a slicker, more jazzy feel with the cruisey Takin’ It to the Streets. Best of the Doobies (Remastered) The Doobie Brothers.
|A1||We Gotta Record Somethin'||02:38|
|A3||Why Are You Looking So Sad||02:59|
|A5||The Coldest Light||01:51|
|B6||Blue Sea Diver||03:50|
- Drums – Simon Röll
- Guitar – Lars (Orti) Ortmüller, Robin Brieseck
- Vocals – Nils Ottensmeyer
Notesby Johnson McCloud (aka Nils Ottensmeyer) with the mighty help of good friends, such as Simon Röll, Robin Brieseck and Lars (Orti) Ortmüller.
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