The Doobie Brothers were a pop-rock band whose members were actually not brothers. Best known songs by The Doobie Brothers include "Listen To The Music" (1972), "Black Water" (1975), "What A Fool Believes" (1979), and "The Doctor" (1989).
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The Doobie Brothers
- Black Water 1974
(This song topped the charts.)
- China Grove 1973
- Jesus Is Just Alright 1972
(This song was previously a hit for the Byrds (1970).)
- Listen To The Music 1972
- Long Train Runnin' 1973
- Sweet Maxine 1975
- Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me) 1975
(This song was previously a hit for Kim Weston (1965).)
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