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  • Performer: The Doobie Brothers
  • Title: Stampede
  • Size FLAC ver: 1648 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 2013
  • Style: Classic Rock
  • Other formats: ADX APE AHX AUD DXD FLAC RA
  • Genre: Rock / Funk
  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
The Doobie Brothers - Stampede album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Sweet Maxine
Arranged By [Horns] – Paul RiserWritten-By – Simmons*, Johnston*
2 Neal's Fandango
Written-By – Patrick Simmons
3 Texas Lullaby
Arranged By [Strings] – Nick DeCaroWritten-By – Tom Johnston
4 Music Man
Arranged By [Strings, Horns] – Curtis MayfieldOrchestrated By – Richard Tufo*Written-By – Tom Johnston
5 Slat Key Soquel Rag
Written-By – Patrick Simmons
6 Take Me In Your Arms
Arranged By [Strings, Horns] – Paul RiserCongas – Bobbye Hall PorterVocals – Jessica Smith, Sherlie Matthews, Venetta FieldsWritten-By – Holland-Dozier-Holland
7 I Cheat The Hangman
Arranged By [Strings] – Nick DeCaroTrumpet – Conte Condoli*, Pete Condoli*Vocals – Maria MuldaurWritten-By – Patrick Simmons
8 Precis
Written-By – Jeff Baxter
9 Rainy Day Crossroad Blues
Arranged By [Strings] – Nick DeCaroConcertmaster – Harry BluestoneGuitar [Bottleneck] – Ry CooderWritten-By – Tom Johnston
10 I Been Workin' On You
Drums, Percussion – Carl Himmle*Vocals – Jessica Smith, Sherlie Matthews, Venetta FieldsWritten-By – Tom Johnston
11 Double Dealin' Four Flusher
Arranged By [Horns] – Paul RiserWritten-By – Patrick Simmons

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Warner Bros. Recording Studios
  • Mastered At – Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
  • Recorded At – The Burbank Studios
  • Recorded At – Curtom Studios
  • Recorded At – Record Plant, Sausalito
  • Recorded At – Creative Workshop
  • Licensed From – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Rhino Entertainment Company

Credits

  • Art Direction – Ed Thrasher
  • Design – John And Barbara Casado
  • Engineer – Donn Landee, Travis Turk
  • Featuring – Jeff "Skunk" Baxter*, John Hartman, Keith Knudsen, Patrick Simmons, Tiran Porter, Tom Johnston
  • Keyboards – Bill Payne
  • Management – Bruce Cohn
  • Marimba, Percussion – Victor Feldman
  • Photography By – Jill Maggid, Michael Maggid
  • Producer – Ted Templeman
  • Remastered By – Rob LoVerde

Notes

Mini LP replica format with gatefold cardboard sleeve.

Recorded and originally mastered at Warner Bros. Recording Studios, N. Hollywood.
Additional recording at The Burbank Studios, Burbank;
Curtom Studios, Chicago;
The Record Plant, Sausalito.
"I Been Workin' On You" recorded at Creative Workshop, Nashville.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 21797 20616 7
  • Matrix / Runout (CD layer): Sony DADC A0102228806-A911 17
  • Matrix / Runout (HD layer): Sony DADC A0102228806-B911 18
  • Mastering SID Code (CD layer): IFPI L557
  • Mastering SID Code (HD layer): IFPI L558
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94B1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BS 2835 The Doobie Brothers Stampede ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Warner Bros. Records BS 2835 US 1975
W 456094 The Doobie Brothers Stampede ‎(Cass, Album) Warner Bros. Records W 456094 Italy 1975
WBC 1279 The Doobie Brothers Stampede ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records WBC 1279 Mozambique 1975
K 56094 The Doobie Brothers Stampede ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records K 56094 UK 1975
10555 The Doobie Brothers Stampede ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records 10555 Colombia 1975




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Stampede is the fifth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers. The album was released on April 25, 1975, by Warner Bros. It was the final album by the band before Michael McDonald replaced Tom Johnston as lead vocalist and primary songwriter. The album has been certified gold by the RIAA. Stampede showed the band diversifying elements of their sound more than ever before, combining elements of their old sound as well as country-rock, funk and folk music.

Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Doobie Brothers. That being said, the Doobie’s only other song to chart from Stampede was Sweet Maxine, and that peaked at on the charts, leaving fans wondering where this hit making machine had vanished to so quickly.

The Doobie Brothers' rootsiest album to date, Stampede was virtuoso soulful countrified rock of a gritty nature, crossing over into blues as well as reaching back to a raw, traditional rock & roll sound that wouldn't have sounded too out of place 20 years earlier

Stampede is the fifth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers. Recording and content. Many guest musicians contributed on the album including Maria Muldaur, Ry Cooder and Curtis Mayfield. The first and most successful single released from this album was "Take Me in Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While)" on April 23, 1975, a classic Motown tune written by the legendary songwriting trio of nd. Tom Johnston had wanted to record the song for several years.

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Comments (2)

Memuro
When one considers how poorly Stampede was received, and that’s not to say that Stampede didn’t have its moments, it’s simply that those singles’ record moments can be trimmed down to one or two good songs, with that brilliant and emotional inspiration now infused with ringing guitar enlightenment, where “Take Me In Your Arms” the Motown classic rides as one of their all time best numbers, and still is. That being said, the Doobie’s only other song to chart from Stampede was “Sweet Maxine,” and that peaked at #40 on the charts, leaving fans wondering where this hit making machine had vanished to so quickly.Now, that’s not to say Stampede isn’t a really fine album, because it is, with many suggesting that it’s under appreciated and far better than The Captain & Me. It’s an album filled with a mixture of smokey swampy rock, laced with an abundance of charm that can easily be traced right back to Toulouse Street, where here that fusion of sound, a mixture of folk, R&B and rock is still ever-present … it’s simply been revamped, repositioned, filled with shifting tempos, elegant chord progressions and melodies that stand as fresh and excitingly new, where the songs Simmons and Johnston wrote being more eclectic and filled with a sonic diversity. I would dearly love to say that Stampede was a culmination where the Doobie Brothers reached their creative peak, but that would be such a bold statement that even I dare not make it.Here, the Doobies polish their sound in a different manner than ever before, bringing the best elements of that sound front and center, making this record totally unique in its own right. Add to that, Jeff Baxter, late of Steely Dan, was finally a full fledged member, where he was responsible for the addition of yet a third guitar, one that bestowed a heretofore unheard stylish steel jazz sound. This allowed several of the tracks, when all three guitars were working in unison, to bring out an unmatched quality that have been compared to the Allman Brothers and even The Eagles, making it an album that although reached number four on the charts, was dismissed and un- appreciated simply because it was not in line with previous releases. Some of the guitar work is actually beautiful, jaw dropping in its nature, which was also unexpected.The album should have been headed to the top of the charts, which it was, but it should have been loved, not sold charted and forgotten, as the Doobies had developed into one of America’s true supergroups. The record is filled with good-time wanderlust with a distinctive sound that might have fit in during the latter years of the 60’s. For most fans the opus was the incredible “I Cheat The Hangman,” and as good as that song is, it’s totally revisionist, drawn from the past, which is no doubt why so many instantly gravitated toward it. Regardless, the record flows and flowers with great guitars and intermingled harmonies that are filled with genuine emotion and quality of structure. The band’s use of strings, horns and enchanting backup vocals all lend themselves effortlessly to the music, creating a defining moment at the high point of their career. Why fans simply moved this record to the back of their record racks and forgot it is beyond me. *** The Fun Facts: The haunting song “I Cheat The Hangman” was written after Pat Simmons read Ambrose Bierce’s classic ghost story “An Occurrence At Owl Creak Bridge”, regarding a Civil War soldier who did not realize he was dead.Review by Jenell Kesler
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Unlike the other Doobie Brothers SACDs from this series, this one does not contain a booklet.

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