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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by VWAmTele, Oct 29, 2020.
Great song, great musicians
really a fun take on this - ya....
Ooooh, I like
That was a good un...
Just an FWI:
John Cowan on bass/vocals from the '80's New Grass Revival days, now a Doobie!
Also the all-purpose awesome guitar ( Rick and Steel ) of John McFee, who replaced Tommy Johnston ( on guitars, not singing,) before his return years later.
( also in Clover)
Really solid, and versatile players here in 'Supergroup Doobie Bros.!'
These zoom style collaborations might be catching on. Fidelity, great film of each artist and they can even multi-track. What about Jeff Beck, Paul Rodgers, Marco Minnemann, and Tal Wilkenfeld?
Another group of my Bay Area Boys who done good!
its amazing how great Tommy looks, not far off from his 70's self!
It's a great version, but it really needed Michael McDonald to run into the studio and hit those lower notes hard:
I saw this earlier in the week and decided to like it as a "music video" rather than a video recording of musicians playing.
Framing - only one instrument is seen in full frame, w/ cord visible.
All others obscure the bottom of guitar/bass, until the outdoor scene, when its obvious the guitar is NOT plugged in.
I love to see Peter Frampton smile.
But my opinion is the video is a mime, like a large share of othe music videos.
Not a crime; just not a recorded performance.
Peace - Deeve
oh yeah! bringin' it back... well done boys
Nice. I was never a fan of that song or the Doobie Brothers. But I really enjoyed that performance. It don't come easy.
Nice surprise - I thought we were heading for another weather thread!
Fabulous, thanks for posting. One of my favorite Clapton songs, always loved the bass line in particular.
Dig gin’ this for sure! Thanks so much for posting.
One of the guitarists looks like Frampton.
Wonderful take on a really great song!
Clapton would love it!!!!