Listen to the Music" is a song recorded by the Doobie Brothers on their second album Toulouse Street. This song was the Doobie Brothers' first big hit in 1972. It was written by Tom Johnston.
Listen to the Music: The Very Best of the Doobie Brothers is a compilation album by American rock band the Doobie Brothers, released in 1993. The album includes a remix version of Long Train Runnin'. The album includes 19 tracks on the album. The album reached at number 10 on the ARIA Charts and it also peaked at number 19 on the Official New Zealand Music Chart.
Produced by Ted Templeman. Album Toulouse Street. Listen to the Music Lyrics. Don't you feel it growing, day by day People getting ready for the news Some are happy, some are sad Woah, gotta let the music play. What the people need is a way to make them smile Ain't so hard to do if you know how Gotta get a message, get it on through Oh now momma don't you ask me why. Oh, oh, oh listen to the music Oh, oh, oh listen to the music Oh, oh, oh listen to the music All the time.
Features Song Lyrics for The Doobie Brothers's Listen to the Music album. Listen to the Music (Motiv8 12" mix) Lyrics. 3. Listen to the Music (Rampantly Pleasurable mix) Lyrics. 5. Listen to the Music (Overworld Extended mix) Lyrics. 6. Listen to the Music (original version) Lyrics. 7. 8. What a Fool Believes Lyrics. The Doobie Brothers Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
The Doobie Brothers' first hit, this was written by the band's lead vocalist Tom Johnston, who also played guitar on the track. He told us about this song: "It was all based around this somewhat Utopian view of the world. The song was re-recorded by The Doobie Brothers for the country-tribute album Southbound. The new version features a vocal contribution from Blake Shelton, and Hunter Hayes on guitar. The record is a collection of the band's greatest hits featuring lead and backing vocals from a multitude of country artists as well as former vocalist Michael McDonald On a personal note: Without the Doobie Brothers, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is a joke! Bruce from San Jose, CaSuch a happy, foot-tappin' feel-good song!
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Listen to the Music" is a song recorded by The Doobie Brothers on their second album Toulouse Street, released in 1972. It was written by Tom Johnston, the band's lead vocalist and guitarist. The song was their first big hit in 1972 and it remains a concert staple for the band. Johnston told Songfacts, that Listen To The Music "was all based around this somewhat Utopian view of the world. Still the One. Orleans.
Lyrics to "Listen To The Music" song by The Doobie Brothers: Don't you feel it growin', day by day People gettin' ready for the news Some are happy, some are sa. .Don't you feel it growin', day by day People gettin' ready for the news Some are happy, some are sad Oh, we got to let the music play What the people need Is a way to make 'em smile It ain't so hard to do if you know how Gotta get a message Get it on through Oh, now mama's. go'n' to after 'while Oh, oh, listen to the music Oh, oh, listen to the music Oh, oh, listen to the music All the time. album: "Toulouse Street" (1972).