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Performer: The Doobie Brothers
Title: Minute by Minute
Style: Album Rock,Blue-Eyed Soul,Boogie Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Soft Rock,Soul
Duration: 36:16
Location: Warner Bros. Studios, North Hollywood, CA
Relesed: December, 1978
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 112
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Minute by Minute (The Doobie Brothers song). Redirected from Minute by Minute (song)). Minute by Minute" is a song written by Michael McDonald and Lester Abrams originally released by the Doobie Brothers on their 1978 album Minute by Minute. The single was released in April 1979, debuted at number 67 on 5 May 1979, and reached number 14 on 23–30 June 1979 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart

Band Name The Doobie Brothers. Album Name Minute by Minute. Erscheinungsdatum 1978. Labels Warner Music Group. 2. What a Fool Believes. 4. Dependin' on You. 5. Don't Stop to Watch the Wheels. 8. Steamer Lane Breakdown. 10. How Do the Fools Survive?

The Doobie Brothers is the debut studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers. The album was released on April 30, 1971, by Warner Bros. It is their only official studio album to feature original bass player Dave Shogren on all tracks, who left during the recording of their second album. The first single from the album, "Nobody," failed to chart, as did the album itself

Producers Ted Templeman. Writers Carole Bayer Sager, Jeff Baxter, Kenny Loggins & 6 more. More The Doobie Brothers albums. Show all albums by The Doobie Brothers. D. The Doobie Brothers. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space.

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Watch the video for Minute By Minute from The Doobie Brothers's Greatest Hits for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. They have sold over 22 million albums in the United States from the 1970s to the present. The Doobie Brothers were inducted into The Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004. In 1969, singer, guitarist and songwriter Tom Johnston and drummer John Hartman formed the nucleus of what would become The Doobie Brothers.

Get the Tempo of the tracks from Minute By Minute (1978) by The Doobie Brothers. BPM Profile Minute by Minute. Album starts at 97BPM, ends at 102BPM (+5), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Doobie Brothers. Stampede, Takin' It to the Streets.

Minute by Minute" is a song written by Michael McDonald and Lester Abrams originally released by the Doobie Brothers on their 1978 album Minute by Minute. The single was released in April 1979, debuted at number 67 on 5 May 1979, and reached number 14 on 23–30 June 1979 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It was nominated for a Grammy Award for Song of the Year, but lost out to The Doobie Brothers' own "What a Fool Believes". Minute by Minute" did not repeat its predecessor's success, but reached the Top 20, peaking at number 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart The song also had some chart success outside the US, reaching number 34 in New Zealand and 47 in the U. .

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Here to Love You Michael McDonald The Doobie Brothers 4:01
2 What a Fool Believes Kenny Loggins / Michael McDonald The Doobie Brothers 3:45
3 Minute by Minute Lester Abrams / Michael McDonald The Doobie Brothers 3:27
4 Dependin' on You Michael McDonald / Patrick Simmons The Doobie Brothers 3:50
5 Don't Stop to Watch the Wheels Jeff Baxter / Michael Ebert / Patrick Simmons The Doobie Brothers 3:25
6 Open Your Eyes Lester Abrams / Rev. Patrick Henderson / Michael McDonald The Doobie Brothers 3:18
7 Sweet Feelin' Kenny Loggins / Michael McDonald / Patrick Simmons / Ted Templeman The Doobie Brothers 2:42
8 Steamer Lane Breakdown Patrick Simmons The Doobie Brothers 3:25
9 You Never Change Patrick Simmons The Doobie Brothers 3:29
10 How Do the Fools Survive? Jeff Baxter / Michael McDonald / Carole Bayer Sager / Patrick Simmons The Doobie Brothers 5:18

Credits

Lester Abrams - Composer, Keyboards, Piano (Electric), Vocals
David Alexander - Photography
Jeff Baxter - Composer, Group Member, Guitar, Guitar (Steel)
Byron Berline - Fiddle, Violin
Norton Buffalo - Harmonica
Rosemary Butler - Vocals
Ben Cauley - Trumpet
Loyd Clifft - Engineer
The Doobie Brothers - Primary Artist
Michael Ebert - Composer
John Hartman - Drums, Group Member
Rev. Patrick Henderson - Composer
Steve Hoffman - Mastering
Tom Johnston - Guitar, Vocals
Keith Knudsen - Drums, Group Member, Vocals
Bobby LaKind - Conductor, Congas, Vocals
Donn Landee - Engineer
Nicolette Larson - Guest Artist, Vocals
Kenny Loggins - Composer
Andrew Love - Guest Artist, Horn, Saxophone
Michael McDonald - Arranger, Composer, Group Member, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Vocal Harmony, Vocals
Sumner Mering - Guitar, Soloist, Synthesizer
Christine Morse - Pre-Production
Bill Payne - Keyboards, Synthesizer
Herb Pedersen - Banjo
Tiran Porter - Bass, Group Member, Vocals
Carole Bayer Sager - Composer
Patrick Simmons - Composer, Group Member, Guitar, Vocals
Bruce Steinberg - Cover Design, Design Coordinator
Ted Templeman - Composer, Percussion, Producer
Reviews (1)
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With four Grammy awards & the band's second Number One single, one would get the impression that this is the pinnacle of the Doobie's releases & rich history, at least of the Michael McDonald era.Maybe not. This is in many ways an excellent album, still very listenable & smooth, with much to recommend it, but at the same time, it starts to show the limitations of the "Michael McDonald sound" the Doobies were known for at the time. I mentioned it being smooth. It is, in places too smooth & too slick, with too much of the calculated 70s LA laid back R&B/MOR groove.Still, don't get me wrong, it's high points are numerous. McDonald delivers on "Here To Love You", "Minute By Minute" & "Open Your Eyes" three stunning numbers that suit his soul drenched voice to a T, backed up by gorgeous harmonies & stellar playing. The bigger hit "What A Fool Believes" pales just a touch in comparison to this trio of great songs. McDonald's other main contribution "How Do The Fools Survive" begins with a great piano solo from Lester Abrams & closes with a killer jazzy guitar solo from Jeff Baxter & has some great musical passages, but in between is the silly lyrics in which McDonald takes on the role of a Creator, commenting on humanity & all it's shortcomings.Pat Simmons also fares well on this album. His song "Depending On You" was the third hit pulled from the album, & is a catchy & enjoyable song, mixing the best of the original Doobies sound with the laid back vibes of the McDonald era. Speaking of that original Doobies sound, "Don't Stop To Watch The Wheels" is a definitive & catchy as hell throwback to that sound, giving the album a much needed dose of R&R energy. "Sweet Feelin" is a nice little slice of acoustic driven pop-soul, with an appealing harmony/counterpoint vocal from Nicolette Larson. "You Never Change" sounds like a leftover from the "Livin' On The Fault Line" sessions, which is a compliment, as it has that same smooth jazzy/R&B groove of that album. Pat's weakest track is the corny but amiable & fun bluegrass influenced instrumental "Steamer Lane Breakdown".There's not a bad track on Minute By Minute, but the overall feeling is sometimes too slick & smooth, especially when compared to the two previous releases with McDonald. Just a wee bit of style over substance here.Four stars & deserving of them.

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