The Doobie Brothers – Dangerous

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The Doobie Brothers are an American rock band. The group has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide throughout their career. The band has been active in five decades, with their biggest success occurring in the 1970s. The group was inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004. Drummer John Hartman arrived in California in 1969 determined to meet Skip Spence of Moby Grape and join an aborted Grape reunion.

Spence introduced Hartman to singer, guitarist, and songwriter Tom Johnston and the two proceeded to form the nucleus of what would become The Doobie Brothers. In 1970, they teamed up with singer, guitarist, and songwriter Patrick Simmons and bass guitarist Dave Shogren. Simmons had belonged to several area groups (among them “Scratch”, an acoustic trio with future Doobies bassist Tiran Porter) and also performed as a solo artist.

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The Doobie Brothers – Dangerous

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The 1987 Doobie Brothers alumni band reunited on October 17 and 19, 1992 at the Concord Pavilion in Concord, California to perform benefit shows for LaKind’s children. Noticeably frail, LaKind, who was terminally ill with colon cancer, nevertheless joined the group on percussion for a few numbers. The concerts were recorded and subsequently broadcast on the Superstars in Concert radio series accompanied by a plea for contributions to the LaKind family fund. Bobby LaKind died on December 25 the same year. (I was at that Show!)

“Dangerous” is a song by The Doobie Brothers, from their 1991 album Brotherhood with Patrick Simmons singing the lead vocal. The song deals with riding down a road where danger is surrounding the protagonist of the song at every turn. But the song tells that it’s because of these dangers that the man continues to ride and loves every minute of it.

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