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  The Doobie Brothers: Toulouse Street
  "Toulouse Street"

The Doobie Brothers
Track listing:
  1. Listen To The Music
2. Rockin' Down the Highway
3. Mamaloi
4. Toulouse Street
5. Cotton Mouth
6. Don't Start Me Talkin'
7. Jesus Is Just Alright
8. White Sun
9. Disciple
10. Snake Man
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Review by Eyolf November 28, 2011 (3 of 3 found this review helpful)
Performance:   Sonics:
Very good sound on this one from Mofi. I was really glad when I played it. The music is really really good and the sound likewise. The music pops out and it flows out of the speakers with clarity, good weight and bass. Highly recomended. Why is this so good and the other Doobie Mofis so bad sounding?

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Review by pvcmusiclover April 11, 2012 (1 of 1 found this review helpful)
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This album has sonics that are more comparable to late 70s/early 80s releases and top-notch ATR machines (think EWF and Chuck Mangione) than early 70s rock & roll. Slightly bright, but defined treble and tonal color, not to mention a very wide "depth" of sound stage.

The MFSL release really lays everything bare, beating out any other version with their characteristically tight, detailed reproduction. Easily one my top five SACD titles. Throw out every other version you own - this is THE version.

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Review by lampertb January 28, 2011 (1 of 1 found this review helpful)
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Are you kidding me?! No one has reviewed this title yet?!

I have all three MoFi Doobie Brothers releases, and this one is by far my favorite.

Musically, this album is a real treat, mixing the rockers that you hear on the radio with cool (often acoustic) bluesy and/or folksy numbers... plus the expected and enjoyable "bar band" stuff. I had never heard the whole thing before I bought it, but SHOOT if I'm not glad that I did buy it! This album is really great!

Sonically, there are only two MoFi SACD releases that I have (I own approx. twenty-five) which can compete with this one in terms of both stereo separation and analogue-feel: "What's Going On" and the self-title BS&T release. Actually, forget the analogue-feel comment... this SACD is perhaps better than both of those other two.

Sweet, sweet acoustic guitars!

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