Live at Wolf Trap

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Live at Wolf Trap
Live album by The Doobie Brothers
Released October 26, 2004
Recorded July 25, 2004 at Wolf Trap National Park, Virginia
Genre Rock
Length 79:33
Label Sanctuary
Producer Michael Drumm and Andrea Allen
The Doobie Brothers chronology
Divided Highway
(2003)
Live at Wolf Trap
(2004)
The Very Best Of
(2007)
Live at Wolf Trap
Video by The Doobie Brothers
Released October 26, 2004
Recorded July 25, 2004 at Wolf Trap National Park, Virginia
Genre Rock
Length 120 min. (concert only)
Label Sanctuary
Director Michael Drumm
Producer Michael Drumm and Andrea Allen
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars (CD)[1]
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars (DVD)[2]
Classic Rock 3/5 stars (DVD)[3]

Live at Wolf Trap is the third live album by US rock band The Doobie Brothers, released in 2004.

Wolf Trap is a National Park in Virginia, where the band performed live on July 25.

In addition to the CD, a DVD was released featuring, in addition to the CD setlist, "People Gotta Love Again", "Spirit", "Nobody", "Neal's Fandango", "Takin' It to the Streets" and "Without You", interviews, a photo gallery and other bonus features.

The album revived a handful of tracks the Doobies had not released live versions of before from Tom Johnston's original stint with the band. The set also included a cover of the rock and roll standard "Little Bitty Pretty One".

The album contains the final recordings of drummer and vocalist Keith Knudsen, who died shortly after its release.

CD track listing[edit]

  1. "Rockin' Down the Highway" (Johnston) - 3:30
  2. "Jesus Is Just Alright" (A. Reynolds) - 5:05
  3. "Dangerous" (Simmons) - 5:10
  4. "Another Park, Another Sunday" (Johnston) - 4:40
  5. "Steamer Lane" (instrumental) (Simmons) - 3:51
  6. "South City Midnight Lady" (Simmons) - 6:18
  7. "Snake Man" (Johnston) - 2:40
  8. "Five Corners" (McFee/Simmons) - 1:57
  9. "Rainy Day Crossroad Blues" (Johnston) - 4:58
  10. "Clear as the Driven Snow" (Simmons) - 5:47
  11. "Don't Start Me Talkin'" (Sonny Boy Williamson) - 7:55
  12. "Take Me in Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While)" (Holland/Dozier/Holland) - 3:45
  13. "Little Bitty Pretty One" (Byrd) - 4:03
  14. "Black Water" (Simmons) - 4:43
  15. "Long Train Runnin'" (Johnston) - 6:09
  16. "China Grove" (Johnston) - 3:22
  17. "Listen to the Music" (Johnston) - 5:40

DVD[edit]

  1. "Rockin' Down the Highway" (Johnston)
  2. "Jesus Is Just Alright" (A. Reynolds)
  3. "Dangerous" (Simmons)
  4. "Another Park, Another Sunday" (Johnston)
  5. "People Gotta Love Again" (Johnston)
  6. "Spirit" (Johnston)
  7. "Steamer Lane" (instrumental) (Simmons)
  8. "South City Midnight Lady" (Simmons)
  9. "Snake Man" (Johnston)
  10. "Nobody" (Johnston)
  11. "Five Corners" (McFee/Simmons)
  12. "Rainy Day Crossroad Blues" (Johnston)
  13. "Clear as the Driven Snow" (Simmons)
  14. "Neal's Fandango" (Simmons)
  15. "Takin' It to the Streets" (McDonald)
  16. "Don't Start Me Talkin'" (Sonny Boy Williamson)
  17. "Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me)" (Holland/Dozier/Holland)
  18. "Little Bitty Pretty One" (Byrd)
  19. "Black Water" (Simmons)
  20. "Long Train Runnin'" (Johnston)
  21. "China Grove" (Johnston)
  22. "Without You" (Johnston/Simmons/Porter/Hartman/Hossack)
  23. "Listen to the Music" (Johnston)

Personnel[edit]

The Doobie Brothers

Additional personnel

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jeffries, David. "Doobie Brothers Live at Wolf Trap (CD/DVD) review". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  2. ^ Horowitz, Hal. "Doobie Brothers Live at Wolf Trap (DVD) review". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  3. ^ Wilson, Rich (February 2005). "Show Stopper". Classic Rock 76. London, UK: Future Publishing Ltd. p. 112.