Listen to the Music: The Top Five Doobie Brothers Guitar Moments
From "Black Water" to "China Grove," our guide to the Doobies' top five guitar moments.
From What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits (1974)
Yes, the song's a cappella section is cool, and so is its violin part — but have you ever seriously listened to the greasy, swampy acoustic guitar line in this Patrick Simmons-composed masterpiece?
All that aside, the song's highlight is probably the solo section, which includes some witty interplay between guitar and violin, followed by a killer bass line that takes listeners by "the hand, hand" and leads them to the aforementioned a cappella part.
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