Don”t Stop To Watch The Wheels – The Doobie Brothers – Minute By Minute

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The Doobie Brothers – Minute by Minute. Minute by Minute is the eighth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers, released in 1978. The Doobie Brothers: Minute by Minute”. This page was last edited on 25 February 2018, at 15:55. The song was one of the few non-disco No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 during the first eight months of 1979. The lyrics tell a story of a man who is reunited with an old love interest and attempts to rekindle a romantic relationship with her before discovering that one never really existed.

Michael Jackson once claimed he contributed at least one backing track to the original Doobie Brothers recording, but was not credited for having done so. This was later denied by the band. 1978 album Nightwatch, and a live version on his 1980 album Kenny Loggins Alive. Loggins’ original version switches several of the gender pronouns, so that it is sung largely from the perspective of the woman in the encounter.

40 on Billboard’s Disco Action Chart in April 1979. What a Fool Believes” is a 12″ vinyl EP by Matt Bianco, released in 1991. 1978: Kenny Loggins himself recorded a version of his song from the album Nightwatch. 2000: Dionne Warwick – from Dionne Sings Dionne Vol. This section does not cite any sources. The song was featured on the original movie soundtrack of Frankie and Johnny. The song was featured in Jeremy Clarkson’s Top Gear review of the E60 BMW M5.

The Doobie Brothers performed the song as the musical guests on the 27 January 1979 episode of Saturday Night Live. The song was used in the 1982 movie Personal Best. The song is featured in the 2013 video game Grand Theft Auto V on the in-game radio station Los Santos Rock Radio, which was hosted by the song’s co-writer Kenny Loggins. The song plays in a scene in The Simpsons episode, “The Monkey Suit”. Grammy Awards Record of the Year Winners”. VH1’s 40 Most Softsational Soft-Rock Songs”.