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Cycles (The Doobie Brothers album) - Track Listing
... of the Border" (Johnston) – 423 "Time Is Here and Gone" (Bobby LaKind, John McFee, Keith Knudsen) – 352 "Need a Little Taste of Love" (Marvin Isley, Ernie Isley, Ronald Isley, O ...
The Doobie Brothers - Band Members
... drums, percussion, backing vocals Bobby LaKind – percussion, vocals 1979–1980 Patrick Simmons – guitars, banjo, flute, vocals John McFee – guitars, violin ... Chet McCracken – drums, percussion Bobby LaKind – percussion, vocals Cornelius Bumpus – saxophone, flute, keyboards, vocals 1988–1989 Tom ...
Bobby La Kind
... Bobby LaKind (1945 – December 24, 1992) was a conga player, vocalist, songwriter and occasional live backup drummer with The Doobie Brothers ... After observing LaKind goofing around on the congas after a concert, the band took notice of his talent and asked him to join as a sideman for studio ... colleagues from the various line-ups played two concerts to benefit a trust for LaKind's children in 1992 ...
The Doobie Brothers - Career - Michael McDonald Years
... During the period of transition, the band also elevated former roadie Bobby LaKind to onstage backup vocalist and percussionist ... In the studio, LaKind first contributed percussion to Streets but had been a member of the band's lighting crew since 1974 ... apparent, founding drummer Hartman, longtime guitarist Baxter and LaKind exited through the revolving door ...
The Doobie Brothers - Career - Reunion Years and Beyond
... Chet McCracken, Michael McDonald, Cornelius Bumpus, Bobby LaKind and Tiran Porter ... in his own right, banged percussion and LaKind sometimes played Knudsen's trap set while the latter came to the front of the stage to join the chorus ... Simmons, Hartman, Porter and Hossack, plus more recent addition LaKind, and released Cycles on Capitol Records in 1989 ...