Brotherhood is the eleventh studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers. The album was released on April 15, 1991, by Capitol Records. It was their second and final album for Capitol. It also marked the final appearances on a Doobie Brothers album by bassist Tiran Porter and original drummer John Hartman. Four out of the ten tracks were written entirely by outside musicians, though two of these, songwriter Jerry Lynn Williams and Jim Peterik of Survivor also collaborated with Tom Johnston and Patrick Simmons on some of their compositions. The album contained no major hit singles but "Dangerous", Simmons' anthem to his passion for Harley-Davidson motorcycles peaked at #2 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and is still performed live by the band. Johnston's "Rollin' On" charted at #12 on the same listing.more »
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