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  1. No Lookin' Back is the second solo studio album by American musician Michael McDonald.It was released on July 30, 1985 by Warner Bros. Records, three years after his debut studio album, If That's What It Takes (1982); this was his last album to be released by Warner Bros. For the first time, he co-produced and wrote or co-wrote all of the tracks.

  2. Michael McDonald recorded it with his sister Maureen McDonald providing background vocals. It was featured on If That's What It Takes, his first solo album away from The Doobie Brothers. Released as a single, it peaked at No. 4 on the U.S. Billboard Pop Singles charts, #7 R&B and #8 on the Adult Contemporary chart.

  3. What a Fool Believes. " What a Fool Believes " is a song written by Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins. The best-known version was recorded by the Doobie Brothers (with McDonald singing lead vocals) for their 1978 album Minute by Minute. Debuting at number 73 on January 20, 1979, the single reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on April ...

  4. Michael McDonald. Soundtrack: The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Michael McDonald was born on 12 February 1952 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. He is an actor and composer, known for The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005), No Way Out (1987) and Twister (1996).

  5. 25. Apr. 2023 · Michael McDonald is one of the greatest songwriters, composers and singers in America. His husky multi octave baritone stands out in the soulful Rhythm and Blues songs that he creates. The five time Grammy winner was born in Missouri on February 12, 1952 and grew up loving the music of the 1960’s. He performed with several bands while in school.

  6. 4. Okt. 2017 · Michael McDonald - "What a Fool Believes" (Live at WFUV) - YouTube 0:00 / 3:46 Michael McDonald - "What a Fool Believes" (Live at WFUV) WFUV Public Radio 146K subscribers Subscribe 1.1M...

  7. 24. März 2023 · Future Doobie Brother Michael McDonald was in L.A., trying to make a name for himself as a keyboard player and songwriter when he realized he'd have to sell cocaine in order to make connections, as per Rolling Stone. "If you were the guy who had a gram in your pocket, you were golden." McDonald would sell coke to musicians and anyone else who ...