The Doobie Brothers are the latest band to tackle full-album sets in their shows. The group's first ever full-album performances will play over two nights at Manhattan's Beacon Theatre; with the band tackling 1972's Toulouse Street -- plus select hits -- on Thursday, November 15th, and 1973's The Captain And Me -- plus select hits -- on Friday, November 16th. 1972's Toulouse Street featured such instant classics as "Listen To The Music," "Rockin' Down The Highway" and "Jesus Is Just Alright." 1973's The Captain And Me featured such standouts as "Long Train Runnin'," "China Grove," and fan favorites "South City Midnight Lady," and "Without You."

Co-founder Tom Johnston told us the band is already starting to runthrough material while on the road: "We've been workin' on it at soundchecks and we'll be rehearsing it in our off time after we get off the road. 'Should be quite a trip -- we've never done anything like this, I'm lookin' forward to it and it seems like a fun thing to do. I've always been curious how people would react to hearing it sequenced live, y'know, playing it live in album sequence as opposed to the way you'd normally play live. 'Cause it's a different thing altogether, listening to record than it is to a live performance."

AUDIO: TOM JOHNSTON ON DEEP CUTS FOR BEACON RUN
AUDIO: TOM JOHNSTON ON PLAYING FULL ALBUM SETS