B-Room

B-Room

by Dr. Dog
     
 

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While the old cliché claims that you can't ever go home again, B-Room, Dr. Dog's first album in their new studio, makes a pretty strong case for just building a new home. Continuing to use the same collaborative process the group began to explore on Be the Void, it feels as though a place to callSee more details below

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While the old cliché claims that you can't ever go home again, B-Room, Dr. Dog's first album in their new studio, makes a pretty strong case for just building a new home. Continuing to use the same collaborative process the group began to explore on Be the Void, it feels as though a place to call their own was the missing ingredient for the bandmembers. Despite it only being a year since their last release, it feels as if Dr. Dog are refreshed and reinvigorated, returning to the studio with an enthusiasm and warmth that shines through on the album. This gives B-Room a kind of comforting warmth that's hard to resist as it throws its metaphorical arms over listeners' shoulders and invites them to sing along. B-Room also feels like the band's most soulful work to date. On album opener "The Truth," Dr. Dog evoke the Philly soul of their native Pennsylvania with a song that finds them infusing their pop leanings with the lush sounds of classic acts like the Delfonics. This opener creates a nice nostalgic feeling, putting listeners in the right headspace for the rest of the album as Dr. Dog weave together the sounds of the past to create something that somehow feels both fresh and ornate. While it shouldn't be a surprise for a Dr. Dog album to be a beautifully crafted slice of psych-pop goodness, the magic of the band lies in its ability to consistently beguile listeners with a sound that shows all the mark of genuine craftsmanship, something B-Room delivers from start to finish.

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Product Details

Release Date:
09/30/2013
Label:
Anti
UPC:
0045778729920
catalogNumber:
87299
Rank:
46204

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dog   Primary Artist
Antibalas   Horn
Matt Bauder   Baritone Saxophone
Stuart Bogie   Tenor Saxophone
Jordan McLean   Trumpet
Greg Perkins   Fiddle
Mickenz   Group Member
Old Tober   Group Member
F.X. Mackanoid   Group Member
Z.U.   Group Member
Gasoline Monster   Group Member
Slick   Group Member

Technical Credits

Earl Slick   Horn Arrangements
Brian Lucey   Mastering
Dog   Composer,Producer,Engineer
Nicky Devine   Back Cover Photo
Nathan Sabatine   Producer,Engineer

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