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Dr. Dog takes a more collaborative approach on their latest album

Dr. Dog’s latest album, “B-Room,” is more in line than previous albums with the psychedelic band’s live shows.
Dr. Dog’s latest album, “B-Room,” is more in line than previous albums with the psychedelic band’s live shows.
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From its first home-recorded album, 2001’s “The Psychedelic Swamp,” through last year’s “Be the Void,” Dr. Dog has focused exclusively on guitarist Scott McMicken and bassist Toby Leaman’s songs. That dichotomy has been ditched on “B-Room,” the West Grove, Pa., psychedelic group’s third album for ANTI- records and eighth overall. The album, along with being the first to be recorded in the band’s new self-constructed studio, is the first to feature collaboration among all six ...


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