Dr. Dog

For the uninitiated, Dr. Dog is a Philadelphia based indie outfit playing a variation of reverent sounds culled from the what could be described as the fruits of a a dedicated 1970s vinyl enthusiast’s collection. We love it. Along with Richard Swift, Dr. Dog is one of our favorite bands right now making this kind of music — see the MP3s below for a taste.

Aquarium Drunkard is proud to present Dr. Dog, live, at The Troubadour October 20th with special guests Apollo Sunshine and The High Strung. We have three pairs of tickets to give away to AD readers. To win a pair, please leave your name, a valid email address, and your favorite album from 1972. Winners will be notified be email by the 18th.

Dr. Dog :: The World May Never Know
MP3: Dr. Dog :: My Old Ways
Amazon: Dr. Dog – We All Belong

www.drdogmusic.com ++ www.myspace.com/drdog ++ www.troubadour.com

+ The Dr. Dog catalog is available for download, Free, via eMusic’s trial offer

7 Responses to “Aquarium Drunkard Presents :: Dr. Dog”

  1. My favorite album of 1972 is Exile on Main Street by the Rolling Stones.

    Then again, Curtis Mayfield’s “Superfly” showcased in ’72 as well 🙂

  2. Thanks for posting these. I like the 1 track I have by these guys and am keen to hear more. If I lived in SoCal I’d come check them out at your gig. All the best.

  3. The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars: David Bowie.

    My dad left me the vinyl test pressing of this album for me and it’s an album that I can never forget.

  4. 1972 was a good year. leon russell ‘carney’

  5. Transformer by Lou Reed!!!

  6. Uncle Nick’s PINK MOON. 1972, and every year after, was blessed, for that album was in the world.

  7. I liked Richard Swift when he opened for Wilco.

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