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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 30, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: ANTI Records
  • ASIN: B00E3JGCEW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,319 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Dr. Dog s Third studio album on Anti, B Room, marks the band s greatest point of clarity in more than a decade of performing and recording. Their arrangements, while still ambitious, are much simpler, moving past the multi tracked pastiche of earlier efforts into a unique and vibrant band voice. Indeed, It is this discovery of the band collective as a compositional tool that makes B Room the most cohesive, soulful, loose, and plain fun record of their career.

Customer Reviews

Plus you can sing/SCREAAAAAM Oh Nellie!!!!
Cletus van Damme
The album gets off to a great start with the mellow track The Truth.
Dustin
B-Room is a dramatic reversal of sorts for Dr. Dog.
TheDude

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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Cletus van Damme on October 3, 2013
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How do you do it? How does a band contentiously keep their core sound while evolving at the same time?

Dr. Dog is the third porridge.

There are some bands (I'm looking at you Jack Johnson) who just continuously keep close to home and keep making pretty much the same sound... Hey if it ain't broke why fix it? J.J.'s "From Here To Now To You" doesn't tell me as a listener ANYTHING. This could have been made this year, or in 2001.. There hasn't been much growth ( I still love you sir!)..

But then there is the other route (I am SOO looking at you Sufjan Stevens). You create an unique sound that is just incredible, then you decide to completely recreate yourself, which leaves me the listener lost and sad.

Then there is Dr. Dog. This is a band that keeps tinkering, keeps playing around, keeps not being satisfied with their last outing. But at the same time knows that what they did last time was successful and satisfying to their listeners.
This is not the same band that made "Be the Void".. And that band was not the same that made "Shame Shame".. And that was not the same that made "Fate"...

B Room once again proves that Dr. Dog is that AMAZING balance of

Comfort + Surprising

Surprising Comfort

What more do you want Out of an album? Out of a band? Out of life??

Plus you can sing/SCREAAAAAM Oh Nellie!!!! the many catchy choruses this album provides, and dance in your shorts.

Seriously, just stop reading the ramblemlings from this man in Dayton and buy this album. Amazon has Prime for a reason
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Mullen on October 4, 2013
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Usually my first listens of a new album (even from bands I love) are done with a skeptical ear and things don't really click till many listens later. It's like i get caught in the "eh but it's not as good as they're last or the one before".

But this was a total blast from the get-go! Some seriously catchy stuff here (Rock and Roll???). Toby's vocals sound better recorded in the mix than ever.

I LOVE THIS BAND
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Hubner on October 3, 2013
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I've attempted to post an in-depth review of this album on Amazon several times and each time I have it's been rejected by the Amazon gremlins. Not sure why. There's no bad language, it's not too short nor too long, I'm not posting ads in it, and I explain why I love this album like I do in clear, complete sentences.

It doesn't make any sense to me.

So, since I'm really tired of attempting this review I will keep it as simple as possible. Here's what I think of Dr. Dog's B-Room: It's good. It's really, really good. If you've been on the fence in the past, now's the time to jump on over into their yard and take a listen. If you've loved Dr. Dog since the 'Toothbrush' days, well they won't disappoint you. Buy this album.

Thank you.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Charles W. Sharon on October 4, 2013
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B-Room has a great live sound without being over produced. Dr. Dog's melodies are refreshing and will haunt your mind after a couple of listens. Definitely worth the investment! See them live, simply amazing!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dustin on November 21, 2013
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This album is a less experimental, more fun album with more of a rock and pop influence. Although more experimental than Be The Void. I suggest you get the deluxe edition if you want more of an experimental experience.
The album gets off to a great start with the mellow track The Truth. Followed by the upbeat Broken Heart which as much as I want to dislike because of the bubble gum pop feel, I find myself listening to just as much, if not more than the other tracks. The third track might be my favorite off the whole album. Minding The Usher, it might just be one of the coolest tracks of all time. With it's dark and groovy feel, you'll wish it just goes on and on. Next is the gospel influenced Distant Light, I don't have too much to say about this track, what you see is what you get. Phenomenon wears it's country backing really well, it's probably one of the more experimental tracks on the standard version. Now it's time for the slow beautiful track Too Weak Too Ramble, Toby pulls this great track off wonderfully. Long Way Down is other excellent track. It reminds me of some of their earlier stuff. I can't really get into Cuckoo, I think it lacks lyrically. Now Twilight I can get behind. It sounds like something off of one of their first records, It's a beautiful track that feels really refreshing. Rock & Roll is my least favorite track, it just seems generic. I like Love, it's defiantly another highlight. It's very upbeat and fun with an infectious chorus. I don't fell strongly about Nellie either way its just kinda there. Now for the deluxe tracks, which I enjoy very much. Mt. Slippery is a really different track, because it's a barbershop quartet style track. Which I like very much. Can't Remember sounds like it got took off of Fate, not that its a bad thing.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Charlie Quaker on October 25, 2013
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On their 8th album, Philadelphia’s Dr. Dog play it loose & fun, with a classic country pop edge that mixes a number of styles: 50s roots-harmony indie pop, backporch gospel-clap Dylan rock, banjo-pickin’ folk music with horns & fiddles & odd sounds, acoustic guitar-strum traditional style folk ballads, funky keyboard blues numbers, pretty & twisted psych/pop ballads, and more. An overall raucous and eclectic sense of down-home good-time music pervades “B-Room”. Sort of like a mix of Wilco and The Band, playing at the local bar with a sloppy, but heartfelt, style of diverse Americana. Not bad, but I long for the “finished” feel and honest beauty of 2010’s “Shame, Shame”.
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