Abandoning their usual method of production and opting for a new experience, Dr. Dog recorded WE ALL BELONG on a twenty-four-track, two-inch tape machine as opposed to their previous releases, which were recorded on their faithful eight-track. To a band that thrives on using creative muscle to overcome the inherent limitations of a minimal amount of equipment, the twenty-four-track introduced new possibilities as new challenges. Taking full advantage of both, Dr. Dog managed to make an album that captures the organic spirit so important to the band while introducing new layers of vocal harmonies and textured instrumentation the band had only been able to imagine prior. "Continuing a Philly psychedelic tradition that spans from Bardo Pond to Sun Ra. - Spin"
Abandoning their usual method of production and opting for a new experience, Dr. Dog recorded WE ALL BELONG on a twenty-four-track, two-inch tape machine as opposed to their previous releases, which were recorded on their faithful eight-track. To a band that thrives on using creative muscle to overcome the inherent limitations of a minimal amount of equipment, the twenty-four-track introduced new possibilities as new challenges. Taking full advantage of both, Dr. Dog managed to make an album that captures the organic spirit so important to the band while introducing new layers of vocal harmonies and textured instrumentation the band had only been able to imagine prior. "Continuing a Philly psychedelic tradition that spans from Bardo Pond to Sun Ra. - Spin"
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Format: CD
Label: PKVN
Catalog: 12
Rel. Date: 02/27/2007
UPC: 723721265557

We All Belong
Artist: Dr. Dog
Format: CD
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Abandoning their usual method of production and opting for a new experience, Dr. Dog recorded WE ALL BELONG on a twenty-four-track, two-inch tape machine as opposed to their previous releases, which were recorded on their faithful eight-track. To a band that thrives on using creative muscle to overcome the inherent limitations of a minimal amount of equipment, the twenty-four-track introduced new possibilities as new challenges. Taking full advantage of both, Dr. Dog managed to make an album that captures the organic spirit so important to the band while introducing new layers of vocal harmonies and textured instrumentation the band had only been able to imagine prior. "Continuing a Philly psychedelic tradition that spans from Bardo Pond to Sun Ra. - Spin"

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Fresh off a Racon-tour with the Raconteurs, these '70s-besotted Philadelphians continue to channel some ancient AM radio signal broadcasting from the precise midpoint between the bizarro universe and our own.