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Photo Album

by Doctor Dan's Music Show

attempts to categorize the band's music always end up in Hyphen City: alt-country-punk-Americana-blues-roots rock under the influence of Bob Dylan and Lou Reed...Sort of.
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1. Superhero
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2. American Trash
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3. Rise Up
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4. Abdicate the Throne
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5. Asleep and Awake
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6. National
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7. Take It Back
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8. Tainted Love
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9. Doctor Dan's Blues
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10. Holiday Blues
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11. Opium
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12. Baseball Song
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Album Notes
Photo Album (featuring Patti Rothberg)

“Dr. Dan aims at an unpretentious blues-rock sound with funk & country influences and he does it well.” –Relix

Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty worked in the same tradition as blues heroes of old, performing in dive bars and private parties across the USA. Doctor Dan’s Music Show follows that same tradition. Dr. Dan first performed at age 13 at the local community center and continued with thousands of stops at juke joints, dive-bars and small theaters from the East Coast to the West Coast, hitting Nashville, Austin, Memphis and New Orleans with members of Fats Dominoe’s band—and it continues today, paying dues, ducking bar stools and flying beer bottles, and surviving the brutal road from Jackson Hole to Jacksonville. Good times performing with members of Steely Dan, Aretha Franklin’s band, Gregg Allman’s bands and finally gaining enough recognition to perform at Farm Aid with Willie Nelson and Neil Young. Dan says, "I think Johnny Cash wrote ‘I’ve been everywhere, ma’ about me!"

Guitar great Arlen Roth discovered that Dr. Dan was one of those tunesmiths who writes meaningful songs from his generation’s perspective. When he was 15, Arlen produced the first Doctor Dan’s Music Show EP, featuring legendary blues bassist and songwriter Jerry Jemmott. Jerry and Dan went on to perform hundreds of shows over the years, including several with legendary drummer Bernard Purdie.

Because of Dr. Dan’s experience and ability to charm with a knowing smile, musicians like guitarist James Maestro (Mott The Hoople) and Patti Rothberg were eager to become involved when the opportunity arose to record Photo Album. But attempts to categorize the band's music always end up in Hyphen City: alt-country-punk-Americana-blues-roots rock under the influence of Bob Dylan and Lou Reed...Sort of.

“Dr. Dan’s music is not chiseled and clean. It's raw. Listen to it with your heart and you'll feel it.”
–Kenny Aronoff


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