show recap: dr. dog
    • TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2010

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    Photos by Kristina Walters. For more shows, check out our photo section


    In New York City, the dedicated bands Dr. Dog and Deer Tick played a nutso show at Terminal Five on Saturday to conclude a US tour, each promoting an album... Dr. Dog with Shame, Shame (out now), and Deer Tick with the forthcoming The Blackdirt Sessions (out 6/8). These are their stories. BOM BOM.

    Deer Tick, dressed all in drag, was surprisingly engaging, despite eyeliner and lipstick? SUSPECT. At the end of the set, singer John Mccauley planted a wet one on lead guitarist Ian O'Neil, formerly of Titus Andronicus. By the time Dr. Dog showed up, the place was super packed and there was no question who was guilty. OF ROCKING (I'm so sorry). Check out our photos section for more pics from the evening [COMING SOON]. -joe

    [set lists via Brooklyn Vegan]

    Deer Tick:
    Easy
    Baltimore Blues
    New Song
    Ashamed
    New Song
    These Old Shoes
    Chuck Berry Cover


    Dr. Dog:
    Stranger
    I Only Wear Blue
    The Old Days
    Army of Ancient
    Mirror, Mirror
    The Ark
    The Rabbit, The Bat, The Reindeer
    Hang On
    Unbearable Why
    Station
    Shadow People
    Shoulda Known Better
    Where'd All The Time Go
    The Beach
    The Breeze
    Changes
    Later
    Shame, Shame

    Encore:
    Jackie Wants a Black Eye
    Architecture in Helsinki cover
    My Friend

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