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Early live version 1974-75 The early version of Dogs is quite different to the version that ended up on the Animals album years later – both in terms of David’s playing and tone and the song’s structure.
As with Shine On and Sheep, Dogs was a very rough diamond and didn’t really take shape until the North American shows in early 1975.
Dogs dates back to the middle of the Dark Side of the Moon tour.
Roger’s lyrics dealt with his frustration and anger towards politics, the music industry and self-centred people who if needed would kill to get what they wanted – a theme he had also used for Shine On, Sheep and Have a Cigar.
David wrote most of the music later stated that he was particularly proud of the chord progression.
Although the solos resembles those he played on the early version they’re now much more defined – and more solos if you will – rather than just random blues improvisation.
David’s tone has also drastically changed from being warm and soulful as on the previous albums to a cold and bright presence.
David’s tone is a huge contrast to the bright, earpinching Hendrix influenced Dark Side of the Moon tones.