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Three Dog Night - Original Favorites mp3 album

Three Dog Night - Original Favorites mp3 album Performer: Three Dog Night
Title: Original Favorites
Style: Prog Rock
Size MP3: 1835 mb
Size FLAC: 1445 mb
Rating: 4.8

Three Dog Night (also known as One) is the self-titled debut album by American rock band Three Dog Night. The album was originally released by Dunhill Records on October 16, 1968. The album is known for featuring the band's top 5 hit single, "One", although it was not on the original releases of the album. The album made the Top 20 on the albums charts in the United States and Canada. It has been reissued multiple times by Dunhill, MCA, and Geffen record labels.

1974's JOY TO THE WORLD was actually Three Dog Night's second greatest hits, compilation, after the popular GOLDEN BISCUITS, most of which this double-album-length set repeats. Three Dog Night - 20th Century Masters Millennium Collection CD NEW.

Naturally (Three Dog Night album). Naturally is the fifth album by American rock band Three Dog Night, released in 1970. It produced two top ten hits: "Joy to the World" ( in February) and "Liar" (.One Man Band" reached the top 20 (.The only original by the band is the instrumental "Fire Eater". I Can Hear You Calling" (Pentti Glan, Roy Kenner, Hugh Sullivan, Domenic Troiano) – 2:56.

Nom de l'album Three Dog Night. Date de parution Janvier 1969. Labels Dunhill Records. Membres possèdant cet album2. 3. Heaven Is in Your Mind. 4. It's for You. 6. Chest Fever.

When Three Dog Night struck gold with "Joy To The World" in 1971, fans worldwide acclaimed their driving pop/rock sound and powerful harmonies. Today Three Dog Night delivers their signature sound to audiences spanning generations. The current Three Dog Night line up features founding members Cory Wells and Danny Hutton on lead vocals as well as original keyboardist Jimmy Greenspoon and Michael Allsup (lead guitar). Paul Kingery (bass), and Pat Bautz (drums) have joined the group since it reformed in 1981 after a six-year hiatus. Three Dog Night toured extensively during the seventies, breaking attendance records in venues ranging from concert halls to football stadiums. In 1975, however, the rigors of non-stop roadwork caught up with the group. We became disenchanted," Wells says today, "We just quietly backed out of the picture.

Weighing it at a generous 20 tracks, The Best of Three Dog Night may be a little much for some casual listeners, yet it's unquestionably the definitive collection, featuring all of their hits, plus a nice selection of album tracks. There isn't anything major missing, and while some of the non-singles material isn't particularly strong, there are enough worthwhile moments to make this a fairly consistent, enjoyable listen, in addition to being the one Three Dog Night album most fans will need.

Three Dog Night was one of the most successful bands of the late 1960s and early to mid 1970’s that made of career of covering songs from outside writers. The group took songs from some of the industry’s greatest songwriters and turned them into mega smash singles. The only other band who had done something similar to what Three Dog Night was doing was the Fifth Dimension.


A1 Joy To The World 3:30
A2 Mama Told Me (Not To Come) 2:19
A3 Black And White 3:45
A4 Family Of A Man 3:04
A5 Liar 3:02
A6 Shambala 3:45
B1 The Show Must Go On 3:28
B2 Never Been To Spain 3:42
B3 Old Fashioned Love Song 3:28
B4 One 3:01
B5 Eli's Coming 2:40
B6 Out In The Country 3:08

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