Sunday, January 19, 2020

The Three Dog Night - Celebrate : The Three Dog Night Story (1965-1975 )


Mike Allsup - guitar .Gordon DeWitte - organ ,
Jimmy Greenspoon -keyboard,Danny Hutton - vocals
Gary Itri - acoustic guitar ,Skip Konte - keyboard
Chuck Negron - vocals ,Gene Page - conductor
Jack Ryland - bass ,Joe Schermie - bass
Floyd Sneed - percussion, drums ,Ron Stockert - Fender Rhodes
Patrick Sullivan - cello,Cory Wells - vocals
Rusty Young - pedal steel
Three Dog Night scored a succession of 21 hit singles, including eleven Top Tens, and twelve consecutive gold albums from 1969 to 1975, thanks to the slick, sometimes soulful vocal harmonies of singers Danny Hutton, Chuck Negron, and Cory Wells and an excellent ear for quality material. While often criticized as commercial, the band was noted for its creative arrangements and interpretations, and their cover choices gave exposure (and royalties) to several talented songwriters: Nilsson ("One"), Laura Nyro ("Eli's Coming"), Randy Newman ("Mama Told Me (Not to Come)"), Hoyt Axton ("Joy to the World"), Argent's Russ Ballard ("Liar"), and Leo Sayer... Read More...

Celebrate: The Three Dog Night Story, 1965-1975 is a two-CD greatest hits album by American rock band Three Dog Night, released in 1993

One of the better compilations of Three Dog Night material, Celebrate covers all the important bases in the popular singles band's career. There's a brief hint of pre-3DN material from co-lead singers Danny Hutton and Cory Wells (no Chuck Negron), along with one stellar, tragically unreleased track from the band's brief Redwood incarnation, the Brian Wilson-penned "Time to Get Alone." The remainder of this two-CD collection recaps the group's many Top 40 hits along with choice album tracks. The songs are judiciously chosen, and the liner notes provide insights into the band's creative process and internal skirmishes, but there's nothing in the way of remastered tracks or uncovered obscurities. Nevertheless, this is a better option for Three Dog Night fans than any of the numerous single-disc greatest hits collections available, simply because there are no glaring oversights in the song choices. The expanded selection also makes the set a great one to convert anyone not yet warm to Three Dog Night's intricate harmony stylings: just play them the gorgeous non-singles "It's for You," "My Impersonal Life," and "I'd Be So Happy" back to back. ~( Joseph McCombs, All Music Guide)


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