Three Dog Night – Three Dog Night/Suitable For Framing
2 on 1 CD – £9.99
Catalog No. BGOCD865
- These two albums were originally released in 1969 on the Stateside-Dunhill Record label. The band took their name from an Australian expression describing low nocturnal temperatures in the outback (the colder the night, the more dogs needed to keep warm while sleeping).
- From 1969-1974, thanks to the vocal harmonies of Danny Hutton, Chuck Negron and Cory Wells and an ear for quality material, Three Dog Night was a very popular band in America with 21 consecutive Top 40 hits, 18 straight Top 20s, 11 x Top 10s, 7 x No.1s, 7 million-selling singles and 12 Gold LPs. By late ‘75, they had sold nearly 50 million records.
- Harry Nielson’s ‘One’ opens the first LP here and reached No.5 in the US singles chart (later versions of this album were called ‘One’ to ride on the popularity of the song).
- Suitable For Framing contains two Top 10 hits: ‘Easy To Be Hard’ (US #4), from the rock musical Hair, and ‘Eli’s Coming’ (US #10), written by Laura Nyro. The track ‘Celebrate’ was a US #15 hit, and a version of the Elton John/Bernie Taupin song ‘Lady Samantha’ was also a hit single for Three Dog Night.
- Three Dog Night: One
- Heaven Is In Your Mind
- It’s For You
- Let Me Go
- Find Someone To Love
- Bet No One Ever Hurt This Bad
- Don't Make Promises
- The Loner
- Try A Little Tenderness
Suitable For Framing: Feelin’ Alright?
- Lady Samantha 8 Dreaming Isn’t Good For You
- A Change Is Gonna Come
- Eli’s Coming
- Easy To Be Hard
- Ain’t That A Lotta Love
- King Solomon’s Mines
- Circle For A Landing