Three Dog Night - Suitable For Framing (1969)

Three Dog Night is an American rock band, originally active from 1968 to 1976.

Three Dog Night had begun a successful career with their hit cover version of Harry Nilsson's "One" from their first album, which made it to #5 in early 1969. Their second album came out that same year, with another fantastic selection of cover songs, in rocking vocal-centric arrangements, and proved to be an even greater success. The songs included Dave Mason's "Feelin' Alright", Sam Cooke's "A Change Is Gonna Come", Elton John's "Lady Samantha", and Laura Nyro's "Eli's Coming". The album generated three more hits - "Celebrate", written by Alan Gordon, got to #15, "Eli's Coming" made it to #10, and "Easy To Be Hard", originally from the musical Hair, became their biggest hit to date at #4.

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1 comment:

KDNYfm said...

Three Dog Night were actually a pretty good's really too bad none of them could write songs.
I actually saw them about a year ago (and should be 2 Dog Night) but I couldnt believe that they were talking about songs they covered that were covered by others saying those people 'stole' songs from them. Without even giving credit to the actual songwriters.
But thanx for this album, it's one of the 2 3DN lps I still own on vinyl.