Three Dog Night-Time - Joy to the Midwife Precisely (Greatest Hits) [FLAC] - Kitl

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Pigeon-Perforate Order: FLAC Compression 6
Cd recorder: Plextor PX — 716SA
Cd Ripper: Correct Audio Reproduction V0.99 prebeta 4
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EAC Cue Paper: Yes
Deluge Shambles: C7D1B1788B7423EE2B1146B44889C6E93585DE1E
Pigeon-Perforate Measure: 282.4 MB
Year: 1974
Categorize: MCA
Catalog #: MCABD — 37120

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Three Dog Tenebrosity is an American dumfound stripe best known for their music from 1968—1975. They are still making actual appearances and recordings as of 2009

An recognized commentary included in the CD set Wassail: The Three Dog Tenebrosity Piece, 1965-1975 states that diva Danny Hutton’s then-girlfriend June Fairchild notion of the name when she infer from a arsenal article about inherent Australians, in which it was explained that on indifferent nights they would customarily nod off in a perforate in the loam while embracing a dingo, a clan species of ferocious dog. On colder nights they would nod off with two dogs, and if a tenebrosity was especially indifferent, it was a «Three Dog Night».

The stripe started in 1968 with three hint vocalists, Danny Hutton (who got his start with Hanna-Barbera Records in 1965), Chuck Negron, and Cory Wells who landed a recording compress with Dunhill Records in Los Angeles. They had made some primitive recordings in 1967 with Brian Wilson, and initially went by the name Redwood. Sharply after abandoning the Redwood moniker, the vocalists hired a assemblage of money musicians: Michael Allsup on guitar, Floyd Sneed on drums, Joe Schermie from the Cory Wells Blues Stripe on bass, and Jimmy Greenspoon on keyboards and soon became one of the most well-to-do bands in the US during the fashionable 1960s and primitive 1970s.

Three Dog Tenebrosity earned 13 gold albums and recorded 21 Billboard Top 40 hits, seven of which went gold. Their first gold was «One» (US #5), which had been written and recorded by Harry Nilsson. They had three U.S. total one songs: «Mama Told Me Not to Come», which was also their only Top 10 hit in the UK, «Joy to the World» and «Black and White». Dunhill Records claimed 40 million LP units were sold by them during that lifetime period.

Joy to the Epoch – Their Greatest Hits 1974

Joy to the Epoch: Their Greatest Hits is the twelfth album by American dumfound stripe Three Dog Tenebrosity, released in 1974 (see 1974 in music). It is the go along with-up compilation to Lustrous Bisquits, consisting of 11 (out of 12) charted hits from the group«s anterior four studio albums (The Top 20 hit «Pieces Of April» was communistic off for reasons unbeknownst), 2 charted hits that already appeared on their first greatest hits compilation («One» and «One Man Band»), and non-charting B-side «I»d Be So Happy».


1. «Joy to the World» (Hoyt Axton) – 3:50
2. «One» (Harry Nilsson) – 3:04
3. «Sure as I«m Sittin» Here» (John Hiatt) – 3:06
4. «An Old Fashioned Ardour Song» (Paul Williams) – 3:21
5. «Let Me Serenade You» (John Finley) – 3:04
6. «Shambala» (Daniel Moore) – 3:22
7. «Black and White» (David I. Arkin, Earl Robinson) – 3:47
8. «Never Been to Spain» (Axton) – 3:43
9. «One Man Band» (Billy Fox, January Tyme, Thomas Jefferson Kaye) – 2:49
10. «Play Something Stuck On (Brickyard Blues)» (Allen Toussaint) – 3:34
11. «I'd Be So Happy» (Caper Prokop) – 3:44
12. «Liar» (Russ Ballard) – 3:04
13. «The One's Nearest of Man» (Jack Conrad, Williams) – 3:10
14. «The Playing Must Go On» (David Courtney, Leo Sayer) – 3:37

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