Album: Suitable For Framing
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Was there ever a band that was more machine-tooled for late 60s/early 70s AM radio than Three Dog Night? Featuring three racially ambiguous-sounding vocalists, Chuck Negron, Cory Wells and Danny Hutton, and the pick of great songs from the era’s greatest songwriters — their debut featured songs from Lennon-McCartney, Robbie Robertson, Neil Young, Randy Newman, and Harry Nilsson, the last of which provided their first big single — Three Dog Night had 11 top ten singles from 1969-1974, starting with Nilsson’s “One,” and ending with Leo Sayer’s “The Show Must Go On.”