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|Three Dog Night|
35th Anniversary Hits Collection
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Three Dog Night is back with brand new recordings of old favorites with symphonic backgrounds that remain faithful to the original versions. Three Dog Night sounds as great as ever on this 19 track collection, including fo... more »
Three Dog Night is back with brand new recordings of old favorites with symphonic backgrounds that remain faithful to the original versions. Three Dog Night sounds as great as ever on this 19 track collection, including four bonus tracks, two of which have never before been released. Featuring the 2002 Grammy Award-winning London Symphony Orchestra as well as the Tennessee Symphony, Three Dog Night takes their already stellar career to new heights with a celebration of their past and present in this nostalgic release.
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35th Is Purty Good
David D. McFarland | Oceanside, California United States | 09/18/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I had my reservations about this one until I saw them "Live" a few weeks ago and this is almost a soundtrack to their show. I see reviews it is "not" the real Three Dog Night but get over it! how many bands stay original, some bandmates get booted, some die, that's life, anyway, I recommend this one because it is pretty good. Standout tracks are Liar, Out In The Country, Sault Ste Marie & One. Also includes some "Live" versions at end of the CD. So really, if you liked the band from the beginning, try the newer version, they sound pretty good. If you want the original members, buy a best of because these tracks are newly recorded in 2004 and sound great.
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Good new recordings from Three Dog Night
Larry Legend | Paducah, KY | 03/16/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"First of all, if someone is going to buy an album of new recordings from a band thats been around for 40 years there is a very good chance some of the original members wont be on it. Buyers should do a little more research in these types of situations. The current version of Three Dog Night has been together for quite a while now. I was quite impressed with the new studio versions of the classic hits. The symphony sounds great on BLACK & WHITE and OUT IN THE COUNTRY particularly. LIAR & MAMA TOLD ME NOT COME rock harder than expected. Speaking of unexpected, the new song OVERGROUND is terrific, if it had made it onto radio I think alot of people would've been impressed. I would have liked a new studio version of ELI'S COMING instead of a live version but overall i'm more than happy with this cd. Of course I would love to see Chuck (and floyd) back in the band but i'm glad Cory & Danny are keeping the Three Dog Night name alive......and very well I might add."