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|Three Dog Night|
Celebrate: Three Dog Night Story
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
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Janie T. (dancingreader) from LINCOLN, NE
Reviewed on 2/16/2007...
very good cd and i love these guys then & now...must be outta my mind getting rid of this one! lol
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Really wonderful, but not complete
T. Pileggi | Valley Stream, NY United States | 07/08/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This group was the soundtrack to my adolescence & young adulthood. They were my first rock concert, and I saw them close to a dozen more times. I could hardly wait till they released their next album, and ran out and bought it right away. I could go on about their music, but most fans probably already know all about the complex harmonies, the changing line-ups (remember vocalist Jay Gruska or the rhythm section from Rufus stepping in?)Celebrate is a terrific document, but misses a lot of the gems that were never singles. Coming Down Your way, American Pastime & It's A Jungle are very under-represented albums here. And those three, along with Around The World still haven't made it to CD. I'd love to see a boxed set of all their albums, along with the rarities remastered and made available. For fun, throw in Corey Well's disco-tinged solo effort which came out after the breakup, and why not S.S.Fools, the original backup band's subsequent album. Three Dog Night may not have the reputation of Led Zeppelin or the Beatles, but they sure had a huge fan base. And they knew how to make a good pop song (remember when pop song wasn't considered a bad thing?). Anyway, buy this set, but keep pushing for the complete CD re-release of the entire catalogue. Three Dog Night gave us fun and excitement during turbulent times, their concerts were wall-to-wall pop & rock music perfection, and they seemed to actually like their fans."
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GretschViking | Northeastern, USA | 09/09/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Great set here. Three Dog Night have some of the greatest harmonies of all time. It includes long out of print mono mixes of many their singles. The edited monophonic 45 mix of 'Joy To The World', which features a guitar solo mixed out of the stereo version, is a breath of fresh air. 'Time To Get Alone' is an interesting listen since it is Three Dog Night under their original moniker of 'Redwood'. Brian Wilson produced the song for them but it went unreleased. The Beach Boys used the same backing track on the album, '20/20'. 'Til The World Ends' is absolutely incredible. It really is a shame that this song is virtually ignored by radio these days. The packaging is very nice. Inside the rather informative booklet is the original cancelled sleeve for the album 'It Ain't Easy'. This box will fill a major void in your CD collection."