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Category: Three Dog Night

Three Dog Night – Shambala

April 6, 2013 | 1973, Group, Three Dog Night, Top 40

This Three Dog Night song is currently used in a Bank of America commercial. Shambala was written by Daniel Moore and the version by Three Dog Night reached Number 3 on the Charts. As it turns out it would be their 2nd to last Top 10 song 1974′s The Show Must Go On would reach […]

Three Dog Night – Joy To The World

May 5, 2011 | 1971, Group, Three Dog Night, Top 40

During 1971 everyone was singing the opening line, “Jeremiah was a Bullfrog” of this song. Three Dog Night doesn’t get the acknowledgment today that they deserve. From 1969 until 1974 they were one of the most popular bands around. They performed this song at both the 1971 and 1972 Grammy Awards ceremony. Not too many, […]

Three Dog Night – Liar

August 3, 2009 | 1971, Group, Three Dog Night

Liar was Three Dog Night’s single release after their chart topping song of 1971, Joy To The World. The song peaked at number 7. The song was on their 1970 album Naturally and was the third and last single released off of the album. Liar originally recorded by the group Argent and was written by […]

Top Songs – 1971

July 15, 2009 | 1971, Carole King, Commentary, Osmonds, The Who, Three Dog Night

It seems as if nearly everyone has a single year that stands out as the one the produced their favorite songs. Or maybe I should say a year that produced more of their favorite songs than any other. For me that year was 1971. It was the year that I became a teenager and listened […]