Three Dog Night/Suitable for Framing

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All Music Guide - Bruce Eder
Anyone waiting for MCA to upgrade the Three Dog Night album catalog -- and it needs doing, the American CD versions having been mastered two decades ago -- need look no further than this excellent two-LP-on-one-CD collection. From the opening piano on "One," it's like several layers of hiss have been removed, and the transfer has resolution sufficient so that the playing on everything from the rhythm section out forward is crystal clear, just like the nuances of the singing throughout come through in vivid detail -- and the volume has been pushed a lot harder as well. Not only does the sound make this CD truly "suitable for framing," but the annotation gives a pretty good ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Bruce Eder
Anyone waiting for MCA to upgrade the Three Dog Night album catalog -- and it needs doing, the American CD versions having been mastered two decades ago -- need look no further than this excellent two-LP-on-one-CD collection. From the opening piano on "One," it's like several layers of hiss have been removed, and the transfer has resolution sufficient so that the playing on everything from the rhythm section out forward is crystal clear, just like the nuances of the singing throughout come through in vivid detail -- and the volume has been pushed a lot harder as well. Not only does the sound make this CD truly "suitable for framing," but the annotation gives a pretty good account of the coalescing of the group and the making of the two albums, albeit from the British perspective, which is a little strange -- yes, Gott Discs is a British company, so it's not odd in that regard that they should tell the story that way, only in that, except for one brief moment in their history a little later than this, Three Dog Night wasn't a fraction as successful in England as they were in the United States, so their story is told here once-removed, so to speak. Still, the account is good and no one can argue about the merits of the music, or Gott Discs finally doing what MCA should have done a long time ago with these two albums.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/12/2009
  • Label: Bgo - Beat Goes On
  • EAN: 5017261208651
  • Catalog Number: 865
  • Sales rank: 27,059

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Three Dog Night Primary Artist
Cory Wells Guitar, Group Member
Mike Allsup Guitar, Group Member
Jimmy Greenspoon Keyboards, Group Member
Danny Hutton Guitar, Group Member
Chuck Negron Guitar, Group Member
Joe Schermie Bass, Group Member
Floyd Sneed Drums, Group Member
Technical Credits
Tim Hardin Composer
Jim Capaldi Composer
Sam Cooke Composer
Elton John Composer
John Lennon Composer
Dave Mason Composer
Paul McCartney Composer
Randy Newman Composer
Harry Nilsson Composer
Laura Nyro Composer
Robbie Robertson Composer
Neil Young Composer
Jimmy Campbell Composer
Galt MacDermot Composer
Garry Bonner Composer
Gary Burden Cover Design
Bill Cooper Engineer
Dick Cooper Composer
Alan Gordon Composer
Danny Hutton Composer
Gabriel Mekler Producer, Audio Production
Richard Podolor Engineer
Don Preston Composer
Floyd Sneed Composer
Bernie Taupin Composer
Johnny "Guitar" Watson Composer
Danny Whitten Composer
John Tobler Liner Notes
James Rado Composer
Gerome Ragni Composer
Wayne Kimbell Art Direction
Harry Woods Composer
Ernie Shelby Composer
Harry Connelly Composer
Robyn Winwood Smith Composer
Chris Wood Composer
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