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Celebrate - The Three Dog Night Story, 1965-1975


Download links and information about Celebrate - The Three Dog Night Story, 1965-1975 by Three Dog Night. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 42 tracks with total duration of 02:23:48 minutes.

Artist: Three Dog Night
Release date: 1993
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 42
Duration: 02:23:48
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No. Title Length
1. Roses and Rainbows (Single) 2:11
2. Funny How Love Can Be (Single) 2:36
3. Sinner Man (Single) 2:59
4. Time to Get Alone (Single) 2:49
5. If You Knew (Demo) 2:10
6. Nobody (Single) 2:23
7. It's for You (Single) 1:59
8. Try a Little Tenderness (Single) 4:25
9. One (Single) 3:04
10. Heaven Is in Your Mind 3:02
11. Easy to Be Hard (Single) 3:14
12. Eli's Coming (Single) 2:48
13. Lady Samantha 2:54
14. Mama Told Me (Not to Come) 3:20
15. Cowboy 3:40
16. Out in the Country 3:08
17. Your Song 3:57
18. Good Feeling 3:34
19. One Man Band 2:54
20. I Can Hear You Calling (Single) 2:58
21. Joy to the World (Single) 3:17
22. Liar (Single) 3:21
23. An Old Fashioned Love Song (Single) 3:50
24. Never Been to Spain (Single) 3:46
25. My Impersonal Life 4:24
26. The Family of Man (Single) 3:28
27. Going in Circles (Single) 3:08
28. You 3:01
29. Night in the City 3:17
30. Never Dreamed You'd Leave in Summer 3:44
31. Black and White (Single) 3:26
32. In Bed 3:57
33. Midnight Runaway 5:26
34. Pieces of April (Single) 4:14
35. Shambala (Single) 3:27
36. Our "B" Side (Single) 2:48
37. Let Me Serenade You (Single) 3:18
38. The Show Must Go On (Single) 3:48
39. Sure As I'm Sittin' Here (Single) 4:49
40. I'd Be So Happy (Single) 4:51
41. Play Something Sweet (Brickyard Blues) [Single] 4:51
42. 'Til the World Ends (Single) 3:32



One of the better compilations of Three Dog Night material, Celebrate covers all the important bases in the popular singles band's career. There's a brief hint of pre-3DN material from co-lead singers Danny Hutton and Cory Wells (no Chuck Negron), along with one stellar, tragically unreleased track from the band's brief Redwood incarnation, the Brian Wilson-penned "Time to Get Alone." The remainder of this two-CD collection recaps the group's many Top 40 hits along with choice album tracks. The songs are judiciously chosen, and the liner notes provide insights into the band's creative process and internal skirmishes, but there's nothing in the way of remastered tracks or uncovered obscurities. Nevertheless, this is a better option for Three Dog Night fans than any of the numerous single-disc greatest hits collections available, simply because there are no glaring oversights in the song choices. The expanded selection also makes the set a great one to convert anyone not yet warm to Three Dog Night's intricate harmony stylings: just play them the gorgeous non-singles "It's for You," "My Impersonal Life," and "I'd Be So Happy" back to back.