Three Dog Night

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Three Dog Night - Coming Down Your Way Coming Down Your Way
Pop New - LP ABCD 888 ABC
Sealed 1975 Embossed Cover Original, Small Cut Corner.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Seven Separate Fools Seven Separate Fools
Pop New - LP DSD 50118 ABC
Factory Sealed And Rare 1972 Original Boxed Version With Set Of Seven Color Cards 7" X 11". First Copy We Have Ever Seen With The Rare Custom Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - It's A Jungle It's A Jungle
Pop New - LP PB 5001 Passport
Sealed 1983 Original.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Joy To The World / Their Greatest Hits Joy To The World / Their Greatest Hits
Pop New - LP DSD 50178 ABC
Sealed, Rare 1974 Embossed Gatefold Cover Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. Tiny COH.... more details
 
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Joy To The World (Their Greatest Hits)
Pop Used - LP VIM 4054 MCA
1974 Japanese Pressing With Obi. ... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Captured Live At The Forum Captured Live At The Forum
Pop New - LP DS 50068 Dunhill
Sealed 1969 Gatefold Original. Crisp Corners, No Cut Out Holes. “Three Dog Night At One Point Were Achieving The Kind Of Popularity Only Previously Enjoyed By The Beatles And A Handful Of Other Groups, Pulling In Listeners From The Ranks Of Teeny-Boppers, College Kids, And The Then "Underground" FM Radio Audience. Captured Live At The Forum Was So Ubiquitous That It Turned Up With Astonishing Regularity In The Collections Of Kids Who Did A Lot Of Acid And Suburbanite Teens Who Otherwise Listened To The Carpenters And The Partridge Family. And With Good Reason: It Was The Album That Proved This Band Was More Than A Radio Phenomenon; That They Could (And Did) Make As Great Music On Stage As They Did On Their Records, And Their Reputation Was Made From It.” Bruce Eder, All Music Guide.... more details
 
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Three Dog Night
Pop Used - LP IPP 95037B Probe
Japanese Embossed Gatefold 2 LP With Obi And 12 Page Book. Gatefold Cover Is Half An Inch Thick! Some Spindle Marks On Label, Hence Price.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Cyan Cyan
Pop New - LP DSX 50158 Dunhill
Sealed 1973 Textured Jacket Original.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - American Pastime American Pastime
Pop New - LP ABCD 928 ABC
Sealed Gatefold Original. Cut Corner.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Seven Separate Fools Seven Separate Fools
Pop Used - LP DSD 50018 ABC Dunhill
1972 Original In Oversized Jacket Containing All Seven Playing Cards. Small Bottom Left Corner Dent, Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - American Pastime American Pastime
Pop New - LP ABCD 928 ABC
Sealed 1976 Gatefold Original, Tiny Saw Notch.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Around The World With Three Dog Night Around The World With Three Dog Night
Pop Used - LP DSY 50138 ABC
1973 2LP White Label Promo Die-Cut Gatefold Rarity.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Harmony Harmony
Pop New - LP DSX 50108 Dunhill
Sealed 1971 Orignal With Custom "Never Been To Spain" Sticker Over Shrink.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Naturally Naturally
Pop New - LP DSX 50088 Dunhill
Sealed 1970 Gatefold Original. CC. "Three Dog Night Kept Up Its Reputation For Putting Other Artists' Songs On The Charts With Naturally, One Of The Group's Finest Offerings. With Hutton, Wells, And Negron Sounding Amazingly Tight And Fluid, They Took Their Soft Rock Dynamics And Mixed Them With An Abundance Of Hooks And Harmonies To Produce Three Top 20 Singles, Eventually Earning The Band A Gold Disk. The Fresh-Sounding "One Man Band" Hit Number 19 In December Of 1970, Followed By Three Dog Night's Most Acclaimed Tune, The Hoyt Axton-Penned "Joy To The World," Which Spent Six Straight Weeks At Number One, And Russ Ballard's "Liar," Which Peaked At The Number Seven Spot Only Four Months Later. But Naturally's Energy Stretches Far Beyond The Album's Hits, Mainly Because Three Dog Night Managed To Carry The Spirited Groove And Boundless, Unconfined Feeling Of The Late '60s Into The Next Decade With Most Of The Songs On This Album. The Peace-And-Love Aura Of Past Hits Like "Eli's Coming" And "Easy To Be Hard" Shows Up In Tracks Like "Sunlight" And "Heavy Church," While The Remaining Cuts Are Just As Forceful, Utilizing The Trio's Bare Vocal Power To Produce Some Rather Eloquent Yet Intoxicating Music. With The Help Of Jimmy Greenspoon On Keyboards And Mike Allsup's Guitar Work, Songs Like "I Can't Get Enough Of It," "Fire Eater," And "I've Got Enough Heartache" Keep The Album's Liveliness Afloat By Lending Some Carpeted Instrumentation To The Front-And-Center Vocals. The Rest Of The Album Is Often Disregarded Because Of The Strength Of Naturally's Hits, When In Fact This Is One Of Three Dog Night's Most Well-Rounded Contributions.” – Mark Degagne, All Music Guide... more details
 
Three Dog Night - American Pastime American Pastime
Pop New - LP ABCD 928 ABC
Sealed 1976 Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Harmony Harmony
Pop New - LP C 062-92 958 Probe
Sealed 1971 German Original.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Naturally Naturally
Pop New - LP DSX 50088 Dunhill
Sealed 1970 Gatefold Original. "Three Dog Night Kept Up Its Reputation For Putting Other Artists' Songs On The Charts With Naturally, One Of The Group's Finest Offerings. With Hutton, Wells, And Negron Sounding Amazingly Tight And Fluid, They Took Their Soft Rock Dynamics And Mixed Them With An Abundance Of Hooks And Harmonies To Produce Three Top 20 Singles, Eventually Earning The Band A Gold Disk. The Fresh-Sounding "One Man Band" Hit Number 19 In December Of 1970, Followed By Three Dog Night's Most Acclaimed Tune, The Hoyt Axton-Penned "Joy To The World," Which Spent Six Straight Weeks At Number One, And Russ Ballard's "Liar," Which Peaked At The Number Seven Spot Only Four Months Later. But Naturally's Energy Stretches Far Beyond The Album's Hits, Mainly Because Three Dog Night Managed To Carry The Spirited Groove And Boundless, Unconfined Feeling Of The Late '60s Into The Next Decade With Most Of The Songs On This Album. The Peace-And-Love Aura Of Past Hits Like "Eli's Coming" And "Easy To Be Hard" Shows Up In Tracks Like "Sunlight" And "Heavy Church," While The Remaining Cuts Are Just As Forceful, Utilizing The Trio's Bare Vocal Power To Produce Some Rather Eloquent Yet Intoxicating Music. With The Help Of Jimmy Greenspoon On Keyboards And Mike Allsup's Guitar Work, Songs Like "I Can't Get Enough Of It," "Fire Eater," And "I've Got Enough Heartache" Keep The Album's Liveliness Afloat By Lending Some Carpeted Instrumentation To The Front-And-Center Vocals. The Rest Of The Album Is Often Disregarded Because Of The Strength Of Naturally's Hits, When In Fact This Is One Of Three Dog Night's Most Well-Rounded Contributions.” – Mark Degagne, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Naturally Naturally
Pop Used - LP DSX 50088 Dunhill
Beautiful 1970 Gatefold Original With Poster Still Attached To Jacket. "Three Dog Night Kept Up Its Reputation For Putting Other Artists' Songs On The Charts With Naturally, One Of The Group's Finest Offerings. With Hutton, Wells, And Negron Sounding Amazingly Tight And Fluid, They Took Their Soft Rock Dynamics And Mixed Them With An Abundance Of Hooks And Harmonies To Produce Three Top 20 Singles, Eventually Earning The Band A Gold Disk. The Fresh-Sounding "One Man Band" Hit Number 19 In December Of 1970, Followed By Three Dog Night's Most Acclaimed Tune, The Hoyt Axton-Penned "Joy To The World," Which Spent Six Straight Weeks At Number One, And Russ Ballard's "Liar," Which Peaked At The Number Seven Spot Only Four Months Later. But Naturally's Energy Stretches Far Beyond The Album's Hits, Mainly Because Three Dog Night Managed To Carry The Spirited Groove And Boundless, Unconfined Feeling Of The Late '60s Into The Next Decade With Most Of The Songs On This Album. The Peace-And-Love Aura Of Past Hits Like "Eli's Coming" And "Easy To Be Hard" Shows Up In Tracks Like "Sunlight" And "Heavy Church," While The Remaining Cuts Are Just As Forceful, Utilizing The Trio's Bare Vocal Power To Produce Some Rather Eloquent Yet Intoxicating Music. With The Help Of Jimmy Greenspoon On Keyboards And Mike Allsup's Guitar Work, Songs Like "I Can't Get Enough Of It," "Fire Eater," And "I've Got Enough Heartache" Keep The Album's Liveliness Afloat By Lending Some Carpeted Instrumentation To The Front-And-Center Vocals. The Rest Of The Album Is Often Disregarded Because Of The Strength Of Naturally's Hits, When In Fact This Is One Of Three Dog Night's Most Well-Rounded Contributions.” – Mark Degagne, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Naturally Naturally
Pop Used - LP HP 80164 Stateside
Beautiful Gatefold Japanese Pressing With Insert And Obi. Appears Unplayed. 2 1/2" Seam Crack On Bottom Of Jacket, Hence Price.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Harmony Harmony
Pop New - LP DSX 50108 Dunhill
Sealed 1971 Orignal. Small CC.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Around The World With Three Dog Night Around The World With Three Dog Night
Pop Used - LP DSY 50138 Dunhill
1973 2LP Original Die-Cut Gatefold Rarity With Custom Card Inner Sleeves. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Cyan Cyan
Pop Used - LP DSX 50158 Dunhill
1973 Textured Jacket Original.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Suitable For Framing Suitable For Framing
Pop Used - LP DS 50058 Dunhill
1972 Gatefold Original. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Hard Labor Hard Labor
Pop Used - LP DSD 50168 ABC
1974 Original In Die-Cut, Fold-Out Gimmick Gatefold With Band Aid Sticker On Front Jacket. Tiny Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - It Ain't Easy It Ain't Easy
Pop Used - LP SPBA 6251 Probe
Near Mint 1970 UK Laminated Jacket Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - American Pastime American Pastime
Pop New - LP ABCD 928 ABC
Sealed 1976 Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Coming Down Your Way Coming Down Your Way
Pop New - LP ABCD 888 ABC
Sealed 1975 Non-Embossed Columbia Record Club Issue.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Three Dog Night Three Dog Night
Pop New - LP P 14769 CBS Special Products
Sealed 1978 Hits Compliation On CBS Special Products. This Is Not The Debut Album, Even Though It Has The Same Title. First Time We Have Seen This Vinyl Rarity!... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Coming Down Your Way Coming Down Your Way
Pop New - LP ABCD 888 ABC
Sealed, Embossed Cover 1975 Original With Small COH.... more details
 
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Joy To The World / Their Greatest Hits
Pop New - LP DSD 50178 ABC
Sealed, Rare 1974 Embossed Gatefold Cover Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Harmony Harmony
Pop Used - LP DSX 50108 Dunhill
Sealed 1971 Original. Includes: "Never Been To Spain." Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Three Dog Night Three Dog Night
Pop New - LP P 14769 CBS Special Products
Sealed Hits Compliation On CBS Special Products. Bar Code On Back. This Is Not The Debut Album, Even Though It Has The Same Title. Some Rubbing On Spine Where Shrink Has Torn, Hence Price. Rare!... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Hard Labor Hard Labor
Pop New - LP DSD 50168 ABC
Factory Sealed 1974 Original In Die-Cut, Fold-Out Gimmick Gatefold With Patient Report Folder Under The Shrink Wrap Covering Up The Large Band Aid Artwork Underneath. First Sealed Copy We Have Had In Stock. Tiny Cut Out Hole. Also Includes An ABC Records 8x10 Envelope Containing A Promotional Black & White Promo Photo.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Captured Live At The Forum Captured Live At The Forum
Pop New - LP DS 50068 Dunhill
Sealed 1969 Gatefold Original. Couple Of Shrink Tears. “Three Dog Night At One Point Were Achieving The Kind Of Popularity Only Previously Enjoyed By The Beatles And A Handful Of Other Groups, Pulling In Listeners From The Ranks Of Teeny-Boppers, College Kids, And The Then "Underground" FM Radio Audience. Captured Live At The Forum Was So Ubiquitous That It Turned Up With Astonishing Regularity In The Collections Of Kids Who Did A Lot Of Acid And Suburbanite Teens Who Otherwise Listened To The Carpenters And The Partridge Family. And With Good Reason: It Was The Album That Proved This Band Was More Than A Radio Phenomenon; That They Could (And Did) Make As Great Music On Stage As They Did On Their Records, And Their Reputation Was Made From It.” Bruce Eder, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - It Ain't Easy It Ain't Easy
Pop Used - LP 50078 Dunhill
Rare 1969 Original In Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed. For A Short While This Title Was Released With A Nude Cover Shot Prior To This Which Was Quickly Withdrawn.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Seven Separate Fools Seven Separate Fools
Pop Used - LP DSD 50118 Dunhill
Rare 1972 Original Boxed Version With Set Of Seven 7" X 11" Color Cards. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed With 1A/1A Stampers.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Golden Bisquits Golden Bisquits
Pop New - LP DSX 50098 Dunhill
Sealed, Rare 1971 1972 Original Housed In A Unipak Gatefold Cover.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Three Dog Night (One) Three Dog Night (One)
Pop New - LP DS 50048 Dunhill
First Sealed Copy Of This 1969 Original We Have Ever Had In Stock. Pristine Copy. “Three Dog Night's Self-Titled Debut Is One Of The Strongest And Most Cohesive Offerings By The Combo. Their Claim To Fame Would Come Via Overhauls And Sleepers From A Wide Spectrum Of Luminous Singer/Songwriters. The Moniker Refers To Lead Vocalists Danny Hutton, Chuck Negron And Cory Wells, But Credit Is Overdue For The Incendiary Instrumentalists: Mike Allsup (Guitar), Jimmy Greenspoon (Keyboards), Joe Schermie (Bass) And Floyd Sneed (Drums). The Combo's Initial Achievement Came In April Of 1969 After Their Remake Of Harry Nilsson's Loner/Heartbreak Anthem "One" Landed In The Top Five. So Successful Was The Track, The Record Label Emblazoned The Name Of The Song Onto The Cover Art -- Resulting In The Long-Player Also (Albeit Erroneously) Being Identified As "One." The Contents Are As Eclectic As One Might Hope To Find During The Free-Form Album Rock Era. The Dearth Of Originals Might Initially Relegate Three Dog Night To The Ranks Of A Competent Bar Band, What Became Essential To Their Burgeoning Accomplishments Was Their Ability To Consistently Turn Their Interpretations Into Sizeable Hits, Whereas The Composers Weren't Able To. For Example, Nilsson Did Not Score At All With "One," And Their Take Of "Try A Little Tenderness" Placed At A Respectable Number 29, Faring Almost As Well As Otis Redding's Reading Which Had Only Reached Number 25 Three Years Earlier. While There Are Few Substandard Inclusions, Among The Other Notable Entries Are "Nobody," A Secondary R&B Classic From Larry Williams, The A Cappella Redux Of John Lennon/Paul Mccartney's "It's For You," Traffic's "Heaven Is In Your Mind," And A Hard-Driving And Edgy "Chest Fever" From Robbie Robertson.” Lindsay Planer, AMG.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Coming Down Yur Way Coming Down Yur Way
Pop Quad - LP COD 40018 ABC
Sealed Quadraphonic Gatefold Original. Small Cut Corner.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Naturally Naturally
Pop New - LP DSX 50088 Dunhill
Sealed 1970 Gatefold Original With The Giant Poster Attached To The Cover And Rare Hype Sticker On The Rear Srink Wrap.. "Three Dog Night Kept Up Its Reputation For Putting Other Artists' Songs On The Charts With Naturally, One Of The Group's Finest Offerings. With Hutton, Wells, And Negron Sounding Amazingly Tight And Fluid, They Took Their Soft Rock Dynamics And Mixed Them With An Abundance Of Hooks And Harmonies To Produce Three Top 20 Singles, Eventually Earning The Band A Gold Disk. The Fresh-Sounding "One Man Band" Hit Number 19 In December Of 1970, Followed By Three Dog Night's Most Acclaimed Tune, The Hoyt Axton-Penned "Joy To The World," Which Spent Six Straight Weeks At Number One, And Russ Ballard's "Liar," Which Peaked At The Number Seven Spot Only Four Months Later. But Naturally's Energy Stretches Far Beyond The Album's Hits, Mainly Because Three Dog Night Managed To Carry The Spirited Groove And Boundless, Unconfined Feeling Of The Late '60s Into The Next Decade With Most Of The Songs On This Album. The Peace-And-Love Aura Of Past Hits Like "Eli's Coming" And "Easy To Be Hard" Shows Up In Tracks Like "Sunlight" And "Heavy Church," While The Remaining Cuts Are Just As Forceful, Utilizing The Trio's Bare Vocal Power To Produce Some Rather Eloquent Yet Intoxicating Music. With The Help Of Jimmy Greenspoon On Keyboards And Mike Allsup's Guitar Work, Songs Like "I Can't Get Enough Of It," "Fire Eater," And "I've Got Enough Heartache" Keep The Album's Liveliness Afloat By Lending Some Carpeted Instrumentation To The Front-And-Center Vocals. The Rest Of The Album Is Often Disregarded Because Of The Strength Of Naturally's Hits, When In Fact This Is One Of Three Dog Night's Most Well-Rounded Contributions.” – Mark Degagne, All Music Guide.... more details
 
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Golden Bisquits
Pop Used - LP DSX 50098 Dunhill
1972 Stereo Compilation. Attached Poster Has Separated From The Cover, Small Stain On Front Cover And Small Tear At Top Right Corner. LpP Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - It Ain't Easy It Ain't Easy
Pop Used - LP VIM-5001 MCA
1982 Japanese Reissue With Obi. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “After A Remarkable String Of Hits Through 1969, Three Dog Night Released It Ain't Easy, Its Fourth Album In Less Than 18 Months. Once Again, It Was A Hot Seller, Going To Number Eight. Once Again, It Consisted Primarily Of Songs Written By Some Of Rock Music's Best, But As Yet Unheralded, Composers. And This Time, The Group Had Its First Number One Hit, A Memorable Version Of Randy Newman's Fear-Of-Partying Song "Mama Told Me (Not To Come)." Although Much More Melodramatic Than Newman's Own Understated Take On His 12 Songs Album, Three Dog Night's Rendering Was Cleverly Orchestrated And Impossible To Escape. It Ain't Easy Also Included Another Newman Composition, "Cowboy," The Song He'd Written For Midnight Cowboy, Which Was Rejected By The Filmmakers In Favor Of Fred Neil's "Everybody's Talkin'." The Album Also Provided A Taste Of Free With "Woman," Paul Williams' Attractive "Out In The Country," And A Cynthia Weil-Barry Mann Composition, "Good Time Living." The Elton John Classic "Your Song" Makes Its First Appearance On This Album As Well, Predating His Own Recorded Version By Several Months. Considering How Dependent Three Dog Night Was On Outside Songsmiths To Provide Them With The Material They Popularized, It Is Surprising That None Of The Album Jackets Of Their First Four Albums Contained Printed Writing Credits. The Curious Listener Had To Look To The Labels On The Records In Order To Track Down Who Had Written These First-Rate Compositions.” Jim Newsom, AMG.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Joy To The World / Their Greatest Hits Joy To The World / Their Greatest Hits
Pop New - LP MCA 1465 MCA
Sealed 2nd Issue Of ABC DSD 50178 Originally Released In 1974. Shrink Wrap Has The Original Sound Warehouse Price Tag Intact.... more details
 
Three Dog Night - Harmony Harmony
Pop Used - LP YW-8026-AB ABC
1978 Japanese First Pressing With Obi. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “The Release Of Harmony In The Fall Of 1971 Gave Three Dog Night Their Seventh Gold Record In Less Than Three Years, Yielding Two Top Ten Singles With Paul William's "Old Fashioned Love Song" (Number Four) And Hoyt Axton's "Never Been To Spain" (Number Five). In Addition, William's "Family Of Man" Would Just Fail To Crack The Top Of The Charts, Rising As High As Number 12 By March Of 1972. This Continued Commercial Brilliance Would, Unfortunately, Have Negative Repercussions On Vocalist Chuck Negron's Personal Life With A Car Accident, Following A Substance-Fuelled Mixing Session, Signaling The Beginning Of His Protracted Slide Into Drug Addiction And Eventual Transience. Nevertheless, Harmony Remains A Showpiece For The Group's Interpretive Talents, The Album Dividing Itself Between Good-Natured Communal Recklessness (The William Compositions, The Organ-Drenched Funk Of The Group's Own "Jam") And More Reserved, Minor-Keyed Tradings On The Last Vestiges Of Flower-Powered Earnestness. In Addition To Its Continued Testament To Three Dog Night's Musical Versatility, Harmony Is Historically Notable For The Fact That The Decision To Play Large Venues, Like Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Stadium, During The Stateside Tour To Support The Release Played A Large Part In Ushering In The Era Of So-Called Stadium Rock.” Andrew Vance, AMG.... more details
 

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