Offered for sale is an original German pressing of Harmony by Three Dog Night.
About this copy: This copy of Harmony is an original German issue on the Probe label, which is unusual in that the Probe label was mostly used for progressive rock and experimental music.
The cover is VG+, with wear at the edges and corners.
The disc is M- and appears to have had little play.
A nice copy of a Three Dog Night oddity.
Background: Released in 1971, Harmony was the fifth album by Three Dog Night.
The LP reached #8 on the U.S. album charts.
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. … 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 (the melancholic “Peace of Mind,” and a dubious cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Never Dreamed You’d Leave Me in Summer”)
|Country of origin:||Germany|
||1 C 062-92 958|
|Year of Release:||1971|