A budget-priced reissue of Three Dog Night's classic 1971 album. When originally released, it hit #8 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart, and spawned Top Ten hits with Paul Williams' "Old Fashioned Love Song" (#4) and Hoyt Axton's "Never Been To Spain" (#5).
1.Never Been To Spain
2.My Impersonal Life
3.An Old Fashioned Love Song
4.Never Dreamed You'd Leave Me In Summer
7.Night In The City
8.Murder In My Heart For The Judge
9.The Family Of Man
10.Intro Poem: Mistakes And Illusions / Peace Of Mind
Three Dog Night: Chuck Negron, Danny Hutton, Cory Wells (vocals); Jimmy Greenspoon (organ).
One of fans' favorite Three Dog Night albums, HARMONY contains two of the group's biggest hits, "Never Been to Spain"--their second hit written by Hoyt Axton, after "Joy to the World"--and the gently swinging "Old-Fashioned Love Song." Unlike some Three Dog Night albums, however, HARMONY has album tracks that actually eclipse the hit singles.
Foremost among these are a sweetly soulful version of Stevie Wonder's "Never Dreamed You'd Leave Me in Summer," and a rave-up on Moby Grape's rocker "Murder in My Heart For the Judge." Of the originals, the quirky "My Impersonal Life" is an oddball gem that sounds oddly like early Chicago, and the closing "Intro-Poem: Mistakes and Illusions" sounds disturbingly like the Moody Blues, complete with portentous narration.