Three Dog Night: Harmony
Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, 9 December 1971
FOR THREE YEARS now, the critics have been laying into Three Dog Night for a variety of mostly hard-to-fathom reasons. But nobody, evidently, has been paying much attention to the tastemakers in this ease, because Three flog Night's records have been selling in greater quantities altogether than anybody else's. Biggest doesn't necessarily mean best, but the spectacular success of this group seems entirely justified; Three Dog Night is a terrifically good band.
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