Chicago TribuneBasically the same article as the one ("Nostalgic Three Dog Night Tours With a New Intensity") published earlier in the Orlando Sentinel about Three Dog Night. Three Dog Night had a hit in 1969 with their recording of Harry Nilsson's "One". In the article, band member Cory Wells is quoted as saying "The point is we're really picky about things. We could have been like a lot of groups and crammed things down the public's throat because we wrote them. And, of course, you make a lot of money writing your own songs. But I don't think anybody has really felt really confident that we've written anything of the caliber of Nilsson or Randy Newman. And it's proved out to be correct."
November 7, 1985
|Author: ||Richard Defendorf|