Tie A Yellow Ribbon (Dawn album). Tie a Yellow Ribbon (released as Tuneweaving in the US) is the third album by American popular music group Dawn (Michael Anthony Orlando Cassavitas, Telma Hopkins & Joyce Vincent Wilson) released in 1973 by Bell Records. The title track reached in both the US and UK charts. In terms of sales, this single was the most successful in the group's career, starting a string of seven consecutive Hot 100 appearances.
Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree" is a song by Tony Orlando and Dawn. It was written by Irwin Levine and L. Russell Brown and produced by Hank Medress and Dave Appell, with Motown/Stax backing vocalist Telma Hopkins, Joyce Vincent Wilson and her sister Pamela Vincent on backing vocals. It was a worldwide hit for the group in 1973. The single reached the top 10 in ten countries, in eight of which it topped the charts.
Album The Yellow Ribbon Collection. Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree Lyrics. I'm coming home I've done my time Now I've got to know what is and isn't mine If you received my letter telling you I'd soon be free. The song is about a prisoner of war who is coming home from a confederate POW camp in Georgia and asks his lover to tie a yellow ribbon around a tree if she still wants him in his life. The song topped the Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks in 1973 and topped Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart. It sold three million records in the United States in three weeks. Internationally, it topped the charts in the United Kingdom (where it has sold one million copies) and Australia.
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Tie a Yellow Ribbon is the third album by American popular music group Dawn (Michael Anthony Orlando Cassavitas, Telma Hopkins & Joyce Vincent Wilson) released in 1973 by Bell Records. Another track from this album, You’re A Lady by English singer/songwriter Peter Skellern, reached in the US charts. The group changed their name to "Tony Orlando and Dawn" later in 1973 . Dawn featuring Tony Orlando chronology. Tie a Yellow Ribbon (1973).
The first Tony Orlando & Dawn album was released in 1970, but at the time Orlando was backed by various studio singers. Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent Wilson were chosen as "Dawn," and sang on subsequent recordings. The song also got two Grammy nominations: Song of the Year and Best Pop Group Performance " because his simple secret code failed. The whole damned bus is cheering because they all see their ribbons.
BPM Profile Tie a Yellow Ribbon. Album starts at 118BPM, ends at 70BPM (-48), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Tony Orlando & Dawn. He Don't Love You, Like I Love You. 1975.
|A1||Freedom For The Stallion (El Caballo En Libertad)
Written-By – Allan Toussaint*
Written-By – Al Kooper
|A3||When We All Sang Along (Cuando Cantábamos Todos Juntos)
Written-By – Richard Snyder
|A4||Runaway / Happy Together (Fugativa / Felices Juntos)
Written-By – A.L. Gordon*, D. Shannon*, G. Bonner*, M. Crook*
|A5||Easy Evil (Maléfico)
Written-By – Alan O'Day
|B1||Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree (Ata Una Cinta Amarilla Arededor Del Roble Viejo)
Written-By – Irwin Levine, L. Russell Brown
|B2||You're A Lady (Eres Una Dama)
Written-By – Peter Skellern
|B3||Lazy Susan (Perezosa Susan)
Written-By – Linda Creed, Thomas Bell*
|B4||Watch A Clown Break Down (Mira Como Desaparece Un Payaso)
Written-By – Dave Appell, Sandy Linzer
|B5||I Can't Believe How Much I Love You (No Puedo Creer Cuanto Te Quiero)
Written-By – Ardith Polley
|B6||I Don't Know You Anymore (Ya No Te Conozco)
Written-By – Sandy Linzer, Stephen Reinhardt
|BELL 1112||Dawn Featuring Tony Orlando||Dawn Featuring Tony Orlando - Tuneweaving (LP, Album)||Bell Records||BELL 1112||US||1973|
|2308 059||Dawn Featuring Tony Orlando||Dawn Featuring Tony Orlando - Tuneweaving (LP, Album)||Bell Records||2308 059||Australia||1973|
|BELL 1112, R123394||Dawn Featuring Tony Orlando||Dawn Featuring Tony Orlando - Tuneweaving (LP, Album, RCA)||Bell Records, RCA||BELL 1112, R123394||US||1973|
|Bell 1112||Dawn||Tuneweaving (LP, Album)||Bell Records||Bell 1112||US||1973|
|BELL4-1112, A4-4004||Dawn Featuring Tony Orlando||Dawn Featuring Tony Orlando - Tuneweaving (Cass, Album, RE)||Bell Records, Bell Records||BELL4-1112, A4-4004||Canada||Unknown|