Welcome to my Tony Orlando songs page where you'll find a few demo covers and full lesson tutorials available for purchase along with several free chord sheets in .pdf format.
This page will eventually grow into a full page with five or more lessons.
Knock Three Times was not actually credited as a Tony Orlando recording but as a Dawn recording because Orlando secretly recorded the song
without his record label knowing about it as he was working for a competing label at the time as a producer/singer. The song was released as a single in 1970 from his album "Candida"
and made it to #1 in several countries including the UK and the US.
In 1971 Billy Crash Craddock took the song to #3 on the country charts.
Tie A Yellow Ribbon hit the airwaves in 1973 and was a huge hit reaching #1 in the US and the UK.
A yellow ribbon in the 1970s meant a loved one was away on military dury or serving time in jail, and
upon their return would be welcomed home.
The song hails from the album "Tuneweaving".
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