Ocean - Put Your Hand In The Hand download album
Put Your Hand in the Hand" is a gospel pop song composed by Gene MacLellan and first recorded by Canadian singer Anne Murray from her third studio album Honey, Wheat and Laughter. It became a hit single for the Canadian band Ocean, released as the title track to their debut album. The single peaked at No. 2 on the . Billboard Hot 100, kept from N. by "Joy to the World" by Three Dog Night. The song also reached number four on the Adult Contemporary chart
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Their first single, "Put Your Hand in the Hand," a pop hit in America in 1971, was written by Gene MacLellan, who'd played with Robbie Robertson in both the Consuls and the Suedes. Several singles followed during the early '70s, but none were as popular as the debut. Ocean disbanded in 1975. A version of Robbie Robertson's "The Stones That I Throw," originally released on a Levon and The Hawks single in 1965, was included on Put Your Hand In The Hand. The album was re-released as a budget CD on the Unidisc label in 2000.
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This debut album by the Canadian band Ocean contains and was named after the bands' biggest single, "Put Your Hand in the Hand," that sold over one million copies in 1971 in both America and Canada. This gospel rock band comprised of Greg Brown (vocals, keyboard), Jeff Jones (bass, vocals), Janice Brown (guitar, vocals ), Dave Tamblyn (guitar), and Chuck Slater (drums) recorded in Toronto in the early '70s and originally released the debut album on the highly collectable Yorkville label in Canada. The album contained eight songs written by such notables as Robbie Robertson.