Brian Wilson said Three Dog Night turned down a song that became a hit for the Beach Boys

The Beach Boys and Three Dog Night both made classic rock songs. Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys once said Three Dog Night turned down a song he wrote for them. On the other hand, Three Dog Night’s Danny Hutton has a different memory of what happened.

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Brian Wilson had conflicting memories of writing any of the Beach Boys’ songs for Three Dog Night

During an interview with Goldmine in 2011, Wilson discussed the origin of “Darlin'”. “I wrote more in a soul/R&B bag,” he said. “The horns were conceived as a sort of horn thing by Phil Spector. “Darlin” was for Three Dog Night.” At the time, Three Dog Night was known as Redwood.

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