Bell Records released Tuneweaving in 1973 with Dawn featuring Tony Orlando. This album included the following songs: Freedom For The Stallion, Jolie, When We All Sang Along, Runaway / Happy Together, Easy Evil, Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree, You're A Lady, Lazy Susan, Watch A Clown Break Down, I Con't Believe How Much I Love You and I Don't Know You Anymore.
Orlando an amazing talent and with Dawn they had a super trio.
Dawn was Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent Wilson who Orlando hired to work as background vocalists while he was producing Barry Manilow in the late 1960's. The threesome went on the road in 1971 after the success of "Candida" and "Knock Three Times". After touring Europe with huge success.
The group being billed as Dawn featuring Tony Orlando released another single in 1973, and it became their biggest single. "Tie A Yellow Ribbon 'Round The Ole Oak Tree." That song started a string of seven consecutive Hot 100 appearances by the group. In 1973 they released this album, Tuneweaving.This album is in very good condition.