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Captain and Tennille - Love Will Keep Us Together (
Captain and Tennille - Love Will Keep Us Together ('75)
Published: 2010/04/21
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Captain & Tennille  MUSKRAT LOVE
Captain & Tennille MUSKRAT LOVE
Published: 2009/01/10
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Captain & Tennille - Hits
Captain & Tennille - Hits
Published: 2014/02/14
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CAPTAIN & TENNILLE ❖ love will keep us together (official video)
CAPTAIN & TENNILLE ❖ love will keep us together (official video)
Published: 2012/10/20
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The Captain & Tenille "LOVE WILL KEEP US TOGETHER"
The Captain & Tenille "LOVE WILL KEEP US TOGETHER"
Published: 2008/03/29
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Captain & Tennille - Do that to me one more time (The Video)
Captain & Tennille - Do that to me one more time (The Video)
Published: 2009/03/29
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Dick Clark Interviews Captain and Tennille - American Bandstand 1975
Dick Clark Interviews Captain and Tennille - American Bandstand 1975
Published: 2010/09/17
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Captain & Tennille - Love Will Keep Us Together
Captain & Tennille - Love Will Keep Us Together
Published: 2012/03/26
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Captain and Tennille LOVE WILL KEEP US TOGETHER
Captain and Tennille LOVE WILL KEEP US TOGETHER
Published: 2009/02/16
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Captain & Tennille: "Do That To Me One More Time" (USA, 1979)
Captain & Tennille: "Do That To Me One More Time" (USA, 1979)
Published: 2013/07/26
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Captain & Tennille - You Never Done It Like That - 1979
Captain & Tennille - You Never Done It Like That - 1979
Published: 2013/06/30
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Captain & Tennille - Love Will Keep Us Together - ( Alta Calidad ) HD
Captain & Tennille - Love Will Keep Us Together - ( Alta Calidad ) HD
Published: 2014/04/20
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The Captain & Tennille Show intro w/ Gimme Some Lovin
The Captain & Tennille Show intro w/ Gimme Some Lovin' cover
Published: 2014/10/04
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Captain & Tennille
Captain & Tennille's Greatest Hits | The Best Of Captain & Tennille
Published: 2016/04/10
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Captain & Tennille ~ The Way I Want To Touch You
Captain & Tennille ~ The Way I Want To Touch You
Published: 2014/02/14
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Captain & Tennille- Circles
Captain & Tennille- Circles
Published: 2015/07/09
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Captain & Tennille ~ I
Captain & Tennille ~ I'm On My Way
Published: 2013/11/15
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LONELY NIGHTS (ANGEL FACE) by Captain & tennille
LONELY NIGHTS (ANGEL FACE) by Captain & tennille
Published: 2011/07/04
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Captain & Tennille - Love will keep us together (video/audio edited & remastered) HQ
Captain & Tennille - Love will keep us together (video/audio edited & remastered) HQ
Published: 2013/09/29
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Captain And Tennille - "Shop Around"
Captain And Tennille - "Shop Around"
Published: 2010/11/22
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The Captain & Tennille - Come In From The Rain
The Captain & Tennille - Come In From The Rain
Published: 2013/05/17
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Captain & Tennille ~ Do That To Me One More Time
Captain & Tennille ~ Do That To Me One More Time
Published: 2013/11/15
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THE GOOD SONGS -- CAPTAIN & TENNILLE
THE GOOD SONGS -- CAPTAIN & TENNILLE
Published: 2016/01/14
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Captain and Tennille - The Wedding Song (There is Love)
Captain and Tennille - The Wedding Song (There is Love)
Published: 2013/06/18
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Captain & Tennille - Muskrat Love
Captain & Tennille - Muskrat Love
Published: 2016/02/05
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Disney Girls - Captain & Tennille
Disney Girls - Captain & Tennille
Published: 2007/11/28
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Captain and Tennille Are Splitting Up | TMZ
Captain and Tennille Are Splitting Up | TMZ
Published: 2014/01/26
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Toni Tannille - Rubberband Man
Toni Tannille - Rubberband Man
Published: 2015/10/28
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Captain and Tennille on Sidewalks TV (2007)
Captain and Tennille on Sidewalks TV (2007)
Published: 2007/08/29
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Love Will Keep Us Together by Captain & Tennille
Love Will Keep Us Together by Captain & Tennille
Published: 2009/12/06
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THE CAPTAIN & TENNILLE love will keep us together ingles,español
THE CAPTAIN & TENNILLE love will keep us together ingles,español
Published: 2013/01/29
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Captain & Tennille ~ You Never Done It Like That 1978 Disco Purrfection Version
Captain & Tennille ~ You Never Done It Like That 1978 Disco Purrfection Version
Published: 2013/09/12
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Captain And Tennille Come In From The Rain 1977
Captain And Tennille Come In From The Rain 1977
Published: 2013/01/08
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Captain and Tennille - Happy Together(A Fantasy)1980
Captain and Tennille - Happy Together(A Fantasy)1980
Published: 2010/12/05
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CAPTAIN & TENNILLE - "Wedding Song" (1976)
CAPTAIN & TENNILLE - "Wedding Song" (1976)
Published: 2010/04/24
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Captain and Tennille Muskrat Love
Captain and Tennille Muskrat Love
Published: 2009/11/01
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Captain & Tennille ~ Can
Captain & Tennille ~ Can't Stop Dancin'
Published: 2013/11/15
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CAPTAIN & TENNILLE - LOVE WILL KEEP US TOGETHER 1975
CAPTAIN & TENNILLE - LOVE WILL KEEP US TOGETHER 1975
Published: 2011/02/12
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1975_001 - Captain and Tennille - Love Will Keep Us Together - (45)(3.24)
1975_001 - Captain and Tennille - Love Will Keep Us Together - (45)(3.24)
Published: 2016/06/05
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Captain & Tennille  CAN
Captain & Tennille CAN'T STOP DANCING
Published: 2009/01/12
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Captain & Tennille ~ You Never Done It Like That
Captain & Tennille ~ You Never Done It Like That
Published: 2013/11/15
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The Captain and Tennille Dream
The Captain and Tennille Dream
Published: 2011/05/01
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Dionne Warwick & Toni Tennille - He
Dionne Warwick & Toni Tennille - He's Gone (CAT 1977)
Published: 2008/11/01
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Tony Orlando interviewing Captain & Tennille   GREAT
Tony Orlando interviewing Captain & Tennille GREAT
Published: 2009/02/05
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Captain & Tennille Interview 1979 PART ONE
Captain & Tennille Interview 1979 PART ONE
Published: 2009/02/08
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Captain & Tennille Interview 2005
Captain & Tennille Interview 2005
Published: 2014/08/26
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Shop Around The Captain & Tennille
Shop Around The Captain & Tennille
Published: 2011/12/08
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Captain & Tennille - Song of Joy
Captain & Tennille - Song of Joy
Published: 2011/06/04
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Leonard Nimoy, Andy Griffith and Rita Moreno in The Captain And Tennille Show
Leonard Nimoy, Andy Griffith and Rita Moreno in The Captain And Tennille Show
Published: 2013/09/04
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Captain & Tennille 1979 Do That To Me One More Time
Captain & Tennille 1979 Do That To Me One More Time
Published: 2009/10/03
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Captain & Tennille
Captain & Tennille
Captain and Tennille, 1976
Background information
Origin Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres Pop, soft rock
Years active 1974–2013
Labels A&M, Casablanca, Mirage
Website captainandtennille.net
Past members Daryl Dragon
Toni Tennille

Captain & Tennille were American recording artists whose primary success occurred in the 1970s.[1][2] The husband-and-wife duo were "Captain" Daryl Dragon (born August 27, 1942) and Cathryn Antoinette "Toni" Tennille (born May 8, 1940). They have five albums certified gold or platinum and scored numerous hits on the US singles charts, the most enduring of which included "Love Will Keep Us Together", "Do That to Me One More Time", and "Muskrat Love". They hosted their own television variety series on ABC in 1976–77.

Early history and collaboration[edit]

In 1972, Toni Tennille was the co-writer of an ecology-themed musical, Mother Earth. At that time, Daryl Dragon (son of composer Carmen Dragon) was working as a keyboardist for the Beach Boys. When Tennille's show was preparing to move from San Francisco's Marines Memorial Theatre to Southern California's South Coast Repertory, a call was put out for a replacement keyboardist. Dragon was between tours when he heard about the opening, met Tennille in San Francisco to audition, and landed the gig.

Dragon later reciprocated by recommending Tennille to the Beach Boys when the band needed an additional keyboardist, and they hired her. She toured with them for a year, and has since been known as The Beach Boys' one and only "Beach Girl".[3]

When the tour was over, and realizing their collaborative potential, Tennille and Dragon began performing as a duo at the now-defunct Smokehouse Restaurant in Encino, California. They started to become popular in the Los Angeles area, and their early version of the Tennille-penned "The Way I Want to Touch You" became popular on a local radio station. This led to a recording contract with A&M Records.[4]

Their first hit single, a cover of Neil Sedaka's and Howard Greenfield's "Love Will Keep Us Together", reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart nine weeks after its 1975 debut, and went on to win the Grammy Award for Record of the Year. It sold over 1 million copies and was awarded a gold disc by the RIAA on July 1, 1975.[5] Tennille paid tribute to Sedaka in the recording when she sang the overdub "Sedaka is back" during the single's outro. The duo successfully mined the Sedaka songbook a number of times over their chartmaking career. Two of their other hit singles were the Sedaka co-writes "Lonely Night (Angel Face)" and "You Never Done It Like That".[6] Their Spanish recording of "Love Will Keep Us Together", "Por Amor Viviremos", also charted in 1975; it was the first time two versions of the same single charted simultaneously. Tennille and Dragon included renditions of several other Sedaka songs on their albums.

Tennille and Dragon married on November 11, 1975 (not on Valentine's Day 1974, as is often erroneously reported, for example, on the 14 February 1976 edition of Casey Kasem's American Top 40).[1][7][8]

Success and subsequent period[edit]

Over the next few years, Captain and Tennille released a string of hit singles mostly from their first two albums titled Love Will Keep Us Together (US #2, 1975) and Song Of Joy (US #9, 1976) including "The Way I Want to Touch You" (US #4), "Lonely Night (Angel Face)" (US #3), "Shop Around" (US #4), and "Muskrat Love" (US #4).

In July 1976, they were invited by First Lady Betty Ford to perform in the East Room of the White House in the presence of Queen Elizabeth II and President Gerald Ford during the country's bicentennial celebration. After a long journey, Queen Elizabeth fell asleep during their show.

Such was the level of their popularity that they were given their own television variety show. The Captain and Tennille TV show aired from September 1976 to March 1977 on ABC. It featured musical numbers and comedy sketches performed with various guest stars. However, despite solid ratings success, the duo wanted to focus on their music and touring career and, after one season, asked to be released from their contract.

The duo's third album Come in from the Rain (US #18, 1977) produced three singles: "Can't Stop Dancing" (US #13), the title track (US #61), and "Circles", which did not chart. A&M Records later released a Greatest Hits album (1977) which peaked at #55 on the US Top 200.

The duo released their fourth studio album Dream (US #131, 1978), although their first single "I'm on My Way" (US #74) failed to become a hit. However, their second single, and third Sedaka title, "You Never Done It Like That," fared much better at #10. A third single was "You Need a Woman Tonight" (US #40). Dream would be the last Captain and Tennille studio album released by A&M.

In 1979, Neil Bogart signed them to a contract on his Casablanca Records label. The album Make Your Move (US #23, 1979) rose much higher on the chart than the act's previous release, and the first single "Do That to Me One More Time" reached the summit on February 16, 1980, becoming their second #1 single. However, subsequent singles "Love on a Shoestring" (US #55) and "Happy Together (A Fantasy)" (US #53) only achieved minimal success.

Keeping Our Love Warm (1980) was the duo's second Casablanca release, and sixth studio album overall, but failed to crack the Top 200. The first single from this album, the title track, was performed live (although lip synced) during the 1980 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

During the duo's period of highest popularity, Tennille also worked as a session singer (most frequently partnered with The Beach Boys' Bruce Johnston), performing as a backing vocalist on the Elton John albums Caribou, Blue Moves, and 21 at 33 (some vocally arranged by Dragon) and most notably on the hit track "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me". She also appeared as a backing vocalist on tracks by Art Garfunkel and The Beach Boys, as well as Pink Floyd for whom she performed backing tracks on The Wall album.

In the liner notes of the Captain & Tennille anthology Ultimate Collection: The Complete Greatest Hits, Tennille explains how her work on Pink Floyd's album gained her at least one new fan:

I went to see the Pink Floyd concert at the Sports Arena in Los Angeles. There was a 15-year-old boy sitting in front of me who recognized me. He turned around and snottily said, 'What are YOU doing here?' So I told him I sang on the album. He ran off to find a friend who had brought the LP to the show, and looked at the back to see if my name was really on there. A few minutes later, he came back and apologetically said, 'Can I have your autograph?'

— Tennille, Ultimate Collection: The Complete Greatest Hits

Toni Tennille hosted her own syndicated television talk show from September 1980 to January 1981.[9][10]

1990s-present[edit]

Throughout the 1990s, they continued to perform various concert dates at venues around the world, frequently at Harrah's Lake Tahoe which was close to their home near Carson City, Nevada. One of their more notable appearances in that decade occurred when they played at the House of Blues on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles in 1995, as part of their 20th anniversary as an act.

At the same time throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Tennille enjoyed a second career as a big band and pop standard singer, not unlike pop colleague Linda Ronstadt. She performed with orchestras throughout the country and subsequently recorded several solo albums including Mirage Records' More Than You Know (1984), and All of Me on Gaia Records in 1987.

In 1999, on Cartoon Network, the duo made a guest appearance, interviewed by Harvey Birdman, rather than Space Ghost (who is sent to jail and breaks out) in an episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast.

Toni Tennille also enjoyed a year as the star of the Broadway tour of Victor/Victoria. At the end of that project, she and Dragon were to have embarked on a 25th anniversary tour; however, the stresses of the road proved too demanding and Captain & Tennille instead put an indefinite hold on their career as a performing duo. Nevertheless, Captain & Tennille's popularity remained evident in the release of their Ultimate Collection: The Complete Hits on Hip-O Records (a subsidiary of Universal Records) in 2001, and More Than Dancing... Much More, a 2002 compact disc. The latter contains what was originally their final album in 1982, More Than Dancing, which at that time was released only in Australia, and is combined with selected tracks from their 1995 20 Years of Romance, originally on K-Tel (re-recording of their songs, and cover versions of others), as well as five newly released tracks.

In November 2003, Tennille performed a benefit concert for the Reno, Nevada Chamber Orchestra, where her surprise guest was Dragon. It was the first time they had publicly performed as Captain & Tennille in many years. Their first live recording, An Intimate Evening with Toni Tennille, was released to commemorate the event.

In 2005, Brant Berry, the vice president of a small Portland, Oregon–based entertainment company, Respond 2 Entertainment (R2), signed an agreement with Captain & Tennille to release three projects. The first was the home video release of Captain & Tennille's 1976 variety series, on a three-disc DVD set containing 11 complete episodes with bonus musical tracks. Second, R2 re-released all six of their albums, both from the original A&M and Casablanca labels, on newly remastered CDs. Several of the CDs were previously available only in Japan. The new CDs, packaged both as individual CDs and in a box set, contained new liner notes written by Tennille.

Third, a new recording by Captain & Tennille was released—a three-song Christmas CD entitled Saving Up Christmas. This effort was followed by The Secret of Christmas released on Captain & Tennille's own label, Purebred Records, on November 1, 2006. It was Captain & Tennille's first complete original album produced in more than a decade, and their first-ever Christmas album.

Tennille returned to the UK airwaves and to club play when the band Bent sampled a small portion of her vocals from Captain & Tennille's 1979 track, "Love on a Shoestring" (from the album Make Your Move), into their "Magic Love" single in 2003. An Ashley Beedle remix of the single heightened the danceability of the original ambient track.

In October 2006, Cartoon Network's animated special Casper's Scare School was aired. The duo recorded two songs for the film, and voiced the dialog for the characters who sang the songs. Tennille portrayed Aunt Belle and the Captain was Uncle Murray, who together formed a two-head-on-one-body being known as the Ankle. The two songs they performed, "Why Does Love Make Me Feel So Good" and "World Without Fear," were written by Magnus Fiennes. Captain & Tennille's co-stars on the show included Phyllis Diller, James Belushi, Dan Castellaneta, and Bob Saget.

In 2007, three new DVDs were released of Captain & Tennille's ABC TV specials: Captain & Tennille in Hawaii, Captain & Tennille in New Orleans, and Captain & Tennille Songbook.

Dragon and Tennille spent most of the 1990s in the Lake Tahoe area in Nevada, where they had lived for more than a dozen years, and where Tennille served as Ambassador for the Arts for the state. In the mid-2000s, they temporarily took year-round residence at their second home, located in the Palm Springs area of Southern California. In 2008 they built a house and settled down in Prescott, Arizona, where Tennille participates in the annual Prescott Jazz Summit.[citation needed]

Divorce[edit]

Tennille filed for divorce from Dragon in the State of Arizona on January 16, 2014, after 39 years of marriage. Dragon was unaware of the termination of his marriage until he was served with the divorce papers.[11] The divorce documents referenced health insurance or health issues, and Tennille had written on her blog in 2010 that Dragon's neurological condition, similar to Parkinson’s, known as Essential tremor, was characterized by such extreme tremors he could no longer play keyboards.[12][13] Dragon later stated that some of his health problems were the result of errors in dosing his medication, a problem which has since been fixed; he and Tennille remain on speaking terms.[14]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album RIAA Certification US 200 Label
1975 Love Will Keep Us Together Gold 2 A&M
1976 Por Amor Viviremos D A&M
Song of Joy Platinum 9 A&M
1977 Come In from the Rain Gold 18 A&M
Greatest Hits Gold 55 A&M
1978 Dream 131 A&M
1979 Make Your Move A Gold 23 Casablanca
1980 Keeping Our Love Warm Casablanca
20 Greatest Hits Music for Pleasure
1981 Scrapbook Spectrum
1982 More Than Dancing B Wizard
1993 A&M Gold Series: Captain & Tennille A&M
1995 Twenty Years of Romance E Nouveau
1997 Captain & Tennille E Arcade
1998 A&M Digitally Remastered Best A&M
2001 Ultimate Collection Hip-O
2002 More Than Dancing … Much More C Raven
2005 20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best of Captain & Tennille Universal
Songs of Joy: The Complete Captain & Tennille Collection R2 Entertainment
Saving Up Christmas - Tahoe Snow (CD Single) R2 Entertainment
2007 The Secret of Christmas RetroActive
2013 ICON Universal Music

(A) Also charted at No. 33 UK

(B) Australian release only

(C) Worldwide re-release of 1982 Australian album with bonus tracks

(D) Spanish Version of Love Will Keep Us Together (1975 LP)

(E) Re-Recorded Songs and Cover Versions

Singles[edit]

Year Single US US
AC
US
Country
US
R&B
Canada UK AU RIAA Certification
1975 "Love Will Keep Us Together" 1 1 1 32 1 Gold
"Por Amor Viviremos" 49
"The Way I Want to Touch You" 4 1 4 28 9 Gold
1976 "Lonely Night (Angel Face)" 3 1 1 9 Gold
"Shop Around" 4 1 4 37 Gold
"Muskrat Love" 4 1 1 65 Gold
1977 "Can't Stop Dancin'" 13 12 11 67
"Come in From the Rain" 61 8
"Circles" 9
1978 "I'm on My Way" 74 6 97 13 (AC)
"You Never Done It Like That" 10 14 17 63 51
"You Need a Woman Tonight" 40 17 87
1980 "Do That to Me One More Time" 1 4 58 4 7 3 Gold
1981 "Keeping Our Love Warm" 106
2007 "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas"
"It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year"

DVDs[edit]

  • The Ultimate Collection (2005)
  • The Christmas Show (2007)
  • Captain & Tennille in New Orleans (2007)
  • Captain & Tennille in Hawaii (2007)
  • Songbook (2007)

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b William Ruhlmann. "Captain & Tennille | Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved 2015-08-27. 
  2. ^ "Captain & Tennille | Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved 2015-08-27. 
  3. ^ Fuqua 131
  4. ^ Fuqua 132
  5. ^ Murrells, Joseph (1978). The Book of Golden Discs (2nd ed.). London: Barrie and Jenkins Ltd. p. 355. ISBN 0-214-20512-6. 
  6. ^ Bronson 408
  7. ^ "TONI'S TAKE - BLOG PAGES . '06". Captainandtennille.net. Retrieved 2015-08-27. 
  8. ^ "The Captain & Tennille Complete Bio". Captainandtennille.net (references both 1974 and 1975 as year of marriage, but also clarifies that they "were not married until after the success of their first LP"). Retrieved 2015-11-15. 
  9. ^ "The Toni Tennille Show". IMDb. Retrieved 30 March 2016. 
  10. ^ "The Toni Tennille Show - Episode Guide - TV.com". Retrieved 20 February 2017. The Toni Tenille Show (ended 1981). Air date: September 15 1980 (Episode 1) - January 15 1981 (Episode 73). 
  11. ^ "Captain & Tennille Divorce -- Love WON'T Keep Us Together". TMZ.com. January 22, 2014. Retrieved 2015-08-27. 
  12. ^ Reese, Diana (January 23, 2014). "Captain and Tennille, musical duo of the ’70s, divorcing after 39 years of marriage". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2015-08-27. 
  13. ^ Tennille, Toni (19 April 2011). "Parker & Parker: April 19, 2011". YouTube.com. Retrieved 8 May 2016. Daryl has a condition called Essential tremor, which has really wrecked his keyboard playing... 
  14. ^ Fernandez, Alex (February 12, 2017). "Daryl Dragon of Captain and Tennille Clears Up Rumors About His Health: ‘I Am Not Under Hospice Care’". People magazine. Retrieved February 13, 2017. 

References[edit]

  • Fuqua, Christopher S. (2004). Music Fell on Alabama: The Muscle Shoals Sound That Shook the World. Montgomery, AL: NewSouth Books. p. 159. ISBN 1-58838-157-9. 
  • Bronson, Fred (2003). The Billboard book of number 1 hits. New York: Billboard Books. p. 980. ISBN 0-8230-7677-6. 

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