Put Your Hand in the Hand
|"Put Your Hand in the Hand"|
|Single by Ocean|
|from the album Put Your Hand in the Hand|
|B-side||"Tear Down the Fences"|
|Label||Kama Sutra Records|
|Producer(s)||Greg Brown, Ocean|
|Ocean singles chronology|
The song was later covered by Canadian band Ocean and released as the title track to their debut album. Their version of the track is arguably the most popular version of the track, peaking at No. 2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, and went on to become 22nd best-seller of 1971.
A1 "Put Your Hand in the Hand" - 2:52
A2 "Tear Down the Fences" - 2:53
The song was also covered in the 1970s by a number of other performers, including Elvis Presley (who also covered MacLellan's "Snowbird"), Randy Stonehill, Frankie Laine, Donny Hathaway, Joan Baez, the Les Humphries Singers and a German-language version ("Ich fand eine Hand") by Cindy & Bert. Evangelist Garner Ted Armstrong covered the song in a January 1976 episode of Hee Haw. Country singers Lynn Anderson and Loretta Lynn also recorded the song.
South African singer Ray Dylan recorded a cover on his album "Goeie Ou Country - Op Aanvraag".
The drum intro was sampled on the song "Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun" by the Beastie Boys on their 1989 album "Paul's Boutique".
- http://www.musica.co.za/cd/id/6005298026996/Ray_Dylan-Goeie_Ou_Country_-_Op_Aanvraag#contents Retrieved 10 January 2014
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