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The Three Degrees - The Three Degrees International (Vinyl)

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  1. The Three Degrees A: What I See B: Reflections Of Yesterday: Neptune [Dist. Chess] USA: N Feb 7" 2: The Three Degrees A: Melting Pot B: The Grass Will Sing For You: Roulette USA: R Mar 7" 0: The Three Degrees A: Maybe B: Collage: Roulette USA: R May 7" 3: $2: The Three Degrees A: Maybe B: Sugar On.
  2. Now past their "TSOP" apogee and working well with producers Gamble & Huff, the Three Degrees bounded back into the Top 40 with 's mettbicicherfickcimaliscanerniho.coinfog across a slick set dominated by Gamble & Huff-penned songs that provided a smooth vehicle for the trio's powerhouse vocals, the Three Degrees took the pleasing "Take Good Care of Yourself" into the charts.
  3. Three Degrees International Import The Three Degrees Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 5 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited5/5(5).
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  5. Catalogue number: PIR The Three Degrees. release by Philadelphia International Recordings. Vinyl: Excellent. A1: Dirty Ol' Man. A3: A Woman Needs A Good.
  6. The two Three Degrees albums and three or four offerings from Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes are classics of their period and genre, it has to be said, though. The very Motown-esque and infectious "Long Lost Lover" was also a minor UK hit too. It deserved better, actually. Both this and "Get Your Love Back" were excellent singles.5/5(18).
  7. The Three Degrees's album Three Degrees | philadelphia international records | | from on Philadelphia International records. All information of this Soul or .
  8. As I knew that The Three Degrees had something to do with disco, I purchased this vinyl some time back in the '90s. But no, International is not a disco album. I liked the most disco-style tracks most, including "Take Good Care of Yourself" and "Long Lost Lover.".

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