The Three Degrees - The Three Degrees download album
- Album: The Three Degrees
- FLAC: 1371 mb | MP3: 1242 mb
- Released: 1978
- Style: Soul, Disco
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3D is a studio album by vocal trio The Three Degrees released in late 1979. The album which was produced by Giorgio Moroder yielded two successful single releases, "Jump The Gun" and "My Simple Heart". "Without You" and "Starlight" were also released as singles, but failed to make any impact on the singles chart. In the US "Set Me Free" was released and was a hit in the clubs and US Disco Charts. The album peaked at in the UK album charts.
The Three Degrees is a 1973 studio album released by girl group The Three Degrees. Since their formation in 1963 until 1969, The Three Degrees had released several hit singles on various labels, including Swan Records, Warner Bros. Records, Metromedia, and Neptune. Their first studio album, entitled "Maybe" was released on Roulette Records in 1970 as were several other singles on the same label.
More albums from The Three Degrees: Album Of Love by The Three Degrees. Live In Japan by The Three Degrees. Standing Up For Love by The Three Degrees. The Three Degrees Live by The Three Degrees. Maybe by The Three Degrees. The Three Degrees by The Three Degrees. Strategy (Our Tribute To Philadelphia) by The Three Degrees. New Dimensions by The Three Degrees. More albums from The Three Degrees: Album Of Love by The Three Degrees. Released in 1973, the album includes three hit singles, "Dirty Ol' Man", a hit single in the Netherlands, "Year Of Decision" and the UK "When Will I See You Again" The album was re-issued on CD in 2010, for the first time in the UK, by Big Break Records. This re-issue includes three bonus tracks including a 1977 remix of "Dirty Ol' Man" by Tom Moulton. Studio album by. The Three Degrees.
With successful sides for Roulette already under their belt, The Three Degrees found them combining their already tried and true R&B style with Gamble & Huff's trademark orchestral, instrumental flourish.
The Three Degrees are a female Philadelphia soul and disco vocal musical group, formed in 1963 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Although it has always had a three-girl lineup, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes, and a total of twelve women have represented the trio so far. The original members were Fayette Pinkney, Shirley Porter and Linda Turner. The trio, tagged by the media as "Prince Charles' favourites", were the first girl group to top the UK Singles Chart since The Supremes in 1964.
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The Three Degrees is the self-titled 1973 sophomore album from the American girl group that consisted of Sheila Ferguson, Valerie Holiday and Fayette Pinkney at the time. The album charted in at number 28 on Billboard’s top LPs chart and number 12 on the UK album chart. The album also produced four charting singles, the most popular being When Will I See You Again, which charted at number two in the US and number one in the UK. The album was remastered for CD in 2010, featuring two new songs and a remix of Dirty Ol' Man. The Three Degrees Q&A.