The Three Degrees: все альбомы, включая Holding Back, Highlights of The Three Degrees, Playlist: The Best Of The Roulette Years и другие.
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The Three Degrees is a 1973 studio album released by girl group The Three Degrees. Since their formation in 1965 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.
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.
International (The Three Degrees album). International is a 1975 studio album released by the female girl group The Three Degrees. The album includes the 1974 hit single, "TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia)". In the United Kingdom, the album was released under the title Take Good Care of Yourself, where it charted at in Europe the album was issued with the alternative title of With Love.
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. Maybe by The Three Degrees. The Three Degrees by The Three Degrees. Three D by The Three Degrees. Strategy (Our Tribute To Philadelphia) by The Three Degrees. New Dimensions by The Three Degrees. View all albums . The Three Degrees Live. By: The Three Degrees (1975, Funk, Soul). 1. TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia).
More By The Three Degrees. See All. The Best of The Three Degrees - When Will I See You Again. Back to Back: First Choice & The Three Degrees.
It's a wild and well-thought-out set, spotlighting the Three Degrees where they are most comfortable and at their best. The sound is clear and clean, sacrificing some vicarious energy by mixing the obviously enthusiastic audience down but not quite out of the experience. It's a timeless treat.