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The tracks The Three Degrees made with Philadelphia's Gamble & Huff production team were so smooth that they seemed to float away on their own design, but underneath the fluffy strings and all the hustle and flow were a couple of songs that are simply stone-cold classics, including the inescapable "When Will I See You Again," the warm, uplifting "Take Good Care of Yourself," and Gamble & Huff's own brilliant self-advertisement, "T.S.O.P. (The Sound of Philadelphia)." All three of these are here, along with other easy flowing tracks that move in the same neighborhood, making this a fine and generous introduction to the Three Degrees' most commercial period.
The tracks The Three Degrees made with Philadelphia's Gamble & Huff production team were so smooth that they seemed to float away on their own design, but underneath the fluffy strings and all the hustle and flow were a couple of songs that are simply stone-cold classics, including the inescapable "When Will I See You Again," the warm, uplifting "Take Good Care of Yourself," and Gamble & Huff's own brilliant self-advertisement, "T.S.O.P. (The Sound of Philadelphia)." All three of these are here, along with other easy flowing tracks that move in the same neighborhood, making this a fine and generous introduction to the Three Degrees' most commercial period.
8718627236550
Three Degrees - The Three Degrees - The Very Best

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Format: CD
Label: Music on CD
Rel. Date: 03/15/2024
UPC: 8718627236550

The Three Degrees - The Very Best
Artist: Three Degrees
Format: CD
New: Available $15.99
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DISC: 1

1. When Will I See You Again
2. Long Lost Lover
3. Can't You See What You're Doing to Me
4. Lonelier Are Fools
5. I Didn't Know
6. Here I Am
7. T.S.O.P. (The Sound of Philadelphia) (Previously Released Material)
8. Dirty Ol' Man
9. Love Is the Message (Single Version)
10. Take Good Care of Yourself
11. If and When
12. Year of Decision
13. We're All Alone
14. Get Your Love Back
15. What I Did for Love
16. Everybody Gets to Go to the Moon (Live)
17. Free Ride (Live)

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The tracks The Three Degrees made with Philadelphia's Gamble & Huff production team were so smooth that they seemed to float away on their own design, but underneath the fluffy strings and all the hustle and flow were a couple of songs that are simply stone-cold classics, including the inescapable "When Will I See You Again," the warm, uplifting "Take Good Care of Yourself," and Gamble & Huff's own brilliant self-advertisement, "T.S.O.P. (The Sound of Philadelphia)." All three of these are here, along with other easy flowing tracks that move in the same neighborhood, making this a fine and generous introduction to the Three Degrees' most commercial period.
        
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