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Three Degrees, The

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The Three Degrees: The Three Degrees (Philadelphia Int PIR 65858)

Review by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 9 February 1974

Degrees of heat ...

The Three Degrees: Higher and higher with the rising Degrees

Interview by Giovanni Dadomo, Record Mirror, 9 November 1974

HAVING EXPERIENCED the full force of thelr dynamic and sensual stage act only a few days before, I half expected to find the Three Degrees ...

Soul Single of the Year: 'Rock Your Baby'

Guide by David Hancock, Record Mirror, 25 January 1975

IT WAS the year's summer sound — a sort of black funk Lovin' Spoonful — which for a short time wholly captured the imagination of ...

Singles from Elton John, David Bowie et al

Review by Colin Irwin, Melody Maker, 1 March 1975

Elton gets lost ...

The International Three Degrees

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 13 May 1975

THE MOST successful banner carriers on behalf of the Philly Sound are undoubtedly the beautiful and talented Three Degrees, Sheila Ferguson, Valerie Holiday and Fayette ...

Three Degrees: Universal Stars

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 27 January 1976

IN THE realm of female groups today, you would be hard put to name any set of ladies who can emulate the current popularity and ...

Three Degrees: Palladium, London

Live Review by Rosalind Russell, Record Mirror, 17 April 1976


The Stylistics: 'Chitlins In A Basket' Special

Live Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, 24 April 1976

Stylistics/Brook Benton/Three Degrees: The Palladium, London ...

The Three Degrees: New Dimensions (Ariola); Giorgio Moroder: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Of Midnight Express (Casablanca)

Review by Richard Williams, Melody Maker, 11 November 1978

TEN YEARS from now, some Nick Lowe with perfect recall will mimic the sound of Giorgio Moroder; for it defines and will come to represent ...

The Three Degrees: Wembley Conference Centre, London

Live Review by Paul Sexton, Record Mirror, 5 July 1980

IF YOU'VE got it, flaunt it, someone once said. The Three Degrees flaunt it, but I'm not sure they've got it. Well... if you like ...


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