8 thoughts on “ TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia) - The 3 Degrees* - The Best Of The 3 Degrees (CD)

  1. Tsop (The Sound Of Philadelphia) - The Three Degrees. Top Songs By The Three Degrees. TRACK.
  2. T.S.O.P. (The Sound Of Philadelphia) Lyrics: People all of the world / People all of the world / People all of the world / People all of the world / People all of the world / People all of the.
  3. TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia) - The Three Degrees 8. Shout - The Trammps 9. I Love Music - The O'Jays I wondered wether to get the 4 cd box set of Philly sound but in the end went for this set. The tracks are a great mix and really distill all you need from this label onto 2 cds. think of three degrees, o jays, the stylistics. full /5(31).
  4. 'The Philadelphia Sound' [Labels]: A: Mighty Three Music Theme from the television show "Soul Train" B: Stein and Van Stock, Inc. From The LP PIR "LOVE IS THE MESSAGE" Made in Germany _____ TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia): sleeve variant with additional 'Originalaufnahme'-blurb in the upper left corner/5(20).
  5. The Three Degrees is an American female vocal group, which was originally formed in circa in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Although 15 women have been members over the years, the group has always been a trio. The current line-up consists of Valerie Holiday, Helen Scott and Freddie Pool.
  6. The Three Degrees were asked to do vocals at the end of the show's new theme track. After some airings, public demand forced the TV show's theme to be released as a single. "TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia)" by MFSB featuring the Three Degrees went gold hitting number one R&B and holding the number one pop for two weeks during spring
  7. Rock Instrumental Classics, Vol. 3 (VA) SONGS. To listen to a song clip, click any song title that has a speaker icon. This will take you to a list of links to CD and/or MP3 product pages from one or more online merchants that have sound samples. MFSB Featuring The Three Degrees. TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia)
  8. When it comes to classic soul, it's easy to say there were three major players: Motown, Stax, and Philly Soul. Whereas the first two were record labels, borderline institutions, that honed in on amazing talent and building a soul empire, Philadelphia Sound was more about a state of existence. Yes, there was the iconic Philadelphia.

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