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Lonelier Are Fools - The Three Degrees - International (CD, Album)

Posted on 10.11.2019 by Samulmaran
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9 Responses to Lonelier Are Fools - The Three Degrees - International (CD, Album)

  1. Zulkinris says:
    Mar 08,  · Ordered this CD from an American seller as it was only £, which included a £ p+p charge compared the the Amazon price of £, the Cd is one of those budget compilation CD's but is Ok, it's the Three Degrees original 70's recordings of some of their Philadelphia tracks recorded by Sheila, Valerie and Fayette Pinkney, even though the cover shows Sheila, Valerie and Helen Scott 3/5(1).
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  3. Malalabar says:
    Oct 19,  · Description Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this classic Soul album including six bonus tracks. The Three Degrees were hugely successful internationally throughout the '70s, particularly in the UK where they enjoyed 10 Top hits .
  4. Mitaxe says:
    The trio's second studio album for the Philadelphia label, The Three Degrees International, was marketed internationally under different titles and in various languages. In Continental Europe, it was called With Love, and it spawned the hit single "Take Good .
  5. Brara says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Three Degrees [Compilation] - The Three Degrees on AllMusic -
  6. Kazisar says:
    Three Degrees - International: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Another Heartache: A2: Take Good Care Of Yourself: A3: Get Your Love Back: A4: Lonelier Are Fools: A5: Distant Lover * Items below may differ depending on the release. The Three Degrees .
  7. Vule says:
    As I knew that The Three Degrees had something to do with disco, I purchased this vinyl some time back in the '90s. But no, International is not a disco album. I liked the most disco-style tracks most, including "Take Good Care of Yourself" and "Long Lost Lover.".
  8. Kik says:
    Album originally released in the US as 'International'; the European release was renamed 'With Love' and the UK edition titled 'Take Good Care Of Yourself'. The Japanese issue kept the original title but with a different tracklist featuring songs in French, Spanish and Japanese/5().
  9. Telabar says:
    The Three Degrees were to the smooth, sophisticated Seventies what The Supremes were to the hot and heady Sixties. Both talented and beautiful, the Philadelphian Trio of Fayette Pinkney, Valerie Holiday and Sheila Ferguson truly were one of the most International Acts of the Era, achieving hit records and sell-out concerts all over the World.

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