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Three Miles High

This is by far the best album the group has put out. I am an ole' schooler graduating high school in 1978 and undergrad and grad school in the 1980's I grew up listening and loving their music. I have alway loved the "Three Mile High" album, maybe because I love slow music/love songs. This by far did not stall the group but propelled it into further and future greatness.

Three Miles High

This was their best album by far. There were 4 or 5 songs on this album that were worth listening to. This is seventies soul funk at its best.

great!!

slow bump...classic....nuff said

Biography

Formed: Norfolk, VA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s

A funk band based in Norfolk, Virginia, Mass Production scored a dozen charting R&B singles from 1977 through 1982 for the Cotillion label. Their early ten-member lineup consisted of LeCoy Bryant, Kevin Douglas, James Drumgole, Agnes "Tiny" Kelly, Larry Marshall, Gregory McCoy, Rodney Phelps, Emmanuel Redding, Ricardo Williams, and Tyrone Williams. "Firecracker," their biggest hit, peaked at number four on Billboard's R&B chart in the late summer of 1979. They disbanded in 1983, following their eighth...
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  • $8.99
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Disco, Funk, Soul, Quiet Storm
  • Released: 1978

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