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The Three Degrees

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My Childhood

I can remember my mother in the early 70's playing, "When will I see you again". Also seeing the Girls on Sanford and Son singing "I didn't know" What a pleasure to have them with me all the time as an adult.

The Original "Soul Train T.V. Show" Vocal Version IS HERE!!!

It's well known to most Soul Music lovers that the second (and most memorable) version of the SOUL TRAIN T.V. SHOW Theme: "T.S.O.P." was performed by MFSB Featuring the Three Degrees. Of all the versions of T.S.O.P. that are available on i-Tunes... (see M.F.S.B.) This is the ONLY version which features the ORIGINAL FULL VOCAL VERSION of the SOUL TRAIN SONG. You'll hear the Three Degrees singing the lyric: "Soul Train" and "People All Over the World!!!" as the repeating chant. (You DON'T hear those on any other version of the song) The only thing missing is the "Train Whistle-Style" patented scream of "THE SOUL TRAIN!!!" (That was ONLY added to the T.V. Show's own program intro) This version originally appeared on the original Three Degrees (Philadelphia International) Album: "International"


Formed: 1963 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Philly soul vocal group the Three Degrees started in 1963 in Philadelphia, PA. They were discovered by producer and songwriter Richard Barrett. Barrett was a key force for 1950s groups the Chantels, Little Anthony & the Imperials, Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers, and his own group the Valentines. The original lineup was Fayette Pickney, Shirley Porter, and Linda Turner. Barrett recorded this lineup on their first single, "Gee Baby (I'm Sorry)." In 1963, Linda Turner and Shirley Porter left the...
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