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The Trammps Featuring: MFSB & The Three Degrees - The Best Of The Trammps Featuring: MFSB & The Three Degrees album mp3

The Trammps Featuring: MFSB & The Three Degrees - The Best Of The Trammps Featuring: MFSB & The Three Degrees album mp3

Performer: The Trammps
Title: The Best Of The Trammps Featuring: MFSB & The Three Degrees
Country: Europe
Released: 1975
Style: Soul, Disco
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 806
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TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia). Where Do We Go From Here. The Trammps Featuring: MFSB & The Three Degrees. The Trammps Featuring: MFSB & The Three Degrees - The Best Of The Trammps Featuring: MFSB & The Three Degrees ‎ (LP, Comp). Philadelphia International Records.

TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia). Arranged By – Bobby MartinProducer – Gamble-Huff Written-By – K. Gamble - L. Huff. Matrix, Runout (Side 1 Label): PIR 80669-1. Matrix, Runout (Side 2 Label): PIR 80669-2. Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.

The Three Degrees is a 1973 studio album released by girl group The Three Degrees. Since their formation in 1965 until 1969, The Three Degrees had released several hit singles on various labels, including Swan Records, Warner Bros. Records, Metromedia, and Neptune. Their first studio album, entitled "Maybe" was released on Roulette Records in 1970 as were several other singles on the same label.

It was the 1972 release of their first album, MFSB, that put them on the map. This marked the beginning of a string of instrumental hits that brought major attention to a large orchestra who laid the foundation for the Sound of Philadelphia. MFSB's disco sound first hit the top of the Hot 100 charts as the backing band for The O'Jays' "Love Train" in March, 1973. In 2005, drummer Keith Benson (who had joined the group upon Young's departure) revived the group with Gamble's help. The lineup included himself on drums, Jimmy Williams on bass, Dennis Harris and Barton French on guitars, and vocalists Carla Benson, Johnny Ingram, and Michael Clark  . 22. "Love Is the Message" (featuring The Three Degrees).

TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia). MFSB featuring the Three Degrees. Bruce's Choice: Where Do We Go From Here. Adam's Choice: On Your Way Down.

to is the largest czech cloud storage. MFSB - TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia). 0201 The Trammps - That's Where The Happy People Go (Album Version).

The history of the Trammps grew from the 1960s group the Volcanos, who later became the Moods. With a number of line-up changes by the early 1970s, the band membership included gospel-influenced lead singer Jimmy Ellis, drummer and singer (bass voice) Earl Young, with brothers Stanley and Harold 'Doc' Wade. Members of the Philadelphia recording band MFSB played with the group on records and on tour in the 1970s with singer Robert Upchurch joining later  . The Best of the Trammps featuring: MFSB & The Three Degrees. - 14. Philadelphia Int'l. The Best of the Trammps.

The Sound of Philadelphia). 4. Take Good Care of Yourself. 6. Get Your Love Back. The Very Best of the Spinners. The Best of Ruby Winters. Rhino Hi-Five: The Trammps - EP. The Trammps.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Shout
Arranged By – Ronnie Baker*Producer – Baker, Harris & Young*Written-By – K. Isley*, R. Isley*, R. Isley*
3:32
A2 TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia)
Arranged By – Bobby MartinProducer – Gamble-Huff*Written-By – K. Gamble - L. Huff*
3:43
A3 Love Epidemic
Arranged By – Norman HarrisProducer – Baker, Harris & Young*Written-By – L. Breen*, N. Harris*
4:48
A4 Love Is The Message
Arranged By – Bobby MartinProducer – Gamble-Huff*Written-By – K. Gamble - L. Huff*
6:35
A5 Where Do We Go From Here
Arranged By – Ronnie Baker*Producer – Baker, Harris & Young*Written-By – R. Baker*
3:45
B1 Trusting Heart
Arranged By – Norman HarrisWritten-By – M. Steals*, M. Steals*
3:19
B2 Family Affair
Arranged By – Bobby MartinProducer – Gamble-Huff*Written-By – S. Stewart*
4:23
B3 Down Three Dark Streets
Arranged By – Ronnie Baker*Producer – Baker, Harris & Young*Written-By – R. Baker*
5:00
B4 Back Stabbers
Arranged By – Lenny PakulaProducer – Gamble-Huff*Written-By – L. Huff*, C. McFadden-J. Whitehead*
6:33
B5 I Know That Feeling
Arranged By – Ronnie Baker*Producer – Baker, Harris & Young*Written-By – R. Baker*
3:10

Credits

  • Compiled By – Guido Weyprecht
  • Design [Sleeve] – Nico Roskam
  • Featuring – MFSB, The Three Degrees

Notes

Manufactured by CBS Records
With special thanks to Ferry Maat
Made & Printed in Holland
℗ 1975 CBS Inc.
© 1975 CBS Inc.

A2 is the theme from the television show "Soul Train"
A3 songwriter "L. Breen" should be "L. Green"
B4 songwriter "C. McFadden" should be "G. McFadden"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Label): PIR 80669-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Label): PIR 80669-2
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
40-80669 The Trammps Featuring: MFSB & The Three Degrees The Trammps Featuring: MFSB & The Three Degrees - The Best Of The Trammps Featuring: MFSB & The Three Degrees ‎(Cass, Comp) Philadelphia International Records 40-80669 Europe 1975
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