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  • CD (11 mai 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B003DW64XE
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Disque : 1

  1. Tsop (The Sound Of Philadelphia)
  2. Free Ride
  3. Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me
  4. Year Of Decision
  5. Living For The City / For The Love Of Money
  6. When Will I See You Again
  7. Dirty Ol' Man
  8. Everybody Gets To Go To The Moon
  9. Harlem
  10. Love Train

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CD Live In The Uk W/ Full Orchestra

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HASH(0x8ee8aaec) étoiles sur 5 Surprisingly Soulful Live Album from The Group Known to be Smooth 16 mai 2010
Par blue - Publié sur
Format: CD
This is their first live album, released in 1975, but probably recorded right after their popularity skyrocketed with a hit of "When Will I See You Again" in UK, which was in 1974.
Among their three live albums, others are "Live in Japan" and "Live in UK", this is the most soulful, raw and vibrant one, stirred up by the very enthusiastic audience. And other than the audience's contribution, the soulfulness of this performance was enhanced by the selection of their repertoire, though some of them are obviously not Soul, and explosive lead vocals of Valerie Holiday.
Without doubt, their manager, Richard Barett's intention and dream were, from the begining, to make them a polished cross over act, like the Supremes, who could perform at night clubs for affluent White guests like Copa. However, since ironically "Maybe", a soulful remake of Chantels' hit, featured the very Black sounding Valerie, became their first national hit, soulful tunes led by Val had dominated their Roulette recordings(the info of this CD's liner note is incorrect, it is Val's all the way on "Maybe"). Also probably because the Black Awareness was still strong and showing it was kinda hip in the first half of '70s, their repertoire and performing style were earthier and wilder at the time of this recording.

It was the perfect tune for their show opening, and the lead vocal was done by Sheila, only after you hear Faye's "Yeah" and Val's "Oooyeah."

*Free Ride & *Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me
The very soulful cover of Rock hits, the Edgar Winter Group's and Elton John's, led by powerful Val.

*Year of Decision
The second single form their Philadelphia International debut album, led by Val, but toward the end, Faye took over.

*Living for the City / For the Love of Money
This very traditional "Soul-Show-esque" performance of Stevie Wonder's and O'jays' socially aware songs definitely make this album's color more Black. Lead vocals were mainly done by Val, but on "Living for the City", Faye showed her vocal's soulfulness can match Val's.

*When Will I See you Again
Led by Super Sheila. The audience's reaction was just really fantastic.

*Dirty Ol' Man
Led by Sheila and Val. As Sheila said "Don't touch the merchandise", I wonder if she refered to Richard, hehehe.

*Everybody's Going to the Moon
From the film "French Connection" that they appeared in the night club scene, led by Sheila, Faye & Val, in that order, and this is the least Soulful, showbiz type song on this set(I do not mean I don't like it). I guess this side of them was very important for their career of that time since most of their works had been at night clubs prior to "WWISYA."

Again, they brought a very "Blackness" song to this show, which was penned by Bill "Ain't No Sunshine" Withers. Led by no other than the girl with a big voice, Val.

*Love Train
Again the cover of their label mate, O'jays' hit, for the closing of the show, and again led by Val.

Sheila saying "Believe me, this was the Three Degrees' year" on the intro of "WWISYA", I assume this recording was done near the end of 1974. In 1975, they released their second studio album from Philadelphia International and "Live in Japan", which was recorded during their Japan tour promoting the second album, and by that time, their musical direction had some changes because of the massive international success of "WWISYA" which sounded very pop. Since the lead vocal of that, Sheila became more recognaizable for the public than others and her voice and vocal style were more smooth than Val's, I think she was considered to be the one with more appeal to the mass. Therefore she started to take more leads on their recordings, and they also dropped too Black sounding songs, which was probably Richard's direction. However, on their shows, Sheila, Val and Faye(and later Helen) were always equal, sharing the leads, they seemed to have a very democratic structure inside unlike some other famous Black female groups, well, except the fact of being managed by the very controlling person. And still now, it seems that their current members, Val, Helen & Cynthia, have a very democratic relationship, means no Diana, and probably that is one of the reasons of their longevity.

This live album definitely shows what the Three Degrees really were at that time, what they were capable of, and the very soulful side of them hidden behind their popular glamorous pop & disco Diva personas.
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HASH(0x8ee8ae1c) étoiles sur 5 Three Degrees Live 25 février 2011
Par Garby Gable - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is the type of cd that you listen to and actually feel like you are actually at the live concert. The line up is Valerie Holiday, Fayette Pinkney and Sheila Ferguson and the music is action packed from beginning to end.

The Cd opens with the wonderful overture/medley played by The Three Degrees Orchestra under the direction of Richard Barrett and segues into their internatioanl hit (#1 U.S., U.S. R&B, U.S. A/C and #22 UK) "TSOP" with Sheila on the lead. I actually enjoy their version of "Free Ride," with Valerie's strong lead, which later became a major hit for Dan Hartman. They do a great job covering Elton John's "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me," along with "Year of Decision" which is full of energy, and why it charted #74 U.S. R&B and #13 UK; Val takes the lead but Faye can be heard towards the end.

Doing covers is what a lot of these groups did when on tour, especially in Europe. They wanted sophisticated soul, and who better to give it to them than The Three Degrees. "Living In The City/Money" has Faye on the lead voclas, with Val on "Money." Listening to Val's interaction with the audience, you can hear how much fun they are having.

"When Will I see You Again" charted #2 U.S., #4 U.S. R&B, and #1 U.S. A/C and UK, and with Sheila on lead vocals, it is probably one of their best known songs. For some reason "Dirty Ol' Man" (#58 U.S. R&B) was a big hit in Europe but it did not chart, however, Valerie and Sheila share the leads and it is a song that is always requested when they perform to this day. With Sheila and Val on lead for "Everybody Goes To The Moon" it became quite popular and earned them an Academy Award.

The group shines on Bill Wither's "Harlem" along with Valerie's vocals on both this and their cover of "Love Train"

This is a great cd and shows the Three Degrees at their ultimate best. Their harmony is tight and evryone gets a chance to shine. What's also great is the feeling you get when listening to this Cd, it's as though you were transported back to 1975 in Leicester, England. The energy is high and the Cd has the concert in it's original format. Defintely pick this up if you are a fan of the Three Degrees or live concerts from the 70's. The Three Degrees have also gone down in history books as the longest running line up of a girl group; Valerie Holiday, Helen Scott and Freddie Pool are the current line up.
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HASH(0x8ee8da2c) étoiles sur 5 stunning 17 septembre 2010
Par peter - Publié sur
Format: CD
One of the best live soul perfomance's of the 70's The orchestra conducted by Richard Barret is smooth and fine.
And the three degrees are in this combination of Sheila, Fayette and Valerie the top of female vocal groups.
This record is a dream for everybody who loves female soul groups like the pointer sisters, the supremes, sister sledge and love unlimited.
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