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Dirty Ol Man - The Three Degrees - Hits And More... (CD)

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  • Nigor
    says:
    Dirty Ol' Man This song is by The Three Degrees and appears on the album The Three Degrees (). Dirty You're a dirty ol' man You can't keep your hands to yourself You're a dirty ol' man Go mess around with somebody .
  • Diran
    says:
    The Three Degrees are a female Philadelphia soul and disco vocal musical group, formed in in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Although it has always had a three-girl lineup, the group has undergone numerous personnel changes, and a total of twelve women have represented the trio so far.
  • Tauktilar
    says:
    The divas of Gamble & Huff's Philadelphia International stable, the Three Degrees debuted their self-titled album for the label in before they hit the mainstream with MFSB and "TSOP" the following year. And, although they are so often piggybacked on that glory, it's important to remember that this remarkable trio was already established as one of the country's premier female vocal groups.
  • Kazrall
    says:
    The Three Degrees discography and songs: Music profile for The Three Degrees, formed Genres: Philly Soul, Disco, Soul. Albums include When Will I See You Again / Year of Decision, TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia) / Something for Nothing, and The Three Degrees.
  • Shakazshura
    says:
    The Three Degrees. The Three Degrees are an American female vocal group, formed in in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The group has always been a trio, although there have been a number of personnel changes and a total of fifteen women have represented the group so far. The original members were Fayette Pinkney, Shirley Porter and Linda Turner.
  • Kazrataur
    says:
    CD Universe is your source for Three Degrees's song Dirty Ol' Man MP3 download lyrics and much more. Greatest Hits-Three Degrees Featuring the song Dirty Ol' Man MP3 download and Lyrics.
  • Mezihn
    says:
    Written and produced by Gamble & Huff and arranged by Bobby Martin, you can hear the roots of Chicago-born house music in its four-on-the-floor beat and midsong break. "Dirty Ol' Man" was included on The Three Degrees, their spectacular debut for Gamble & Huff's CBS-distributed Philadelphia International Records, which yielded their platinum number four R&B/number two pop .
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