The Three Degrees


The Three Degrees are the longest running female vocal group in music history beginning in 1963. Known for songs like "When Will I See You Again," "Dirty Ol' Man," "TSOP- The Sound of Philadelphia" with MFSB on Philadelphia International Records and disco hits like "Giving Up Giving In," "The Runner," "My Simple Heart," and the lust ballad "Woman In Love" on Ariola Records produced by Giorgio Moroder. The current members are Helen Scott, Valerie Holiday, and Freddie Pool. Previous long term members include Fayette Pinkney, Janet Harmon, Sheila Ferguson, and Cynthia Garrison. , Who Sampled
Aliases:The Philly Degrees
Members:Cynthia Garrison, Fayette Pinkney, Freddie Pool, Helen Scott (2), Miquel Brown, Sheila Ferguson, Sundray Tucker, Valerie Holiday, Vera Brown, Victoria Wallace
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