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8 thoughts on “ Stardust - The Three Degrees - Maybe (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Maybe (Expanded Edition), an album by The Three Degrees on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  2. May 24,  · I use 3/16″ bubble wrap; two layers per side in each direction (wrap two layers, turn the LP 90 degrees, wrap two more layers) This gives you 4 layers of bubble top and bottom and helps overlap the corners. This fits tight in the mailer, so seams are safe. A foot roll costs about $ I never remove the LP unless asked, which is rare.
  3. The Three Degrees was the debut album by the outstanding trio. The best songs on it are brilliant, including the opening Dirty Ol' Man, which has the most incredibly extended melody. It is real frisson territory, even thought the subject seems a little odd given the elation of the music/5(54).
  4. vinyl LP: £ THE THREE DEGREES 3D ( UK 7-track vinyl LP produced by Giorgio Moroder and Harold Faltermeier, including My Simple Heart, Jump The Gun, Starlight and Red Light, picture sleeve. The sleeve has a little light storage wear and the vinyl is Excel lent with just the odd light sign of play 3D1) vinyl LP: £
  5. The Three Degrees A: What I See B: Reflections Of Yesterday: Neptune [Dist. Chess] USA: N Feb 7" 2: The Three Degrees A: Melting Pot B: The Grass Will Sing For You: Roulette USA: R Mar 7" 0: The Three Degrees A: Maybe B: Collage: Roulette USA: R May 7" 3: $3: The Three Degrees A: Maybe B: Sugar On.
  6. For the 42 total tracks on these 2 CD's, 19 of the songs are from their 2 albums MAYBE and SO MUCH LOVE [ the long album version of MAYBE was on both albums and is repeated twice to keep the original album's programming ]. There are 13 non-LP A and B sides in mono, and 10 album tracks in mono from their single versions/5(28).
  7. The “Velvet Fog” won a Best Jazz Vocal Performance Grammy for his work on his and Shearing’s album, Top Drawer; this cut from the LP is certainly award-worthy in itself. Clifford Brown.

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