Song of the day: The Three Degrees- Dirty Ol’ Man
A seventies song today, which could be seen as a pre-disco song. It came from Philadelphia, which had its own sound, just like Motown had its own sound. These things helped to create the disco, and this song is a good example of what helped it to develop. I’m not gonna talk about the content of the song, as it is too obvious to discuss. What was suprising to me, was that it never really hit any of the charts. Even in the US R&B chart it stuck to place 58. In the Netherlands, however, this was a real number one hit! (that might have to do with the performance they did on Toppop, which was the Dutch Top of the Pops. I tried to find the movie, but YouTube deleted the account of Toppop, because of a rightsissue…). I hope you enjoy
The Three Degrees- Dirty Ol’ Man
Posted on June 10, 2014, in 1970-1979, FlinterFiles and tagged 1973, dirty ol' man, FlinterFiles, hit, motown, Music, netherlands, philadelphia, pre-disco, seventies, soul, three degrees, toppop. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.