“When Will I See You Once more” is a track by American soul group The Three Levels, from their third album The Three Levels. The track was written and produced by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff.
It was probably the most profitable recordings of the “Philly Soul” period. Within the U.S., the track reached primary on the grownup modern chart, quantity two on the pop singles chart, and quantity 4 on the R&B chart within the autumn of 1974.
Within the UK, it fared even higher, spending two weeks on the high of the UK Singles Chart in August 1974. The Three Levels carried out the track at Prince Charles’ thirtieth party at Buckingham Palace in 1978.
Sheila Ferguson recalled that “the track was performed to me by Kenny Gamble on the piano in 1973 and I threw a tantrum. I screamed and yelled and mentioned I’d by no means sing it. I believed it was ridiculously insulting to be given such a easy track and that it took no expertise to sing it.
We did do it and several other million copies later, I spotted that he knew greater than me.” The track is exclusive in that each sentence is a query, heightening the general impact and emotion. Within the movie Kill Invoice: Quantity 2, Invoice cites this track as his “favourite soul track of the 70s”.