Otis Williams of The Temptations Interview
Tom spoke to Otis Williams, the founder and last surviving original member of the Temptations before a show in Washington, about how a lot of guys nowadays have forgotten how to Treat Her Like A Lady, what happened when the Temptations tried to remove ‘My Girl’ from the setlist, and how the Dixie Chicks might have benefitted from some advice from Maurice King.
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