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  1. Otis Williams was not aware of Street's surgery, and called him, angry about Street's absence. (Web site)
  2. Otis Williams was now the only living, original member of the Temptations. (Web site)

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  1. Otis Williams agreed, and Kendricks and Paul Williams moved back to Detroit to join the group.
  2. Edwards remained in the Temptations until being fired by Otis Williams in 1977 just before the group's departure from Motown to Atlantic Records.
  3. Otis Williams, Edwards, Franklin, Street, and Harris continued recording and performing, and Norman Whitfield continued producing hits for them.
  4. Otis Williams, Edwards, Franklin, Street, and Harris continued recording and performing, and Norman Whitfield continued producing hits for them. (Web site)
  5. Only Otis Williams survives as the remaining member of the classic 1960s group of David Ruffin, Paul Williams, Eddie Kendricks and Melvin Franklin.

Temptations

  1. The following year, Otis Williams published his autobiography, Temptations, which he co-authored with Patricia Romanowski.
  2. Otis Williams hat zusammen mit Patricia Romanowski im Jahre 1988 die Story der Temptations verfasst und als Buch herausgegeben.
  3. Nineteen ninety-eight also saw the debut of The Temptations, a four-hour television miniseries based on Otis Williams' Temptations autobiography.
  4. As of 2005, The Temptations continue to perform as an independent act with only one original member, founder Otis Williams, in its lineup.
  5. Both Franklin and Otis Williams agreed at this time that Kendricks would be leaving the group.

Group

  1. Otis Williams and the other Temptations decided to resort to enlisting an on-hand fill-in for Paul Williams. (Web site)
  2. Otis Williams agreed, and Kendricks and Paul Williams moved back to Detroit to join the group. (Web site)
  3. Pg. 84---85. (the Primes had by this time combined with Otis Williams & the Distants and would soon sign to Motown as The Temptations). (Web site)
  4. In retrospect, Otis Williams considers "Papa" to be the last real classic and hit for the group.
  5. On a suggestion from Miracle Records employee Billy Mitchell and Otis Williams, The Temptations became the group's new moniker. (Web site)

Fired

  1. Otis Williams insists that Ruffin was given fair warning that if he did not change his attitude he would be fired.
  2. Otis Williams felt that this was hurting the group, and after The Temptations Do the Temptations was recorded in 1976, Edwards was fired from the group.

Motown

  1. Pg. 84?85. (the Primes had by this time combined with Otis Williams & the Distants and would soon sign to Motown as The Temptations). (Web site)
  2. Trivia Temptations singer Otis Williams disclosed that he and Ballard had an affair during their early years at Motown. (Web site)

Original Member

  1. As of 2007, the Temptations continue to perform and record for Universal Records with only one original member, founder Otis Williams, in its lineup.
  2. Franklin died on February 23, 1995, leaving Otis Williams (then 53) as the last surviving original member of the Temptations quintet. (Web site)
  3. Meanwhile, Ron Tyson had caught Dennis' act in a little club in Philadelphia and told Otis Williams that "Dennis was looking good and singing great. (Web site)

Member

  1. As of 2007, the Temptations continue to perform and record for Universal Records with only one original member, founder Otis Williams, in its lineup. (Web site)
  2. Both Franklin and Otis Williams agreed at this time that Kendricks would be leaving the group. (Web site)
  3. David and his brother engaged in singing competitions at the Temptation member Otis Williams's house in the 1960's.
  4. Group leader Otis Williams was not informed of Street's condition, and an angry Williams called Street, demanding to know why he missed his last performance.

Detroit

  1. Bryant was born in Thomasville, Georgia and later moved to Detroit, Michigan, where he met best friend Otis Williams.
  2. Otis Williams had moved from Texarkana, Texas, to Detroit as a young boy.
  3. From Whynot, MS. his family moved to Detroit where he and his brother sang at Otis Williams-s house.

Street

  1. Group leader Otis Williams was not informed of Street's condition, and an angry Williams called Street, demanding to know why he missed his last performance.
  2. Street was the lead singer of an early Temptations predecessor, Otis Williams & the Distants, and takes the spotlight on their local hit "Come On". (Web site)

Fights

  1. This led to a number of fights between Ruffin and the group's leader, Otis Williams. (Web site)
  2. He regularly picked fights with Otis Williams and Melvin Franklin over the group's leadership.

Charms

  1. For the doo-wop group, see Otis Williams and the Charms. (Web site)
  2. Also included is more of the roundtable discussion moderated by Larry Nager with Otis Williams & the Charms, Philip Paul and Keith Little.

Categories

  1. Arts > Music > Musicians > Temptations
  2. Culture > Arts > Music > Singers
  3. Glossaries > Glossary of Blues Musicians /
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