The Temptations’ ambitions were relatively modest when the group signed with Motown Records 60 years ago in Detroit.
And it certainly wasn’t looking towards a six-decade legacy that’s as strong now as it’s ever been.
“When we signed with Motown, like most up and coming artists we had dreams of being successful, making money. Our aspirations were the same as anybody trying to make it,” Otis Williams, the group’s sole surviving founding member, said Friday, May 14, by phone from Los Angeles. “We didn’t think about a year later, much less (60).”
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