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    'Ain't Too Proud' The Temptations Origin Story


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    Wow,i didn't know that a black woman wrote it,fantastic that the temptin ones are being honored with this play and as i've said all credit to otis for keeping the temps relevant today and to still be recording-temptations forever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Wow,i didn't know that a black woman wrote it,fantastic that the temptin ones are being honored with this play and as i've said all credit to otis for keeping the temps relevant today and to still be recording-temptations forever!
    I am pretty sure she is going to do a good job on their early story i.e. the Elgins and the Primes and at least mention Kel Osborne and some others that were left out of the TV movie.

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    Marv,i hope that this leads to another more factual film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Marv,i hope that this leads to another more factual film.
    So do I and call it the "Real Story" with input from a variety of people that were close to the story including family members. Film it in Detroit this time.

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    Hey marv,let's call it-the emperors of soul[the temptations story].

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    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Hey marv,let's call it-the emperors of soul[the temptations story].
    I like that title. Ok

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