In the musical spectrum of the 50's, the Patters stood solidly and proudly in the middle. Likw the Ink Spots a decade earlier, the Platters were the most successful black group of their time, and like the Ink Spots, they gained broad-based acceptance only after leaving their roots behind to forge their own distinctive Pop style. A tremendous conversation about a group that is still performing on stages around the world.
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