Who'd have thought that The Jackson 5's distinctive vocal style - which led them to sell 18 million records throughout their 26-year career - was inspired by Larry, Curly and Moe? Yet that's exactly what happened, as Tito Jackson, who handled lead guitar for the Motown superstars, recalls. "What really got us into the harmony was The Three Stooges. We loved the 'Hello' 'Hello' 'Hello' thing they did, so we'd always do that," he tells Rhythmic Talk host Justin Kantor. "That was one of the first harmony things we learned. From that we learned we could do all sorts of changes. It was one of the things that made us feel good about what we were trying to do."
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