Duke Fakir Of The Four Tops Plays Not My Job | WAMU 88.5 - American University Radio
Filed Under:

Duke Fakir Of The Four Tops Plays Not My Job

Play associated audio

Duke Fakir was still a high school student in Detroit when he started performing songs with three friends in the 1950s. That was the beginning of the 40-year career of the Four Tops, one of Motown's biggest acts, known for such hits as "Reach Out I'll Be There," "Baby I Need Your Loving," "Bernadette" and many more.

We've invited Duke, as one member of the Four Tops, to answer three questions about different kinds of bottoms.

Copyright 2012 National Public Radio. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.

NPR

For Native Alaskans, Holiday Menu Looks To The Wild

Thanksgiving menus traditionally celebrate the bounty of late fall. In rural Alaska, that means walrus, moose, fermented fish heads and Eskimo ice cream — salmonberries mixed with Crisco.
NPR

The Native American Side Of The Thanksgiving Menu

The first Thanksgiving was something of a joint venture between pilgrims and Native Americans. Chef Richard Hetzler shares a menu that celebrates the first settlers and the country's first tribes.
NPR

EPA Proposes New Rules To Curb Ozone Levels

The rules would lower the threshold for ozone from 75 parts per billion to between 65 ppb and 70 ppb. They are likely to be opposed by industry groups as well as Republicans.
NPR

Weekly Innovation: A Seat That Fits In Your Pocket

The Sitpack is a compact seat shaped like a monopod that fits in your pocket when folded up. Creator Jonas Lind-Bendixen says the product could be used during travel or while waiting at a concert.

Leave a Comment

Help keep the conversation civil. Please refer to our Terms of Use and Code of Conduct before posting your comments.