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Duke Fakir Of The Four Tops Plays Not My Job

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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.

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