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However, he agreed to reconsider if Ram would coach them.So, lacking direction, the group turned to Samuel "Buck" Ram, who would be the Platters' guiding light for the rest of their recording career.The first to leave seems to have been Curtis Williams. Herb was originally from Kansas City and had started out as a tenor.
Early on, the Flamingos made it to TV, when they (probably Cornell Gunter, Joe Jefferson, Alex Hodge, and Herb Reed) appeared on the Ebony Showcase TV show, singing "Old Mac Donald," with Cornell in the lead.
The songs recorded were: "I'll Cry When You're Gone" (led by Tony), "Give Thanks" (Tony), "I Need You All The Time" (Tony), and "Hey Now" (Herb).