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In 1952 Reed was working as a cab driver while singing in a vocal quartet that included the tenor David Lynch. The group was offered a recording contract by Ralph Bass of Federal Records, who added another young tenor, Tony Williams. Reed took the name the Platters from what was then the hip term for records. Their first single, Hey Now, featured Reed's bass singing, but thereafter Williams was usually the principal vocalist. While Reed was lead vocalist on occasional B-sides and some album tracks, otherwise he anchored the harmony and clowned about on stage.


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