About the song

Welcome to my blog, where I share my passion for music and its history. Today, I want to talk about one of my favorite songs by one of my favorite groups: The Temptations. The song is called “Treat Her Like A Lady” and it was released in 1984 as the first single from their album “Truly for You”. It was also the first single to feature Ali-Ollie Woodson as the lead singer of the group.

The song is a catchy and upbeat tune that delivers a positive message of showing respect and love to women. It was written by Woodson, Otis Williams and Victor Carstarphen, who also produced the song along with Al McKay and Ralph Johnson of Earth, Wind & Fire. The song was a huge success on the R&B charts, reaching #2, and also made it to #48 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #12 on the UK Singles Chart. It was one of the biggest hits for The Temptations in the 1980s and helped them regain their popularity and relevance in the music industry.

The Temptations are one of the most legendary vocal groups in history, with a career that spans over six decades and countless awards and honors. They are known for their distinctive harmonies, choreography and style, as well as their classic songs such as “My Girl”, “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” and “Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone”. They have gone through many changes in personnel and musical direction over the years, but they have always maintained their quality and integrity as artists. They are still performing today, with Otis Williams as the only surviving original member.

If you haven’t heard “Treat Her Like A Lady” yet, I highly recommend you to check it out. It’s a great song that showcases the talent and charisma of The Temptations and their new lead singer at the time, Ali-Ollie Woodson. It’s also a song that reminds us to treat women with dignity and care, which is something we should all do every day. Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more posts about music and its history.