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Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8, 1935 – August 16, 1977),

“It was the finest music of his life. If ever there was music that bleeds, this was it.” - Greil Marcus, From his book "Mystery Train," remembering the 1968 TV Special

“A lot of people have accused Elvis of stealing the black man’s music, when in fact, almost every black solo entertainer copied his stage mannerisms from Elvis.” - Jackie Wilson

“When I first heard Elvis' voice, I just knew that I wasn’t going to work for anybody; and nobody was going to be my boss...Hearing him for the first time was like busting out of jail.” - Bob Dylan

“Before Elvis, there was nothing.” - John Lennon

"Nothing really affected me until I heard Elvis. If there hadn't been an Elvis, there wouldn't have been The Beatles." - John Lennon

“I wasn’t just a fan, I was his brother. He said I was good and I said he was good; we never argued about that. Elvis was a hard worker, dedicated, and God loved him. Last time I saw him was at Graceland. We sang Old Blind Barnabus together, a gospel song. I love him and hope to see him in heaven. There’ll never be another like that soul brother." - James Brown

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Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8, 1935 – August 16, 1977), “It was the finest music of his life. If ever there was music that bleeds, this was it.” - Greil Marcus, From his book "Mystery Train," remembering the 1968 TV Special “A lot of people have accused Elvis of stealing the black man’s music, when in fact, almost every black solo entertainer copied his stage mannerisms from Elvis.” - Jackie Wilson “When I first heard Elvis' voice, I just knew that I wasn’t going to work for anybody; and nobody was going to be my boss...Hearing him for the first time was like busting out of jail.” - Bob Dylan “Before Elvis, there was nothing.” - John Lennon "Nothing really affected me until I heard Elvis. If there hadn't been an Elvis, there wouldn't have been The Beatles." - John Lennon “I wasn’t just a fan, I was his brother. He said I was good and I said he was good; we never argued about that. Elvis was a hard worker, dedicated, and God loved him. Last time I saw him was at Graceland. We sang Old Blind Barnabus together, a gospel song. I love him and hope to see him in heaven. There’ll never be another like that soul brother." - James Brown

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Bananarama are an English new wave group from London formed in 1980 by friends Sara Dallin, Siobhan Fahey and Keren Woodward.Their success on both pop and dance charts saw them listed in the Guinness World Records for achieving the world's highest number of chart entries by an all-female group.Between 1982 and 2009, they had 30 singles reach the Top 50 of the UK Singles Chart.

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Harry Manfredini (born August 25, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American film composer and jazz soloist, who has scored more than one hundred films, including most of the Friday the 13th series. He has had years of classical training, as well as twenty years in the popular music scene.In conversation with Russian journalist and composer Tony Vilgotsky, Harry Manfredini said that his musical tastes and style were influenced by such composers as Giacomo Puccini, Igor Stravinsky, Maurice Ravel and others.

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The Raveonettes are a Danish indie rock duo, consisting of Sune Rose Wagner on guitar, instruments and vocals, and Sharin Foo on bass, guitar and vocals. Their music is characterized by close two-part vocal harmonies inspired by The Everly Brothers coupled with hard-edged electric guitar overlaid with liberal doses of noise.Their songs juxtapose the structural and chordal simplicity of 1950s and 1960s rock with intense electric instrumentation, driving beats, and often dark lyrical content (e.g., crime, drugs, murder, suicide, love, lust, and betrayal), similar to another of the band's influences, The Velvet Underground.

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Led by guitar virtuoso and singer John O'Malley, The Nitros never failed to deliver the best neo-rockabilly you could hear, agremented with touch of blues and jazz, served by solid self penned songs and good choices of covers. Their recording carreer consists of 3 albums of their own and 2 as the backing band for Colbert Hamilton as well as numerous compilation albums.

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Vampire Beach Babes are a Canadian gothabilly band, from Toronto, Ontario who have toured internationally. Their music combines pop rhythms, goth rock sounds, and electronic/industrial elements.The band is fronted by Baron Marcus and includes a changing roster of members.

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Selofan is a death-inspired love-story. The duo was formed 2012 in Athens. From the beginning they created their own musical enviroment and every time they offer us a glimbse into it, we become overwhelmed by the emotional intensity of their sound and words. In the last seven years they gave us five studio albums, each one of them possesing its own unique identity. Selofan avoid the comfort of settling in one sound style and just keep experimenting. Dreamy saxophone melodies find their way through strong drum machine beats, a new wave bass riff and powerfull haunted female vocals, singing or storytelling in different languages and presenting themselves in such a theatrical way, that each live performance is emotionally overwhelming. Selofan have their own musical and aesthetical identity, underlined by their artwork and videos and are meanwhile a household name among the fans of the genre.

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All-female garage rock group from Miami Beach, FL who released one single on Tiara (2).

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Ernest Peter Maresca (August 21, 1938 – July 8, 2015) was an American singer, songwriter and record company executive, best known for writing or co-writing some of Dion's biggest hits, including "Runaround Sue" and "The Wanderer".

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Sha Na Na is an American rock and roll doo-wop group. Formed in 1969, but performing a song-and-dance repertoire based on 1950s hit songs, Sha Na Na has simultaneously revived and parodied the music and the New York street culture of the 1950s.After gaining initial fame for their performance at Woodstock, made possible with the help of their friend Jimi Hendrix, the group hosted Sha Na Na, a syndicated variety series that ran from 1977 to 1981. Billing themselves as "from the streets of New York",members were frequently outfitted in gold lamé or leather jackets, and sporting pompadour or ducktail hairdos. The group's name is taken from a series of nonsense syllables ("Sha Na Na Na Sha Na Na Na Na") in the song "Get a Job", originally recorded by the Silhouettes. The current lineup features original members Donny York and Jocko Marcellino, as well as longtime member Screamin' Scott Simon, who joined in 1970. Everyone else from the original band and TV show has since departed. Current band members include bassist Tim Butler, guitarist Randy Hill, drummer Ty Cox, and sax player Michael Brown.

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60's girl group from Etna Green, Indiana, USA. They released three 7", one in 1964 and two in 1966.

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US vocal group from New Jersey. Members: Richard Kelly (Lead), Mario Venancio (Baritone), Paul Sanzone (Bass), Augusto Ottilie (First tenor)

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Connie Stevens (born Concetta Rosalie Ann Ingolia; August 8, 1938) is an American actress, director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor and singer. Born in Brooklyn, New York City to musician parents, Stevens was raised there until age 12, when she was sent to live with family friends in rural Missouri after she witnessed a murder in the city. In 1953, at age 15, Stevens relocated with her father to Los Angeles, California. She began her career in 1957, making her feature film debut in Young and Dangerous, before releasing her debut album, Concetta, the following year. She subsequently had a supporting role in the musical comedy Rock-A-Bye Baby (1958) opposite Jerry Lewis, followed by the drama film The Party Crashers (also 1958) opposite Frances Farmer. Stevens gained widespread recognition for her portrayal of "Cricket" Blake on the network television series Hawaiian Eye, beginning in 1959. She garnered concurrent musical success when her single "Sixteen Reasons" became a radio hit, peaking at number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and the UK Singles Chart in 1960. Stevens continued to appear in film and television throughout the 1970s and 1980s, as well as performing as a musical nightclub act. Stevens' later film roles include in the comedy Tapeheads (1988) and the drama Love Is All There Is (1996). In 2009, Stevens made her directorial debut with the feature film Saving Grace B. Jones, which she also wrote and produced, based partly on elements of her own childhood.

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Nicolas Jaar is a Chilean music producer, mixing engineer, and DJ based in NY. Owner and founder of Other People.

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