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Duane Eddy: Rolling Stone's #64 of 100 Greatest Guitarists

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Duane Eddy Duane Eddy Born: April 26, 1938 Corning, New York, U.S. Occupation: Musician, actor, composer Genres: Instrumental, rockabilly, rock and roll, rock-country Instruments: Guitar Years active: 1954–present Rolling Stone ranks Duane Eddy  number 64  of the 100 Greatest Guitarists. His hit, "Rebel Rouser," is among the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museums   500 Songs  that Shaped Rock & Roll. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994 and the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in 2008 with the second group so honored.

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David Bowie: Pinups (1973)

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Pinups Studio album: David Bowie Released: October 19, 1973 Recorded:  July 8 – August 1973 Genre: Glam rock, proto-punk Producer: Ken Scott, David Bowie Pinups is David Bowie's seventh studio album. Released in October 1973, all of its tracks are covers of songs recorded by fellow English acts, including Pink Floyd, The Kinks, Them, Pretty Things and the Easybeats. It was the last studio album by his classic backing band, The Spiders from Mars. The woman on the cover with Bowie is 1960s supermodel Twiggy. The photograph was shot in Paris for Vogue magazine. Bowie used it for the album instead.

Pop Up Video: Vogue (1990)

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Vogue Album: I'm Breathless B-side: Keep It Together Released: March 27, 1990 Recorded: December 1989 Genre: House. Songwriters: Madonna, Shep Pettibone Madonna's hit single, "Vogue," is on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's list of " 500 Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll." It was voted number 5 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of the 90s.   'Vogue' was the Number 1 hit the summer of 1990 and played in clubs across the globe, from London to New York to Bali. Positive, upbeat, and totally inclusive, it made house music mainstream and revived disco.

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Let's Go Trippin': Songs that Shaped Rock & Roll (1961)

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Let's Go Trippin' Single: Dick Dale and The Deltones Album: Surfers' Choice Released: September 1961 Recorded: 1961 Genre: Surf rock Songwriter: Dick Dale Rolling Stone ranks Dick Dale  number 74  of the 100 Greatest Guitarists. His hit, "Let's Go Trippin'," is among the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's  " 500 Songs  that Shaped Rock & Roll."  Known as the "Father of Surf Music" and the "Father of Heavy Metal," Dale's musical style influenced guitarists such as Jimi Hendrix, Pete Townshend, Eddie Van Halen and Brian May.

Billy Idol: Dancing With Myself (1981)

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Dancing with Myself Single by Gen X Album: Kiss Me Deadly Released: October 1980 Label: Chrysalis Songwriter: Billy Idol, Tony James Billy Idol  emerged from the London punk rock scene in the 1970s as the lead singer of a band called  Generation X .  His real name is William Broad. While a student, his Chemistry teacher wrote on his report card, " William is an idle student. " Broad wanted to use the stage name Billy Idle, but chose the spelling "Idol" to avoid confusion with Monty Python cast member Eric Idle.

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One Hit Wonders: Ram Jam (1977)

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Black Betty Single: Ram Jam Album: Ram Jam B-side: I Should Have Known Released: June 1977 Genre: Hard rock/blues. rock Songwriter: Traditional, Huddie Ledbetter Ram Jam were a short-lived band from New York City. "Black Betty" was their only hit. The song is pretty standard folk/blues material about a black woman from Alabama who has a "wild" child. A powerful beat and aggressive tempo drives  Ram Jam's version. It's played at sporting events to pump up the crowd. 

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