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Don McLean

David Burke, R2/Rock'n'Reel, March 2015

THE OBJECTS OF pop culture iconography never grow old. Elvis Presley is forever framed as the hip-thrusting, kiss-curled, impossibly beautiful boy king, just as Bob Dylan is immortalised as the tousle-haired hipster with the knowing sneer slashed across his features.

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