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Australian musician and songwriter Greg Ham passed away in Melbourne on Thursday. He was best known for playing saxophone, flute, organ, piano and the synthesizer with the 1980s band Men at Work. You can hear his flute riff in the band's 1982 single "Down Under."

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Levon Helm, drummer and backing singer for '70s rock band The Band, passed away earlier today. Originally the backing group for Bob Dylan and other musicians, The Band (as they started calling themselves) began releasing their own material and produced such classics as "The Weight" and "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down." Their 1976 farewell concert served as the basis for Martin Scorsese's concert documentary The Last Waltz, and it (as well as the live album of the same name) is a goddamn classic. Look it up now if you haven't already.

(And on the same day Greg Ham of Men at Work died, too. Sad day!)

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To be fair, we never talked about her while she was alive because you never know what you've got until it's gone. #bigyellowtaxi #jonimitchell #notcountingcrows

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Beloved science fiction writer Ray Bradbury passed away today. Here's a song by someone who beloved Ray Bradbury a little too much. It's also extremely creepy if you don't know that this was made before he died (necrophilia: we don't endorse it here!).

Video also contains extremely strong language. If you're reading this, Grandma, please don't click the sideways triangle at the bottom left corner of the picture. It turns the picture into a movie about naughty things and you'll be so upset you might miss evening mass again.

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"Okay, okay, we'll think of someone different. How about that one Beatle with blonde hair and glasses? No? Maybe Robert Palmer. Him too? Well, why not Amy Winehouse? The kids are mad about ... ARE YOU SERIOUS? When?"

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