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Johnny Hodges

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Aliases
Johnny Hodges and The Ellington All-Stars Without Duke
Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra
Johnny Hodges and His Strings
Johnny Hodges and Orchestra (An Ellington Unit)
Real name
John Cornelius Hodges
Born
July 25, 1907
Died
May 11, 1970
Country
United States
IPI
00014210546 28 works
Affiliation
ASCAP
Comments
Swing and mainstream jazz alto and soprano saxophonist. Hodges was a longtime soloist with the Duke Ellington organization.
Member of
The Ellingtonians
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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
i  REL 1947 (196 artists)
Originally by Duke Ellington and His Orchestra REC
 REC 1937 (22 artists)
Originally by Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians REL
i 1973 Joan Chamorro & Eva Fernández
i 1957 (15 artists)
i November 1961 (12 artists)
i Blues O' Mighty Johnny Hodges - Wild Bill Davis 1964 Unverified
i 1959 Sant Andreu Jazz Band
i May 1951 (26 artists)
i January 1951 (151 artists)
i November 1960 Gustl Mayer's Jazz Stampede
listen on Internet Archive i 1941 (302 artists)
i June 1957 (2 artists)
i 1939 (8 artists)
i March 1953 Jay Geils
i 1943 (2 artists)
i 1959 (2 artists)
i June 1957 Enrico Tomasso
listen on Internet Archive i April 18, 1941 (31 artists)
i 1966 Earl Hines
i Haupe Duke Ellington and His Orchestra featuring Johnny Hodges (Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges) June 1959 Unverified
i 2000 (3 artists)
i I'm In Another World Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra 1939 Unverified
i 1938 (54 artists)
i Junior Hop Johnny Hodges and Orchestra 1941 Unverified
i 1957 (5 artists)
i 1984 (2 artists)
i 1968 (2 artists)
i 1943 (84 artists)
i May 1951 (9 artists)
i 1952 Burt Bacharach
i November 1960 (2 artists)
i 1956 (10 artists)
i 1965 Marion Brown
listen on Internet Archive i 1942 (38 artists)
i 1954 (4 artists)
listen on Internet Archive i April 18, 1941 (2 artists)
listen on Internet Archive i September 29, 1938 (29 artists)
listen on Internet Archive i 1942 (265 artists)
i 1984 Harry Allen
i 1965 (2 artists)
i 1959 (4 artists)

Covers by Johnny Hodges

Title Performer Release date Originally by
listen on Internet Archive September 1938 Johnny Sylvester & His Playmates (Original Indiana Five)
i   1963 Vera Lynn REC,REL, Ida Lupino BRD
i 1973 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i 1956 J. Harold Murray PRF, Richard Himber and His Ritz-Carlton Orch. - Vocal Refrain by Joey Nash REC,REL, The Radiolites [Ben Selvin], Paul Gregory & Marilyn Miller PRF, New Mayfair Dance Orchestra [Ray Noble] REC,REL, Tamara PRF, Gertrude Niesen with orchestral acc dir. by Ray Sinatra REC, Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Billie Holiday REC, (unknown performer) BRD, Elizabeth Spencer
i Azure Johnny Hodges with Billy Strayhorn and His Orchestra (Johnny Hodges, Billy Strayhorn) 1962 Unverified
i 1959 Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra
i 1959 Prince's Band
listen on Internet Archive November 1952 "Fats" Waller and His Rhythm
i 1957 The Washingtonians (Duke Ellington)
i   1963 Arthur Prysock with Orchestra directed by Sy Oliver REL, Tony Bennett with Percy Faith & His Orchestra REC
i   May 1966 Arthur Prysock with Orchestra directed by Sy Oliver REL, Tony Bennett with Percy Faith & His Orchestra REC
i   1959 Eddie Quillan and Arline Judge REC,BRD, Ginger Rogers and Willie Howard PRF
i May 1966 Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra
i 1967 Barney Bigard and Orchestra
i April 1966 Barney Bigard and Orchestra
i   September 1954 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra PRF, Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra REL
i 1970 King Oliver's Jazz Band, Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
i 1964 King Oliver's Jazz Band, Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
i Day Dream Johnny Hodges with Billy Strayhorn and His Orchestra (Johnny Hodges, Billy Strayhorn) 1962 Unverified
i 1963 Paul Whiteman and His Concert Orchestra
i 1965 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i   1962 Walter Woolf King PRF, Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - Vocal Chorus by Carmen Lombardo REC,REL
i 1954 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i Don't Get Around Much Any More Johnny Hodges with Billy Strayhorn and His Orchestra (Johnny Hodges, Billy Strayhorn) 1962 Unverified
i 1967 Petula Clark
i November 1960 Mildred Bailey
i 1965 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i 1970 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
i May 1966 Gary McFarland and Co./Clark Terry
i April 1966 Gary McFarland and Co./Clark Terry
listen on Internet Archive i 1944 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Herb Jeffries
i   1963 Marjorie Smith PRF, Mary Sue Berry REC
i November 1960 (unknown)
i 1965 Johnny Hodges and Orchestra (An Ellington Unit)
i 1967 Johnny Hodges and Orchestra (An Ellington Unit)
i 1966 Dolores Valesco
i 2000 Dolores Valesco
i   May 1966 Bob Hope PRF, Hal Kemp and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Skinny Ennis REC
i March 1964 The Boardwalk Orchestra (Ben Selvin)
i   November 1960 Woody Herman and His Orchestra REC, Jo Stafford and The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston & His Orchestra REL
If You Were in My Place (What Would You Do) Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra, vocal by Mary McHugh (Johnny Hodges, Mary McHugh) 1938 Unverified
i   September 1954 Ivie Anderson PRF, Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Ivie Anderson REL
1938 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i 1964 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i May 1966 Harry James and His Orchestra
i April 1966 Harry James and His Orchestra
i 1965 Harry James and His Orchestra
1957 "Fats" Waller and His Rhythm
i I'm Just a Lucky So and So Johnny Hodges with Billy Strayhorn and His Orchestra (Johnny Hodges, Billy Strayhorn) 1962 Unverified
i 1967 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i September 1954 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i 1962 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
i May 1966 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
i 1950 Irving Gillette (Henry Burr)
i 1967 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i 1957 The Ambassadors [US2]
listen on Internet Archive 1953 Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Bing Crosby
i 1950 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra - Vocal by Albert Hibbler
i 1967 Claire Carleton
i I've Got It Bad And That Ain't Good Johnny Hodges with Billy Strayhorn and His Orchestra (Johnny Hodges, Billy Strayhorn) 1962 Unverified
i 1965 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra
i Jeep's Blues Johnny Hodges with Billy Strayhorn and His Orchestra (Johnny Hodges, Billy Strayhorn) 1962 Unverified
i June 1957 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i 1965 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i 1959 Franklyn Baur
1957 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra, Duke Ellington and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Ray Nance
i 1947 Anita O'Day with Benny Carter and His Orchestra
i   1959 Carl Fenton's Orchestra (Walter Haenschen) REC, Walter Catlett PRF
i   1960 Harold Arlen with Orchestral Acc. Dir. by Ray Sinatra REC, Art Jarrett BRD
i 1965 Count Basie and His Orchestra
i March 1964 Cootie Williams and His Rug Cutters
i   1959 Kenny Baker [US1] BRD, Abe Lyman and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Frank Parrish REC
i 1959 (unknown)
i 1962 Native Tahitian Singers - The MGM Studio Orchestra conducted by Robert Armbruster
i March 1964 (unknown)
i 1968 Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Scrappy Lambert
i May 1966 Erroll Garner Trio
i 1965 The Jungle Band [Duke Ellington]
i   1959 Fred Astaire BRD, Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Johnny Morris REC
listen on Internet Archive i   1944 Leo Reisman and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Fred Astaire REC, Fred Astaire PRF
i 1965 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
i   1956 Harry Richman PRF, Ted Lewis and His Band REC
i   1944 Harry Richman PRF, Ted Lewis and His Band REC
i   1965 Harry Richman PRF, Ted Lewis and His Band REC
i 1968 Judy Garland
i   1965 Jose Collins PRF, Charles Harrison [US] REC,REL
i 1950 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i April 1966 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
listen on Internet Archive   November 1952 Bing Crosby, Eddie Lang BRD, Bing Crosby with Anson Weeks and His Orchestra REC,REL
i 1962 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
listen on Internet Archive September 29, 1938 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i 1966 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
listen on Internet Archive i 1939 The Jungle Band [Duke Ellington]
i 1970 The Harlem Footwarmers (Duke Ellington)
i 1955 Prince's Band
i April 1966 Earl Hines and His Orchestra – Vocal Chorus Walter Fuller
i 1959 Mamie Smith's Jazz Hounds
i 1965 Mercer Ellington and His Orchestra
i 1959 Mercer Ellington and His Orchestra
i November 1960 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i 1964 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i 1963 Jet Harris & Tony Meehan
i 1954 The African Dance Band of the Cold Storage Commission of Southern Rhodesia
i September 1954 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
i   1959 Winnie Lightner PRF, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra REL
i   May 1966 Gertrude Lawrence REC,REL,PRF
i   1959 Gertrude Lawrence REC,REL,PRF
i 1962 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i 1966 The Six Hottentots - Vocal Chorus Irving Kaufman
i 1963 The Tymes
i September 1954 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
i May 1966 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
i 1965 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
i   1960 Clarence Williams' Blue Five - Vocal Chorus by Eva Taylor REL, William Bailey REC
i Stardust Johnny Hodges with Billy Strayhorn and His Orchestra (Johnny Hodges, Billy Strayhorn) 1962 Unverified
i May 1966 Hoagy Carmichael & His Pals
i 1959 Prince's Band
i   March 1964 Shirley Scott with Stanley Turrentine REL, Stanley Turrentine REC
i 1965 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
i 1960 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
i   1966 Ethel Waters with Duke Ellington & His Orchestra PRF, Leo Reisman and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Harold Arlen REC
i   1959 Helen Jepson REL, Abbie Mitchell PRF, Abbie Mitchell under the direction of George Gershwin REC
i   1959 Adele Astaire & Allen Kearns PRF, Frank Crumit REC,REL
i 1965 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i 1957 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i   1964 Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra REC, Bob Eberly, Helen O'Connell, and Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra BRD
i   1952 Helen Clark–Lewis James REC, Phyllis Cleveland and Jack Barker PRF
i The Brown Skin Gal In The Calico Gown Johnny Hodges - Wild Bill Davis 1966 Unverified
i The Gal from Joe's Johnny Hodges with Billy Strayhorn and His Orchestra (Johnny Hodges, Billy Strayhorn) 1962 Unverified
i 1965 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra
i   September 1958 Kate Smith REC, Ann Sothern BRD
i   1959 Marion Harris REC, Adele Astaire PRF
i 1962 (unknown)
i 1966 Sarah Vaughan - Orchestra conducted by Quincy Jones
i 1967 Chick Bullock accompanied by His Orchestra
i 1965 Chick Bullock accompanied by His Orchestra
i November 1961 Isham Jones' Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Woody Herman
listen on Internet Archive 1953 Isham Jones' Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Woody Herman
i 1953 Joseph Knecht's Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra
i 1967 Al Bowlly
i   1967 Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Kitty Kallen REC, Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra – Vocal Refrain by Joya Sherrill REL
i   1959 Ginger Rogers BRD, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Edythe Wright REC
i   1959 Fred Astaire with Johnny Green and His Orchestra BRD, Ozzie Nelson and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Ozzie Nelson REC,REL
i 1964 Johnny Hodges and Orchestra
i   1944 Paul Gregory & Marilyn Miller PRF, New Mayfair Dance Orchestra [Ray Noble] REC,REL
i April 1966 Erskine Hawkins and His Orchestra
i 1959 Isham Jones Orchestra
i 1956 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i 1959 Louisiana Five
i March 1953 Elsie Carlisle
i May 1966 Ted Lewis Jazz Band
i 1963 Johnny Mathis with Ray Conniff and His Orchestra and Chorus
i   1947 Jack Albin and His Hotel Pennsylvania Dance Orch. - Vocal Chorus by Bill Coty REC, Adele Astaire & Eddie Foy Jr. PRF
i 1967 Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Dick Haymes

Songs written by Johnny Hodges

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
A Little Taste Johnny Hodges, Dave Frishberg Dave Frishberg April 1981 Covered by Veronica Swift
Blues O' Mighty Johnny Hodges, Edith Cue Hodges Johnny Hodges - Wild Bill Davis 1964 Unverified
Cool Your Motor Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra April 5, 1958 Covered by Gustl Mayer's Jazz Stampede
Cotton Club Stomp Duke Ellington, Harry Carney, Johnny Hodges Duke Ellington and His Orchestra May 3, 1929 Covered by (11 artists)
Funky Blues Johnny Hodges Ray Brown [US], Benny Carter, J.C. Heard, Johnny Hodges, Barney Kessel, Charlie Parker, Oscar Peterson, Flip Phillips, and Ben Webster July 1952 Covered by Jay Geils
Going Out the Back Way Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges and Orchestra (An Ellington Unit) July 3, 1941 Covered by (2 artists)
Gone and Crazy Irving Mills, Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges and The Ellington Men June 1957 Covered by Enrico Tomasso
Good Queen Bess Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges and Orchestra (An Ellington Unit) November 2, 1940 Covered by (31 artists)
Hash Brown Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges - Wild Bill Davis January 1966 Covered by Earl Hines
I'd Be There Johnny Hodges, Ben Webster The Ben Webster - Johnny Hodges Sextet 2000 Covered by (3 artists)
I'm Beginning to See the Light Duke Ellington, Harry James, Johnny Hodges, Don George Harry James and His Orchestra November 21, 1944 Covered by (405 artists)
I'm In Another World Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra 1939 Unverified
It Shouldn't Happen to a Dream Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges, Don George Duke Ellington and His Orchestra - Vocal by Albert Hibbler December 18, 1946 Covered by (30 artists)
Jeep's Blues Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra March 28, 1938 Covered by (54 artists)
Meet Mr. Rabbit Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges and The Ellington All-Stars Without Duke September 1, 1956 Covered by (5 artists)
Mood to Be Wooed Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra January 4, 1945 Covered by (3 artists)
Once Upon a Time Johnny Hodges Earl Hines January 1966 Covered by Oliver Nelson [US]
One for the Duke Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges November 1960 Covered by (2 artists)
Open Ears Johnny Hodges Hodges & Hines 1968 Covered by (2 artists)
Rabbit's Blues [You Blew Out the Flame in My Heart] Ervin Drake, Johnny Hodges, Jimmy Shirl Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra January 15, 1951 Covered by (9 artists)
Rent Party Blues Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges The Jungle Band [Duke Ellington] March 1, 1929 Covered by (69 artists)
Ruint Johnny Hodges, Mercer Ellington Mercer Ellington and His Orchestra 1959 Covered by (4 artists)
Saturday Afternoon Blues Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra April 5, 1958 Covered by (2 artists)
Spotted Dog Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges - Wild Bill Davis July 27, 1965 Covered by Marion Brown
Squaty Roo Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges and Orchestra July 3, 1941 Covered by (38 artists)
Sweet as Bear Meat Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra 1954 Covered by (4 artists)
That's the Blues Old Man Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges and Orchestra (An Ellington Unit) November 2, 1940 Covered by (2 artists)
The Jeep Is Jumpin' Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra August 24, 1938 Covered by (29 artists)
The Wonder of You Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges, Don George Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Kitty Kallen REC, Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra – Vocal Refrain by Joya Sherrill REL August 7, 1945 Covered by (2 artists)
Walkin' the Frog Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges 1984 Covered by Harry Allen
Wings & Things Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges - Wild Bill Davis 1965 Covered by (2 artists)
You Need to Rock Johnny Hodges Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges plus others August 14, 1958 Covered by (4 artists)

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
3 Shades of Blue Johnny Hodges with Leon Thomas and Oliver Nelson 1970 Flying Dutchman
Back to Back Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges 1959 Verve Records
Blue Hodge Johnny Hodges November 1961 Verve Records
Blue Notes Johnny Hodges 1966 Verve Records
Blue Pyramid Johnny Hodges - Wild Bill Davis 1966 Verve Records
Blue Rabbit Johnny Hodges / Wild Bill Davis 1964 Verve Records
Blues-A-Plenty Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra November 1960 Verve Records
Con-Soul and Sax Wild Bill Davis and Johnny Hodges 1965 RCA Victor
Don't Sleep in the Subway Johnny Hodges 1967 Verve Records
Duke's in Bed Johnny Hodges and The Ellington All-Stars Without Duke 1957 Verve Records
Ellingtonia '56 Johnny Hodges 1956 Norgran Records
Gerry Mulligan Meets Johnny Hodges Gerry Mulligan & Johnny Hodges 1959 Verve Records
In Atlantic City Wild Bill Davis & Johnny Hodges 1967 RCA Victor
Inspired Abandon Lawrence Brown's All-Stars with Johnny Hodges 1965 Impulse!
Johnny Hodges and His Strings Play the Prettiest Gershwin Johnny Hodges and His Strings 1959 Verve Records
Johnny Hodges, Vol. 1 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra January 1951 Mercer Records
Lawrence Welk & Johnny Hodges Lawrence Welk & Johnny Hodges May 1966 Dot Records
Master of Jazz Johnny Hodges 1984 Storyville [DK]
Memories of Ellington Johnny Hodges September 1954 Norgran Records
Mess of Blues Johnny Hodges – Wild Bill Davis - Featuring Kenny Burrell March 1964 Verve Records
Not So Dukish Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra September 1958 Verve Records
Previously Unreleased Recordings Johnny Hodges 1973 Verve Records
Sandy's Gone Johnny Hodges 1963 Verve Records
Side by Side Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges plus others 1959 Verve Records
Side By Side Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges and Others 1960 Verve Records
Stride Right Johnny Hodges, Earl "Fatha" Hines April 1966 Verve Records
Swing's Our Thing Hodges & Hines 1968 Verve Records
Swing with Johnny Hodges Johnny Hodges 1953 Norgran Records
The Big Sound Johnny Hodges and The Ellington Men June 1957 Verve Records
The Complete Verve Johnny Hodges Small Group Sessions 1956-61 Johnny Hodges 2000 Mosaic Records
The Eleventh Hour Johnny Hodges 1962 Verve Records
Triple Play Johnny Hodges 1967 RCA Victor
Used to be Duke Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra 1956 Norgran Records
Wings & Things Johnny Hodges - Wild Bill Davis 1965 Verve Records

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
A Blues Serenade Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra September 1938 Vocalion [US]
A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra 1947 Sunrise [US2]
Day Dream Johnny Hodges and Orchestra 1941 Bluebird
Don't Get Around Much Anymore Johnny Hodges 1954 Norgran Records
Dooji Wooji Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra 1939 Vocalion [US]
I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra 1938 Vocalion [US]
I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter Johnny Hodges 1957 Verve Records
It Shouldn't Happen to a Dream Johnny Hodges & His Orchestra 1950 Mercer Records
Jeeps Blues Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra May 1951 Mercury
Manhattan Jam - A Sailboat in the Moonlight Edgar Hayes and His Orchestra - Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra 1937 Variety [US]
Passion Flower Johnny Hodges and Orchestra (An Ellington Unit) 1943 Bluebird
Perdido Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra 1950 Vogue
Please Al Hibbler and Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra November 1952 Mercury
Prelude to a Kiss Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra September 29, 1938 Vocalion [US]
Rabbit's Blues Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra May 1951 Mercury
Rendezvous with Rhythm Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra 1938 Vocalion [US]
Rent Party Blues Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra 1939 Vocalion [US]
Rosanne Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra 1952 Mercury
Sweet as Bear Meat Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra 1954 Norgran Records
That's the Blues Old Man Johnny Hodges and Orchestra (An Ellington Unit) April 18, 1941 Bluebird
There Is No Greater Love Al Hibbler and Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra 1953 Mercury
Things Ain't What They Used to Be Johnny Hodges and Orchestra 1942 Bluebird
You're Driving Me Crazy Johnny Hodges 1947 Wax [US2]

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