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Robert Mapplethorpe
Robert Mapplethorpe

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Rowan University
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Deptford Township High School

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Patience and Prudence

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Harry Belafonte
Harry Belafonte

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Gloria (Them song)
Gloria (Them song)

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Them (band)

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Jesus
Jesus

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Bible
Bible

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Deptford Township, New Jersey
Deptford Township, New Jersey

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Honeywell
Honeywell

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Chicago
Chicago

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Polar Music Prize
Polar Music Prize

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

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Billboard Hot 100
Billboard Hot 100

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Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen

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Tom Verlaine
Tom Verlaine

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Columbia Records
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Arista Records
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Record label
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Singing
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Punk rock
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Protopunk
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Music genre
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Auguries of Innocence (Patti Smith poems)
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50 Photographs
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Fred "Sonic" Smith
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Cowboy Mouth (play)
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Patti Smith discography
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Ivan Kral
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Jay Dee Daugherty
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Lenny Kaye
Lenny Kaye

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Just Kids
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The Coral Sea (book)
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When Doves Cry
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Glitter in Their Eyes
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E-Bow the Letter
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So You Want to Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star
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Dancing Barefoot
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Because the Night
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Hey Joe
Hey Joe

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The Coral Sea (album)
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