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Singing the praises of karaoke's creator

By Joseph P. Kahn
Globe Staff / October 2, 2004

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Time magazine once called him "the genius who gave voice to the common man in the 20th century," comparing him (not entirely unseriously) to Mao Zedong and Mohandas Gandhi in influence. Not too shabby for a ponytailed, 64-year-old ex-drummer who blew his best shot at serious wealth by failing to patent the one invention that has made him ... (Full Article: 930 Words)

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