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PLAYLIST / June 20 2011 8:59 AM

Clarence Clemons Dies on The Edge of Glory

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Twas a sad sad weekend in the world of music. The Big Man responsible for the phenomenally ’80s sax solos on Lady Gaga‘s Edge of Glory and Hair passed away on Saturday of a stroke at 69. Now, little monsters might recognize him most from the Edge of Glory music video that was just released on Thursday 6/16 (which now has about 6 and a half million views), but most of the world will remember Clarence Clemons as the saxophonist for Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band, since the very beginning. Springsteen fans are now tuning into Gaga to hear his last ever performances, his last live show ever being with Mother Monster on American Idol. Read through to find out how Gaga got Clemons to play for her, and watch him on the Edge of Glory.

Clarence Clemons Dies on The Edge of Glory

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PLAYLIST / June 17 2011 8:15 AM

Gaga on the Edge of a Glorious Breakdown

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Still in the throes of her Passion for “Judas”, I was caught unawares by Lady Gaga‘s latest video for “The Edge of Glory.” Most disarming is the video’s scaled-down approach; a decidedly less opulent production than her last two videos. Let’s see, there’s only one outfit – Versace (yet another surprise: nary a Mugler in sight), no throng of dancers and a simple set with only recently hospitalized E. Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons present. The song and accompanying video are a little Pat Benatar meets Samantha Fox with Gags’ usual helping of Madonna. Check out Gaga’s latest after the jump!

Gaga on the Edge of a Glorious Breakdown

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