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From Elvis to Madonna, rare rock relics on sale

Have you ever had a burning desire to own a pair of Michael Jackson’s beaded socks? How about a suit tailor-made for John Lennon when he was a Beatle? Or you might like a size 42 jacket Elvis Presley wore in the film 'Speedway.'
Well, here’s your chance: Those items are among hundreds of rare rock relics being auctioned off this Saturday, Nov. 21, by Julien’s Auctions at the Hard Rock Café in Times Square in New York City and online at juliensauctions.com.

Another unique item is a demo tape an unknown performer named Madonna made in 1979 to send to record companies in an attempt to get a recording contract. Accompanied by an acoustic guitar, it’s just Madonna, her music unadorned by post-production magic and elaborate orchestration. The songs on the tape include 'All My Love,' 'Hear Me' (a song that evolved into 'Shine a Light'), 'Simon Says' (which became the familiar 'Love Express') and 'Little Lost Boy.'
Julien estimates the tape will bring $1,000 to $2,000, noting that the Material Girl still holds the copyrights to all the songs.

Play the video clip below to hear one of Madonna's songs or click here to view the clip.

From MSNBC.com

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daniel

love madonna's song! her voice sounds so warm and soft! the woman says this demo shows she has talent, of course she has it and has showed it through more than 25 years!

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