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Resource ID: #16560
Subject: Music
Source: Rolling Stone Magazine
Date: 2000-05-25


This article investigates "the great musical mysteries of all time." Malan explains how a tune created by a Zulu tribesman, Solomon Linda, has been used in the American music business, in such songs as "Wimoweh" and "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" and even Hollywood, in "The Lion King" and Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" without giving credit to the man who created it.

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