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Scotty Moore

Scotty Moore is a legendary guitarist and member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He is best known for playing on many of the most famous Elvis Presley recordings including "Good Rockin' Tonight", "Baby Let's Play House", "Mystery Train", "That's All Right", "Hound Dog", "Too Much" and "Jailhouse Rock". In the 1960s, Moore released a solo album called The Guitar That Changed the World[?].

Moore's recording debut occurred in 1954, when he recorded a single for Sun Records as part of Doug Poindexter & the Starlite Wranglers[?].

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