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We take a look back at some of the notable people that passed on this year. Beloved actor James Gandolfini, tech genius Aaron Swartz, and prolific author Tom Clancy -- those are just some of the lives that TuneIn's editors remembered in 2013. Take a look at the full list of audio that remembers, analyses, and celebrates the lives of those we lost this year.

We take a look back at some of the notable people that passed on this year. Beloved actor James Gandolfini, tech genius Aaron Swartz, and prolific author Tom Clancy -- those are just some of the lives that TuneIn's editors remembered in 2013. Take a look at the full list of audio that remembers, analyses, and celebrates the lives of those we lost this year.
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We take a look back at some of the notable people that passed on this year. Beloved actor James Gandolfini, tech genius Aaron Swartz, and prolific author Tom Clancy -- those are just some of the lives that TuneIn's editors remembered in 2013. Take a look at the full list of audio that remembers, analyses, and celebrates the lives of those we lost this year.

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Nelson Mandela

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Radio New Zealand recaps the life achievements of Nelson Mandela. (RNZ)

J.J. Cale

10/23/2017
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Singer-songwriter J.J. Cale died this year at the age of 74. His music took the edges off honky-tonk and blues, dressed them in a smoking jacket and ascot, and made them smooth. His most recognizable songs, however, were made famous by Eric Clapton. They include, Cocaine and After Midnight. (NPR's All Things Considered 7/27/2013)

Chrissy Amphlett

10/23/2017
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Chrissy Amphlett, the Queen of Aussie rock chicks and lead singer of The Divinyls passed away this year, surrounded by friends and family in a New York hospital. (ABC's RN Drive 4/22/2013)

Karen Black

10/23/2017
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Karen Black parlayed her strange and singular allure into quirky character roles that in many ways captured the zeitgeist of the 1960s and '70s. (NPR's All Things Considered 8/10/2013)

Hiroshi Yamauchi

10/23/2017
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Yamauchi re-imagined Nintendo from a playing-card company to a pioneer in the video game industry. He helped launch games that marked adolescence in the '80s and '90s. (NPR's The Two-Way 9/20/2013)

Tom Clancy

10/23/2017
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It's a sad day in the literary world, with news of the passing of prominent author Tom Clancy emerging overnight. The 66-year old passed away at the John Hopkins hospital, with no cause of death given. Clancy was renowned for an exquisitely detailed style of writing, crafting military thrillers with stunning attention to detail. (ABC's Breakfast with Ross Solly 10/3/2013)

Marica Wallace

10/23/2017
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Marcia Wallace has died at the age of 70. She was best known for her voice work as fourth-grade teacher Edna Krabappel on The Simpsons and as the wisecracking secretary on The Bob Newhart Show. (NPR's All Things Considered 10/28/2013)

Aaron Swartz

10/23/2017
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Aaron Swartz was a young tech genius who was defining RSS specifications at age 14. Who was this young man, what did he believe in and why was the US government determined to prosecute him? (Tech Stuff 2/6/2013)

Cory Monteith

10/23/2017
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Glee edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Fox’s Glee. In this special show, hosts Stephanie Wenger, Roxy Striar, Sarah Mendoza, and Marisa Serafini reflect on the life and career of Cory Monteith who plays the lovable Glee’s Finn Hudson. They discuss his Glee audition process, the fans and cast [...]The post Glee | Cory Monteith Tribute | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow appeared first on AfterBuzz TV. (Glee Afterbuzz, 8/1/2013)

James Gandolfini

10/23/2017
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HBO's "The Sopranos" changed television, it changed the entertainment industry and actor James Gandolfini himself changed the character of the Italian-American made guy. News broke late Wednesday that Gandolfini, who was in Italy for a film festival, died of a heart attack. He was 51. (WNYC's The Takeaway 6/20/213)