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Music photo archivist Michael Ochs developed an addiction to rock 'n' roll in the early '50s. To feed his habit, Ochs headed the publicity departments of Columbia, Shelter and ABC Records in the '60s and '70s. He has also been a disc jockey, taught a rock-history course for UCLA and written for such magazines as Rock, Melody Maker, Cashbox and Crawdaddy. Ochs established the Michael Ochs Archives in the mid-'70s. The archives currently house millions of photographs and more than 100,000 albums and singles.
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