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ADD ELVIS CATALOG: Sony/ATV already owns several songs associated with Presley, Bandier pointed out in HITS’ exclusive interview with the publishing legend, which appeared in May. “I grew up loving Elvis and his songs,” he told our own Simon Glickman. “When I was at EMI, as part of the deal to maintain our relationship with Michael Jackson’s ATV, he asked for EMI to sell him—at a very full price—all of the songs that we had that were considered Elvis songs: ‘Suspicious Minds,’ ‘Burning Love,’ ‘In the Ghetto’ and a few others. Believe me, it was very hard for me to part with those songs. But I wanted to represent ATV; it was important to EMI at that time. So we sold them… Honest to God, it was painful; it was like parting with my children. Then I left EMI and wound up at Sony. Michael, in the interim, had merged ATV with Sony, and there they were—all those songs were back. It was like karma.” (8/15a)

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