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Posted at 09:57 AM ET, 05/10/2011

Lady Gaga gets saxy; Library of Congress unveils National Jukebox; Google Music launches

Lady Gaga gets an assist from Clarence Clemons on her newly released song. (REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson)
- Only two weeks until Lady Gaga’s new album, “Born This Way” is out, and yesterday brought us another new song — the sax-fueled “The Edge of Glory.” And that saxophone isn’t played by just anyone. That’s The Big Man himself, Clarence Clemons of the E Street Band wailing away.

- Today the Library of Congress will unveil a new Web site called the National Jukebox, where people can stream thousands of rare and historic recordings that until now were only available at the Library itself. Harry Connick Jr. will introduce the site at a press conference this afternoon.

- Google Music will launch a digital music service on Tuesday despite not securing licensing deals. According to Billboard, the service “will allow users to upload their music library to a personal online storage locker, from where they can stream and download files from Internet connected devices.”

Clicky shuffle: Your random song for Tuesday morning:

- Smog, “I Was a Stranger”

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