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The scrobbles for John Morris can be attributed to at least two different individuals named John Morris.

1. John Leonard Morris (Elizabeth, New Jersey, October 18, 1926 - January 25, 2018) was an American film and television composer, best known for his work with filmmaker Mel Brooks.

John Morris had a long career of composing music for Mel Brooks, starting in 1968 with The Producers which was Brooks' first film. Morris continued to write the scores and songs for most of Brooks' films. However, the music of Robin Hood: Men in Tights and Dracula: Dead and Loving It were both composed by Hummie Mann. In an interview with Film Score Monthly, Brooks explained that Morris couldn't do the music for Men in Tights or Dead and Loving It due to other commitments. Morris also composed the music to To Be or Not to Be, a film in which Brooks starred as well as wrote but did not direct. The original music for The Elephant Man, a film that was produced by Brooks, was also scored by Morris. John was the only person who managed to film The Ramones live at the CBGB's back in 1974. Some of his footage was used in the DVD It's Alive.

According to Brooks on an audio commentary of Young Frankenstein, Morris’ best scores written for his movies were the The Elephant Man and Young Frankenstein.

2. John Morris was the Head of Production of the original Woodstock festival of 1969. Morrison appeared on stage regularly throughout the festival between performances, announcing the next artist. Several of his recorded announcements have since appeared on commercial Woodstock releases and are therefore appearing on as scrobbles. Morris was the man who, as people without tickets kept flooding onto the site, spoke the legendary words: "It's a free festival from now on…"

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