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Remembering the notable voices we lost in 2013

South African National Congress President Nelson Mandela addresses in 1990.

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South African National Congress President Nelson Mandela addresses in 1990.

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Picture released on April 4, 1983 of US singer Lou Reed, in Stockholm.

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FILE - In this Oct. 20, 1990 file photo, actress and former Mickey Mouse Club member Annette Funicello arrives for the 15th annual Italian American Foundation dinner in Washington, D.C. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, file)

"Violet & Daisy" Premiere - 2011 Toronto International Film Festival

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Actor James Gandolfini arrives at "Violet & Daisy" Premiere during the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival held at The Elgin theatre on September 15, 2011 in Toronto, Canada.

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Helen Thomas, at the White House in 2008.

Bookstore Appearance By Roger Ebert

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Film critic Roger Ebert signs his new book "Great Movies II" at Barnes & Noble Booksellers on March 7, 2006 in Santa Monica, California.


As we say our goodbyes to 2013, we also bid farewell to some of the people who touched our lives. From Take Two's Steve Proffitt, we bring you the voices of some of the ones we'll miss the most. 

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Voices in order of appearance: 

George Jones

Nelson Mandela

Ray Manzarek (The Doors)

Stan Musial

Lou Reed

Al Goldstein

Conrad Bain

Peter O'Toole (from Laurence of Arabia)

Slim Whitman

Roger Ebert

Ed Koch

David Frost (interviewing Richard Nixon)

Ray Price

James Gandolfini

Richie Havens

Pat Summerall

J J Cale

Helen Thomas

Jean Stapleton

Hugo Chavez

Annette Funicello


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