Bernie Baum

Songwriter, Composer

1929 – 1993

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Who was Bernie Baum?

Bernie Baum was a songwriter who worked extensively with Elvis Presley. He grew up in New York City and later worked with Harvey Zimmerman and Florence Kaye. The majority of their songs were used in Presley's musicals. Their work was also credited in the American version of Osamu Tezuka's anime Kimba the White Lion. His works included:

Roustabout

Devil in Disguise

Viva Las Vegas

Fun in Acapulco

Girls! Girls! Girls!

It Happened at the World's Fair

Kissin' Cousins

Girl Happy

Harum Scarum

Frankie and Johnny

Paradise, Hawaiian Style

Spinout

Easy Come, Easy Go

Double Trouble

Live a Little, Love a Little

"Music! Music! Music!"

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Born
Oct 13, 1929
United States of America
Profession
Died
Aug 28, 1993

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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