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In 1967, Dwight answered an advertisement in the British magazine New Musical Express , placed by Ray Williams , then the A&R manager for Liberty Records . [29] At their first meeting, Williams gave Dwight a stack of lyrics written by Bernie Taupin , who had answered the same ad. Dwight wrote music for the lyrics, and then mailed it to Taupin, beginning a partnership that still continues [update] . When the two first met in 1967, they recorded what would become the first Elton John/Bernie Taupin song: "Scarecrow". Six months later Dwight was going by the name "Elton John" in homage to two members of Bluesology: saxophonist Elton Dean and vocalist Long John Baldry . [26]

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