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“Harvest” heads to Grammy Hall of Fame

harvest_reprise_recordsNeil Young’s “Harvest is among 27 recordings that have been added to the Grammy Hall of Fame, which continues “the tradition of preserving and celebrating timeless recordings” and now totals 987 recordings.

The album will be in good company, according to NME News.

A selection of both albums and singles have been included, including Kraftwerk’s 1974 ‘Autobahn’ LP, Bob Dylan’s 1975 LP ‘Blood On The Tracks’, ABBA”s 1976 single ‘Dancing Queen’, Neil Young’s 1972 LP ‘Harvest’, Chic’s 1978 single ‘Le Freak’, Sex Pistols’ 1977 LP ‘Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols’, Alice Cooper’s 1972 single ‘School’s Out’, Leonard Cohen’s 1967 album ‘Songs of Leonard Cohen’, Otis Redding’s 1966 single ‘Try A Little Tenderness’ and Lou Reed’s 1972 single ‘Walk On The Wild Side’.
Read more at http://www.nme.com/news/various-artists/81784#bDzJ1q5MLgCEjq1V.99

Young a 2014 Grammy Hall of Fame Inductee

untitledSongs by Neil Young, U2, Run-D.M.C., the Sugarhill Gang, Gil Scott-Heron, and the Rolling Stones are among this year’s inductees into the Grammy Hall of Fame, the Recording Academy has announced.

Once again, 27 iconic recordings are headed for the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, reports Spin Magazine.

The class of 2014 includes Neil Young’s 1970 album After the Gold Rush; U2’s barnstorming 1987 LP The Joshua Tree (the most recently released honoree); Run-D.M.C.’s watershed “Walk This Way” team-up with Aerosmith; the Sugarhill Gang’s 1979 game-changer “Rapper’s Delight”; the Rolling Stones’ 1969 hit “Honky Tonk Women”; George Harrison’s 1970 triple-album All Things Must Pass; and Gil Scott-Heron’s 1970 single “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.”

Some other highlights: Creedence Clearwater Revival landed two recordings in the batch, the 1969 single “Fortunate Son” and 1970 album Cosmo’s Factory; James Brown’s 1970 track “Get Up — I Feel Like Being a Sex Machine” earned an acknowledgement, as did Sam Cooke’s 1960 tune “Wonderful World” and Dolly Parton’s endlessly admired 1973 single, “Jolene.”

Read more at: http://m.spin.com/articles/grammy-hall-of-fame-2014-inductees-u2-neil-young-run-dmc-rolling-stones/

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