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New Editions To GRAMMY Hall Of Fame Announced

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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Recording Academy announced its newest additions to the GRAMMY Hall of Fame this week. By adding the 30 new recordings, the Academy said its collection now totals 881 songs.

Here is the full list of 2011 GRAMMY Hall Of Fame Inductees:

Bogalusa Boogie
Clifton Chenier
Arhoolie (1976)
Folk (Album)

Brigadoon
Original Broadway Cast
RCA Victor (1947)
Musical Show (Album)

Cat’s In The Cradle
Harry Chapin
Elektra (1974)
Pop (Single)

Cissy Strut
The Meters
Josie (1969)
R&B (Single)

Dark Was The Night – Cold Was The Ground
Blind Willie Johnson
Columbia/Vocalion (1927)
Gospel (Single)

Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra Featuring Al Hibbler
Victor (1944)
R&B (Single)

Frankie
Mississippi John Hurt
Okeh (1928)
Blues (Single)

Genius + Soul = Jazz
Ray Charles
Impulse (1961)
Jazz (Album)

Heavy Weather
Weather Report
Columbia (1977)
Jazz (Album)

I’ll Be There
The Jackson 5
Motown (1970)
Pop (Single)

I’ve Been Loving You Too Long
Otis Redding
Volt (1965)
R&B (Single)

Joan Baez
Joan Baez
Vanguard (1960)
Folk (Album)

Ko-Ko
Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra
Victor (1940)
Jazz (Single)

The Koln Concert
Keith Jarrett
ECM (1975)
Jazz (Album)

The Letter
The Box Tops
Mala (1967)
Pop (Single)

Lovesick Blues
Hank Williams With His Drifting Cowboys
MGM (1949)
Country (Single)

Many Rivers to Cross
Jimmy Cliff
A&M (1969)
Reggae (Single)

My Mammy
Al Jolson
Brunswick (1927)
Traditional Pop (Single)

On The Road Again
Willie Nelson
CBS (1980)
Country (Single)

Penny Lane
The Beatles
Capitol (1967)
Pop (Single)

Please Mr. Postman
The Marvelettes
Tamla (1961)
R&B (Single)

Purple Rain
Prince & The Revolution
Warner Bros. (1984)
Pop (Album)

Rockin’ Chair
Mildred Bailey
Vocalion (1937)
Jazz (Single)

Schumann: Carnaval Op. 9
Sergei Rachmaninoff
RCA Victor (1929)
Classical (Album)

Steel Guitar Rag
Bob Willis & His Texas Playboys Featuring Leon McAuliffe
Vocalion (1936)
Country (Single)

Summertime
Sidney Bechet
Blue Note (1939)
Jazz (Single)

Sunday At The village Vanguard
Bill Evans Trio
Riverside (1961)
Jazz (Album)

Take Me To The River
Al Green
Hi (1974)
R&B (Track)

Walking To New Orleans
Fats Domino
Imperial (1960)
Rock (Single)

We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
The Animals
MGM (1965)
Rock (Single)