The Grammy Hall of Fame has announced their new class, which inducts what they feel are iconic albums and songs that helped shape the musical world.
Which ones are they?
American Beauty (1970) by The Grateful Dead.
Ella and Louis (1956) by Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong.
First Take (1969) by Roberta Flack.
Fleetwood Mac (1975) by Fleetwood Mac.
Lush Life (1961) by John Coltrane
Margaritaville (1977) by Jimmy Buffett
Miles Smiles (1967) by Miles Davis
Pretenders (1980) by The Pretenders
Randy Newman (1968) by Randy Newman
Boom Boom (1962) by John Lee Hooker.
Celebration (1980) by Kool & the Gang.
Cold Sweat-Part 1 (1967) by James Brown and the Famous Flames.
The Dark End of the Street (1967) by James Carr
“Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree (1942) by the Andrews Sisters.
The Fat Man (1949) by Fats Domino
For the Love of Money (1974) by The O’Jays.
Heart of Glass (1979) by Blondie
I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll (1982) by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
The Loco-Motion (1962) by Little Eva
Rock Island Line (1942) by Lead Belly
She’s About A Mover (1965) by Sir Douglas Quintet
She’s Not There (1964) by The Zombies
This Train (1939) by Sister Rosetta Sharpe
What Did I Do To Be So Black and Blue (1929) by Louis Armstrong
You Are So Beautiful (1974) by Joe Cocker
While Notinhalloffame.com is not exactly enamored with the Grammys, we do recognize that for many this is quite the honor and we would like to congratulate those involved with these albums and singles for obtaining this accolade.