Newest additions to Grammy Hall Of Fame include Whitney Houston, Bob Dylan, Buck Owens
Published: November 21, 2012 10:22AM
Updated: November 21, 2012 10:43AM
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The Recording Academy announced the newest additions to its legendary Grammy Hall Of Fame collection

This latest round of inducted recordings helps celebrate 40 years of highlighting diversity and recording excellence, and acknowledges both singles and album recordings of all genres at least 25 years old that exhibit qualitative or historical significance. Recordings are reviewed annually by a special member committee comprised of eminent and knowledgeable professionals from all branches of the recording arts, with final approval by The Recording Academy's National Board of trustees.


2013 GRAMMY Hall Of Fame Inductees

"ACT NATURALLY"
Buck Owens
(Johnny Russell, Voni Morrison)
Capitol (1963)
Country (Single)

"AIN'T NOBODY HERE
BUT US CHICKENS"
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five
(Joan Whitney, Alex Kramer)
Decca (1946)
R&B (Single)

"ALLONS À LAFAYETTE (LAFAYETTE)"
Joe Falcon
Columbia (1928)
Folk (Single)

BACK IN BLACK
AC/DC
Albert/Atlantic (1980)
Rock (Album)

BAND ON THE RUN
Paul McCartney & Wings
Apple (1973)
Rock (Album)

"BONAPARTE'S RETREAT"
W.H. Stepp
(Traditional arr. Stepp)
Library of Congress (1937)
Country (Single)

CROSSCURRENTS
Lennie Tristano Sextet
Capitol (1949)
Jazz (Album)

"EL DÍA QUE ME QUIERAS"
Carols Gardel
(Carlos Gardel, Alfredo Le Pera)
Paramount (1935)
Latin (Single)

ELTON JOHN
Elton John
Uni Records (1970)
Pop (Album)

FOGGY MOUNTAIN BANJO
Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs And The
Foggy Mountain Boys
Columbia (1961)
Country (Album)

HERE'S LITTLE RICHARD
Little Richard
Specialty (1957)
Rock (Album)

"HIT THE ROAD JACK"
Ray Charles
(Percy Mayfield)
ABC-Paramount (1961)
R&B (Single)

"HOUND DOG"
Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton
(Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller)
Peacock (1953)
Blues (Single)

"I GOT YOU (I FEEL GOOD)"
James Brown
(James Brown)
King (1965)
R&B (Single)

JOHN COLTRANE AND JOHNNY HARTMAN
John Coltrane And Johnny Hartman
Impulse! (1963)
Jazz (Album)

LOST IN THE STARS
Original Broadway Cast
Decca (1949)
Musical Show (Album)

MINGUS AH UM
Charles Mingus
Columbia (1959)
Jazz (Album)

"MY BLACK MAMA [PARTS 1 & 2]"
Son House
(Son House)
Paramount (1930)
Blues (Single)

"NEAR YOU"
Francis Craig And His Orchestra
(Francis Craig & Kermit Goell)
Bullet (1947)
Pop (Single)

"ON BROADWAY"
The Drifters
(Jerry Leiber, Barry Mann,
Mike Stoller, Cynthia Weil)
Atlantic (1963)
R&B (Single)

"PIANO MAN"
Billy Joel
(Billy Joel)
Columbia (1973)
Pop (Single)

"STEALIN' STEALIN'"
Memphis Jug Band
(Will Shade)
Victor (1928)
Blues (Single)

THAT NIGGER'S CRAZY
Richard Pryor
Partee/Stax (1974)
Comedy (Album)

"THEME FROM 'NEW YORK, NEW YORK'"
Frank Sinatra
(Fred Ebb & John Kander)
Reprise (1980)
Traditional Pop (Single)

"THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN'"
Bob Dylan
(Bob Dylan)
Columbia (1964)
Folk (Track)

"THE TITANIC"
Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman
(Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman)
Okeh (1924)
Country (Single)

WHITNEY HOUSTON
Whitney Houston
Arista (1985)
Pop (Album)