Grammy Hall Adds 31 Recordings
Feb. 13, 2001
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SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) _ The Grammy Hall of Fame has added 31 more songs and albums to its list of enduring classics, including the Beatles' 1968 recording ``Hey Jude'' and Ray Charles' 1962 ``I Can't Stop Loving You.''
The Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences also included The Supremes' 1965 anthem ``Stop! In The Name Of Love,'' James Brown & The Famous Flames' 1956 hit ``Please, Please, Please,'' Patsy Cline's 1961 recording ``I Fall To Pieces,'' and John Coltrane's 1960 jazz exposition ``Giant Steps.''
The Grammy Hall of Fame was established in 1973 by the academy's trustees to honor recordings of enduring quality and relevance or historical significance. Balloting is open to recordings released more than 25 years ago and are selected by a panel of industry professionals and historians.
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