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Hall Of Fame

The hall of Fame Award  is a special merit award given out at the Grammys since 1973, it was to recognize and honor recordings that were at least twenty-five years old and that have “qualitative or historical significance.” All genres, classical, rock, country, R&B, opera, theatre and film are eligible for the award, both singles and albums are eligible. There are approximately 850 Grammy Hall of Fame Award recipients all chosen out of recordings since the 1900’s.
Award recipients in 1974
"Body and Soul"
 Coleman Hawkins
 Jazz (single)
"The Christmas Song"
 Nat King Cole
 Traditional Pop (single)    
Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue
 George Gershwin with Paul Whiteman
 Traditional Pop (single)    
"West End Blues"
 Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five
 Jazz (Single)
"White Christmas"
 Bing Crosby, The Ken Darby Singers
 Traditional Pop (Single)
Award recipients in 2010
“As Time Goes By”
 Dooley Wilson
 Traditional Pop (Single)
 Weather Report
 Jazz (Single)
“California Girls”
 The Beach Boys
 Pop (Single)
“Catch A Fire”
 Bob Marley & The Wailers
 Reggae (Album)
“Class Clown”
 George Carlin
 Comedy (Album)
“Crazy He Calls Me”
 Billie Holiday
 Jazz (Single)
“Dipper Mouth Blues”
 King Oliver & His Jazz Band
 Jazz (Single)
“Don't Get Around Much Anymore (Never No Lament)”
 Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra
 Jazz (Single)
“Ella And Basie!”
 Ella Fitzgerald/Count Basie
 Jazz (Album)
“Feliz Navidad”
 Jose Feliciano
 Latin (Single)
“For Me And My Gal”
 Judy Garland & Gene Kelly
 Traditional Pop (Single)
“His Eye Is On The Sparrow”
 Mahalia Jackson
 Gospel (Single)
“I Feel Like Going Home”
 Muddy Waters
 Blues (Single)
“It's A Man's Man's Man's World”
 James Brown
 R&B (Single)
“Jazz Samba”
 Stan Getz/Charlie Byrd
 Jazz (Album)
“Kansas City Stomps”
 Jelly Roll Morton
 Jazz (Single)
“Lazy River”
 Louis Armstrong
 Jazz (Single)
“Louis Armstrong Plays W. C. Handy”
 Louis Armstrong & His All*Stars
 Jazz (Album)
“Mr. Bojangles”
 Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
 Pop (Single)
 Janis Joplin
 Rock (Album)
“Riders On The Storm”
 The Doors
 Rock (Single)
“Twist And Shout”
 The Isley Brothers
 R&B (Single)
“Who Do You Love?”
 Bo Diddley
 R&B (Single)
“You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It)”
 Harry James & His Orchestra
 Traditional Pop (Single)

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