James Brown, Janis Joplin, Beach Boys among Grammy Hall of Fame inductees

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The Recording Academy in the United States announced its newest additions to the Grammy Hall of Fame on November 25, adding 25 singles and albums to a list that now includes 851 titles. Inductees for 2010 range from 1923's "Dipper Mouth Blues" by King Oliver & His Jazz Band to 1977's "Birdland" by Weather Report.

Other recordings chosen include Louis Armstrong's "Lazy River," the Beach Boys' "California Girls," James Brown's "It's A Man's Man's Man's World," and George Carlin's Class Clown.

2010 GRAMMY Hall Of Fame Inductees:

"As Time Goes By," Dooley Wilson (Decca, 1944)

"Birdland," Weather Report (Columbia, 1977)

"California Girls," The Beach Boys (Capitol, 1965)

Catch a Fire, Bob Marley & The Wailers (Island, 1973)

Class Clown, George Carlin (Little David, 1972)

"Crazy He Calls Me," Billie Holiday (Decca, 1949)

"Dipper Mouth Blues," King Oliver & His Jazz Band (Okeh, 1923)

"Don't Get Around Much Anymore (Never No Lament)," Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra (Victor, 1940)

Ella and Basie!, Ella Fitzgerald/Count Basie (Verve, 1963)

"Feliz Navidad," Jose Feliciano (RCA Victor, 1970)

"For Me and My Gal," Judy Garland & Gene Kelly (Decca, 1942)

"His Eye is On the Sparrow," Mahalia Jackson (Columbia, 1958)

"I Feel Like Going Home," Muddy Waters (Aristcrat, 1948)

"It's a Man's Man's Man's World," James Brown (King, 1966)

Jazz Samba, Stan Getz/Charlie Byrd (Verve, 1962)

"Kansas City Stomps," Jelly Roll Morton (Victor, 1928)

"Lazy River," Louis Armstrong (Okeh, 1931)

Louis Armstrong Plays W. C. Handy, Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars (Columbia, 1954)

"Mr. Bojangles," Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (Liberty, 1970)

Pearl, Janis Joplin (Columbia, 1971)

"Riders of the Storm," The Doors (Elektra, 1971)

"Twist and Shout," The Isley Brothers (Wand, 1962)

The Grammy Hall Of Fame was established in 1973 to honor American recordings of at least 25 years old that have "lasting qualitative or historical significance." Inductees are chosen by a committee of recording arts professionals, with final approval made by The Recording Academy Trustees.

Complete list of Grammy Hall Of Fame inductees: