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'Woodstock' soundtrack album featuring Santana makes 2014 Grammy Hall of Fame

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The 2014 Grammy Hall of Fame announced its newest additions on Tuesday morning. One of these entries includes “Woodstock -- Music from the Original Sound Track and More, Various Artists” from 1970. One of the various artists on the album is Santana's breakout performance of “Soul Sacrifice.” This is not the first time Santana has made it to the Grammy Hall of Fame. In 1999, their second album, Abraxas, was inducted into the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles. Santana’s eponymous debut album was later added in 2012.

Recordings of albums, singles, and tracks must be at least 25-years-old, exhibiting qualitative or historical significance from all genres in ordered to be considered for this honor. Neil Portnow, President/CEO of The Recording Academy, had this to say about the class of 2014:

Spanning the 1930s to the 1980s, this year's Grammy Hall Of Fame entries represent a diverse collection of influential and historically significant recordings."

A total of 27 inductees were added this year, including:

  • After the Gold Rush, Neil Young (Reprise, 1970)
  • All Things Must Pass, George Harrison (Apple, 1970)

  • The Chicago Transit Authority, Chicago (Columbia, 1969)

  • Cosmo's Factory, Creedence Clearwater Revival (Fantasy, 1970)

  • Doc Watson, Doc Watson (Vanguard, 1964)

  • "Fortunate Son," Creedence Clearwater Revival (Fantasy, 1969)

  • "Georgia (On My Mind)," Hoagy Carmichael and His Orchestra (Victor, 1930)

  • "Get Up — I Feel Like Being a Sex Machine," James Brown (King, 1970)

  • "Honky Tonk Women," The Rolling Stones (London, 1969)

  • "Jolene," Dolly Parton (RCA, 1973)

  • The Joshua Tree, U2 (Island, 1987)

  • Kristofferson, Kris Kristofferson (Monument, 1970)

  • "Low Rider," War (United Artists, 1975)

  • Mary Poppins — Original Cast Sound Track, Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, and Various Artists (Buena Vista, 1964)

  • "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen," Louis Armstrong and the All Stars (Decca, 1938)

  • "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head," B.J. Thomas (Scepter, 1969)

  • "Rapper's Delight," Sugarhill Gang (Sugar Hill, 1979)

  • Relaxin' With the Miles Davis Quartet, Miles Davis (Prestige, 1958)

  • "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised," Gil Scott-Heron (Flying Dutchman, 1970)

  • "Strange Things Happening Every Day," Sister Rosetta Tharpe (Decca, 1945)

  • "Sweet Home Chicago," Robert Johnson (Vocalion, 1937)

  • "3 O'Clock Blues," B.B. King (RPM, 1952)

  • "Under the Boardwalk," The Drifters (Atlantic, 1964)

  • "Walk This Way," Run-D.M.C. (Profile, 1986)

  • "Wonderful World," Sam Cooke (Keen, 1960)

  • Woodstock — Music From the Original Sound Track and More, Various Artists (Cotillion, 1970)

  • "Yardbird Suite," Charlie Parker Septet (Dial, 1946)

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