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Grammy Hall of Fame adds works by James Brown, The Beach Boys, George Carlin

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The Grammy Hall of Fame in Los Angeles has added 25 new recordings to its fabled hall, including James Brown’s 1966 hit “It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World” and Bob Marley’s 1973 album “Catch A Fire.” Reuters also reports that The Beach Boys’ “California Girls” and the late George Carlin’s 1972 comedy album “Class Clown” has been added to the Hall, which is administered by The Recording Academy. The total number of songs showcased at The Grammy Hall of Fame now stands at 851.

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