Chicago, Neil Young, George Harrison and Creedence Clearwater Revival head the list of 2014 additions to the Grammy Hall of Fame. Among the best-known selections:
After the Goldrush: Neil Young's iconic solo album features "Only Love Can Break Your Heart" and "Southern Man."
All Things Must Pass: George Harrison's landmark solo debut -- a triple album that instantly elevated his image from The Quiet Beatle to rock and roll A-lister -- includes "My Sweet Lord," "What Is Life" and "Isn't It a Pity".
Cosmo's Factory: Creedence Clearwater Revival's chart-topping LP features "Up Around the Bend," "Travelin' Band" and "Who'll Stop the Rain."
The Joshua Tree: U2 focuses on its love-hate relationship with the U.S. through such songs as "With or Without You," "Where the Streets Have No Name" and "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For."
Woodstock Soundtrack: The Festival of Festivals boasts one-of-a-kind performances from Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Joe Cocker, Jefferson Airplane, Santana, Jimi Hendrix and Sly and the Family Stone.
The roster also includes these singles:
- "Honky Tonk Women" - The Rolling Stones
- "Fortunate Son" - Creedence Clearwater Revival
- "Low Rider" - War
- "Walk This Way" - Run-DMC
- "Under the Boardwalk" - The Drifters
- "Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head" - B.J. Thomas
- "Get Up -- I Feel Like Being a Sex Machine" - James Brown
- "Jolene" - Dolly Parton
- "Wonderful World" - Sam Cooke
- "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" - Gil Scott-Heron
- "Rapper's Delight" - The Sugarhill Gang