Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody and SIMON + GARFUNKEL classic SOUNDS OF SILENCE
have been named among the 33 tunes to be added to the American Recording
Academy's GRAMMY HALL OF FAME.
The Hall, which was formed in 1973, now includes 639 tracks.
Other songs added in this year's (04) induction include the ALL I HAVE TO
DO IS DREAM by the EVERLY BROTHERS, the BEATLES' LET IT BE and Carly Simon's
YOU'RE SO VAIN.
Meanwhile, new albums added to the Hall include Johnny Cash's live album
JOHNNY CASH AT SAN QUENTIN and Led Zeppelin's self-titled 1969 debut.