National Recording Registry
In 2005, Count Basie's song "One O'Clock Jump" (1937) was included by the National Recording Preservation Board in the Library of Congress National Recording Registry. The board selects songs in an annual basis that are "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."
Other articles related to "national recording registry, recording, recordings":
... Waters' recording of "Stormy Weather" (1933) was honored by the Library of Congress ... It was listed in the National Recording Registry in 2003 ...
... A The original 25 recordings from July 24, 1933 and July 28, 1934 are preserved at the Roosevelt Library in Hyde Park, New York ...
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