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2014 Inductees

Louis Armstrong
"Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen"

inducted
artist (s)
recording
2005
Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra All of Me
1999
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five Heebie Jeebies
2001
Louis Armstrong Hello, Dolly!
2010
Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra Lazy River
2010
Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong Plays W.C. Handy
1997
Louis Armstrong & The All-Stars Mack The Knife
2014
Louis Armstrong Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen
2001
Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald Porgy & Bess
1993
Bessie Smith (with Louis Armstrong) St. Louis Blues
2008
Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra St. Louis Blues
2009
Louis Armstrong Star Dust
2008
Louis Armstrong & Earl Hines Weather Bird
1974
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five West End Blues
1999
Louis Armstrong What A Wonderful World
2011
Sidney Bechet Summertime
2013
Ray Charles (see notes) Hit The Road Jack
1999
Ray Charles (see notes) I've Got A Woman
2011
Clifton Chenier Bogalusa Boogie
2002
Van Cliburn Piano Concerto No. 1
2004
Floyd Cramer Last Date
1999
Jimmie Davis You Are My Sunshine
2002
Fats Domino Ain't It A Shame
1987
Fats Domino Blueberry Hill
2011
Fats Domino Walking to New Orleans
2013
Joe Falcon (with Cléoma Breaux) Lafayette (Allons à Lafayette)
1982
Benny Goodman (see notes) Sing, Sing, Sing
1998
Mahalia Jackson Move On Up A Little Higher
2010
Mahalia Jackson His Eye Is On The Sparrow
2012
Mahalia Jackson Precious Lord, Take My Hand
1996
King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band Chimes Blues
2010
King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band Dipper Mouth Blues
1999
The Kingsmen (see notes) Louie Louie
2002
Leadbelly (Huddie Ledbetter) Goodnight Irene
2002
Leadbelly (Huddie Ledbetter) Midnight Special
1998
Leadbelly (Huddie Ledbetter) Negro Sinful Songs
1998
Jerry Lee Lewis Great Balls of Fire
1999
Jerry Lee Lewis Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
1999
Little Richard (see notes) Here's Little Richard
1998
Little Richard (see notes) Tutti-Frutti
1999
Little Richard (see notes) Long Tall Sally
2002
Little Richard (see notes) Lucille
2008
Little Walter Juke
1999
Percy Mayfield Please Send Me Someone to Love
2011
The Meters Cissy Strut
1980
Jelly Roll Morton Library of Congress Recordings
2010
Jelly Roll Morton Kansas City Stomps
2006
Original Dixieland Jazz Band Darktown Strutters' Ball
1999
Louis Prima & Keely Smith The Wildest!
1998
Professor Longhair & His Blues Scholars Tipitina
2007
Jimmie Rodgers with Louis Armstrong Blue Yodel #9
2008
Slim Harpo I'm A King Bee
2000
Faron Young Hello Walls
The Grammy Hall of Fame was established by The Recording Academy's National Trustees in 1973 to honor recordings of lasting qualitative or historical significance that are at least 25 years old. Inductees are selected annually by a special member committee of eminent and knowledgeable professionals from all branches of the recording arts.

Notes:

The Ray Charles single "Hit The Road Jack" was written by Percy Mayfield.

The Ray Charles single "I've Got A Woman" was co-written by Renald Richard.

The Benny Goodman single "Sing, Sing, Sing" was written by Louis Prima.

The Kingsmen single "Louie Louie" was written by Richard Berry.

The Little Richard album "Here's Little Richard" was primarily recorded at Cosimo Matassa's J&M Studios in New Orleans. Backing musicians included NOLA legends Earl Palmer, Lee Allen, Alvin "Red" Tyler, Renald Richard, Frank Fields, Lloyd Lambert, Justin Adams, Edgar Blanchard, and Huey "Piano" Smith. See Little Richard discography for session details.

The Little Richard single "Tutti Frutti" featured backing by Justin Adams, Frank Fields, Lee Allen, Alvin "Red" Tyler, and Earl Palmer. The song was co-written by Dorothy LaBostrie. It was recorded at J&M Studios in New Orleans.

The Little Richard single "Long Tall Sally" featured backing by Edgar Blanchard, Frank Fields, Lee Allen, Alvin "Red" Tyler, and Earl Palmer. It was recorded at J&M Studios in New Orleans.

The Little Richard single "Lucille" featured backing by Lee Allen, Alvin "Red" Tyler, Roy Montrell, Frank Fields, and Earl Palmer. It was recorded at J&M Studios in New Orleans.


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