Blondie track joins Grammy Hall of Fame
Music by Blondie, Fleetwood Mac and Grateful Dead are among 26 new titles to be added to the Grammy Hall of Fame.
The annual inductees to the Hall of Fame includes both singles and album recordings, all of which must be at least 25 years old.
The recordings are chosen for their "historical and cultural significance".
Blondie's Heart of Glass, Joan Jett's I Love Rock 'n' Roll and Little Eva's The Loco-Motion are some of the popular tunes chosen to join the 2016 roster.
Among the albums are Fleetwood Mac's eponymous 1975 album, Grateful Dead's American Beauty and Bob Dylan's The Basement Tapes.
Albums by jazz greats Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis and Fats Domino also make the list of titles joining the class of 2016, as selected by the Recording Academy, hosts of the annual Grammy Awards.
"Spanning more than 50 years, the 2016 Grammy Hall Of Fame entries are an outstanding collection, marked by both historical and cultural significance," said Recording Academy president Neil Portnow, in a statement.
"These works have influenced and inspired music fans for generations and we are proud to induct them into our catalogue of distinguished recordings."
2016 Grammy Hall of Fame inductees
AMERICAN BEAUTY, Grateful Dead
THE BASEMENT TAPES, Bob Dylan and the Band
BOOM BOOM, John Lee Hooker
CELEBRATION, Kool & the Gang
"COLD SWEAT—PART 1", James Brown and the Famous Flames
THE DARK END OF THE STREET, James Carr
"DON'T SIT UNDER THE APPLE TREE (WITH ANYONE ELSE BUT ME)", Andrews Sisters
ELLA AND LOUIS, Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong
THE FAT MAN, Fats Domino
FIRST TAKE, Roberta Flack
FLEETWOOD MAC, Fleetwood Mac
FOR THE LOVE OF MONEY, The O'Jays
HEART OF GLASS, Blondie
I LOVE ROCK 'N ROLL, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
THE LOCO-MOTION, Little Eva
LUSH LIFE, John Coltrane
MARGARITAVILLE, Jimmy Buffett
MILES SMILES, Miles Davis Quintet
PRETENDERS, The Pretenders
RANDY NEWMAN, Randy Newman
ROCK ISLAND LINE, Lead Belly
SHE'S ABOUT A MOVER, Sir Douglas Quintet
SHE'S NOT THERE, The Zombies
THIS TRAIN, Sister Rosetta Tharpe
(WHAT DID I DO TO BE SO) BLACK AND BLUE, Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra
YOU ARE SO BEAUTIFUL, Joe Cocker