Library Of Congress’s National Recording Registry Adds New Picks

Keep your eyes peeled for the Mothership on Wednesday.
That’s when Parliament’s legendary 1975 funk album “Mothership Connection” is cleared for landing on the Library of Congress’s National Recording Registry, a collection of recordings deemed “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant.”
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