Johnny B. Goode The Library of Congress has preserved 50 recordings of what it considers the most memorable sounds in U.S. history. Essayist Alfred Lubrano says the National Recording Registry is a great thing, except for one item.
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The Library of Congress has preserved 50 recordings of what it considers the most memorable sounds in U.S. history. Essayist Alfred Lubrano says the National Recording Registry is a great thing, except for one item.