Library of Congress Stoned

(AP) They say a picture is worth a thousand words. But what about an original sound recording?

Twenty-five culturally important recordings � including an episode of "The Lone Ranger," President Franklin D. Roosevelt's address to Congress the day after the Pearl Harbor attack and one of the Rolling Stones' most famous songs � were selected Tuesday for preservation in a special sound archive [at the Library of Congress - see full story for more includes some other interesting rock and pop selections] - Click here for the Full Story

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