National Recording Registry

The United States Library of Congress created the National Recording Registry where twenty-five recordings are named to the Registry every year. Each of these recordings has been chosen by the Librarian of Congress, with input from the National Recording Preservation Board.  Each of these recordings have been deemed so vital to the history of America—aesthetically, culturally or historically—that they demand permanent archiving in the nation’s library.

Kevin was asked to contribute an essay on the Talking Heads album "Remain in Light". You can read the PDF here.

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