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Webb, Campbell & Arnold Honored By Library Of Congress

The original version of "Wichita Lineman," written by Jimmy Webb and recorded by Glen Campbell in 1968, the Eddy Arnold 1965 cover of the Hank Cochran-composed "Make the World Go Away" and the 1992 Whitney Houston rendition of Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You" are among the Library of Congress’ 2020 inductees into the National Recording Registry. The recordings were deemed worthy of preservation because of their "cultural, historical and aesthetic importance to the nation’s recorded sound heritage." "I'm humbled and, at the same time for Glen, I am extremely proud," shared Jimmy Webb. "I wish there was some way I could reach him to say, 'Glen, you know they're doing this. They are putting our music in a vault inside a mountain – it will be preserved for all time.'" See the full inductee list here