The late Tennessee Ernie Ford is getting new recognition.  His classic “Sixtten Tons” is among the latest additions to the National Recording Registry.  Ford’s chart-topper is being honored along with The Doors’ debut album, the Righteous Brothers’ “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’,” and 22 other recordings that have been selected to the Library of Congress National Recording Registry for preservation.  Twenty five recordings are picked each year for their cultural, historical or aesthetically significant impact on society.  Recordings must be at least ten years old to be considered for inclusion.  The selections for the 2014 registry now brings the total number of recordings on the registry to 425.