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1965:
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1965 Grammy Awards

Record of the Year "A Taste of Honey", Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
Album of the Year September of My Years, Frank Sinatra (Reprise)
Song of the Year "The Shadow of Your Smile” (Love Theme From The Sandpiper), Paul Francis Webster and Johnny Mandel, songwriters
Best New Artist Tom Jones
Most Promising New Recording Artist Peter Serkin, pianist
Best Vocal Performance, Male "It Was a Very Good Year", Frank Sinatra
Best Vocal Performance, Female
Barbra Streisand
My Name Is Barbra, Barbra Streisand
Best Performance By a Vocal Group We Dig Mancini, Anita Kerr Singers
Best Performance By a Chorus Anyone for Mozart?, Swingle Singers
Best Contemporary (Rock and Roll) Single "King of the Road", Roger Miller
Best Contemporary (Rock and Roll) Vocal Performance, Male "King of the Road", Roger Miller
Best Contemporary (Rock and Roll) Vocal Performance, Female "I Know a Place", Petula Clark
Best Contemporary (Rock and Roll) Performance Group (Vocal or Instrumental) "Flowers on the Wall", Statler Brothers
Best Rhythm and Blues Recording "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag", James Brown (King)
Best Instrumental Jazz Performance, Small Group or Soloist With Small Group The "In” Crowd, Ramsey Lewis Trio
Best Instrumental Jazz Performance, Large Group or Soloist With Large Group Ellington '66, Duke Ellington Orchestra
Best Original Jazz Composition Jazz Suite on the Mass Texts, Lalo Shifrin, composer
Best Country and Western Single "King of the Road", Roger Miller
Best Country and Western Album The Return of Roger Miller, Roger Miller (Smash)
Best Country and Western Song "King of the Road", Roger Miller, songwriter
Best Country and Western Vocal Performance, Male "King of the Road", Roger Miller
Best Country and Western Vocal Performance, Female "Queen of the House", Jody Miller
Best New Country and Western Artist Statler Brothers
Best Gospel or Other Religious Recording (Musical) Southland Favorites, George Beverly Shea and the Anita Kerr Quartet (RCA)
Best Folk Recording An Evening With Belafonte/Makeba, Harry Belafonte and Miriam Makeba (RCA)
Best Instrumental Arrangement "A Taste of Honey", Herb Alpert, arranger
Best Arrangement Accompanying a Vocalist or Instrumentalist "It Was a Very Good Year", Gordon Jenkins, arranger
Best Instrumental Performance, Non-Jazz "A Taste of Honey", Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
Best Score From an Original Show Album On a Clear Day, Alan Lerner and Burton Lane (RCA)
Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Show The Sandpiper, Johnny Mandel, composer (Mercury)
Album of the Year, Classical Horowitz at Carnegie Hall, An Historic Return, Vladimir Horowitz (Columbia)
Best Classical Performance, Orchestra Ives, Symphony No. 4, Leopold Stokowski conducting American Symphony Orchestra
Best Classical Chamber Music Performance, Instrumental or Vocal Bartók, The Six String Quartets, Juilliard String Quartet
Best Classical Performance, Instrumental Soloist(s) (With Orchestra) Beethoven, Concerto No. 4 in G Major for Piano and Orchestra, Artur Rubinstein; Erich Leinsdorf conducting Boston Symphony
Best Classical Performance, Instrumental Soloist (Without Orchestra) Horowitz at Carnegie Hall, An Historic Return, Vladimir Horowitz
Best Opera Recording Berg, Wozzeck, Karl Bohm conducting Orchestra of German Opera, Berlin; solos: Fisher-Dieskau, Lear and Wunderlich (Deutsche Grammophon)
Best Classical Choral Performance (Other Than Opera) Stravinsky, Symphony of Psalms; Poulenc, Gloria, Robert Shaw conducting Robert Shaw Chorale and RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra
Best Classical Vocal Performance, With or Without Orchestra Strauss, Salome ("Dance of the Seven Veils", Interlude, Final Scene); The Egyptian Helen (Awakening Scene), Leontyne Price
Best Composition By a Contemporary Classical Composer Symphony No. 4, Charles Ives, composer
Best Comedy Performance Why Is There Air?, Bill Cosby
Best Spoken Word or Drama Recording John F. Kennedy: As We Remember Him (Columbia)
Best Recording for Children Dr. Seuss Presents "Fox in Sox” and "Green Eggs and Ham", Marvin Miller (RCA)
Best Album Cover, Graphic Arts Bartók, Concerto No. 2 for Violin; Stravinsky, Concerto for Violin, James Alexander, graphic artist; George Estes, art director (RCA)
Best Album Cover, Photography Jazz Suite on the Mass Texts, Ken Whitmore, photographer; Bob Jones, art director (RCA)
Best Album Notes September of My Years, Stan Cornyn, annotator (Reprise)

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