Grammy Award for Best Album Notes

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Grammy Award for Best Album Notes
Awarded forquality album liner notes
CountryUnited States
Presented by National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences
First awarded1964
Website www.grammy.com

The Grammy Award for Best Album Notes has been presented since 1964. From 1973 to 1976, a separate award was presented for Best Album Notes – Classical. Those awards are listed under those years below. The award recognizes albums with excellent liner notes. [1] It is presented to the liner notes author or authors, not to the artists or performers on the winning work, except if the artist is also the liner notes author. [2]

Grammy Award accolade by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States

A Grammy Award, or Grammy, is an award presented by The Recording Academy to recognize achievements in the music industry. The annual presentation ceremony features performances by prominent artists, and the presentation of those awards that have a more popular interest. It shares recognition of the music industry as that of the other performance awards such as the Academy Awards (film), the Emmy Awards (television), and the Tony Awards (theater).

Liner notes

Liner notes are the writings found on the sleeves of LP record albums and in booklets which come inserted into the compact disc jewel case or the equivalent packaging for vinyl records and cassettes.

Contents

Years reflect the year in which the Grammy Awards were presented, for works released in the previous year.

2010s

YearWinnerWorkNominationsRef.
2019 David Evans Voices of Mississippi: Artists and Musicians Documented by William Ferris
  • James P. Leary for Alpine Dreaming: The Helvetia Records Story, 1920-1924, performed by Various Artists (Archeophone)
  • Richard Martin & Ted Olson for 4 Banjo Songs, 1891-1897: Foundational Recordings of America's Iconic Instrument, performed by Charles A. Asbury (Archeophone)
  • Ben Ratliff for The 1960 Time Sessions, performed by Sonny Clark Trio (Tompkins Square)
  • David Gilbert for The Product of Our Souls: The Sound and Sway of James Reese Europe's Society Orchestra, performed by Various Artists (Archeophone)
  • Amanda Petrusich for Trouble No More: The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / 1979-1981 (Deluxe Edition), performed by Bob Dylan (Columbia/Legacy)
[3]
2018 Lynell GeorgeLive at the Whisky A Go Go: The Complete Recordings, performed by Otis Redding (Stax) [4]
2017 Ken Bloom & Richard CarlinSissle and Blake Sing Shuffle Along, performed by Eubie Blake & Noble Sissle (Harbinger/Musical Theater Project) [5] [6]
2016 Joni Mitchell Love Has Many Faces: A Quartet, A Ballet, Waiting To Be Danced, performed by Joni Mitchell (Rhino) [7]
2015 Ashley Kahn Offering: Live at Temple University , performed by John Coltrane (Resonance/Impulse)
  • David Sager for Happy: The 1920 Rainbo Orchestra Sides, performed by Isham Jones Rainbo Orchestra (Archeophone)
  • Alec Palao for I'm Just Like You: Sly's Stone Flower 1969–70, performed by various artists (Light In The Attic)
  • Scott B. Bomar for The Other Side of Bakersfield: 1950s & 60s Boppers and Rockers from 'Nashville West', performed by various artists (Bear Family)
  • Jon Kirby for Purple Snow: Forecasting the Minneapolis Sound , performed by various artists (Numero)
  • Scott Blackwood for The Rise & Fall of Paramount Records, Volume One (1917–27), performed by various artists (Third Man/Revenant)
[8]
2014 Neil Tesser Afro Blue Impressions (Remastered and Expanded), performed by John Coltrane (Pablo/Concord) [9]
2013 Billy Vera Singular Genius: The Complete ABC Singles, performed by Ray Charles (Concord) [10]
2012 Adam MachadoHear Me Howling!: Blues, Ballads & Beyond as Recorded by the San Francisco Bay by Chris Strachwitz in the 1960s, performed by various artists (Arhoolie)
  • Neil Diamond for The Bang Years 1966-1968 , performed by Neil Diamond (Columbia)
  • Ted Olson and Tony Russell for The Bristol Sessions 1927–1928: The Big Bang of Country Music, performed by various artists (Bear Family)
  • Ken Shipley for Complete Mythology, performed by Syl Johnson (Numero)
  • Alec Palao for The Music City Story: Street Corner Doo Wop, Raw R&B and Soulful Sounds From Berkeley, California 1950–75, performed by various artists (Ace)
[11]
2011 Robert Gordon Keep an Eye on the Sky , performed by Big Star (Rhino) [12]
2010 Dan Morgenstern The Complete Louis Armstrong Decca Sessions (1935–1946), performed by Louis Armstrong (Mosaic) [13]

2000s

YearWinnerWorkNominationsRef.
2009 Francis Davis Kind of Blue: 50th Anniversary Collector's Edition, performed by Miles Davis (Columbia/Legacy)
[14]
2008 Bruce NemerovJohn Work III: Recording Black Culture, performed by various artists (Spring Fed)
[15]
2007 Dan Morgenstern If You Got To Ask, You Ain't Got It!, performed by Fats Waller (Bluebird/Legacy)
  • Marshall Wyatt for Good for What Ails You: Music of the Medicine Shows, 1926–1937, performed by various artists (Old Hat)
  • Tim Brooks for Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry 1891–1922, performed by various artists (Archeophone)
  • David Ritz and Ben Edmonds for Pirate Radio, performed by The Pretenders (Rhino/Warner/Sire)
  • David Fricke for There Is a Season, performed by The Byrds (Columbia/Legacy)
[16]
2006 Alan Lomax and John Szwed The Complete Library of Congress Recordings , performed by Jelly Roll Morton (Rounder)
[17]
2005 Loren Schoenberg The Complete Columbia Recordings of Woody Herman and His Orchestra & Woodchoppers (1945–1947), performed by Woody Herman and His Orchestra (Mosaic)
[18]
2004 Tom Piazza Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: A Musical Journey , performed by various artists (Hip-O)
[19]
2003 David Evans Screamin' and Hollerin' the Blues: The Worlds of Charley Patton , performed by Charlie Patton (Revenant)
[20]
2002 Walter Mosley ...And It's Deep Too! The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings (1968-1992) , performed by Richard Pryor (Warner Archives/Rhino)

Elijah Wald for Arhoolie Records 40th Anniversary Collection: 1960–2000 The Journey of Chris Strachwitz , performed by various artists (Arhoolie)
[21]
2001 Bob Blumenthal The Complete Columbia Recordings 1955–1961 , performed by Miles Davis and John Coltrane (Columbia/Legacy)
[22]
2000 Bob Blumenthal The Classic Quartet: The Complete Impulse! Recordings , performed by John Coltrane (Impulse)
[23]

1990s

YearWinnerWorkNominationsRef.
1999 Bob Belden, Todd Coolman, and Michael Cuscuna Miles Davis Quintet 1965–1968, performed by the Miles Davis Quintet
  • Joel Dorn, Tom Dowd, Andrew Homzy, Patrick Milligan, Sue Mingus, Tina Marisa Rocchio, and Stefano Zenni for Passions of a Man: The Complete Atlantic Recordings 1956–1961, performed by Charles Mingus
  • Daniel Cooper & Colin Escott for The Complete Hank Williams , performed by Hank Williams
  • Bill Ivey, Bill C. Malone, Claudia Perry, John W. Rumble, and Ron Wynn for From Where I Stand: The Black Experience in Country Music, performed by various artists
  • Sedgwick Clark, Barbara Haws, Kurt Masur, Alan Rich, Robert Sherman, and Steven Smolian for The Historic Broadcasts 1923 to 1987, performed by the New York Philharmonic
[24]
1998 John Fahey, Luis Kemnitzer, Jon Pankake, Chuck Pirtle, Jeff Place, Neil V. Rosenberg, Luc Sante, Peter Stampfel, and Eric Von Schmidt Anthology of American Folk Music , performed by various artists
[25]
1997 George Avakian, Bob Belden, Bill Kirchner, and Phil Schaap Miles Davis & Gil Evans: The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings , performed by Miles Davis and Gil Evans
[26]
1996 Rob Bowman The Complete Stax/Volt Soul Singles, Vol. 3: 1972–1975, performed by various artists
  • Geoffrey Mark Fidelman and James Gavin for Ella: The Legendary Decca Recordings, performed by Ella Fitzgerald
  • John Fricke for 25th Anniversary: Retrospective, performed by Judy Garland
  • Dan Morgenstern for I'll Be Seeing You: A Tribute to Carmen McRae, performed by Carmen McRae
  • Dan Morgenstern for Let's Do It: Best of the Verve Years, performed by Louis Armstrong
[27]
1995 Dan Morgenstern and Loren Schoenberg Louis Armstrong: Portrait of the Artists as a Young Man, 1923–1934, performed by Louis Armstrong
[28]
1994 Buck Clayton, Phil Schaap, and Joel E. Siegel The Complete Billie Holliday on Verve 1945–1959, performed by Billie Holiday
[29]
1993 Dave Marsh, Jerry Wexler, David Ritz, Thulani Davis, Ahmet Ertegün, Tom Down, and Arif Mardin Queen of Soul: The Atlantic Recordings , performed by Aretha Franklin
[30]
1992 James Brown, Cliff White, Harry Weinger, Nelson George, and Alan M. Leeds Star Time , performed by James Brown
[31]
1991 Dan Morgenstern Brownie: The Complete Emarcy Recordings of Clifford Brown, performed by Clifford Brown
[32]
1990 Phil Schaap Bird: The Complete Charlie Parker on Verve, performed by Charlie Parker
  • Dwight Blocker Bowers for American Musical Theatre: Shows, Songs and Stars, performed by various artists
  • Gene Lees for The Complete Fantasy Recordings performed by Bill Evans
  • Howard Wright Marshall, Amy E. Skillman, and Charles Walden for Now That's a Good Tune, performed by Masters of Traditional Missouri Fiddling
  • Martin Williams, Dick Katz & Francis Davis for Jazz Piano 1898–1964, performed by various artists
[33]

1980s

YearWinnerWorkNominationsRef.
1989 Anthony DeCurtis Crossroads performed by Eric Clapton
[34]
1988 Orrin Keepnews The Complete 1957 Riverside Recordings , performed by Thelonious Monk
  • Peter Guralnick for The Complete Sun Sessions, performed by Elvis Presley
  • Nolan Porterfield for Jimmie Rodgers on Record: America's Blue Yodeler, performed by Jimmie Rodgers
  • Mark Tucker for Singers and Soloists of the Swing Bands, performed by various artists
  • Charles K. Wolfe for The Bristol Sessions, performed by various artists
[35]
1987 Gary Giddins, Wilfrid Sheed, Jonathan Schwartz, Murray Kempton, Andrew Sarris, Stephen Holden, and Frank Conroy The Voice: The Columbia Years 1943–1952, performed by Frank Sinatra
[36]
1986 Peter Guralnick Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963 , performed by Sam Cooke
  • Lenny Kaye for Bleecker and McDougal: The Folk Scene of the 1960s, performed by various artists
  • Lenny Kaye for Crossroads: White Blues in the 1960s, performed by various artists
  • James R. Morris, J.R. Taylor, and Dwight Blocker Bowers for American Popular Song, performed by various artists
  • Neil Tesser for The Girl from Ipanema: The Bossa Nova Years, performed by Stan Getz
[37]
1985 Gunther Schuller and Martin Williams Big Band Jazz, performed by various artists
[38]
1984 Orrin Keepnews The "Interplay" Sessions, performed by Bill Evans
[39]
1983 John Chilton and Richard SudhalterGiants of Jazz: Bunny Berigan, performed by Bunny Berigan
  • Gary Giddins for Duke Ellington 1941, performed by Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
  • Thornton Hagert for An Experiment in Modern Music: Paul Whiteman at Aeolian Hall, performed by Paul Whiteman
  • William Ivey for The Greatest Country Music Recordings of All Time, performed by various artists
  • William Ivey and Bob Pinson for 60 Years of Country Music, performed by various artists
  • Robert Palmer for Young Blood, performed by The Coasters
[40]
1982 Dan Morgenstern Erroll Garner: Master of the Keyboard, performed by Erroll Garner
  • C.P. Crumpacker for The Mario Lanza Collection, performed by Mario Lanza
  • John McDonough for Giants of Jazz: Pee Wee Russell, performed by Pee Wee Russell
  • David Thompson and Philip W. Payne for Giants of Jazz: Fats Waller, performed by Fats Waller
  • Dick Wellstood, Willa Rouder, and Frank Kappler for Giants of Jazz: James P. Johnson, performed by James P. Johnson
[41]
1981 David McClintock Trilogy: Past Present Future , performed by Frank Sinatra
[42]
1980 Bob Porter & James PatrickCharlie Parker: The Complete Savoy Sessions, performed by Charlie Parker
  • Melvin Maddocks for Giants of Jazz: Billie Holiday, performed by Billie Holiday
  • Dan Morgenstern and Stanley Dance for Giants of Jazz: Duke Ellington, performed by Duke Ellington
  • Dick Schory for The Magical Music of Walt Disney by various artists
  • Richard M. Sudhalter for Hoagy Carmichael: A Legendary Performer and Composer, performed by Hoagy Carmichael
[43]

1970s

YearWinnerWorkNominationsRef.
1979 Michael Brooks A Bing Crosby Collection, Volumes 1 and 2, performed by Bing Crosby
[44]
1978 George T. Simon Bing Crosby: A Legendary Performer, performed by Bing Crosby
[45]
1977 Dan Morgenstern The Changing Face of Harlem: Savoy Sessions, performed by various artists
[46]
1976 (Classical) Gunther Schuller Footlifters: A Century of American Marches, performed by Gunther Schuller conducting the All-Star Band
[47]
1976 (Non-Classical) Pete Hamill Blood on the Tracks , performed by Bob Dylan
[47]
1975 (Classical) Rory Guy The Classic Erich Wolfgang Korngold , conducted by Willy Mattes with a solo by Ulf Hoelscher
[48]
1975 (Non-Classical)Charles R. Townsend
Dan Morgenstern
For the Last Time, performed by Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys
The Hawk Flies, performed by Coleman Hawkins
[48]
1974 (Classical) Glenn Gould Hindemith: Sonatas for Piano Complete, performed by the Villa Musica Ensemble
[49]
1974 (Non-Classical) Dan Morgenstern God Is in the House, performed by Art Tatum
[49]
1973 (Classical)James Lyons Vaughan Williams: Symphony No. 2 ("A London Symphony") , performed by André Previn conducting the London Symphony Orchestra
[50]
1973 (Non-Classical) Tom T. Hall Tom T. Hall's Greatest Hits, performed by Tom T. Hall
[50]
1972 Sam Samudio Sam, Hard and Heavy, performed by Sam the Sham
[51]
1971 Chris Albertson The World's Greatest Blues Singer, performed by Bessie Smith
[52]
1970 Johnny Cash Nashville Skyline , performed by Bob Dylan
[53]

1960s

YearWinnerWorkNominationsRef.
1969 Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison , performed by Johnny Cash
[54]
1968 John D. Loudermilk Suburban Attitudes in Country Verse, performed by John D. Loudermilk
[55]
1967 Stan Cornyn Sinatra at the Sands , performed by Frank Sinatra
[56]
1966 Stan Cornyn September of My Years , performed by Frank Sinatra
[57]
1965 Stanton Catlin and Carleton BealsMexico (Legacy Collection), performed by Carlos Chávez
[58]
1964 Leonard Feather and Stanley Dance The Ellington Era, performed by Duke Ellington
[59]

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