7th Annual Grammy Awards
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The 7th Annual Grammy Awards were held on April 13, 1965, at Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills.wikipedia
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Album of the YearAlbum of the Year (other than classical)Grammy for Album of the Year
In 1962, the award name was extended to Album of the Year (other than classical) but, in 1965, the shorter name returned.
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It was a worldwide hit in the mid-1960s and won a Grammy for Record of the Year in 1965.
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João Gilberto & Stan Getz won 4 awards.
At the 7th Annual Grammy Awards, Getz/Gilberto won three awards including Album of the Year, which marked the first time a jazz album received the accolade.
Record of the YearRecord1969 Record of the Year
Best New ArtistBest New Artist of the YearGrammy Award
Best Recording for ChildrenGrammy Award for Best Album for ChildrenBest Children's Album
Song of the YearSong2008 Song of the Year
Best Female Country Vocal PerformanceBest Country Vocal Performance, FemaleBest Country & Western Vocal Performance - Female
Best Comedy AlbumBest Comedy RecordingBest Comedy Performance
Best Male Country Vocal PerformanceBest Country Vocal Performance, Male1984
Best Country AlbumBest Country & Western AlbumCountry Album Of The Year
Most Promising New Classical Recording ArtistBest New Classical Artist
For the 7th Grammy Awards (1965), nominees included Marilyn Horne for The Age of Bel Canto: Operatic Scenes (Bonynge, conductor).
Dame Julie AndrewsJulieJulie Andrews Edwards
Best Large Jazz Ensemble AlbumBest Jazz Instrumental Performance, Big BandBest Large Jazz Ensemble Performance
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Best Inspirational PerformanceBest Gospel or Other Religious Recording (Musical)Best Sacred Performance
Best Musical Theater AlbumBest Musical Show AlbumBest Cast Show Album
Gale Zoë Garnett
Riding the success of "We'll Sing in the Sunshine", which won a 1965 Grammy for Best Folk Recording, sold over one million copies thus gaining gold disc status, Garnett continued to record through the rest of the 1960s with her backing band the Gentle Reign.
Best Folk RecordingBest Ethnic or Traditional RecordingBest Ethnic or Traditional Folk Recording
Best Orchestral PerformanceBest Classical Performance - OrchestraBest Classical Orchestral Recording
Best Classical Vocal PerformanceBest Classical Vocal Soloist PerformanceBest Classical Solo Vocal Album
Grammy Awards of 1965
Best Jazz Instrumental AlbumBest Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or GroupBest Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group
Best Recording PackageBest Album PackageBest Album Cover
Best Country & Western RecordingBest Country & Western PerformanceBest Country & Western Single
Best Female Pop Vocal PerformanceBest Pop Vocal Performance, FemaleBest Vocal Performance, Female