R&B Grammy Awards 1958 to 1969

February 2, 2012


1958 Best Rhythm and Blues Performance    “Tequila,” Champs
1959 Best Rhythm and Blues Performance    “What a Diff’rence a Day Makes,” Dinah Washington
1960 Best Rhythm and Blues Performance    “Let the Good Times Roll,” Ray Charles
1961 Best Rhythm and Blues Recording    Hit the Road Jack, Ray Charles (ABC/Paramount)
1962 Best Rhythm and Blues Recording    “I Can’t Stop Loving You,” Ray Charles (ABC)
1963Best Rhythm and Blues Recording    “Busted,” Ray Charles (ABC/Paramount)
1964 Best Rhythm and Blues Recording    “How Glad I Am,” Nancy Wilson (Capitol)
1965 Best Rhythm and Blues Recording    “Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag,” James Brown (King)
1966 Best Rhythm and Blues Recording    “Crying Time,” Ray Charles (ABC/Paramount)
1966 Best Rhythm and Blues Solo Vocal Performance, Male or Female    “Crying Time,” Ray Charles
1966 Best Rhythm and Blues Group, Vocal or Instrumental    “Hold It Right There,” Ramsey Lewis
1967 Best Rhythm and Blues Recording    “Respect,” Aretha Franklin (Atlantic)
1967 Best Rhythm and Blues Solo Vocal Performance, Male    “Dead End Street,” Lou Rawls
1967 Best Rhythm and Blues Solo Vocal Performance, Female    “Respect,” Aretha Franklin
1967 Best Rhythm and Blues Group Performance, Vocal or Instrumental (Two or More)    “Soul Man,” Sam and Dave
1968 Best Rhythm and Blues Song    (Sittin’ On) “The Dock of the Bay,” Otis Redding and Steve Cropper, songwriters
1968 Best Rhythm and Blues Vocal Performance, Male    (Sittin’ On) “The Dock of the Bay,” Otis Redding
1968 Best Rhythm and Blues Vocal Performance, Female    “Chain Of Fools,” Aretha Franklin
1968 Best Rhythm and Blues Performance By a Duo or Group, Vocal or Instrumental    “Cloud Nine,” The Temptations
1969 Best Rhythm and Blues Song    “Color Him Father,” Richard Spencer, songwriter
1969 Best Rhythm and Blues Vocal Performance, Male    “The Chokin’ Kind,” Joe Simon
1969 Best Rhythm and Blues Vocal Performance, Female    “Share Your Love With Me,” Aretha Franklin
1969 Best Rhythm and Blues Vocal Performance By a Group or Duo    “It’s Your Thing,” Isley Brothers
1969 Best Rhythm and Blues Instrumental Performance    “Games People Play,” King Curtis

 

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