Grammy Award for Best Album for Children

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Grammy Award for Best Children's Album
Awarded for quality recording albums for children
Country United States
Presented by National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences
First awarded 1959
Last awarded 2015
Official website grammy.com

The Grammy Award for Best Album for Children has been awarded since 1959. Prior to 1992, the award was known as Best Recording for Children and was therefore open to any audio recording, whether it was an album, a single song, a recording of a book, or the audio from a television show or movie. In 1994 the award was divided into Best Musical Album for Children and Best Spoken Word Album for Children. In 2012, both categories were once again combined into the new Best Children's Album category.

Name Changes[edit]

This award has had several minor name changes:

  • From 1959 to 1960 the award was known as Best Recording for Children
  • In 1961 it was awarded as Best Album Created for Children
  • From 1962 to 1968 it was awarded as Best Recording for Children
  • In 1969 no award was given in the Children's Field
  • From 1970 to 1991 it was awarded as Best Recording for Children
  • From 1992 to 1993 it was awarded as Best Album for Children
  • From 1994 to 2011 the award category was split into Best Musical Album for Children and Best Spoken Word Album for Children
  • From 2012 it has been known as Best Children's Album

Recipients[edit]

Years reflect the year in which the Grammy Awards were handed out, for music released in the previous year.

Year[I] Winner(s) Work Nominees Ref.
1959 Bagdasarian Sr., RossRoss Bagdasarian Sr. (artist) "The Chipmunk Song" [1][2]
1960 Ustinov, PeterPeter Ustinov (artist) Peter and the Wolf [1][3]
1961 Bagdasarian Sr., RossRoss Bagdasarian Sr. (artist) Let's All Sing with The Chipmunks [1][4]
1962 Bernstein, LeonardLeonard Bernstein (artist) Prokofiev: Peter And The Wolf [1][5]
1963 Bernstein, LeonardLeonard Bernstein (artist) Saint-Saëns: Carnival of the Animals/Britten: Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra [1][6]
1964 Bernstein, LeonardLeonard Bernstein (artist) Bernstein Conducts For Young People [1][7]
1965 Van Dyke, DickDick Van Dyke & Julie Andrews (artists) "Mary Poppins" [1][8]
1966 Miller, MarvinMarvin Miller (artist) Dr. Seuss Presents: "Fox in Sox" and "Green Eggs and Ham" [1][9]
1967 Miller, MarvinMarvin Miller (artist) "Dr. Seuss Presents - "If I Ran The Zoo" And "Sleep Book"" [1][10]
1968 Karloff, BorisBoris Karloff (artist) "Dr. Seuss: How The Grinch Stole Christmas" [1][3]
1970 Peter, Paul and Mary (artist) Peter, Paul and Mommy
  • Chitty Chitty Bang Bang – (Performed by the Do-Re-Mi Chorus)
  • Folk Tales of the Tribes of AfricaEartha Kitt (artist)
  • For All My Little FriendsTiny Tim (artist)
  • Yellow Submarine and Other Big Hits for Little People – (Performed by Richard Wolfe Children's Chorus)
[1][11]
1971 Joan Cooney & Thomas Z. Shepard (producers) Sesame Street [1][12]
1972 Cosby, BillBill Cosby (artist) Bill Cosby Talks to Kids About Drugs [1][13]
1973 Cosby, BillBill Cosby & Rita Moreno (artists)
 · Produced by Christopher Cerf, Joe Raposo, and Lee Chamberlin
"The Electric Company" [1][14]
1974 Raposo, JoeJoe Raposo (producer) Sesame Street Live! [1][15]
1975 Winchell, PaulPaul Winchell, Sebastian Cabot & Sterling Holloway (artists) "Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too" [1][16]
1976 Burton, RichardRichard Burton (artist) "The Little Prince" [1][17]
1977 Gingold, HermioneHermione Gingold & Karl Böhm (artists) "Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf/Saint-Saëns: Carnival of the Animals" [1][18]
1978 Cerf, ChristopherChristopher Cerf & Jim Timmens (producers) Aren't You Glad You're You [1][19]
1979 Henson, JimJim Henson (producer) The Muppet Show (album) [1][20]
1980 Henson, JimJim Henson & Paul Williams (producers) "The Muppet Movie (soundtrack)" [1][21]
1981 Levine, DavidDavid Levine & Lucy Simon (producers) In Harmony: A Sesame Street Record [1][22]
1982 Henson, JimJim Henson & Dennis Scott[disambiguation needed] (producers) Sesame Country [1][23]
1983 Levine, DavidDavid Levine & Lucy Simon (producers) In Harmony 2 [1][24]
1984 Jackson, MichaelMichael Jackson (artist)
 · Quincy Jones (producer)
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial [1][25]
1985 Silverstein, ShelShel Silverstein (artist)
 · Ron Haffkine (producer)
Where the Sidewalk Ends [1][26]
1986 Henson, JimJim Henson & Steve Buckingham (producers) Follow That Bird: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack [1][27]
1987 Henson, JimJim Henson, Geri Van Rees & Kathryn King (producers) The Alphabet [1][28]
1988 McFerrin, BobbyBobby McFerrin & Jack Nicholson (artists)
 · Produced by Bobby McFerrin, Mark Sottnick, and Tom Bradshaw
The Elephant's Child [1][29]
1989 Williams, RobinRobin Williams (artist)
 · Music by Ry Cooder
 · Produced by Mark Sottnick and Ry Cooder
Pecos Bill [1][30]
1990 Tanya Goodman (artist)
 · David R. Lehman & J. Aaron Brown (producers)
The Rock-A-Bye Collection, Volume 1 [1]
1991 Menken, AlanAlan Menken (composer) Howard Ashman (lyricist) The Little Mermaid: An Original Walt Disney Records Soundtrack [1]
1992 Clifford "Barney", Robertson (producer) A Cappella Kids [1]
1993 Menken, AlanAlan Menken & Howard Ashman (songwriters) Beauty and the Beast: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
  • Chipmunks in Low Places
  • Snuggle Up: A Gift of Songs for Sweet Dreams
  • Woody's Grow Big Songs 1 and 2
  • Pete Seeger's Family Concert
[1]
2012 Gloria Domina, James Cravero, Kevin Mackie, Patrick Robinson & Steve Pullara (producers) All About Bullies... Big and Small
  • Are We There Yet?
  • Fitness Rock & Roll - Miss Amy (artist)
  • GulfAlive
  • I Love: Tom T. Hall's Songs Of Fox Hollow
[1][31]
2013 The Okee Dokee Brothers
 · Engineered/Mixed & Produced by Dean Jones[disambiguation needed]
Can You Canoe? [1][32]
2014 Gasoi, JenniferJennifer Gasoi (artist)
 · Engineered/Mixed by Pierre Messier
 · Produced by Jennifer Gasoi
Throw a Penny in the Wishing Well [1][33]
2015 Neela Vaswani (artist) I Am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World [1][3]

References[edit]

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  31. ^ "Exploring The Children's Field Nominees". Grammys. 
  32. ^ "Meet the 2013 Grammy Award nominees for Best Children's Album". Time Out. 
  33. ^ "Grammy Awards 2014: Full Nominations List". Billboard.