Latin Grammy Award for Best Flamenco Album

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Latin Grammy Award for Best Flamenco Album
Awarded for Flamenco albums containing at least 51% playing time of newly recorded material. For Solo artists, duos or groups.
Country United States
Presented by Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences
First awarded 2000
Currently held by Paco de Lucía for Canción Andaluza
Website latingrammy.com

The Latin Grammy Award for Best Flamenco Album is an award presented by the Latin Grammy Awards for quality flamenco albums. According to the category description guide for the 14th Latin Grammy Awards: "For vocal or instrumental Flamenco albums containing at least 51% playing time of newly recorded material. For Solo artists, duos or groups".

In 2014, Paco de Lucía won posthumously this award and Album of the Year with his last album Canción Andaluza, becoming the first flamenco artist and album to do so.

Recipients[edit]

Year Winner Nominees
2000 Camarón and TomatitoParis 87
2001 Vicente AmigoCiudad de las Ideas
2002 Antonio NúñezMis 70 Años Con El Cante
2003 Pepe de LucíaEl Corazón De Mi Gente
2004 Paco de LucíaCositas Buenas
2005 TomatitoAguadulce
2006 Diego El CigalaPicasso En Mis Ojos
2007 Ojos de BrujoTecharí
  • Calima — Azul
  • Juan Carmona — Sinfonia Flamenca
  • Miguel Poveda — Tierra De Calma
  • Son De La Frontera — Cal
2008 Juan HabichuelaUna Guitarra En Granada
  • Diego Amador — Río de los Canasteros
  • Camarón de la IslaReencuentro
  • Esperanza Fernández — Recuerdos
  • Lole — Metáfora
2009 Niña PastoriEsperando Verte
2010 TomatitoSonata Suite
2011 Niña Pastori — La Orilla de mi Pelo
  • Josemi Carmona — Las Pequeñas Cosas
  • Chano Domínguez — Piano Ibérico
  • Ojos de Brujo — 10 Años – Corriente Vital
  • Pastora Soler — 15 Años
2012 Paco de LucíaEn Vivo Conciertos España 2010
  • Antonio Cortés — Cuando Quieras
  • Niño JoseleEl Mar de Mi Ventana
  • Diana Navarro — Flamenco
  • Various Artists — México Flamenco
2013 TomatitoSoy Flamenco
2014 Paco de LucíaCanción Andaluza
  • Juan Carmona — Alchemya
  • Enrique Morente — Morente
  • Juan Pinilla and Fernando Valverde — Jugar Con Fuego
  • Rosario La Tremendita — Fatum

See also[edit]