Latin Grammy Award for Best Recording Package

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Latin Grammy Award for Best Recording Package
Country United States
Presented by The Latin Recording Academy
First awarded 2006
Website Latingrammy.com

The Latin Grammy Award for Best Recording Package is an honor presented annually at the Latin Grammy Awards, a ceremony that recognizes excellence and promotes awareness of cultural diversity and contributions of Latin recording artists in the United States and internationally.[1]

Recipients[edit]

Year Winner Nominees
2006 Laura Varsky for Café De Los Maestros by Various Artist
  • Alexandra Lahr for Live In Los Angeles by Los Pinguos
  • Omar Delgado for Productos Desaparecidos by La Pestilencia
  • Marcelo Kertész for Samba Passarinho by Péri
  • Fritz Torres and Jorge Verdin for Tijuana Sessions Vol. 3 by Nortec Collective
  • Edward Martínez for Timeless by Sérgio Mendes
2007 Catalina Díez for Los Vallenatos de Andrés by Various Artist
2008 Leicia Gotlibowski, Daniel Kotliar, Karina Levy, Andres Mayo and Mercedes Sencio for Buenos Aires, Días y Noches de Tango by Various Artist
  • Santiago Velazco-Land for Cara B by Jorge Drexler
  • Jorge Du Peixe and Valentina Trajano for Fome de Tudo by Nação Zumbi
  • Gaspar Guerra for Gózalo by Orquesta La 33
  • Fritz Torres for Tijuana Sound Machine by Bostich and Fussible
2009 Alejandro Ros for Cantora 1 by Mercedes Sosa
2010 Rock Instrument Bureau for Fuerza natural by Gustavo Cerati
  • Luis Itanare for Casa 4 by Famasloop
  • Boa Mistura for En El Fin Del Mundo by Chambao
  • Pico Covarrubias for Hombre Invisible by Ely Guerra
  • Locktite for Work In Progress by Erizonte
2011 TIE:
Javier Mariscal for Chico & Rita by Various Artists
Alejandro Ros for Solo Un Momento by Vicentico
  • Natalia Ayala, Carlos Dussan Gomez and Juliana Jaramillo for El Corazón y El Sombrero by Marta Gómez
  • Juan Gatti for El Paso Trascendental del Vodevil a la Astracanada by Fangoria
  • Allan Castañeda and Sandra Masías for Fiesta Inkaterra by Miki González
2012 Miguel Masa for "Cambie de nombre" by Viniloversus
  • Mzk for "Bixiga70" by Bixiga70
  • Alejandro Ros for Canciones Para Aliens by Fito Páez
  • Pablo Martínez for Indeleble by Los Mesoneros
  • Ma+Go for Ves Lo Que Quieres Ver by Bareto
2013 Tonho Quinta-Feira and Fernando Young — Abraçaço (Caetano Veloso)
  • Filipe Costa and Mateus Sá — Abaporu (Laura Lopes)
  • Belén Mena — De Taitas y de Mamas (Various Artists)
  • The Welcome Branding Group — El Techo es el Suelo (Quiero Club)
  • Masa — Repeat After Me (Los Amigos Invisibles)
2014 Alejandro Ros - Wed 21 (Juana Molina)
  • Alfredo Enciso — Activistas (Nonpalidece)
  • Rafael Rocha — Antes Que Tu Conte Outra (Apanhador Só)
  • Giovanni Nésterez — Combi (Lucho Quequezana)
  • Laura Varsky — Ocho(Marco Sanguinetti)
2015 Natalia Ayala, Carlos Dussan Gómez and Juliana Jaramillo — Este Instante (Marta Gómez)
  • Julia Rocha — Blam! Blam! (Jonas Sá)
  • Anna Amendola — Noel Rosa, Preto E Branco (Valéria Lobão)
  • Pablo González and Francisca ValenzuelaTajo Abierto (Francisca Valenzuela)
  • Laura Varsky — Veinte Años El Grito Después (Catupecu Machu)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sobre La Academia Latina de la Grabación". Latin Grammy Awards (in Spanish). United States: Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences. Archived from the original on July 17, 2011. Retrieved July 17, 2011.