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Grammy Record of the Year Award [1960s]

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1. In 1959, what was the Grammy Award for Record of the Year?

  • Catch A Falling Star performed by Perry Como
  • Fever performed by Peggy Lee
  • Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare) performed by Domenico Modugno
  • The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late) performed by David Seville
  • Witchcraft performed by Frank Sinatra

2. In 1960, what was the Grammy Award for Record of the Year?

  • A Fool Such as I performed by Elvis Presley
  • High Hopes performed by Frank Sinatra
  • Like Young performed by Andre Previn
  • Mack the Knife performed by Bobby Darin
  • The Three Bells performed by The Browns

3. In 1961, what was the Grammy Award for Record of the Year?

  • Are You Lonesome Tonight? performed by Elvis Presley
  • Georgia On My Mind performed by Ray Charles
  • Mack the Knife performed by Ella Fitzgerald
  • Nice 'n' Easy performed by Frank Sinatra
  • Theme from A Summer Place performed by Percy Faith

4. In 1962, what was the Grammy Award for Record of the Year?

  • Big Bad John performed by Jimmy Dean
  • Moon River performed by Henry Mancini
  • The Second Time Around performed by Frank Sinatra
  • Take Five performed by Dave Brubeck
  • (Up a) Lazy River performed by Si Zentner

5. In 1963, what was the Grammy Award for Record of the Year?

  • Desafinado performed by Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd
  • Fly Me to the Moon Bossa Nova performed by Joe Harnell and His Orchestra
  • I Can't Stop Loving You performed by Ray Charles
  • I Left My Heart in San Francisco performed by Tony Bennett
  • What Kind of Fool am I performed by Sammy Davis, Jr.

6. In 1964, what was the Grammy Award for Record of the Year?

  • Days of Wine and Roses performed by Henry Mancini
  • Dominique performed by The Singing Nun
  • Happy Days Are Here Again performed by Barbra Streisand
  • I Wanna Be Around performed by Tony Bennett
  • Wives and Lovers performed by Jack Jones

7. In 1965, what was the Grammy Award for Record of the Year?

  • Downtown performed by Petula Clark
  • Hello, Dolly! performed by Louis Armstrong
  • I Want to Hold Your Hand performed by The Beatles
  • People performed by Barbra Streisand
  • The Girl from Ipanema performed by Stan Getz & Jo�o Gilberto

8. In 1966, what was the Grammy Award for Record of the Year?

  • A Taste of Honey performed by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
  • Yesterday performed by The Beatles
  • The 'In' Crowd performed by The Ramsey Lewis Trio
  • King of the Road performed by Roger Miller
  • The Shadow of Your Smile performed by Tony Bennett

9. In 1967, what was the Grammy Award for Record of the Year?

  • Almost Persuaded performed by David Houston
  • Monday, Monday performed by The Mamas & the Papas
  • Strangers in the Night performed by Frank Sinatra
  • What Now My Love performed by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
  • Winchester Cathedral performed by The New Vaudeville Band

10. In 1968, what was the Grammy Award for Record of the Year?

  • By the Time I Get to Phoenix performed by Glen Campbell
  • My Cup Runneth Over performed by Ed Ames
  • Ode to Billie Joe performed by Bobbie Gentry
  • Somethin' Stupid performed by Nancy Sinatra & Frank Sinatra
  • Up, Up and Away performed by The Fifth Dimension

11. In 1969, what was the Grammy Award for Record of the Year?

  • Harper Valley PTA performed by Jeannie C. Riley
  • Hey Jude performed by The Beatles
  • Honey performed by Bobby Goldsboro
  • Mrs. Robinson performed by Simon and Garfunkel
  • Wichita Lineman performed by Glen Campbell

Check Your Answers

  • 1. Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare) performed by Domenico Modugno
  • 2. Mack the Knife performed by Bobby Darin
  • 3. Theme from A Summer Place performed by Percy Faith
  • 4. Moon River performed by Henry Mancini
  • 5. I Left My Heart in San Francisco performed by Tony Bennett
  • 6. Days of Wine and Roses performed by Henry Mancini
  • 7. The Girl from Ipanema performed by Stan Getz & Jo�o Gilberto
  • 8. A Taste of Honey performed by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
  • 9. Strangers in the Night performed by Frank Sinatra
  • 10. Up, Up and Away performed by The Fifth Dimension
  • 11. Mrs. Robinson performed by Simon and Garfunkel

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