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At the 10th Annual Grammy Awards in 1968, the Beatles’ 1967 album, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” won four awards:
- Album Of The Year – The Beatles & George Martin (producer). It was the first rock LP to receive this honour.
- Best Contemporary Album – George Martin (producer) & The Beatles
- Best Album Cover – Jann Haworth & Peter Blake (art directors)
- Best Engineered Record – Geoff E. Emerick (engineer)
By the time the 10th GRAMMYs rolled around, the Beatles had already made their mark, earning Best New Artist honors at the 7th GRAMMY Awards three years earlier. But with their magnum opus Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, the British quartet transitioned to music royalty. They nabbed five GRAMMY nominations for 1967, and ultimately took home two for the coveted Album Of The Year prize and Best Contemporary Album.
Sgt. Pepper’s … proved to be a hit in other categories as well. The album’s pioneering sonics earned engineer Geoff Emerick Best Engineered Recording, Non-Classical honors. Art directors Peter Blake and Jann Haworth took home Best Album Cover, Graphic Arts for the album’s seminal cover art.
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"With greatly expanded text, this is the most revealing and frank personal 30-year chronicle of the group ever written. Insider Barry Miles covers the Beatles story from childhood to the break-up of the group."
We owe a lot to Barry Miles for the creation of those pages, but you really have to buy this book to get all the details - a day to day chronology of what happened to the four Beatles during the Beatles years!