Which rock band won more Grammys: The Beatles or The 5th Dimension???

which of these legendary bands took home the most Grammy awards?

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    1 decade ago
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    the beatles. here is a list of all of their grammy awards:

    1964, Best New Artist--The Beatles (Also nominated: Petula Clark, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Astrud Gilberto and Morgana King.)

    1964, Best Performance By A Vocal Group --The Beatles (George Martin, producer) , "A Hard Day's Night"

    1966, Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Performance, Male--Paul McCartney, "Eleanor Rigby"

    1966, Best Album Cover/Package-- The Beatles (Klaus Voorman, graphic artist), "Revolver"

    1966, Song Of The Year-- The Beatles (John Lennon, Paul McCartney, composers), "Michelle"

    1967, Album Of The Year-- The Beatles (George Martin, producer), "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"

    1967, Best Contemporary (R&R) Album-- The Beatles (George Martin, producer), "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"

    1967, Best Album Cover-- The Beatles (Peter Blake, John Haworth, art directors), "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"

    1967, Best Engineered (Non-Classical) Recording--The Beatles (Geoff Emerick, engineer) , "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"

    1969, Best Engineered (Non-Classical) Recording--The Beatles (Geoff Emerick, engineer), "Abbey Road"

    1970, Best Original Score Written For A Motion Picture Or TV Special--The Beatles, "Let It Be"

    1971, Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocalists--Paul and Linda McCartney (Paul McCartney, arranger), "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey"

    1972, Album Of The Year-- George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Leon Russell, Bob Dylan and Billy Preston (George Harrison, Phil Spector, producers), "The Concert For Bangla Desh"

    1973, Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocalists--Paul McCartney & Wings (George Martin, arranger), "Live and Let Die"

    1974, Best Engineered Recording-- Paul McCartney & Wings (Geoff Emerick, engineer), "Band on the Run"

    1975, Hall Of Fame--The Beatles

    1979, Best Instrumental Recording--Wings, "Rockestra Theme"

    1981, Album Of The Year--John Lennon and Yoko Ono (John Lennon, Jack Douglas, producers), "Double Fantasy"

    1987, Best Performance Music Video, Long Form -- "The Prince's Trust All-Star Concert" (with Paul McCartney)

    1989, Best Rock Vocal, Duo Or Group With Vocal-- Traveling Wilburys, "Traveling Wilburys Volume 1"

    1989, Lifetime Achievement Award--Paul McCartney

    1990, Lifetime Achievement Award-- John Lennon

    1996, Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal-- The Beatles, "Free As a Bird"

    1996, Best Music Video, Short Form--The Beatles, "Free As a Bird"* (Joe Pytka: Video Director. Vincent Joliet: Video Producer)

    1996, Best Music Video, Long Form--The Beatles, "The Beatles Anthology" (Bob Smeaton & Geoff Wonfor: Video Directors. Neil Aspinall & Chips Chipperfield: Video Producers)

    2000, Best Long Form Video--"Gimme Some Truth -- The Making of John Lennon's Imagine Album." (John Lennon Andrew Solt, video director; Yoko Ono, Andrew Solt, Leslie Tong & Greg Vines, video producers)

    2003, Best Pop Instrumental Performance -- George Harrison, "Marwa Blues"

    2004, Hall Of Fame--George Harrison

    2004, Best Long Form Music Video -- "Concert for George" ) David Leland, video director; Ray Cooper, Olivia Harrison & Jon Kamen, video producers)

  • 1 decade ago

    Beatles

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