An incalculable number of albums have been released in music history, but only 58 have earned the coveted distinction of Album Of The Year GRAMMY winner so far. From Henry Mancini's The Music From Peter Gunn to Taylor Swift's 1989, some of these elite albums have arguably surprised, some were seemingly consensus choices and still others have fostered lasting debate. In part one of Album Of The Year GRAMMY Winners, explore the albums that won — and were runners-up for — music's biggest prize for 1958–1969.
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In anticipation of her tribute performance, Lady Gaga channeled David Bowie on the red carpet at the 58th GRAMMY Awards. She wore an exuberantly embroidered blue Marc Jacobs coat dress with flaming red hair and prominent blue eye shadow inspired by Bowie's "Life On Mars?" music video. To complete the look, Gaga stood tall in a pair of red sky-high platform stilettos.