Ringo Starr accepts the GRAMMY for Album Of The Year on behalf of the artists and producers for The Concert For Bangladesh at the 15th GRAMMY Awards on March 3, 1973, in Nashville, Tenn.
The Concert For Bangladesh Wins Album Of The Year
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