With jazz-inspired orchestrations such as "O Tannenbaum" and "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing," as well as instantly-recognizable original compositions like "Linus And Lucy" and "Christmas Time Is Here," Vince Guaraldi's GRAMMY Hall Of Fame-inducted soundtrack to A Charlie Brown Christmas is one of the most successful and beloved holiday music collections of all time.
The authentic soundtrack to the 2000 Coen Brothers' film, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, garnered wide acclaim on its way to topping the Billboard 200. The T Bone Burnett-produced set also carved a place in history at the 44th GRAMMY Awards, joining film soundtrack royalty.
In 1970, George Harrison released his ambitious triple-disc solo album, All Things Must Pass, to mass acclaim from fans and critics alike. Learn more about how the former Beatle stepped into the solo spotlight with an album that would ultimately earn a GRAMMY nomination for Album Of The Year at the 14th Annual GRAMMY Awards and induction into the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame.
Get on your dancing shoes, find the nearest disco ball and get ready to mimic John Travolta's unforgettable dance moves to one of the most classic soundtracks of all time. In 1977 Saturday Night Fever earned the Bee Gees (brothers Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb) a smash-hit album that went on to earn four GRAMMYs, including Album Of The Year, at the 21st GRAMMY Awards, earning a place in music history.
The dynamic duo, who were married from 2004–2014, has recorded a total of four duets in their career, including "No Me Ames" (1999), "Escapémonos" (2004), "Por Arriesgarnos" (2007), and "Olvídame Y Pega La Vuelta" (2016). But which duet has grabbed the most headlines?
It's been an amazing journey for Calle 13 — René Pérez Joglar (Residente) and Eduardo José Cabra Martínez (Visitante). In 2004 the duo recorded a pair of indie demos with the hopes of securing a record deal. More than a decade later, Calle 13 have made their mark with two records in the Latin GRAMMY Awards history book.
Over his career, the late Juan Gabriel wrote timeless hits such as "No Tengo Dinero," "Abrázame Muy Fuerte," "Amor Eterno," and "Siempre En Mi Mente," among others. Along the way, countless artists interpreted his songs, including Rocío Dúrcal, Marc Anthony, Ana Gabriel, Jenni Rivera, Maná, and Vicente Fernández. But how many songs did Juan Gabriel write in his lifetime?
You probably know all about Santana's monumentally successful 1999 album, Supernatural. With smashes such as "Smooth" featuring Rob Thomas, the album sold more than 15 million copies and earned eight GRAMMYs and three Latin GRAMMYs. But which two songs from the album put the Mexican-born Carlos Santana in the GRAMMY record book?