Published February 8, 2019 at 7:17 am | Updated February 8, 2019 at 7:16 am
Taylor Swift won his second album of the year for "1989". (AP)
Troy L. Smith, cleveland.com
CLEVELAND, Ohio – It is the most important prize of the night that has gone routinely to the giants of the music industry.
60 albums got Album of the Year, with artists like Paul Simon, Stevie Wonder and Taylor Swift who did it more than once. Last year, Bruno Mars added his name to the list of winners.
Who will bring home the first prize this Sunday and will join the ranks of these 60 winners of the Year's Album?
60. Celine Dion – & # 39; Falling Into You & # 39; (1997)
He has had huge hits and huge sales, but Celine Dion's "Falling Into You" seems more like a trend line these days, especially since he beat Beck's major albums, The Fugees and Smashing Pumpkins in 1997.
59. U2 – "How to dismantle an atomic bomb" (2006)
During the band's acceptance speech, Bono praised the winner Kanye West ("Late Registration"), saying his time will come. That time should have been 2006, when U2 are boring, forgettable 11th album has served more as a career award than anything else.
58. Christopher Cross – & # 39; Christopher Cross & # 39; (1981)
It's one of the softest rock albums of all time, for what it's worth. However, Christopher Cross's debut of the same name is probably best known for stealing the 1981 album from "The Wall" by Pink Floyd.
57. Frank Sinatra – & # 39; A Man and His Music & # 39; (1967)
Sinatra had already won two Album of the Year trophies directed in 1967, when "A Man and His Music", an album with mostly mostly re-recorded, beat the Beatles "Revolver", probably the biggest album of all times.