For information on the Grammy Award for Best Country & Western Recording and a complete list of winners for the category, read on


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Best Country & Western Recording

The Grammy Award for Best Country & Western Recording was first handed out in 1959. The award was retired after 1968. From 1959 to 1961 the award was given out as Grammy Award for Best Country & Western Performance. In 1965 and 1966 an alternative award was presented for the Best Country & Western Single. 

Winners: Grammys Best Country & Western Recording

Year
Winner/s
Song
1968
 Al De Lory (producer) & Glen Campbell
 "Gentle on My Mind"
1967
 David Houston
 "Almost Persuaded"
1966
 Roger Miller
 "King of the Road"(Awarded as Grammy Award For Best Country & Western Single)
1965
 Roger Miller
 "Dang Me"("(Awarded as Grammy Award For Best Country & Western Single)
1964
 Bobby Bare
 "Detroit City"
1963
 Burl Ives
 "Funny Way of Laughin'"
1962
 Jimmy Dean
 Big Bad John
1961
 Marty Robbins
 "El Paso"
1960
 Johnny Horton
 "The Battle of New Orleans"
1959
 The Kingston Trio
 "Tom Dooley"

  
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