For information on the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Tropical Latin Album and a complete list of winners for the category, go through the article given below


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Best Traditional Tropical Latin

The Grammy Award for Best Traditional Tropical Latin Album was first handed out in 1984. The title of the award was affected with numerous changes since its inception in 1984. From 1984 to 1991 it was awarded as Best Tropical Latin Performance and in 1992 it was changed to Best Tropical Latin Album, from 1995 to 199 it was once again awarded as Best Tropical Latin Performance. In 2000 it was given out as Best Traditional Tropical Latin Performance before it was changed to the presently used Best Traditional Tropical Latin Album in 2001. In 1986 the award has multiple recipients, Solito by Eddie Palmieri and Mambo Diablo by Tito Puente and his Latin Ensemble were both awarded. 

Winners: Best Traditional Tropical Latin Album

Year
Album
Winner/s
2010
 Ciclos
 Luis Enrique
2009
 Señor Bachata performed
 José Feliciano
2008
 La Llave de Mi Corazón
 Juan Luis Guerra
2007
 Directo al Corazón
 Gilberto Santa Rosa
2006
 Bebo de Cuba
 Bebo Valdés
2005
 Ahora Si!
 Israel "Cachao" Lopez
2004
 Buenos Hermanos
 Ibrahim Ferrer
2003
 El Arte del Sabor
 Bebo Valdés Trío with Israel López "Cachao" and Carlos Patato Valdés
2002
 Déjame Entrar
 Carlos Vives
2001
 Alma Caribeña
 Gloria Estefan
2000
 Mambo Birdland
 Tito Puente
1999
 Contra La Corriente
 Marc Anthony
1998
 Buena Vista Social Club
 Ry Cooder
1997
 La Rosa de los Vientos
 Rubén Blades
1996
 Abriendo Puertas
 Gloria Estefan
1995
 Master Sessions Vol. 1
 Israel "Cachao" Lopez
1994
 Mi Tierra
 Gloria Estefan
1993
 Frenesí
 Linda Ronstadt
1992
 Bachata Rosa
 Juan Luis Guerra
1991
 "Lambada Timbales"
 Tito Puente
1990
 Ritmo en el Corazón
 Celia Cruz and Ray Barretto
1989
 Antecedente
 Rubén Blades and Son de Solar
1988
 La Verdad * The Truth
 Eddie Palmieri
1987
 Escenas
 Rubén Blades
1986
 Solito
 Eddie Palmieri
1986
 Mambo Diablo
 Tito Puente and his Latin Ensemble
1985
 Palo Pa Rumba
 Eddie Palmieri
1984
 On Broadway
Tito Puente and his Latin Ensemble

  
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