Grammy Awards for Best Recording Package, 1990-1999

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As far as cd packaging design goes, the 90s was the decade in which the ‘box set’ made its award-winning debut at the Grammys. Further, non-standard sized multidisc cases accounted for 3 of the 10 awards given for Best Recording Package. CD Designers in the major label and the independent music industry had started thinking beyond the standard jewel case packaging design.

List of Winners

1990 – Roger Gorman (art director) for Sound + Vision performed by David Bowie

1991 – Jeffrey Gold, Len Peltier & Suzanne Vega (art directors) for Days of Open Hand performed by Suzanne Vega

1992 – Vartan (art director) for Billie Holiday – The Complete Decca Recordings performed by Billie Holiday

1993 – Melanie Nissen (art director) for Spellbound performed by Paula Abdul

1994 – David Lau (art director) for The Complete Billie Holiday on Verve 1945-1959 performed by Billie Holiday

1995 – Buddy Jackson (art director) for Tribute to the Music of Bob Wills & the Texas Playboys performed by Asleep at the Wheel (Best Recording Package)

1996 – Joni Mitchell & Robbie Cavolina (art directors) for Turbulent Indigo performed by Joni Mitchell

1997 – Andy Engel & Tommy Steele (art directors) for Ultra-Lounge (Leopard Skin Sampler) performed by various artists

1998 – Al Quattrocchi, Hugh Brown & Jeff Smith (art directors) for Titanic – Music as Heard on the Fateful Voyage performed by various artists

1999 – Kevin Reagan (art director) for Ray of Light performed by Madonna

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