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Awards and honors given to producer Phil Ramone

Updated at: 03/30/2013 5:39 PM
By The Associated Press

Some of the awards and honors given to music producer, arranger and engineer Phil Ramone:

Grammy Awards:

_ 2011 Producer, Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for Tony Bennett’s "Duets II"

_ 2006 Producer, Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for Tony Bennett’s "Duets: An American Classic"

_ 2005 Producer, Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for Tony Bennett’s "The Art of Romance"

_ 2004 Producer, Album of the Year for Ray Charles’ "Genius Loves Company"

_ 2004 Producer, Best Surround Sound Album for Ray Charles’ "Genius Loves Company"

_ 2004 Technical Grammy, for contributions of outstanding technical significance to the recording field

_ 2002 Producer, Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for Tony Bennett’s "Playin’ With My Friends: Bennett Sings The Blues"

_ 1994 Producer, Best Musical Show Album for "Passion"

_ 1983 Composer, Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion Picture or for Television for "Flashdance"

_ 1980 Producer of the Year, Non-Classical

_ 1979 Producer, Album of the Year for Billy Joel’s "52nd Street"

_ 1978 Producer, Record of the Year for Billy Joel’s "Just The Way You Are"

_ 1975 Producer, Album of the Year for Paul Simon’s "Still Crazy After All These Years"

_ 1969 Producer, Best Musical Show Album for "Promises, Promises"

_1964 Engineer, Best Engineered Recording (non-classical) for Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto’s "Getz/Gilberto"

Emmy Award:

_ 1973, Sound Mixer, Outstanding Achievement In Live Or Tape Sound Mixing for "Duke Ellington ... We Love You Madly"

National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS):

_ 2001 National Trustees Award

_ 2000 New York Heroes Award

_ 1984 Governors Award for Honor Roll for A&R/Producers

_ 1965 National Trustee Award, Engineering

Honorary Degrees:

_ Doctor of Musicology, Berklee College of Music, Boston, and Five Towns College, Dix Hills, N.Y.

_ Doctor of Humane Letters, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY

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