Neptunes, Others Celebrate Grammy Wins

Feb 9, 2004 12:00 PM, Editors


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Hot production team The Neptunes and producer/engineer Nigel Godrich were just a few from the recording community to take home trophies from last night’s 46th Annual Grammy Awards, held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

In addition to such high-profile winners, the night honored “unsung heroes,” many of them announced prior to the CBS broadcast. For example, Malcolm Harper, owner of Reelsound Recording Co. in Buda, Texas, reportef that a project he recorded by Bishop T.D. Jakes and the Potter’s House Mass Choir (pictured) won a Grammy for “Best Gospel Choir or Chorus Album,” marking Harper’s third win and seventh nomination.

The notable “Record of the Year” award went to Coldplay’s Clocks, produced by the band and Ken Nelson and engineered by Nelson and Mark Phythian. “Album of the Year” went to OutKast’s self-produced Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, engineered by Vincent Alexander, Chris Carmouche, Terrence Cash, Kevin "KD" Davis, Reggie Dozier, John Frye, Robert Hannon, Padraic Kernin, Moka Nagatani, Pete Novak, Brian Paturalski, Neal Pogue, Dexter Simmons, Matt Still and Darrell Thorpe. Brian Gardner and Bernie Grundman mastered. The Neptunes took home the “Producer of the Year” Award for their work with Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake, among others, while Godrich took home the “Best Engineered Album/Non-Classical” for Radiohead’s latest, Hail to the Thief.

Other notable winners include remixer Maurice Jushua, who earned “Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical” for the Beyonce single “Crazy in Love (Maurice’s Soul Mix)”; “Best Engineered Album, Classical" went to Richard King and Todd Whitelock for Yo-Yo Ma’s Obrigado Brazil; Steven Epstein took home the trophy for “Producer of the Year, Classical”; and the prestigious “Song of the Year” Award went to “Dance With My Father,” written by Richard Marx and Luther Vandross.

For a full list of Grammy winners, visit

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