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5th Annual Latin Grammy Awards

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The 5th Annual Latin Grammy Awards were held on Wednesday, September 1, 2004, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

5th Latin Grammy Awards
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DateSeptember 1, 2004
VenueShrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California
Hosted byGeorge Lopez
Highlights
Person of the YearCarlos Santana
Television/radio coverage
NetworkCBS

This was the last telecast of the awards nationally in the United States in English with a CBS contract. Effective in 2005, the awards were announced in Spanish with an exclusive Spanish-language telecast. Alejandro Sanz was the big winner winning four awards including Album of the Year.[1]

AwardsEdit

Winners are in bold text.[2]

GeneralEdit

Record of the Year

Alejandro Sanz — "No Es Lo Mismo"

Album of the Year

Alejandro SanzNo Es Lo Mismo

Song of the Year

Alejandro Sanz — "No Es Lo Mismo"

Best New Artist

Maria Rita

PopEdit

Best Female Pop Vocal Album

RosarioDe Mil Colores

Best Male Pop Vocal Album

Alejandro SanzNo Es Lo Mismo

Best Pop Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals

Sin BanderaDe Viaje

UrbanEdit

Best Urban Music Album

Vico CEn Honor A La Verdad

RockEdit

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album

Julieta Venegas

Best Rock Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals

La LeyLibertad

Best Alternative Music Album

Café TacubaCuatro Caminos

Best Rock Song

Emmanuel del Real — "Eres" (Café Tacuba)

TropicalEdit

Best Salsa Album

Celia CruzRegalo del Alma

Best Merengue Album

Johnny VenturaSin Desperdicio

Best Contemporary Tropical Album

AlbitaAlbita Llegó

Best Traditional Tropical Album

Bebo Valdés and Diego El CigalaLágrimas Negras

Best Tropical Song

Sergio George and Fernando Osorio — "Ríe y Llora" (Celia Cruz)

Singer-SongwriterEdit

Best Singer-Songwriter Album

SorayaSoraya

Regional MexicanEdit

Best Ranchero Album

Vicente Fernández and Alejandro FernándezEn Vivo: Juntos Por Ultima Vez

Best Banda Album

Banda El RecodoPor Ti

Best Grupero Album

Alicia VillarrealCuando el Corazón Se Cruza

Best Tejano Album

Jimmy González & El Grupo MazzLive en el Valle

  • La Tropa FUn Nuevo Capítulo
  • Little Joe & La Familia — Celebration Of Life - Volume Two Live
  • Bobby PulidoMóntame
  • Sólido — Vuelve
Best Norteño Album

Los Tigres del NortePacto de Sangre

Best Regional Mexican Song

Marco Antonio Solís — "Tu Amor o Tu Desprecio"

InstrumentalEdit

Best Instrumental Album

Yo-Yo MaObrigado Brazil Live In Concert

TraditionalEdit

Best Folk Album

Kepa JunkeraK

Best Tango Album

Gerardo Gandini — Postangos en Vivo en Rosario

  • Pablo Mainetti — Tres Rincones
  • María Estela Monti — Ciudadana
  • Orquesta El ArranqueEn Vivo en el Auditorio de la Rete Due de Suiza
  • María Volonté and Horacio Larumbe — Fuimos
Best Flamenco Album

Paco de LucíaCositas Buenas

JazzEdit

Best Latin Jazz Album

Chucho ValdésNew Conceptions

  • Jerry Gonzalez y Los Piratas del Flamenco — Jerry Gonzalez y los Piratas del Flamenco
  • Santos Neto Quinteto — Canto Do Rio Jovino
  • Diego Urcola — Soundances
  • Bebo Valdés and Federico Britos — We Could Make Such Beautiful Music Together

ChristianEdit

Best Christian Album (Spanish language)

Marcos WittRecordando Otra Vez

  • Carlos Guzman — En las Alas de Una Paloma
  • Samuel Hernández — Jesús Siempre Llega A Tiempo
  • Rojo24/7
  • Coalo Zamorano — Cosas Poderosas
Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)

Aline BarrosFruto de Amor

  • Teus Igreja Batista and Nova Jerusalém — Discípulos
  • Fernanda Lara y Giordani Vidal — Livre Para Amar
  • Padre Marcelo RossiMaria Mãe Do Filho de Deus (Trilha Sonora Original do Filme)
  • Gospel Thales — Acústico

BrazilianEdit

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album

Carlinhos BrownCarlinhos Brown Es Carlito Marrón

Best Brazilian Rock Album

SkankCosmotron

Best Samba/Pagode Album

Nana, Dori and Danilo — Para Caymmi. de Nana, Dori e Danilo

  • Jorge AragãoDa Noite Pro Dia
  • Monarco — Uma Historia do Samba
  • Zeca PagodinhoAcústico MTV
  • Velha Guarda Do Salgueiro — Velha Guarda do Salgueiro
Best MPB Album

Maria RitaMaria Rita

Best Romantic Music Album

Zezé di Camargo & LucianoZezé di Camargo y Luciano

  • Ataíde & Alexandre — Momento Especial
  • Bruno & Marrone — Inevitável
  • Juliano Cezar — O Cowboy Vagabundo-Vida de Peão
  • Leonardo — Brincadeira Tem Hora
  • Marciano — Ao Vivo-Meu Ofício é Cantar
Best Brazilian Roots/Regional Album

Banda de Pífanos de Caruaru — No Século XXI, no Pátio do Forró

  • Ara Ketu — Obrigado a Você
  • CascabulhoÉ Caco de Vidro Puro
  • Maria Dapaz — Luiz Gonzaga na Voz de Maria Dapaz-Vida de Viajante
  • Liu & Léu — Jeitão de Caboclo
  • Sérgio Reis and FilhosViolas e Violeiros
Best Brazilian Song

Milton Nascimento — "A Festa" (Maria Rita)

Children'sEdit

Best Latin Children's Album

Niños Adorando — Niños Adorando 2

ClassicalEdit

Best Classical Album

Various Artists — Jobim Sinfônico
Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona I Nacional de Catalunya — Carmen Symphony

  • UaktiClássicos
  • Various Artists — Eugenio Toussaint Música de Cámara
  • Trío Argentino — Schubert - Fauré
  • Joao Carlos Assis Brasil — Villa-Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras Nº 4 e Cirandas João

ProductionEdit

Best Engineered Album

Rafa Sardina — No Es Lo Mismo (Alejandro Sanz)

Producer of the Year

Javier Limón

Music VideoEdit

Best Music Video

Robi Draco Rosa — "Más y Más"

Special AwardsEdit

Lifetime Achievement Awards
Trustees Award

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Sanz, Rita Top Winners at Latin Grammys". PEOPLE.com. Retrieved 20 November 2015.
  2. ^ [1] Archived July 21, 2011, at the Wayback Machine