At the 44th Annual Grammy Awards, held on February 27, 2002, at theStaples Center in Los Angeles, T Bone Burnett and Al Schmitt took hometheir own Grammies for Producer of the Year and Engineer of the Year,respectively.
What follows is a listing of the winners in the production andengineering categories. For a detailed look at these winners and theprojects that brought them the Grammy, check out the April issue ofMix. For a complete list of all the winners, check out www.grammy.com.
ALBUM OF THE YEAR
O Brother, Where Art Thou?, various artists. Producer: T BoneBurnett. Engineer: Mike Piersante.
RECORD OF THE YEAR
“Walk On,” U2. Producers: Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois. Engineers: SteveLillywhite, Richard Rainey
PRODUCER OF THE YEAR, NON-CLASSICAL
T Bone Burnett (O Brother, Where Art Thou?, various; DownFrom the Mountain, various; Fan Dance, Sam Phillips).
PRODUCER OF THE YEAR, CLASSICAL
Manfred Eicher (Haydn: The Seven Words; Leos Janacek: ARecollection; Hollinger: Schneewittchen).
BEST ENGINEERED ALBUM, NON-CLASSICAL
The Look of Love, Diana Krall. Engineer: Al Schmitt.
BEST ENGINEERED ALBUM, CLASSICAL
Leonard Bernstein — West Side Story Suite, Joshua Bell.Engineer: Richard King.
BEST REMIXED RECORDING, NON-CLASSICAL
“Thank You,” Dido. Remixer: Deep Dish.