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Alan Parsons has been nominated many times for Grammy Awards but has been shut out each time. But, here is a guide to the nominations and those who won:

1973 Best Engineered Recording, Non Classical

nomineeAlan Parsons, "Dark Side of the Moon" (Pink Floyd)

winnerMalcolm Cecil, Robert Margouleff, "Innervisions" (Stevie Wonder)

nomineeDavid Hentschel, "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" (Elton John)

nomineeDonn Landee, "Long Train Runnin'" (Doobie Brothers)

nomineeRobin Geoffrey Cable, Bill Schnee, "No Secrets" (Carly Simon)

1975 Best Engineered Recording, Non Classical

nomineeChuck Johnson, Alan Parsons, Freddie Piro, Billy Taylor, Tom Trefethen, "Ambrosia" (Ambrosia)

winnerLarry Alexander, Arthur Brooks, Russ Payne, "Between The Lines" (Janis Ian)

nomineeBill Schnee, "I've Got the Music In Me" (Thelma Houston, Pressure Cooker)

nomineeEric Stewart, "The Original Soundtrack" (10cc)

nomineeTommy Vicari, "Storm at Sun-Up" (Gino Vannelli)

1976 Best Engineered Recording, Non Classical

nomineeAlan Parsons, "Tales of Mystery and Imagination" (APP)

nomineeAlan Parsons, Tom Trefethen, "Somewhere I've Never Travelled" (Ambrosia)

winnerAl Schmitt, "Breezin'" (George Benson)

nomineeJay Lewis, "The Dream Weaver" (Gary Wright)

nomineeRon Hitchcock, "The King James Version" (Harry James & His Big Band)

1978 Best Engineered Recording

nomineeAlan Parsons, "Pyramid" (The Alan Parsons Project)

winnerRoger Nichols, Al Schmitt, "FM (No Static At All)" (Steely Dan)

nomineeGeorge Massenberg, "All 'n' All" (Earth, Wind & Fire)

nomineeJohn Neal, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" (Movie Soundtrack)

nomineeAllen Sides, John Neal, "A Tribute to Ethel Waters" (Diahann Carroll)

nomineeBruce Swedien, "Sounds... and Stuff Like That" (Quincy Jones)

1978 Producer of the Year

nomineeAlan Parsons

winnerBee Gees, Albhy Galuten, Karl Richardson

nomineePeter Asher

nomineeQuincy Jones

nomineePhil Ramone

1979 Best Album or Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television

nomineeMarvin Hamlisch, Alan Parsons, Carole Sager, Eric Woolfson, "Ice Castles"

winnerJohn Williams "Superman (Motion Picture)"

nomineeJerry Goldsmith, "Alien"

nomineeCarmine Coppola, Francis Coppola, "Apocalypse Now"

nomineePaul Williams, Kenny Ascher, "The Muppet Movie"

1979 Best Engineered Recording

nomineeAlan Parsons, "Eve" (The Alan Parsons Project)

winnerPeter Henderson, "Breakfast In America" (Supertramp)

nomineeGary Loizzo, "Cornerstone" (Styx)

nomineeLee Herschberg, Lloyd Clifft, Tom Knox, Roger Nichols, "Rickie Lee Jones" (Rickie Lee Jones)

nomineePhil Edwards, "Just Friends" (LA-4)

1981 Best Engineered Recording

nomineeAlan Parsons, "The Turn of a Friendly Card" (The Alan Parsons Project)

winnerJerry Garszva, Roger Nichols, Elliot Scheiner, Bill Schnee, "Gaucho" (Steely Dan)

nomineeBruce Swedien, "The Dude" (Quincy Jones)

nomineeMike Stone, Kevin Elson, "Escape" (Journey)

nomineeNigel Gray, "Zenyatta Mondatta" (The Police)

1982 Best Engineered Recording

nomineeAlan Parsons, "Eye In The Sky" (The Alan Parsons Project)

winnerTom Knox, Greg Ladanyi, David Leonard, Al Schmitt, "Toto IV" (Toto)

nomineeNeil Dorfsman, "Love Over Gold" (Dire Straits)

nomineeRoger Nichols, Daniel Lazerus, Elliot Scheiner, "The Nightfly" (Donald Fagen)

nomineeGeorge Tutko, Don Gehman, Mark Stabbeds, "American Fool" (John Cougar)

1986 Best Rock Instrumental Performance (Orchestra, Group or Soloist)

nomineeThe Alan Parsons Project, "Where's The Walrus?" (from "Stereotomy")

winnerThe Art of Noise, Duane Eddy, "Peter Gunn" (from "In Visible Silence")

nomineeFabulous Thunderbirds, "Down at Antones" (from "Tuff Enuff")

nomineeEric Johnson, "Zap" (from "Tones")

nomineeYes, "Amazing Grace" (from "9012 Live, The Solos")

1986 Best Album Package

nomineeColin Chambers, Andrew Ellis, "Stereotomy" (The Alan Parsons Project)

winnerEiko Ishioka, "Tutu" (Miles Davis)

nomineeBuddy Jackson, "Songs Unspoken"

nomineeMichael Hodgson, "True Stories"

nomineeJohn Berg, "The Voice - The Columbia Years (1943-1952) (Frank Sinatra)

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