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Mumford, Keys, fun. top Grammys

So much for a sweep.

The Black Keys’ singer-guitarist Dan Auerbach may have taken home the most hardware with four wins, but the Grammys seemed determined to share the wealth Sunday night as British folk band Mumford & Sons’ Babel won the coveted best album prize.

“We figured we weren’t going to win anything cause The Black Keys have been sweeping up all day (and night), and deservedly so,” said frontman Marcus Mumford who got the album award from fellow Brit Adele at the Staples Centre in L.A.

Auerbach, Kanye West and Jay-Z, and Mumford & Sons were among six artists nominated six times this year, a varied male grouping that included indie-pop group Fun., and groundbreaking R&B artist Frank Ocean.

So unlike last year’s coronation of Adele, during which the British soul-pop singer won six of six possible Grammys, this year was a real horse race.

The Black Keys, filled out by drummer Patrick Carney, picked up a trio of awards for best rock album for El Camino and best rock song and best rock performance for Lonely Boy while Auerbach picked up a fourth award for best producer (non-classical).

West and Jay-Z were triple winners too for best rap song and best rap performance for N—– in Paris, meaning a loss for Toronto rapper Drake in both categories, and shared their third win with Ocean and The Dream on best rap song collaboration No Church in The Wild.

But don’t feel too bad for Drizzy though as he took home the best rap album Grammy — his first and Canada’s only win of the night — for Take Care although he wasn’t on hand to receive the award but was spotted in the audience later.

Mumford & Sons’ other win was for best long form video for Big Easy Express, defeating Calgary twin sister act Tegan & Sara.

Another triple winner was Australia’s Gotye, who seemed stunned to pick up record of the year for Somebody That I Used To Know from Prince, who carried a cane.

“A little bit lost for words to receive an award from the man standing behind us with the cane,” said Gotye with his female collaborator Kimbra on the song at his side. “Many years listening to this man’s music’s growing up, that was a big reason I was inspired to make music.”

Adele made an earlier appearance picking up best pop solo performance for her live version of Set Fire To The Rain, defeating Canadian Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe.

“Honestly, I just wanted to come and be part of the night ‘cause I Ioved it last year obviously,” said Adele.

Fun.’s anthemic We Are Young also dashed Jepsen’s remaining hope for a Grammy when it picked up song of the year during the broadcast. They were also the surprise winners for best new artist beating out critical favourite Ocean.

“I really gotta pee,” said Fun. frontman Nate Ruess, while picking up the best new artist trophy.

Huge applause greeted Ocean’s Channel Orange picking up best urban contemporary album.

“So I hear the way you disarm an audience is by imagining them naked but I don’t want to do that,” said Orange. “I want to look at you all as kids in tuxedos and being fancy and stuff like that.”

Clarkson, the best pop vocal album winner for Stronger delivered one of the funniest acceptance speeches of the night as she rambled on about getting “stuck on Miranda Lambert” on the way up to accept her trophy.

“There’s a story in a song, for later, after alcohol, I’m just kidding children, I get nervous speaking in front of people,” she said before adding: “ Miguel, I don’t know who the hell you are, but we need to sing together. I mean, good God! That was the sexiest damn thing I’ve ever seen! What?!”

Other notable hauls included those by triple winner DJ Skrillex.

The full list of winners is:

Record Of The Year – Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye featuring Kimbra

Album Of The Year – Babel by Mumford & Sons

Song Of The Year – We Are Young by Fun. featuring Janelle Monae

Best New Artist – Fun.

Best Pop Solo Performance – Set Fire To The Rain (Live) by Adele

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance – Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye featuring Kimbra

Best Pop Instrumental Album – Impressions by Chris Botti

Best Pop Vocal Album – Stronger by Kelly Clarkson

Best Dance Recording – Bangarang by Skrillex featuring Sirah

Best Dance/Electronica Album – Bangarang by Skrillex

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album – Kisses On The Bottom by Paul McCartney

Best Rock Performance – Lonely Boy by The Black Keys

Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance – Love Bites (So Do I) by Halestorm

Best Rock Song – Lonely Boy by The Black Keys

Best Rock Album – El Camino by The Black Keys

Best Alternative Music Album – Making Mirrors by Gotye

Best R&B Performance – Climax by Usher

Best Traditional R&B Performance – Love On Top by Beyonce

Best R&B Song – Adorn by Miguel

Best Urban Contemporary Album – Channel Orange by Frank Ocean

Best R&B Album – Black Radio by Robert Glasper Experiment

Best Rap Performance – N****s In Paris by Jay-Z & Kanye West

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration – No Church In The Wild by Jay-Z & Kanye West featuring Frank Ocean & The-Dream

Best Rap Song – N****s In Paris by Jay-Z & Kanye West

Best Rap Album – Take Care by Drake

Best Country Solo Performance – Blown Away by Carrie Underwood

Best Country Duo/Group Performance – Pontoon by Little Big Town

Best Country Song – Blown Away by Carrie Underwood

Best Country Album – Uncaged by Zac Brown Band

Best New Age Album – Echoes Of Love by Omar Akram

Best Improvised Jazz Solo – Hot House by Gary Burton & Chick Corea

Best Jazz Vocal Album – Radio Music Society by Esperanza Spalding

Best Jazz Instrumental Album – Unity Band by Pat Metheny Unity Band

Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album – Dear Diz (Every Day I Think Of You) by Arturo Sandoval

Best Latin Jazz Album – Ritmo! by The Clare Fischer Latin Jazz Big Band

Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance – 10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord) by Matt Redman

Best Gospel Song – Go Get It by Mary Mary

Best Contemporary Christian Music Song – 10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord) by Matt Redman & Your Presence Is Heaven by Israel & New Breed

Best Gospel Album – Gravity by Lecrae

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album – Eye On It by TobyMac

Best Latin Pop Album – MTV Unplugged Deluxe Edition by Juanes

Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album – Imaginaries by Quetzal

Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano) – Pecados Y Milagros by Lila Downs

Best Tropical Latin Album – Retro by Marlow Rosado Y La Riquena

Best Americana Album – Slipstream by Bonnie Raitt

Best Bluegrass Album – Nobody Knows You by Steep Canyon Rangers

Best Blues Album – Locked Down by Dr. John

Best Folk Album – The Goat Rodeo Sessions by Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer & Chris Thile

Best Regional Roots Music Album – The Band Courtbouillon by Wayne Toups, Steve Riley & Wilson Savoy

Best Reggae Album – Rebirth by Jimmy Cliff

Best World Music Album – The Living Room Sessions Part 1 by Ravi Shankar

Best Children’s Album – Can You Canoe? by The Okee Dokee Brothers

Best Spoken Word Album – Society’s Child: My Autobiography by Janis Ian

Best Comedy Album – Blow Your Pants Off by Jimmy Fallon

Best Musical Theater Album – Once: A New Musical

Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media – Midnight In Paris by Various Artists

Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media – The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo by

Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross

Best Song Written For Visual Media – Safe & Sound (From The Hunger Games) by T Bone Burnett, Taylor Swift, John Paul White & Joy Williams (Taylor Swift Featuring The Civil Wars)

Best Instrumental Composition – Mozart Goes Dancing by Chick Corea & Gary Burton

Best Instrumental Arrangement – How About You by Gil Evans Project

Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s) – City Of Roses by Esperanza Spalding

Best Recording Package – Biophilia by Michael Amzalag & Mathias Augustyniak, art directors (Bjork)

Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package – Woody At 100: The Woody Guthrie Centennial Collection

Best Album Notes – Singular Genius: The Complete ABC Singles

Billy Vera, album notes writer (Ray Charles)

Best Historical Album – The Smile Sessions (Deluxe Box Set)

Alan Boyd, Mark Linett, Brian Wilson & Dennis Wolfe, compilation producers; Mark Linett, mastering engineer (The Beach Boys)

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical – The Goat Rodeo Sessions by Richard King (Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer & Chris Thile)

Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical – Dan Auerbach

Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical – Promises (Skrillex & Nero Remix) by Skrillex, Joseph Ray & Daniel Stephens

Best Surround Sound Album – Modern Cool by Jim Anderson, Darcy Proper & Michael Friedman (Patricia Barber)

Best Engineered Album, Classical – Life & Breath: Choral Works by Rene Clausen (engineers Tom Caulfield & John Newton)

Producer Of The Year, Classical – Blanton Alspaugh

Best Orchestral Performance – Adams: Harmonielehre & Short Ride In A Fast Machine (conductor Michael Tilson Thomas)

Best Opera Recording – Wagner: Der Ring Des Nibelungen (conductors James Levine & Fabio Luisi)

Best Choral Performance – Life & Breath – Choral Works by Rene Clausen (conductor Charles Bruffy)

Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance – Eighth Blackbird

Best Classical Instrumental Solo – Kurtag & Ligeti: Music For Viola by Kim Kashkashian

Best Classical Vocal Solo – Poemes by Renee Fleming

Best Classical Compendium – Penderecki: Fonogrammi; Horn Concerto; Partita; The Awakening Of Jacob; Anaklasis (conductor Antoni Wit)

Best Contemporary Classical Composition – Hartke, Stephen: Meanwhile – Incidental Music To Imaginary Puppet Plays (conductor Stephen Hartke)

Best Short Form Music Video – We Found Love by Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris (director Melina Matsoukas)

Best Long Form Music Video – Big Easy Express (Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros & Old Crow Medicine Show) directed by Emmett Malloy

Lifetime Achievement Honourees – Glenn Gould, Carole King, Charlie Haden, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Patti Page, Ravi Shankar, The Temptations