You may know their voices, but can you identify Neil Young's nose or Missy Elliott's eyes? They're just two of the thousands of artists who've received Grammys since the awards were first doled out almost 50 years ago. This year, the winners of such awards as Record of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, Best Hawaiian Music, and Best Polka Music Album will be announced on Feb. 8. Test your knowledge of Grammy history by guessing which previous winners are featured below.
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