By Clark Collis
Updated January 31, 2010 at 12:00 PM EST

There had to come a time when Neil Young finally won his first Grammy. And that time was this afternoon, when the legendary Canadian singer-songwriter won a trophy for his Archives Vol. 1 set in the category of best art direction on a boxed or special limited edition package. Young received his award at a pre-telecast ceremony where other winners included Taylor Swift (Best female vocal country performance for “White Horse”) and Lady Gaga (Best dance recording for “Poker Face” and best electronic/dance album for The Fame). You can see a full list of the early winners here.

You can check out he trailer for Archives Vol. 1 below.

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