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Late guitar great Paco de Lucia and superstar Enrique Iglesias won top prizes Thursday at the Latin Grammys, which took a political edge as artists cheered President Barack Obama's plan to help immigrants. The top award night for the Spanish- and Portuguese-language music industry paid homage to De Lucia, a Spanish legend of the flamenco guitar, who died in February at age 66. De Lucia posthumously won Album of the Year for "Cancion Andaluza," which also was declared Best Flamenco Album. De Lucia's widow said that the album was a passion for De Lucia, who dedicated the last months of his life to it.