Grammy noms list 3

Best Rock Gospel Album

(For a solo, duo or group vocal performance. Albums only.)

  • “Underdog” Audio Adrenaline, ForeFront Records

  • “Choose Life” Big Tent Revival, Ardent Records

  • “I Can See Clearly Now” Gospel Gangstaz, B-Rite Music

  • “Pray” Rebecca St. James, ForeFront Records

  • “Time” Third Day Essential Records

    Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album

    (For a solo, duo or group vocal performance. Albums only.)

  • “Anointed” Anointed, Myrrh Records

  • “Speechless” Steven Curtis Chapman, Sparrow Records

  • “The Gift Of Christmas” Andraé Crouch, Qwest/Warner Bros. Records

  • “Gloryland” The Dukes Of Dixieland, Leisure Jazz

  • “The Prince Of Egypt – Nashville” Various Artists, DreamWorks Records

    Best Southern, Country, or Bluegrass Gospel Album

    (For a solo, duo or group vocal performance. Albums only.)

  • “A Glen Campbell Christmas” Glen Campbell, Unison Music/TNN Classic Sessions

  • “Roy Clark Sings & Plays Gospel Greats” Roy Clark, Finer Arts Records

  • “Kennedy Center Homecoming” Bill & Gloria Gaither And Their Homecoming Friends, Spring House Music Group

  • “Winding Through Life” Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Sugar Hill Records

  • “The Final Sessions” J.D. Sumner & The Stamps Quartet, New Haven Records

    Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album

    (For a solo, duo or group vocal performance. Albums only.)

  • “Christmas With Shirley Caesar” Shirley Caesar, Myrrh Records

  • “Music In The Air” The Dixie Hummingbirds, House Of Blues Music Co.

  • “God Can & God Will” Dottie Peoples, AIR Gospel Records

  • “Uncensored” Pop Winans & The Winanaires, Diamante/Against The Flow Records

  • “Live In Detroit II” Vickie Winans, CGI/Platinum Records

    Best Contemporary Soul Gospel Album

    (For a solo, duo or group vocal performance. Albums only.)

  • “Mountain High…Valley Low” Yolanda Adams, Elektra Entertainment Group

  • “Many Different Roads” Gladys Knight, Many Roads/MCA Records

  • “So Cool” Take 6, Reprise Records

  • “We Got Next” Winans Phase 2, Myrrh/Word Entertainment

  • “His Gift” CeCe Winans, Pioneer Music Group

    Best Gospel Choir Or Chorus Album

    (For choirs or choruses only, with or without lead vocalist(s). Albums only.)

  • “Any Day” Victory In Praise Music And Arts Seminar Mass Choir; John P. Kee, Choir Director, Verity Records

  • “Emmanuel (God With Us)” Mississippi Mass Choir; David R. Curry, Jerry Smith & Dorcus Thigpen, Choir Directors, Malaco Records

  • “High & Lifted Up” The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir; Carol Cymbala, Choir Director, Atlantic Records

  • “Hosanna! And They Sang The Word” Wilmington Chester Mass Choir; Derrick Clements, Claudine “Dee” King & Ernie Saunders, Choir Directors, AIR Gospel Records

  • “Let’s Make It Better” Inner City; the Rev. John P. Kee, Choir Director, Tyscot Records

    Best Latin Pop Performance

    (For Albums only. For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental. Compilation albums by various artists are not eligible.)

  • “Tiempos” Rubén Blades, Sony Discos

  • “Ni Es Lo Mismo Ni Es Igual” Juan Luis Guerra 440, Karen Publishing

  • “MTV Unplugged” Maná, WEA Latina Records

  • “Amarte Es Un Placer” Luis Miguel, WEA Latina Records

  • “Llegar A Tí” Jaci Velásquez, Sony Discos

    Best Latin Rock/Alternative Performance

    (For Albums only. For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental. Compilation albums by various artists are not eligible.)

  • “Reves/Yo Soy” Cafe Tacvba, Warner Bros./WEA Latina Records

  • “Nectar” Enanitos Verdes, Universal Music Latino/Mercury Records

  • “La Marcha Del Golazo Solitario” Fabulosos Cadillacs, Ariola/BMG U.S. Latin

  • “Bajo El Azul De Tu Misterio” Jaguares, RCA/BMG U.S. Latin

  • “Resurrection” Chris Perez Band, Hollywood Records

    Best Traditional Tropical Latin Performance

    (For Albums only. For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental. Compilation albums by various artists are not eligible.)

  • “Late Night Sessions” Caravana Cubana, Dreamer Music

  • “Buena Vista Social Club Presents Ibrahim Ferrer” Ibrahim Ferrer, World Circuit/Nonesuch Records

  • “Songs From A Little Blue House” Juan-Carlos Formell, Wicklow Records/BMG Classics

  • “Sublime Ilusion” Eliades Ochoa, Higher Octave Music

  • “Mambo Birdland” Tito Puente, RMM Records

  • “El Amor De Mi Tierra” Carlos Vives, EMI Latin/Trident BV

    Best Salsa Performance

    (For Albums only. For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental. Compilation albums by various artists are not eligible.)

  • “La Formula Original” Oscar D’Leon, RMM Records

  • “Gotcha!” DLG (Dark Latin Groove), Sony Tropical Records

  • “Sola” India, RMM Records

  • “Llego…Van Van: Van Van Is Here” Los Van Van, Havana Caliente/Atlantic Records

  • “De Otra Manera” Jerry Rivera, Sony Tropical Records

    Best Merengue Performance

    (For Albums only. For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental. Compilation albums by various artists are not eligible.)

  • “Pintame” Elvis Crespo, Sony Tropical Records

  • “Atada” Gisselle, BMG U.S. Latin

  • “The Dynasty” Grupo Mania, Sony Tropical Records

  • “Encontré El Amor” Jailene, EMI Latin

  • “Lleno De Vida” Manny Manuel, RMM Records

    Best Mexican-American Performance

    (For Albums only. For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental. Compilation albums by various artists are not eligible.)

  • “Por El Amor De Siempre” Pepe Aguilar, Musart

  • “100 Años De Mariachi” Plácido Domingo, EMI Latin/Saragoza

  • “Mi Verdad” Alejandro Fernández, Sony Discos

  • “Vicente Fernandez Y Los Mas Grandes Exitos De Los Dandy’s” Vicente Fernandez, Sony Discos

  • “Momentos” La Mafia, Sony Discos

    Best Tejano Performance

    (For Albums only. For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental. Compilation albums by various artists are not eligible.)

  • “Contigo” Intocable, EMI Latin

  • “Jaime Y Los Chamacos” Jaime Y Los Chamacos, Freddie Records

  • “Mariposa” Jennifer Y Los Jetz, EMI Latin

  • “Por Eso Te Amo” Los Palominos, Sony Discos

  • “Amor, Familia Y Respeto…” A. B. Quintanilla Y Los Kumbia Kings, EMI Latin

    Best Traditional Blues Album

    (For Albums only. For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental.)

  • “Memphis Monday Morning” Bobby “Blue” Bland, Malaco Records

  • “A Good Day For The Blues” Ruth Brown, Bullseye Blues & Jazz

  • “Blues On The Bayou” B.B. King, MCA Records

  • “Blues Everywhere I Go” Odetta, M.C. Records

  • “Legends” Pinetop Perkins & Hubert Sumlin, Telarc Blues

    Best Contemporary Blues Album

    (For Albums only. For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental.)

  • “Live In Chicago” Luther Allison, Alligator Records

  • “Take Your Shoes Off” The Robert Cray Band, Rykodisc

  • “Wander This World” Jonny Lang, A&M Records

  • “Welcome To Little Milton” Little Milton, Malaco Records

  • “Continental Drifter” Charlie Musselwhite, Pointblank Records

    Best Traditional Folk Album

    (For Albums only. For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental.)

  • “Press On” June Carter Cash, Risk/Small Hairy Dog Records

  • “The Long Ride” Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Hightone Records

  • “Retrograss” David Grisman, John Hartford & Mike Seeger, Acoustic Disc

  • “Songs Of Mississippi John Hurt” Bill Morrissey, Philo Records

  • “Third Generation Blues” Doc & Richard Watson, Sugar Hill Records

    Best Contemporary Folk Album

    (For Albums only. For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental.)

  • “Cajunization” Beausoleil, Rhino Records

  • “Fellow Workers” Ani Difranco & Utah Phillips, Righteous Babe Records

  • “In Spite Of Ourselves” John Prine, Oh Boy Records

  • “Western Wall – The Tucson Sessions” Linda Ronstadt & Emmylou Harris, Asylum Records

  • “Mule Variations” Tom Waits, Anti/Epitaph Records

    Best Reggae Album

    (For Albums only. For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental.)

  • “Roots Revival” Aswad, Ark 21 Records

  • “The Doctor” Beenie Man, V.P. Records

  • “Calling Rastafari” Burning Spear, Heartbeat Records

  • “Living Legacy” Steel Pulse, Tuff Gong International Records

  • “Generation Coming” Third World, Gator Records

    Best World Music Album

    (For Albums only. For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental.)

  • “Volume 2: Release” Afro Celt Sound System, Real World Records

  • “Café Atlantico” Cesaria Evora, RCA Victor/BMG Classics

  • “Papa” Salif Keita, Metro Blue Records

  • “Niafunke” Ali Farka Toure, Hannibal Records

  • “Livro” Caetano Veloso, Nonesuch Records

    Best Polka Album

    (For Albums only. For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental.)

  • “Smokin’ Polkas” Eddie Blazonczyk’s Versatones, Bel-Aire Records

  • “Polkasonic” Brave Combo, Cleveland International Records

  • “Follow Me” John Góra & Górale, Sunshine Records

  • “Yearning For Polkas & Waltzes” Walter Ostanek, World Renowned Sounds

  • “Polkapalooza” Jimmy Sturr And His Orchestra, Rounder Records

    Best Musical Album For Children

    (For albums consisting of predominantly music or song vs. spoken word.)

  • “The Adventures Of Elmo In Grouchland” Various Artists, Andy Hill, producer, Sony Wonder

  • “A Bug’s Life Sing-Along” Various Artists, Ted Kryczko & Gary Powell, producers, Walt Disney Records

  • “Dreamosaurus” Dinorock, Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer, producers, Rounder Kids Records

  • “Ella Jenkins And A Union Of Friends Pulling Together” Ella Jenkins, Bernadelle Richter, producer, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

  • “John McCutcheon’s Four Seasons: Springsongs” John McCutcheon, Bob Dawson & John McCutcheon, producers, Rounder Kids Records

  • “Mannheim Steamroller Meets The Mouse” Mannheim Steamroller, Chip Davis, producer, Walt Disney Records/American Gramaphone

    Best Spoken Word Album for Children

    (For albums consisting of predominantly spoken word vs. music or song.)

  • “The Battle Of The Mad Scientists And Other Tales Of Survival” Bill Harley, Debbie Block & Bill Harley, producers, Round River Records

  • ” Life Read-Along” ayden Panettiere, Ted Kryczko & Randy Thornton, producers, Walt Disney Records

  • “Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone (J.K. Rowling)” Jim Dale, Kathy Hale, producer, Listening Library, Inc.

  • “Let’s Eat!” Sesame Street Muppets, Ed Mitchell, producer, Sony Wonder

  • “Listen To The Storyteller” Wynton Marsalis, Graham Greene & Kate Winslet, Steven Epstein & David Frost, producers, Sony Classical

    Best Spoken Word Album

    (Narrated/dramatized books include authors’ names in parentheses for identification.) Albums only.

  • “The Autobiography Of Martin Luther King, Jr.” LeVar Burton, Time Warner Audiobooks

  • “The Chieftains – The Authorized Biography (John Glatt)” Nanci Griffith, The Publishing Mills

  • “The Diaries Of Adam & Eve: Translated By Mark Twain” Betty Buckley & Mandy Patinkin With Walter Cronkite, Fair Oaks Audio

  • “Merle Haggard’s My House Of Memories – For The Record” (Merle Haggard With Tom Carter) Merle Haggard, Harper Audio

  • “‘Tis (Frank McCourt)” Frank McCourt, Simon and Schuster Audio

    Best Spoken Comedy Album

    (For spoken word comedy recordings. Albums only.)

  • “Bigger & Blacker” Chris Rock, DreamWorks Records

  • “How Paul Robeson Saved My Life — and Other Mostly Happy Stories” Carl Reiner, Dove Audio

  • “A Prairie Home Companion – 25th Anniversary Collection” Garrison Keillor, HighBridge Audio

  • “Stan & Judy’s Kid” Adam Sandler, Warner Bros. Records

  • “You Are All Diseased” George Carlin, Atlantic Records

    Best Musical Show Album

    (Award to the Album Producer(s), and to the Lyricist(s) & Composer(s) of 51% or more playing time of the album. (Artist names appear in parentheses.) Albums only.)

  • “Annie Get Your Gun” Stephen Ferrera & John McDaniel, producers; (Irving Berlin, lyricist & composer) (The New Broadway Cast Including Bernadette Peters & Tom Wopat), Angel Records

  • “Footloose” Tommy Krasker & Tom Snow, producers; (Dean Pitchford, lyricist; Tom Snow, composer) (Original Broadway Cast), Q Records

  • “Fosse” Jay David Saks, producer; (Various lyricists & composers) (Original Broadway Cast Starring Valarie Pettiford & Jane Lanier), RCA Victor

  • “Hedwig And The Angry Inch” Brad Wood, producer; Stephen Trask, lyricist & composer (Original Cast), Atlantic Records

  • “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” Andrew Lippa, producer; (Clark Gesner & Andrew Lippa, lyricists & composers) (The New Broadway Cast Starring Roger Bart, Kristin Chenowith, Ilana Levine & Stanley Wayne Mathis), RCA Victor

    Best Soundtrack Album

    (Award to the Artist(s) and/or Producer(s) of a majority of the tracks on the album, or to the individual(s) actively responsible for the concept and musical direction and for the selection of artists, songs and producers, as applicable. Albums only.)

  • “American Beauty – M/P” Various Artists, DreamWorks Records

  • “Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me – M/P” Various Artists, Maverick Records

  • “The Matrix – M/P” Various Artists, Maverick Records

  • “The Prince Of Egypt – M/P” Various Artists, DreamWorks Records

  • “Tarzan – M/P” Phil Collins, Walt Disney Records

    Best Instrumental Composition Written For A Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media.

    (Award to Composer(s) for an original composition (not an adaptation) written specifically for a motion picture, television or other visual media.)

  • “A Bug’s Life – M/P Score” Randy Newman, composer, Walt Disney Records

  • “Life Is Beautiful (La Vita È Bella) – M/P Score” Nicola Piovani, composer, Virgin Records America

  • “The Red Violin – M/P Score” John Corigliano, composer, Sony Classical

  • “Shakespeare In Love – M/P Score” Stephen Warbeck, composer, Sony Classical

  • “Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace – M/P Score” John Williams, composer, Sony Classical

    Best Song Written For A Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media.

    (A Songwriter(s) award. This category is for a song (melody & lyrics) written specifically for a motion picture, television or other visual media, and commercially released on a recording for the first time during the Eligibility Year. (Artist names appear in parentheses.) Singles or Tracks only.)

  • “Beautiful Stranger” (From Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me) Madonna & William Orbit, songwriters (Madonna), Maverick Recording Company

  • “Music Of My Heart” (From Music Of The Heart) Diane Warren, songwriter (‘N Sync & Gloria Estefan), Epic Records/Sony Music Soundtrax

  • “The Prince Of Egypt” (When You Believe) (From The Prince Of Egypt) Steven Schwartz & Babyface, songwriters (Mariah Carey & Whitney Houston), DreamWorks Records

  • “The Time Of Your Life (From A Bug’s Life)” Randy Newman, songwriter (Randy Newman), Walt Disney Records

  • “You’ll Be In My Heart (From Tarzan)” Phil Collins, songwriter (Phil Collins), Walt Disney Records

    Best Instrumental Composition

    A Composer’s Award for an original composition (not an adaptation) with or without lyrics, first released on a recording during the Eligibility Year. (Artist names appear in parentheses.) Singles or Tracks only.

  • “Dad’s Room” David Benoit, composer (David Benoit), Track from: Professional Dreamer, GRP Records

  • “El Farol” K.C. Porter & Carlos Santana, composers (Santana), Track from: Supernatural, Arista Records

  • “Joyful Noise Suite” Don Sebesky, composer (Don Sebesky), Track from: Joyful Noise: A Tribute To Duke Ellington, RCA Victor/BMG Classics

  • “Little Flamenco” Chick Corea, composer (Chick Corea & Origin), Track from: Change, Stretch/Concord Records

  • “Tropicana Nights” Paquito D’Rivera, composer (Paquito D’Rivera), Track from: Tropicana Nights, Chesky Records

    Best Instrumental Arrangement

    (Award to the Arranger. (Artist names appear in parentheses.) Singles or Tracks only.)

  • “Chelsea Bridge” Jorge Calandrelli, arranger (Tony Bennett & Wynton Marsalis) Track from: Bennett Sings Ellington – Hot & Cool, RPM Records/Columbia

  • “Chelsea Bridge” Don Sebesky, arranger (Don Sebesky), Track from: Joyful Noise: A Tribute To Duke Ellington, RCA Victor/BMG Classics

  • “Fiesta” Lalo Schifrin, arranger (Lalo Schifrin), Track from: Latin Jazz Suite, Aleph Records

  • “Pink Panther” Dori Caymmi & Tom Scott, arrangers (Dori Caymmi), Track from: Cinema: A Romantic Vision, Zebra Records

  • “Stella By Starlight – From The Uninvited” John Williams, arranger (Itzhak Perlman, John Williams & The Boston Pops Orchestra) Track from: Cinema Serenade 2: The Golden Age, Sony Classical

    Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s)

    (Award to the Arranger. (Artist names appear in parentheses.) Singles or Tracks only.)

  • “Day Dream” Jorge Calandrelli, arranger (Tony Bennett), Track from: Bennett Sings Ellington – Hot & Cool, RPM Records/Columbia

  • “In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning” Johnny Mandel, arranger (Barry Manilow) Track from: Manilow Sings Sinatra, Arista Records

  • “Livin’ La Vida Loca” Randy Cantor, arranger (Ricky Martin), Track from: Ricky Martin, C2/Columbia Records

  • “Lonely Town” Alan Broadbent, arranger (Charlie Haden Quartet West Featuring Shirley Horn) Track from: The Art Of The Song, Verve Records

  • “The Prayer” David Foster, arranger (Celine Dion & Andrea Bocelli) Track from: These Are Special Times, Epic/550

    Best Recording Package

  • “Bleecker Street – Greenwich Village In The 60’s” Carla Leighton, art director (Various Artists)

  • “Place Recordings” Late Night Sessions, Michael Hodgson, art director (Caravana Cubana), Dreamer Music

  • “Ride With Bob” Ray Benson & Buddy Jackson, art directors (Asleep At The Wheel), DreamWorks Records Nashville

  • “Ultra-Lounge: Tiki Sampler” Brad Benedict, Andy Engel, Johnny Lee & Tommy Steele, art directors (Various Artists), Capitol Records

  • “Vacancy” Joseph Arthur & Zachary Larner, art directors (Joseph Arthur), Undercover Records

    Best Boxed Recording Package

  • “The Blue Note Years – 60th Anniversary Box Set” Gordon H. Jee, art director (Various Artists), Blue Note Records

  • “The Complete Jazz At The Philharmonic On Verve 1944 – 1949” Giulio Turturro, art director (Various Artists), Verve Records

  • “Hot Rods & Custom Classics – Cruisin’ Songs & Highway Hits” James Austin, Hugh Brown & Julie Vlasak, art directors (Various Artists), Rhino Records

  • “John Coltrane – The Classic Quartet – Complete Impulse! Studio Recordings” Hollis King, art director (John Coltrane), Impulse! Records

  • “Miles Davis – The Complete Bitches Brew Sessions” Ron Jaramillo & Arnold Levine, art directors (Miles Davis), Columbia/Legacy Records

    Best Album Notes

  • “Hank Williams – Live At The Grand Ole Opry” Rick Bragg, album notes writer (Hank Williams), Mercury Records

  • “John Coltrane – The Classic Quartet – Complete Impulse! Studio Recordings” Bob Blumenthal, album notes writer (John Coltrane), Impulse! Records

  • “The Last Soul Company” Rob Bowman, album notes writer (Various Artists), Malaco Records

  • “Ray Charles – The Complete Country & Western Recordings (1959-1986)” Daniel Cooper, album notes writer (Ray Charles), Rhino Records

  • “Sony Music 100 Years: Soundtrack For A Century” Marc Kirkeby, album notes writer (Various Artists), Sony Music

    Best Historical Album

  • “The Complete Jazz At The Philharmonic On Verve 1944 – 1949” Michael Lang, Phil Schaap & Ben Young, compilation producers; Phil Schaap, mastering engineer (Various Artists), Verve Records

  • “The Duke Ellington Centennial Edition – The Complete RCA Victor Recordings (1927 – 1973)” Orrin Keepnews & Steven Lasker, compilation producers; Paul Brizzi, Dennis Ferrante & Steven Lasker, mastering engineers (Duke Ellington), RCA Victor/BMG Classics

  • “The Mahler Broadcasts 1948 – 1982” Sedgwick Clark, compilation producer; Jon M. Samuels & Seth B. Winner, mastering engineers (New York Philharmonic), New York Philharmonic Special Editions

  • “Ray Charles – The Complete Country & Western Recordings (1959-1986)” James Austin, Ray Charles, Terry Howard & Michael Johnson, compilation producers; Terry Howard & Doug Sax, mastering engineers (Ray Charles), Rhino Records

  • “Sony Music 100 Years: Soundtrack For A Century” Billy Altman, Steve Berkowitz, Mike Berniker, Michael Brooks, Mitchell Cohen, Lawrence Cohn, Didier C. Deutsch, Bruce Dickinson, Michelle Errante, Jeff Jones, Arthur Levy, Nedra Olds-Neal, Al Quaglieri, Leo Sacks, Phil Schaap, Tom Vickers & Warren Wernick, compilation producers; Chris Athens, Matt Cavaluzzo, Harry Coster, Ellen Fitton, Seth Foster, Andreas Meyer, Joseph M. Palmaccio, Darcy Proper, Ken Robertson, Tom “Curly” Ruff, Phil Schaap & Mark Wilder, mastering engineers (Various Artists), Sony Music

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