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1993 Grammy winners

RECORD OF THE YEAR

(This category is for commercially released singles. Award to the artist and the producer.)

“Tears in Heaven”– Eric Clapton; Russ Titelman, producer (Reprise)

ALBUM OF THE YEAR

(Award to the artist and to the album producer(s).)

“Unplugged”– Eric Clapton; Russ Titelman, album producer (Reprise)

SONG OF THE YEAR

(A songwriter award.)

“Tears in Heaven”– Eric Clapton, Will Jennings, songwriters (Reprise)

NEW ARTIST

(For an artist or organized group whose debut single or album was released during the eligibility year.)

Arrested Development

POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE,

FEMALE

“Constant Craving” (single) — k.d. lang (WB/Sire)

POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE, MALE

“Tears in Heaven” (single) — Eric Clapton (Reprise)

POP PERFORMANCE BY A DUO

OR GROUP WITH VOCAL

“Beauty and the Beast” (single) — Celine Dion & Peabo Bryson (Epic)

TRADITIONAL POP

VOCAL PERFORMANCE

“Perfectly Frank” (album) — Tony Bennett (Columbia)

POP INSTRUMENTAL

PERFORMANCE

“Beauty and the Beast” (track from “Symphonic Hollywood”) — Nurenberg Symphony Orchestra, Richard Kaufman, conductor (Varese Sarabande)

ROCK VOCAL PERFORMANCE,

FEMALE

“Ain’t It Heavy” (track from “Never Enough”) — Melissa Etheridge (Island)

ROCK VOCAL PERFORMANCE,

MALE

“Unplugged” (album) — Eric Clapton (Reprise)

ROCK PERFORMANCE BY A DUO

OR GROUP WITH VOCAL

“Achtung Baby” (album) — U2 (Island)

HARD ROCK PERFORMANCE

WITH VOCAL

“Give It Away” (single) — Red Hot Chili Peppers (Warner Bros.)

METAL PERFORMANCE

WITH VOCAL

“Wish” (track from “Broken”) — Nine Inch Nails (Interscope/Halo Five)

ROCK INSTRUMENTAL

PERFORMANCE

“Little Wing” (track from “The Sky Is Crying”) — Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble (Epic)

ROCK SONG

(A songwriter(s) award.)

“Layla”– Eric Clapton & Jim Gordon, songwriters (Reprise)

ALTERNATIVE MUSIC ALBUM

“Bone Machine” (album) — Tom Waits (Island)

R&B VOCAL

PERFORMANCE, FEMALE

“The Woman I Am” (album) — Chaka Khan (Warner Bros.)

R&B VOCAL

PERFORMANCE, MALE

“Heaven and Earth” (album) — Al Jarreau (Reprise)

R&B PERFORMANCE BY A

DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL

“End of the Road” (single) — Boyz II Men (Motown)

R&B INSTRUMENTAL

PERFORMANCE

“Doo-Bop” (album) — Miles Davis (Warner Bros.)

RHYTHM & BLUES SONG

(A songwriter(s) award. Artists’ names appear in parentheses.)

“End of the Road” (single) — L.A. Reid, Babyface & Daryl Simmons, songwriters (Boyz II Men) (Motown)

RAP SOLO PERFORMANCE

“Baby Got Back” (track from “Mack Daddy”) — Sir Mix-A-Lot (Def American/Rhyme Cartel)

RAP PERFORMANCE

BY A DUO OR GROUP

“Tennessee” (single) — Arrested Development (Chrysalis)

NEW AGE ALBUM

VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL

“Shepherd Moons” (album) — Enya (Reprise)

CONTEMPORARY JAZZ

PERFORMANCE, INSTRUMENTAL

“Secret Story” (album) — Pat Metheny (Geffen)

JAZZ VOCAL PERFORMANCE

“‘Round Midnight” (track from “Play”– McFerrin/C. Corea) — Bobby McFerrin (Blue Note)

JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL SOLO

“Lush Life” (track from “Lush Life — The Music of Billy Strayhorn”) — Joe Henderson (Verve)

JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL

PERFORMANCE,

INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP

“I Heard You Twice the First Time” (album) — Branford Marsalis (Columbia)

LARGE JAZZ ENSEMBLE

PERFORMANCE

“The Turning Point” (album) — McCoy Tyner Big Band (Verve)

COUNTRY VOCAL

PERFORMANCE, FEMALE

“I Feel Lucky” (single) — Mary-Chapin Carpenter (Columbia)

COUNTRY VOCAL

PERFORMANCE, MALE

“I Still Believe in You” (album) — Vince Gill (MCA)

COUNTRY PERFORMANCE BY A

DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL

“Emmylou Harris & the Nash Ramblers at the Ryman” (album) — Emmylou Harris & the Nash Ramblers (Reprise)

COUNTRY VOCAL

COLLABORATION

“The Whiskey Ain’t Workin’ ” (single) — Travis Tritt & Marty Stuart (Warner Bros.)

COUNTRY INSTRUMENTAL

PERFORMANCE

“Sneakin’ Around” (album) — Chet Atkins & Jerry Reed (Columbia)

BLUEGRASS ALBUM

(Vocal or instrumental)

“Every Time You Say Goodbye” (album) — Alison Krauss & Union Station (Rounder)

COUNTRY SONG

(A songwriter(s) award. Artists’ names appear in parentheses.)

“I Still Believe In You”– Vince Gill & John Barlow Jarvis, songwriters (Vince Gill) (MCA)

ROCK/CONTEMPORARY

GOSPEL ALBUM

(For solos, duos or groups)

“Unseen Power” (album) — Petra (Dayspring)

POP GOSPEL ALBUM

(For solos, duos or groups)

“The Great Adventure” (album) — Steven Curtis Chapman (Sparrow)

SOUTHERN GOSPEL ALBUM

(For solos, duos or groups)

“Sometimes Miracles Hide” (album) — Bruce Carroll (Word)

TRADITIONAL

SOUL GOSPEL ALBUM

(For solos, duos or groups)

“He’s Working It Out For You” (album) — Shirley Caesar (Word)

CONTEMPORARY

SOUL GOSPEL ALBUM

(For solos, duos or groups)

“Handel’s Messiah–A Soulful Celebration” (album) — (Various Artists); Mervyn Warren, producer (Reprise)

GOSPEL ALBUM BY A

CHOIR OR CHORUS

“Edwin Hawkins Music & Arts Seminar Mass Choir — Recorded Live in Los Angeles” (album) — Music & Arts Seminar Mass Choir; Edwin Hawkins, choir director (Fixit)

LATIN POP ALBUM

(Vocal or instrumental)

“Otro Dia Mas Sin Verte” (album) — Jon Secada (Capitol-EMI-Latin)

TROPICAL LATIN ALBUM

(Vocal or instrumental)

“Frenesi” (album) — Linda Ronstadt (Elektra Entertainment)

MEXICAN/AMERICAN ALBUM

(Vocal or instrumental)

“Mas Canciones” (album) — Linda Ronstadt (Elektra)

TRADITIONAL BLUES ALBUM

(Vocal or instrumental)

“Goin’ Back to New Orleans” (album) — Dr. John (Warner Bros.)

CONTEMPORARY BLUES ALBUM

“The Sky Is Crying” (album) — Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble (Epic)

TRADITIONAL FOLK ALBUM

(Vocal or instrumental)

“An Irish Evening Live at the Grand Opera House, Belfast With Roger Daltrey & Nanci Griffith” (album) — The Chieftains (RCA Victor)

CONTEMPORARY FOLK ALBUM

(Vocal or instrumental)

“Another Country” (album) — The Chieftains (RCA Victor)

REGGAE ALBUM

(Vocal or instrumental)

“X-tra Naked” (album) Shabba Ranks (Epic)

WORLD MUSIC ALBUM

(Vocal or instrumental)

“Brasileiro” (album) — Sergio Mendes (Elektra Entertainment)

POLKA ALBUM

(Vocal or instrumental)

“35th Anniversary” (album) — Walter Ostanek (World Renowned Sounds)

ALBUM FOR CHILDREN

“Beauty and the Beast-Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (album) — (Various) Alan Menken & Howard Ashman (Walt Disney)

COMEDY ALBUM

SPOKEN OR MUSICAL

“P.D.Q. Bach: Music For an Awful Lot of Winds & Percussion”– Prof. Peter Schickele (Telarc)

SPOKEN WORD OR

NON-MUSICAL ALBUM

(Names of authors of narrated/dramatized books appear in parentheses.)

“What You Can Do to Avoid AIDS” (Earvin “Magic” Johnson) — Earvin “Magic” Johnson and Robert O’Keefe (Random House AudioBooks)

MUSICAL SHOW ALBUM

(Award to the album producer and to lyricists and composers of more than 50% of the new score.)

“Guys and Dolls–The New Broadway Cast Recording” (new Broadway cast) — Jay David Saks, album producer; Frank Loesser, composer/lyricist (RCA Victor)

INSTRUMENTAL COMPOSITION

(A composer(s) award.)

“Harlem Renaissance Suite” (track from “Harlem Renaissance”) — Benny Carter, composer (Musicmasters)

INSTRUMENTAL COMPOSITION

WRITTEN FOR A MOTION

PICTURE OR FOR TELEVISION

(A composer(s) award.)

“Beauty and the Beast” (instrumental score portion of the album) — Alan Menken, composer (Walt Disney)

SONG WRITTEN FOR A

MOTION PICTURE OR

FOR TELEVISION

(A songwriter(s) award.)

“Beauty and the Beast” (“Beauty and the Beast”) (single) — Alan Menken & Howard Ashman, songwriters (Epic/Disney)

MUSICVIDEO–SHORT FORM

(For an individual track or single promotional clip. Awarded to the artist and to the video director/producer.)

“Digging in the Dirt”– Peter Gabriel; John Downer, video director & video line producer (Geffen)

MUSICVIDEO–LONG FORM

(For video album packages consisting of more than one song or track. Awarded to the artist and to the video director/producer.)

“Diva”– Annie Lennox; Sophie Muller, video director; Rob Small, video line producer (6 West Home video)

ARRANGEMENT ON

AN INSTRUMENTAL

(Award to the arranger.)

“Strike Up the Band” (track from “Brassy & Sassy”) — Rob McConnell, arranger (Concord Jazz)

INSTRUMENTAL ARRANGEMENT

ACCOMPANYING VOCAL(S)

(Award to the arranger.)

“Here’s to Life” (track from “Here’s to Life”) — Johnny Mandel, arranger (Verve Forecast)

ENGINEERED ALBUM

(NON-CLASSICAL)

(Award to the engineer(s).)

“Dangerous” (album) — Bruce Swedien & Teddy Riley, engineers (Epic)

PRODUCER OF THE YEAR

(NON-CLASSICAL) (tie)

Daniel Lanois & Brian Eno

L.A. Reid & Babyface

ALBUM PACKAGE

(Award to the art director.)

Melanie Nissen –“Spellbound” (Paula Abdul) (compact) (special package) (Capitol/Virgin)

ALBUM NOTES

(Award to the album notes writer.)

Dave Marsh, Jerry Wexler, David Ritz, Thulani Davis, Ahmet Ertegun, Tom Dowd & Arif Mardin –“Queen of Soul — The Atlantic Recordings” (Aretha Franklin) (Rhino)

CLASSICAL ALBUM

(Award to the artist(s) and to the album producer.)

“Mahler: Symphony No. 9” (Leonard Bernstein conducting the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra) — Horst Dittberner, producer (Deutsche Grammophon)

HISTORICAL ALBUM

(Award to the album producer(s).)

“The Complete Capitol Recordings of the Nat King Cole Trio” (Nat King Cole Trio)– Michael Cuscuna (Mosaic)

ORCHESTRAL PERFORMANCE

(Awards to the conductor and to the orchestra.)

“Mahler: Symphony No. 9”– Leonard Bernstein conducting Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (Deutsche Grammophon)

OPERA RECORDING

(Awards to the conductor, album producer and principal soloists.)

“R. Strauss: Die Frau Ohne Schatten”–Sir Georg Solti conducting Vienna Philharmonic; principal solos: Domingo, Varady, Van Dam, Behrens, Runkel, Jo; Christopher Raeburn, Morten Winding & Stephen Trainor, producers (London)

PERFORMANCE OF A

CHORAL WORK

(Award to the choral conductor, and to the orchestra conductor if an orchestra is on the recording and to the choral director or chorus master as applicable.)

“Orff: Carmina Burana”– Herbert Blomstedt conducting San Francisco Girls/Boys Chorus, SFS Chorus & San Francisco Symphony Orch. (Decca)

CLASSICAL PERFORMANCE

INSTRUMENTAL SOLOIST(S)

(WITH ORCHESTRA)

“Prokofiev: Sinfonia Concertante/Tchaikovsky: Variations on a Rococo Theme”– Yo-Yo Ma, cello (Lorin Maazel cond. Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra) (Sony Classical)

CLASSICAL PERFORMANCE

INSTRUMENTAL SOLOIST

(WITHOUT ORCHESTRA)

“Horowitz–Discovered Treasures” (Chopin, Clementi, Liszt, Scarlatti, Scriabin) — Vladimir Horowitz, piano (Sony Classical)

CHAMBER MUSIC PERFORMANCE

“Brahms: Sonatas for Cello & Piano”– Yo-Yo Ma, cello; Emanuel Ax, piano (Sony Classical)

CLASSICAL VOCAL PERFORMANCE

“Kathleen Battle at Carnegie Hall” (Handel, Mozart, Liszt, Strauss, Charpentier, etc.) — Kathleen Battle, soprano (Margo Garrett, accompanist) (Deutsche Grammophon)

CONTEMPORARY COMPOSITION

(A composer’s award for a classical composition, premiered within the last 25 years, and released on a recording for the first time during the eligibility year.)

“Barber: The Lovers”– Samuel Barber, composer (Koch Intl.)

ENGINEERED RECORDING,

CLASSICAL

“R. Strauss: Die Frau Ohne Schatten”– James Lock, John Pellowe, Jonathan Stokes, Philip Siney, engineers (London)

CLASSICAL PRODUCER

OF THE YEAR

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