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Grammy Nominations I

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Nominations list for the 40th annual Grammy awards. For recordings released during the eligibility year Oct. 1, 1996, through Sept. 30, 1997. More or less than five nominations in a category are as a result of ties.

RECORD OF THE YEAR

(For a commercially released single, or track from a current year’s album.)

“Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?” — Paula Cole; Cole, producer (from “This Fire”) (Warner Bros.)

“Sunny Came Home” — Shawn Colvin; John Leventhal, producer (from “A Few Small Repairs”) (Columbia)

“Everyday Is a Winding Road” — Sheryl Crow; Crow, producer (from “Sheryl Crow”) (A&M)

“MMMBop” — Hanson; The Dust Brothers, producers (from “Middle of Nowhere”) (Mercury)

“I Believe I Can Fly” — R. Kelly; Kelly, producer (from “Space Jam — Soundtrack”) (Jive/Atlantic/Warner Sunset)

ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Popular on Variety

(Award to the artist(s), and to the album producer(s) if other than the artist.)

“The Day” — Babyface; Babyface, producer (Epic)

“This Fire” — Paula Cole; Cole, producer (Warner Bros.)

“Time Out of Mind” — Bob Dylan; Daniel Lanois, producer (Columbia)

“Flaming Pie” — Paul McCartney; Jeff Lynne, George Martin & McCartney, producers (Capitol)

“OK Computer” — Radiohead; Nigel Godrich & Radiohead, producers (Capitol)

SONG OF THE YEAR

(Songwriter(s) award. A song is eligible if it was first released or if it first achieved prominence during the eligibility year. Artists’ names appear in parenthe-sis. Singles or tracks only.)

“Don’t Speak” — Eric Stefani & Gwen Stefani, songwriters (No Doubt) (track from “Tragic Kingdom,” Trauma/Interscope Records)

“How Do I Live” — Diane Warren, songwriter (LeAnn Rimes, Curb) and (Trisha Yearwood, MCA /Nashville)

“I Believe I Can Fly” — R. Kelly, songwriter (R. Kelly) (track from “Space Jam — Soundtrack,” Jive/Atlantic/Warner Sunset)

“Sunny Came Home” — Shawn Colvin & John Leventhal, songwriters (Colvin) (track from “A Few Small Repairs,” Columbia)

“Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?” — Paula Cole, songwriter (Paula Cole) (track from “This Fire,” Warner Bros.)

BEST NEW ARTIST

(For a new artist who releases, during the eligibility year, the first recording which establishes the public identity of that artist.)

Fiona Apple

Erykah Badu

Paula Cole

Puff Daddy

Hanson

FEMALE POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE

(Singles or tracks only.)

“Butterfly” — Mariah Carey (track from “Butterfly”) (Columbia )

“Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?” — Paula Cole (track from “This Fire”) (Warner Bros.)

“Sunny Came Home” — Shawn Colvin (track from “A Few Small Repairs”) (Columbia)

“Foolish Games” — Jewel (track from “Batman & Robin — Music From & Inspired by the Motion Picture”) (Warner Bros./Sunset)

“Building a Mystery” — Sarah McLachlan (track from “Surfacing”) (Arista )

MALE POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE

(Singles or tracks only.)

“Every Time I Close My Eyes” — Babyface (track from “The Day”) (Epic)

“Candle in the Wind 1997” — Elton John (Rocket)

“Whenever Wherever Whatever” — Maxwell (track from “MTV Unplugged”) (Columbia)

“Fly Like an Eagle” — Seal (track from “Space Jam: Music From and Inspired by the Motion Picture”) (Warner Sunset/Atlantic)

“Barely Breathing” — Duncan Sheik (track from “Duncan Sheik”) (Atlantic)

POP PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL

(For established duos or groups. Singles or tracks only.)

“Silver Springs” — Fleetwood Mac (track from “The Dance”) (Reprise)

“MMMBop” — Hanson (track from “Middle of Nowhere”) (Mercury)

“Virtual Insanity” — Jamiroquai (track from “Travelling Without Moving”) (The WORK Group)

“Don’t Speak” — No Doubt (track from “Tragic Kingdom”) (Trauma/Interscope)

“Anybody Seen My Baby?” — the Rolling Stones (track from “Bridges To Babylon”) (Virgin America)

POP COLLABORATION WITH VOCALS

(For a collaborative performance by artists who do not normally perform together. Singles or tracks only.)

“How Come, How Long” — Babyface & Stevie Wonder (track from “The Day”) (Epic)

“God Bless The Child” — Tony Bennett (with Billie Holiday) (track from “Tony Bennett On Holiday”) (Columbia)

“Don’t Look Back” — John Lee Hooker with Van Morrison (track from “Don’t Look Back”) (Pointblank/Virgin America)

“I Finally Found Someone” — Barbra Streisand & Bryan Adams (track from “The Mirror Has Two Faces”) (Columbia)

“Tell Him” — Barbra Streisand & Celine Dion (550 Music)

POP INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE

(For instrumental recordings, with or without vocal coloring, by an orchestra, group or soloist. Singles or tracks only.)

“Song for My Brother” — George Benson (track from “That’s Right”) (Giant Step/GRP)

“An Gaoth Aneas” — The Chieftains (track from “Carnival!”) (RCA Victor)

“Havana” — Kenny G (track from “The Moment”) (Arista )

“Last Dance” — Sarah McLachlan (track from “Surfacing”) (Arista)

“Soulful Strut” — Grover Washington Jr. (track from “Soulful Strut”) (Columbia)

DANCE RECORDING

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

“Da Funk” — Daft Punk (track from “Homework”) (Virgin America)

“Ooh Aah … Just a Little Bit” — Gina G (track from “Fresh!”) (Eternal/Warner Bros.)

“To Step Aside” — Pet Shop Boys (track from “Bilingual”) (Atlantic)

“Space Jam” — Quad City Djs (track from “Space Jam: Music From and Inspired by the Motion Picture”) (Warner Sunset/Atlantic)

“Carry On” — Donna Summer & Giorgio Moroder (track from “NRG Unlimited 1”) (Interhit)

POP ALBUM

(For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental. Compilation albums by various artists are not eligible. Award to artist and to the producer(s) of 51% or more playing time of album.)

“This Fire” — Paula Cole; Cole, producer (Warner Bros.)

“The Dance” — Fleetwood Mac; Lindsey Buckingham & Elliot Scheiner, producers (Reprise)

“Travelling Without Moving” — Jamiroquai; Jay Kay & Al Stone, producers (The WORK Group)

“Surfacing” — Sarah McLachlan; Pierre Marchand, producer (Arista)

“Hourglass” — James Taylor; Frank Filipetti & Taylor, producers (Columbia)

TRADITIONAL POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE

(For solo vocals, or duos/groups with vocals. Albums only.)

“Julie Andrews Broadway/Here I’ll Stay” — Julie Andrews (Philips)

“Tony Bennett on Holiday” — Tony Bennett (Columbia)

“Mothers & Daughters” — Rosemary Clooney (Concord Jazz)

“Sondheim, Etc. — Live at Carnegie Hall” — Bernadette Peters (Angel)

“Film Noir” — Carly Simon (Arista)

FEMALE ROCK VOCAL PERFORMANCE

(Singles or tracks only.)

“Criminal” — Fiona Apple (track from “Tidal”) (The WORK Group)

“Bitch” — Meredith Brooks (track from “Blurring the Edges”) (Capitol)

“Shy” — Ani Difranco (track from “Living in Clip”) (Righteous Babe)

“Four Leaf Clover” — Abra Moore (track from “Strangest Places”) (Arista Austin)

“1959” — Patti Smith (track from “Peace and Noise” (Arista)

MALE ROCK VOCAL PERFORMANCE

(Singles or tracks only.)

“Dead Man Walking” — David Bowie (track from “Earthling”) (Virgin America)

“Cold Irons Bound” — Bob Dylan (track from “Time Out of Mind”) (Columbia)

“Blueboy” — John Fogerty (track from “Blue Moon Swamp”) (Warner Bros.)

“Just Another Day” — John Mellencamp (track from “Mr. Happy Go Lucky”) (Mercury)

“Thunder Road” — Bruce Springsteen (track from “In Concert MTV Plugged”) (Columbia)

ROCK PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL

(Singles or tracks only.)

“Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees)” — Aerosmith (track from “Nine Lives” (Columbia)

“The Chain” — Fleetwood Mac (track from “The Dance”) (Reprise)

“Push” — matchbox 20 (track from “Yourself or Someone Like You”) (Lava/Atlantic)

“Crash Into Me” — Dave Matthews Band (track from “Crash”) (RCA)

“One Headlight” — the Wallflowers (track from “Bringing Down the Horse”) (Interscope)

HARD ROCK PERFORMANCE

(For solo vocals, or duos/groups with vocals. Singles or tracks only.)

“Swallowed” — Bush (track from “Razorblade Suitcase”) (Trauma/Interscope)

“Monkey Wrench” — Foo Fighters (track from “The Colour and the Shape”) (Roswell/Capitol)

“The Perfect Drug” — Nine Inch Nails (track from “Lost Highway — Soundtrack”) (Nothing/Interscope)

“People of the Sun” — Rage Against the Machine (track from “Evil Empire”) (Epic)

“The End is the Beginning is the End” — Smashing Pumpkins (track from “Batman & Robin — Music From & Inspired by the Motion Picture”) (Warner Bros./Sunset)

METAL PERFORMANCE

(For solo vocals, or duos/groups with vocals. Singles or tracks only.)

“Drowning in a Daydream — Corrosion of Conformity” (track from “Wiseblood”) (Columbia)

“No Place to Hide” — Korn (track from “Life Is Peachy”) (Immortal/Epic)

“Trust” — Megadeth (track from “Cryptic Writings”) (Capitol)

“Cemetery Gates” — Pantera (track from “Official Live: 101 Proof”) (EastWest /EEG)

“Aenema” — Tool (track from “Aenima”) (Zoo Entertainment/Volcano Recordings)

ROCK INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE

(Includes rock, hard rock and metal instrumentals. Singles or tracks only.)

“Block Rockin’ Beats” — The Chemical Brothers (track from “Dig Your Own Hole”) (Astralwerks)

“In the Beginning” — Robben Ford (track from “Tiger Walk”) (Blue Thumb)

“S.R.V.” — Eric Johnson (track from “Venus Isle”) (Capitol)

“Summer Song” — Joe Satriani (track from “G3 — Live in Concert”) (Epic)

“For the Love of God” — Steve Vai (track from “G3 — Live in Concert”) (Epic)

ROCK SONG

(A songwriter(s) award. Includes rock, hard rock & metal songs. Artists’ names appear in parenthesis. Singles or tracks only.)

“Bitch” — Meredith Brooks & Shelly Peiken, songwriters (Brooks) (track from “Blurring The Edges,” Capitol)

“Crash Into Me” — David Matthews, songwriter (Dave Matthews Band) (track from “Crash,” RCA)

“Criminal” — Fiona Apple, songwriter (Apple) (track from “Tidal,” The WORK Group)

“The Difference” — Jakob Dylan, songwriter (the Wallflowers) (track from “Bringing Down the Horse,” Interscope)

“One Headlight” — Jakob Dylan, songwriter (the Wallflowers) (track from “Bringing Down the Horse,” Interscope Records)

ROCK ALBUM

(For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental. Includes hard rock and metal. Compilation albums by various artists are not eligible. Award to artist and to the producer(s) of 51% or more playing time of album.)

“Nine Lives” — Aerosmith; Kevin Shirley, producer (Columbia)

“Blue Moon Swamp” — John Fogerty; Fogerty, producer (Warner Bros.)

“The Colour and the Shape” — Foo Fighters; Gil Norton, producer (Roswell/Capitol)

“Bridges to Babylon” — the Rolling Stones; The Glimmer Twins & Don Was, producers (Virgin America)

“Pop” — U2; Flood, producer (Island)

ALTERNATIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCE

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

“Homogenic” — Bjork (Elektra/EEG)

“Earthling” — David Bowie (Virgin America)

“Dig Your Own Hole” — The Chemical Brothers (Astralwerks)

“The Fat of the Land” — Prodigy (Maverick/Warner Bros.)

“OK Computer” — Radiohead (Capitol)

FEMALE R&B VOCAL PERFORMANCE

(Singles or tracks only.)

“On & On” — Erykah Badu (track from “Baduizm”) (Kedar/Universal )

“Honey” — Mariah Carey (track from “Butterfly”) (Columbia)

“I Believe In You And Me” — Whitney Houston (track from “The Preacher’s Wife” soundtrack) (Arista)

“Summertime” — Chaka Khan (track from “Porgy and Bess” by Joe Henderson) (Verve)

“When You Talk About Love” — Patti LaBelle (track from “Flame”) (MCA)

MALE R&B VOCAL PERFORMANCE

(Singles or tracks only.)

“I Believe I Can Fly” — R. Kelly (track from “Space Jam” soundtrack) (Jive/Atlantic/Warner Sunset)

“For You” — Kenny Lattimore (track from “Kenny Lattimore”) (Columbia)

“Back To Living Again” — Curtis Mayfield (track from “New World Order”) (Warner Bros.)

“You Make Me Wanna” — Usher (track from “My Way”) (LaFace)

“When You Call On Me/Baby That’s When I Come Runnin’ ” –Luther Vandross (track from “One Night With You – The Best of Love Vol. 2”) (LV/Epic)

R&B PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL

(Singles or tracks only.)

“Hard To Say I’m Sorry (Remix)” — Az Yet Featuring Peter Cetera (track from “Az Yet”) (LaFace)

“No Diggity” — Blackstreet (track from “Another Level”) (Interscope)

“A Song For Mama” — Boyz II Men (track from “Soul Food” soundtrack) (Various Artists) (LaFace)

“Stomp” — God’s Property Featuring Kirk Franklin & “Salt” (track from “God’s Property From Kirk Franklin’s Nu Nation”) (B-Rite Music)

“You Don’t Have To Be Afraid” — Take 6 (track from “Brothers”) (Warner-Alliance)

R&B SONG

(A songwriter(s) award. Artists’ names appear in parenthesis. Singles or tracks only.)

“Honey” — Mariah Carey, Sean “Puffy” Combs, K. Fareed, S. Hague, S. Jordan, R. Larkins, M. McLaren, L. Price & B. Robinson, songwriters (Carey) (track from “Butterfly,” Columbia)

“I Believe I Can Fly” — R. Kelly, songwriter (Kelly) (track from “Space Jam” soundtrack, (Jive/Atlantic/Warner Sunset)

“No Diggity” — Dr. Dre, C. Hannibal, Teddy Riley, William “Skylz” Stewart & L. Walters, songwriters (Blackstreet) (track from “Another Level,” Interscope)

“On & On” — Erykah Badu & JaBorne Jamal, songwriters (Badu) (track from “Baduizm,” Kedar/Universal)

“Stomp” — George Clinton Jr., Kirk Franklin, Walter Morrison & Garry M. Shider, songwriters (God’s Property Featuring Kirk Franklin & “Salt”) (track from “God’s Property From Kirk Franklin’s Nu Nation,” B-Rite Music)

R&B ALBUM

(For solo artists, duos/groups, vocal or instrumental. Compilation albums of various artists are not eligible. Award to artist and to the producer(s) of 51% or more playing time of album.)

“The Day” — Babyface; Babyface, producer (Epic)

“Baduizm” — Erykah Badu; (Kedar/Universal)

“Share My World” — Mary J. Blige (MCA)

“Evolution” — Boyz II Men; Boyz II Men, producers (Motown)

“The Preacher’s Wife – Soundtrack” — Whitney Houston; Houston & Mervyn Warren, producers (Arista)

“Flame” — Patti LaBelle; (MCA)

RAP SOLO PERFORMANCE

(Singles or tracks only.)

“Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See” — Busta Rhymes (track from “When Disaster Strikes…”) (Elektra/EEG)

“The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)” — Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliot (track from “Supa Dupa Fly”) (EastWest/EEG)

“Ain’t Nobody” — LL Cool J (track from “Beavis & Butthead Do America”) (Geffen)

“Hypnotize” — The Notorious B.I.G. (track from “Life After Death”) (Bad Boy)

“Men In Black” — Will Smith (track from “Men In Black – The Album – Soundtrack”) (Various Artists) (Columbia/Sony Music Soundtrax)

RAP PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP

(Singles or tracks only.)

“I’ll Be Missing You” — Puff Daddy & Faith Evans Featuring 112 (track from “Tribute To Notorious B.I.G.”) (Various Artists) (Bad Boy Records)

“Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” — Puff Daddy Featuring Mase (track from “No Way Out”) (Bad Boy Records)

“Guantanamera” — Wyclef Jean featuring Celia Cruz & Jeni Fujita (track from “Wyclef Jean Presents The Carnival”) (Ruffhouse/Columbia)

“Not Tonight” — Lil’ Kim featuring Da Brat, Left Eye, Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott & Angie Martinez (track from “Hard Core”) (Undeas/Big Beat/Atlantic)

“Mo Money Mo Problems” — the Notorious B.I.G. featuring Mase & Puff Daddy (track from “Life After Death”) (Bad Boy)

RAP ALBUM

(For solo artists, duos or groups. Compilation albums of various artists are not eligible. Award to artist and to the producer(s) of 51% or more playing time of album.)

“No Way Out” — Puff Daddy & the Family; Sean “Puffy” Combs & Stevie J., producers (Bad Boy)

“Supa Dupa Fly” — Missy “Misdemeanor”; Elliott Timbaland, producer (EastWest/EEG)

“Wyclef Jean Presents The Carnival” — Wyclef Jean (featuring Refugee Allstars); Jerry “Te Bass” Duplessis & Jean, producers (Ruffhouse/Columbia)

“Life After Death” — the Notorious B.I.G.; Sean “Puffy” Combs & Stevie J., producers (Bad Boy)

“Wu-Tang Forever” — Wu-Tang Clan; the RZA, producer (Loud/RCA)

FEMALE COUNTRY VOCAL PERFORMANCE

(Singles or tracks only.)

“Did I Shave My Legs For This?” — Deana Carter (track from “Did I Shave My Legs For This?”) (Capitol Nashville)

“The Trouble With The Truth” — Patty Loveless (track from “The Trouble With The Truth”) (Epic Nashville)

“How Do I Live” — LeAnn Rimes (Curb)

“All The Good Ones Are Gone” — Pam Tillis (track from “Greatest Hits”) (Arista Nashville)

“How Do I Live” — Trisha Yearwood (track from “Songbook: A Collection Of Hits”) (MCA Nashville)

MALE COUNTRY VOCAL PERFORMANCE

(Singles or tracks only.)

“Something That We Do” — Clint Black (track from “Nothin’ but the Taillights”) (RCA)

“Rusty Cage — Johnny Cash (track from “Unchained”) (American)

“Pretty Little Adriana” — Vince Gill (track from “High Lonesome Sound”) (MCA Nashville)

“Peach Pickin’ Time Down in Georgia” — Willie Nelson (track from “The Songs Of Jimmie Rodgers — a Tribute”) (Various Artists) (Columbia)

“Carrying Your Love With Me” — George Strait (track from “Carrying Your Love With Me”) (MCA Nashville)

COUNTRY PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL

(For established duos or groups. Singles or tracks only.)

“Dancin’, Shaggin’ On The Boulevard” — Alabama (track from “Dancin’ on the Boulevard”) (RCA)

“How Your Love Makes Me Feel” — Diamond Rio (track from “Greatest Hits”) (Arista Nashville)

“Please” — The Kinleys (track from “Just Between You and Me”) (Epic Nashville)

“Looking in the Eyes of Love” — Alison Krauss & Union Station (track from “So Long So Wrong”) (Rounder )

“I Don’t Care (If you Love me Anymore)” the Mavericks (MCA)

COUNTRY COLLABORATION WITH VOCALS

(For a collaborative performance by artists who do not normally perform together. Singles or tracks only.)

“Still Holding On” — Clint Black & Martina McBride (track from “Nothin’ but the Taillights”) (RCA)

“I’m so Happy I Can’t Stop Crying” — Toby Keith with Sting (track from “Dream Walkin’ “) (Mercury Nashville)

“You Don’t Seem to Miss Me” — Patty Loveless with George Jones (track from “Long Stretch Of Lonesome”) (Epic Nashville)

“It’s Your Love” — Tim McGraw with Faith Hill (track from “Everywhere”) (Curb Records)

“In Another’s Eyes” — Trisha Yearwood & Garth Brooks (track from “Songbook: A Collection Of Hits”) (MCA Nashville)

COUNTRY INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE

(For instrumental recordings, with or without vocal coloring, by an Orchestra, Group or Soloist. Singles or Tracks only.)

“Fat Boy Rag” — Asleep at the Wheel (track from “Back to the Future Now – Live At Arizona Charlie’s Las Vegas”) (Epic/Lucky Dog)

“Smokey Mountain Lullaby” — Chet Atkins with Tommy Emmanuel (track from “The Day Finger Pickers Took Over the World”) (Columbia Nashville)

“Little Liza Jane” — Alison Krauss & Union Station (track from “So Long So Wrong”) (Rounder )

“Goin’ Back to Memphis” — Scotty Moore, D.J. Fontana & Bill Black Combo (track from “All the King’s Men”) (Sweetfish)

“Mama, Screw Your Wig on Tight” — Lee Roy Parnell (track from “Every Night’s a Saturday Night”) (Career)

COUNTRY SONG

(A songwriter(s) award. Artists’ names appear in parenthesis. Singles or tracks only.)

“All the Good Ones are Gone” — Dean Dillon & Bob McDill, songwriters (Pam Tillis) (track from “Greatest Hits”) (Arista Nashville)

“Butterfly Kisses” — Bob Carlisle & Randy Thomas, songwriters (Carlisle) and (Jeff Carson) and (Raybon Bros.) (Curb/Diadem Music Group/MCA Nashville)

“Did I Shave My Legs For This?” — Deana Carter & Rhonda Hart, songwriters (Deana Carter) (track from “Did I Shave My Legs For This?”) (Capitol Nashville)

“In Another’s Eyes” — Garth Brooks, John Peppard & Bobby Wood, songwriters (Trisha Yearwood & Brooks) (track from “Songbook: A Collection Of Hits”) (MCA Nashville)

“It’s Your Love” — Stephony Smith, songwriter (Tim McGraw with Faith Hill) (track from “Everywhere”) (Curb)

COUNTRY ALBUM

(For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental. Compilation albums by various artists are not eligible. Award to Artist and to the Producer(s) of 51% or more playing time of album.)

“Unchained” — Johnny Cash; Rick Rubin, producer (American)

“Everything I Love” — Alan Jackson; Keith Stegall, producer (Arista Nashville)

“Long Stretch Of Lonesome” — Patty Loveless; Emory Gordy Jr., producer (Epic Nashville)

“Carrying Your Love With Me” — George Strait; Tony Brown & Strait, producers (MCA Nashville)

“Under The Covers” — Dwight Yoakam; Pete Anderson, producer (Warner/Reprise Nashville)

BLUEGRASS ALBUM

(For solos, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental.)

“Sales Tax Toddle” — Richard Greene & The Grass Is Greener (Rebel)

“So Long So Wrong” — Alison Krauss & Union Station (Rounder)

“Silver And Gold” — Claire Lynch (Rounder)

“Age Of Innocence” — Kate MacKenzie (Red House)

“Short Life Of Trouble” –Ralph Stanley (Rebel)

NEW AGE ALBUM

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

“Le Roi Est Mort, Vive Le Roi!” — Enigma (Virgin America)

“Oracle” — Michael Hedges (Windham Hill)

“Voyager” — Mike Oldfield (Reprise)

“Oceanic” — Vangelis (EastWest)

“Canyon Lullaby” — Paul Winter (Living Music)

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