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Grammy Nominations List – Page 1

More or fewer than 5 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.)

“The Boy Is Mine”– Brandy & Monica; Dallas Austin, Brandy, Rodney Jerkins (producers, album”Never Say Never,” Atlantic); Leslie Brathwalte, Ben Garrison, Rodney Jerkins (producers, “The Boy Is Mine,” Arista)

“My Heart Will Go On” — Celine Dion; Walter Afanasieff, James Horner, producers; (from “Let’s Talk About Love”) (from “Titanic”) (550 Music/Sony Classical)

“Iris” — Goo Goo Dolls; Rob Cavallo, Goo Goo Dolls, producers; (from “City Of Angels”) (Warner Sunset/Reprise Records)

“Ray Of Light” — Madonna; Madonna & William Orbit, producers; (from “Ray Of Light”) (Maverick/Warner Bros. Records)

“You’re Still The One” — Shania Twain & Robert John “Mutt” Lange, producer; (from “Come On Over”) (Mercury Records Nashville”

Album of the Year

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

“The Globe Sessions” — Sheryl Crow; Sheryl Crow, producer (A&M Records)

“Version 2.0” — Garbage; Garbage, producer (Almo Sounds)

“The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill” — Lauryn Hill; Lauryn Hill, producer (Ruffhouse/Columbia Records)

“Ray Of Light” — Madonna; (Maverick/Warner Bros. Records)

“Come On Over” — Shania Twain; Robert John “Mutt” Lange, producer (Mercury Records Nashville)

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 parenthesis. Singles or Tracks only.)

“I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” — Diane Warren, songwriter (Aerosmith) (track from “Armageddon” (Columbia/Sony Music Soundtrax)

“Iris” — John Rzeznik, songwriter (Goo Goo Dolls) (track from “City Of Angels — Music From The Motion Picture”) (Warner Sunset/Reprise Records)

“Lean On Me” — Kirk Franklin, songwriter (Kirk Franklin, Mary J. Blige, R. Kelly, Bono, Crystal Lewis & The Family) (track from “The Nu Nation Project,” Gospo Centric/Interscope Records)

“My Heart Will Go On” — James Horner & Will Jennings, songwriters (Celine Dion) (track from “Let’s Talk About Love and Titanic – Music From The Motion Picture”) (550 Music/Sony Classical)

“You’re Still The One” — Robert John “Mutt” Lange & Shania Twain, songwriters (Shania Twain) (track from “Come On Over,” Mercury Records Nashville)

Best New Artist

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

Backstreet Boys

Andrea Bocelli

Dixie Chicks

Lauryn Hill

Natalie Imbruglia

Female Pop Vocal Performance

(Singles or Tracks only.)

“My Favorite Mistake” — Sheryl Crow (track from “The Globe Sessions” (A&M Records)

“My Heart Will Go On” — Celine Dion (track from “Let’s Talk About Love” and “Titanic — Music From & Inspired by the Motion Picture”) (550 Music/Sony Classical)

“Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You” — Lauryn Hill (track from “The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill”) (Ruffhouse/Columbia Records)

“Torn” — Natalie Imbruglia (track from “Left Of The Middle”) (RCA Records)

“Adia” — Sarah McLachlan (track from “Surfacing”) (Arista Records)

Male Pop Vocal Performance

(Singles or Tracks only.)

“Save Tonight” — Eagle-Eye Cherry (track from “Desireless”) (The WORK Group)

“My Father’s Eyes” — Eric Clapton (track from “Pilgrim” (Reprise Records)

“Anytime” — Brian McKnight (track from “Anytime”) (Motown Records)

“Lullaby” — Shawn Mullins (track from “Soul’s Core”) (Columbia Records)

“You Were Meant For Me” — Sting (track from “The Object Of My Affection” soundtrack (Pangaea Records)

Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal

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

“I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” — Aerosmith (track from “Armageddon”) (Columbia/Sony Music Soundtrax)

“One Week” — Barenaked Ladies (track from “Stunt”) (Reprise Records)

“Iris” — Goo Goo Dolls (track from “City Of Angels”) (Warner Sunset/Reprise Records)

“Crush” — Dave Matthews Band (track from “Before These Crowded Streets” (RCA Records)

“Jump Jive An’ Wail” — The Brian Setzer Orchestra (track from “The Dirty Boogie”) (Interscope Records)

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 “MTV Unplugged NYC 1997”) (Babyface) (Epic Records)

“Kisses Sweeter Than Wine” — Jackson Browne & Bonnie Raitt (track from “Where Have All The Flowers Gone – The Songs Of Pete Seeger” (Appleseed Recordings)

“I Still Have That Other Girl” — Elvis Costello & Burt Bacharach (track from “Painted From Memory”) (Mercury Records)

“I’m Your Angel” — R. Kelly & Celine Dion (track from “R.”) (Jive Records)

“Shenandoah” — Van Morrison & The Chieftains (track from “Long Journey Home”) (Wicklow Records)

Pop Instrumental Performance

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

“The X-Files Theme” — The Dust Brothers (track from “The X-Files – The Album” (Elektra Records/EEG)

“Big Country” — Bela Fleck And The Flecktones (track from “Left Of Cool” (Warner Bros. Records)

“My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme From Titanic)” –Kenny G (Arista Records)

“Follow Me” — Pat Metheny Group (track from “Imaginary Day”) (Warner Bros. Records)

“Sleepwalk” — The Brian Setzer Orchestra (track from “The Dirty Boogie” (Interscope Records)

Dance Recording

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

“When Will You Learn” — Boy George (track from “Winter Party 1998”) (Centaur Entertainment)

“Around The World” — Daft Punk (track from “Homework”) (Virgin Records America)

“Heaven’s What I Feel” — Gloria Estefan (track from “Gloria!”) (Epic Records)

“Disco Inferno” — Cyndi Lauper (track from “A Night At The Roxbury” — Soundtrack) (DreamWorks Records)

“Ray Of Light” — Madonna (track from “Ray Of Light”) (Maverick/Warner Bros. Records)

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.)

“Pilgrim” — Eric Clapton; Eric Clapton & Simon Climie, producers (Reprise Records)

“Let’s Talk About Love” — Celine Dion; (550 Music/Epic Records)

“Left Of The Middle” — Natalie Imbruglia; (RCA Records)

“Ray Of Light” — Madonna; Madonna & William Orbit, producers (Maverick/Warner Bros. Records)

“The Dirty Boogie” — The Brian Setzer Orchestra; Peter Collins, producer (Interscope Records)

Traditional Pop Vocal Performance

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

“The Birthday Concert” — Shirley Bassey (DRG Records)

“Michael & George: Feinstein Sings Gershwin” — Michael Feinstein (Concord Jazz)

“Jack Jones Paints A Tribute To Tony Bennett” — Jack Jones (Honest Entertainment)

“The Pleasure Of His Company” — Maureen McGovern (Sterling Records)

“Live At Carnegie Hall – The 50th Anniversary Concert” — Patti Page (DRG Records)

Female Rock Vocal Performance

Singles or Tracks only.

“Raspberry Swirl” — Tori Amos (track from “From The Choirgirl Hotel”) (Atlantic Records)

“There Goes The Neighborhood” — Sheryl Crow (track from “The Globe Sessions”) (A&M Records)

“Glass House” — Ani DiFranco (track from “Little Plastic Castle”) (Righteous Babe Records)

“Uninvited” — Alanis Morissette (track from “City Of Angels — Music From The Motion Picture”) (Warner Sunset/Reprise Records)

“Can’t Let Go” — Lucinda Williams (track from “Car Wheels On A Gravel Road”) (Mercury Records)

Male Rock Vocal Performance

Singles or Tracks only.

“Everybody Here Wants You” — Jeff Buckley (track from “Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk”) (Columbia Records)

“Almost Saturday Night” — John Fogerty (track from “Premonition”) (Reprise Records)

“Have A Little Faith In Me” — John Hiatt (track from “The Best Of John Hiatt”) (Capitol Records)

“Fly Away” — Lenny Kravitz (track from “5”) (Virgin Records America)

“Your Life Is Now” — John Mellencamp (track from “John Mellencamp”) (Columbia Records)

ROCK PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL

(Singles or Tracks only.)

“Pink” — Aerosmith (track from “Nine Lives”) (Columbia)

“The Way” — Fastball (track from “All the Pain Money Can Buy) (Hollywood)

“Celebrity Skin” — Hole (track from “Celebrity Skin”) (DGC)

“Bitter Sweet Symphony” — The Verve (track from “Urban Hyms”) (Virgin America)

“Heroes” — The Wallflowers (track from “Godzilla – The Album,Various Artists”) (Epic/Sony Music Sountrax)

HARD ROCK PERFORMANCE

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

“Psycho Circus” — Kiss (track from “Psycho Circus”) (Mercury)

“The Dope Show” — Marilyn Manson (track from “Mechanical Animals”) (Nothing)

“Fuel” — Metallica (track from “ReLoad”) (Elektra/EEG)

“Most High” — Jimmy Page & Robert Plant (track from “Walking Into Clarksdale”) (Atlantic)

“Do The Evolution” — Pearl Jam (track from “Yield”) (Epic)

METAL PERFORMANCE

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

“Bullet Train” — Judas Priest (track from “Jugulator”) (CMC International)

“Better Than You” — Metallica (track from “Re-Load”) (Elektra/EEG)

“Fried Chicken And Coffee” — Nashville Pussy (track from “Let Them Eat Pussy”) (The Enclave/Mercury)

“No Shelter” — Rage Against the Machine (track from “Godzilla” soundtrack) (Epic/Sony Music Sountrax)

“Du Hast” — Rammstein (track from “Sehnsucht”) (Slash/Motor)

ROCK INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE

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

“El Distorto De Melodica” — Everclear (track from “So Much for the Afterglow”) (Capitol)

“The Roots Of Confidence” — Pat Metheny Group (track from “Imaginary Day”) (Warner Bros.)

“Take California” — Propellerheads (track from “Decksandrumsandrockandroll”) (DreamWorks)

“A Train Of Angels” — Joe Satriani (track from “Crystal Planet”) (Epic)

“Trouble Is…” — Kenny Wayne Sheperd Band (track from “Trouble Is…” ) (Revolution)

“The Ironic Twist” — Jimmie Vaughan (track from “Out There”) (Epic)

ROCK SONG

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

“Bitter Sweet Symphony” — Richard Ashcroft, Mick Jagger & Keith Richards, songwriters (The Verve) (track from “Urban Hyms,” Virgin America)

“Celebrity Skin” — Billy Corgan, Eric Erlandson & Courtney Love, songwriters (Hole) (track from “Celebrity Skin,” DGC)

“Closing Time” — Dan Wilson, songwriter (Semisonic) (track from “Feeling Strangely Fine,” MCA)

“Have A Little Faith In Me” — John Hiatt, songwriter (John Hiatt) (track from “The Best of John Hiatt,” Capitol)

“Uninvited” — Alanis Morissette, songwriter (Alanis Morissette) (track from “City of Angels” sountrack, Warner Sunset/Reprise)

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 the artist and to the producer(s) of 51% or more playing time of album.)

“The Globe Sessions” — Sheryl Crow; Sheryl Crow, producer (A&M)

“Premonition” — John Fogerty; John Fogerty & Elliot Scheiner, producers (Reprise)

“Version 0” — Garbage; Garbage, producers (Almo Sounds)

“Celebrity Skin” — Hole; Michael Beinhorn, producer (DGC)

“Before These Crowded Streets” — Dave Matthews Band, Steve Lillywhite, producer (RCA)

ALTERNATIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCE

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

“From The Choirgirl Hotel” — Tori Amos (Atlantic)

“Hello Nasty” — Beastie Boys (Grand Royal/Capitol)

“Is This Desire?” — PJ Harvey (Island Records)

“Airbag/How Am I Driving?” — Radiohead (Capitol)

“Adore” — The Smashing Pumpkins (Virgin America)

FEMALE R&B VOCAL PERFORMANCE

(Singles or tracks only.)

“Are You That Somebody?” — Aailiyah (track from “Dr. Dolittle” soundtrack) (Blackground/Atlantic)

“Tyrone” — Erykah Badu (track from “Live”) (Universal/Kedar Entertainment)

“A Rose Is Still A Rose” — Aretha Franklin (track from “A Rose Is Still A Rose”) (Arista)

“Doo Wop (That Thing)” — Lauryn Hill (track from “The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill”) (Ruffhouse/Columbia)

“I Get Lonely” — Janet Jackson (track from “Velvet Rope”) (Virgin America)

MALE R&B VOCAL PERFORMANCE

(Singles or tracks only.)

“Matrimony: Maybe You” — Maxwell (track from “Embrya”) (Columbia)

“The Only One For Me” — Brian McKnight (track from “Anytime”) (Motown)

“My Way” — Usher (track from “My Way”) (LaFace)

“I Know” — Luther Vandross (Virgin America)

“St. Louis Blues” — Stevie Wonder (track from Gershwin’s World, Herbie Hancock) (Verve)

R&B PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL

(Singles or tracks only.)

“The Boy Is Mine” — Brandy & Monica (track from “Never Say Never” & “The Boy Is Mine”) (Atlantic & Arista)

“Lean On Me” — Kirk Franklin With Mary J. Blige, R. Kelly, Bono, Crystal Lewis & The Family (track from “The Nu Nation Project”) (Gospo Centric/Interscope)

“Nothing Even Matters” — Lauryn Hill & D’Angelo (track from “The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill”) (Ruffhouse/Columbia)

“All My Life” — K-Ci & JoJo (track from “Love Always”)

(MCA)

“Stay” — The Temptations (track from “Phoenix Rising”) (Motown)

R&B SONG

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

“All My Life” — Rory Bennett & JoJo Hailey, songwriters (K-Ci & JoJo) (track from “Love Always,” MCA)

“The Boy Is Mine” — Brandy, Lashawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins & Japhe Tejeda, songwriters (Brandy & Monica) (track from “Never Say Never” & “The Boy Is Mine,” Atlantic & Arista)

“Doo Wop (That Thing)” — Lauryn Hill, songwriter (Hill) (track from “The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill,” Ruffhouse/Columbia)

“Lean On Me” — Kirk Franklin, songwriter (Kirk Franklin With Mary J. Blige, R. Kelly, Bono, Crystal Lewis & The Family) (track from “The Nu Nation Project,” Gospo Centric/Interscope)

“A Rose Is Still A Rose” — Lauryn Hill, songwriter (Aretha Franklin) (track from “A Rose Is Still A Rose,” Arista)

R&B ALBUM

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

“Live” — Erykah Badu; Erykah Badu & Norman “Keys” Hurt, producers; (Universal Records/Kedar Entertainment)

“Never Say Never” — Brandy; Rodney Jerkins, producer; (Atlantic)

“A Rose Is Still A Rose” — Lauryn Hill; Aretha Franklin, producer; (Arista Records)

“The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill” — Lauryn Hill; Lauryn Hill, producer; (Ruffhouse/Columbia)

“Embrya” — Maxwell; Musze, producer; (Columbia)

TRADITIONAL R&B VOCAL PERFORMANCE

(Albums only.)

“Believe In Me” — Regina Belle (MCA)

“Live! One Night Only” — Patti LaBelle (MCA)

“To Make Me Who I Am” — Aaron Neville (A&M)

“Phoenix Rising” — The Temptations (Motown)

“I Know” — Luther Vandross (Virgin America)

BEST RAP SOLO PERFORMANCE

(Singles or tracks only.)

“Dangerous” — Busta Rhymes (track from “When Disaster Strikes…”) (Elektra/EEG)

“Lost Ones” — Lauryn Hill (track from “The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill”) (Ruffhouse/Columbia)

“Hard Knock Life” — Jay-Z (track from “Vol. ..Hard Knock Life”) (Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam)

“Gone Till November” — Wyclef Jean (track from “Wyclef Jean Presents The Carnival”) (Ruffhouse/Columbia)

“Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It” — Will Smith (track from “Big Willie Style” (Columbia)

RAP PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP

(For a duo or group performance. Singles or tracks only.)

“Intergalactic” — Beastie Boys; track from “Hello Nasty” (Grand Royal)

“Money Ain’t a Thang” — Jermaine Dupri featuring Jay-Z; track from “Life in 1472 — The Original Soundtrack” (SoSo Def/Columbia Records)

“Deja Vu (Uptown Baby)” — Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz; track from “Make It Reign” (Codeine/Columbia)

“Rosa Parks” — OutKast; track from “Aquemini” (LaFace Records)

“Ghetto Supastar” — Pras Michel Featuring Ol’ Dirty Bastard And Mya; track from “Bulworth — The Soundtrack” (various artists) (Interscope)

RAP ALBUM

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

“Capital Punishment” — Big Punisher (RCA/Loud Records);

“Life In 1472 — The Original Soundtrack” — Jermaine Dupri; Jermaine Dupri, producer (SoSo Def/Columbia)

“Vol. 2 Hard Knock Life” — Jay-Z; Joe Quinde, engineer/mixer (Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam)

“Harlem World” — Mase; Stephen Dent, engineer/mixer (Bad Boy)

“The Love Movement” — A Tribe Called Quest; The Ummah, producer; David Kennedy & The Ummah, engineers/mixers (Jive Records)

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