Grammy Nominations List – Page 3


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

“Home Sweet Home” — (Doc & Merle Watson) With Sam Bush, Marty Stuart, T. Michael Coleman & Alan O’Bryant (Sugar Hill Records)

“Songs From the Homeplace” — Jim & Jesse (Pinecastle Records)

“American Beauty” — Nashville Bluegrass Band (Sugar Hill Records)

“Bluegrass Rules!” — Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder (Rounder/Skaggs Family Records)

“Clinch Mountain Country” — Ralph Stanley & Friends (Rebel Records)


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

“Sound of Wind Driven Rain” — Will Ackerman (Windham Hill Records)

“Landmarks” — Clannad (Atlantic Records)

“The Water Garden” — Alex de Grassi (Tropo Records)

“Gaia Onbashira” — Kitaro (Domo Records)

“Grand Passion” — John Tesh (GTSP Records)


(For albums only. For instrumental performances only, with or without vocal coloring. Compilation albums by various artists are not eligible.)

“After Hours” — George Duke (Warner Bros. Records)

“Imaginary Day” — Pat Metheny Group (Warner Bros. Records)

“Live & More” — Marcus Miller (GRP/PRA Records)

“Club Nocturne” — Yellowjackets (Warner Bros. Records)

“World Tour” — Joe Zawinul & the Zawinul Syndicate (Zebra Records)


(For albums only. For solo vocals and duos or groups with vocals. Compilation albums by various artists are not eligible.)

“This Time It’s Love” — Kurt Elling (Blue Note Records)

“Maiden Voyage” — Nnenna Freelon (Concord Jazz)

“I Remember Miles”– Shirley Horn (Verve)

“My Buddy — Etta Jones Sings the Songs of Buddy Johnson” — Etta Jones (HighNote)

“That Day …” — Dianne Reeves (Blue Note)


(For an instrumental solo performance with or without a group or band. Two equal performers on one recording may be eligible as one entry. If the soloist listed appears on a recording billed to another artist, the latter’s name is in parenthesis for identification. Singles or tracks only.)

“For Heaven’s Sake” — Kenny Barron; track from “Night and the City” (Charlie Haden & Kenny Barron) (Verve)

“My Funny Valentine” — Randy Brecker; track from “Thank You, Gerry! (Gerry Mulligan All-Star Tribute Band)” (Arkadia Jazz)

“Rhumbata” — Chick Corea & Gary Burton; track from “Native Sense — The New Duets” (Stretch Records)

“Body & Soul” — Benny Golson; track from “Tenor Legacy” (Arkadia Jazz)

“My Favorite Things” — David Liebman; track from “Thank You John! Our Tribute to John Coltrane (Arkadia Jazz All-Stars)” (Arkadia Jazz)


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

“Native Sense — The New Duets” — Chick Corea & Gary Burton (Stretch Records)

“Night and the City” — Charlie Haden & Kenny Barron (Verve)

“Gershwin’s World” — Herbie Hancock (Verve)

“Points of View” — Dave Holland Quintet (ECM)

“Tokyo ’96” — Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette (ECM Records)


(For albums only. For large jazz ensembles, including big band sounds. Compilation albums by various artists are not eligible.)

“Count Plays Duke” — Count Basie Orchestra; Grover Mitchell, Director (MAMA Records)

“Remembrances” — Jon Faddis (Chesky Records)

“Further Adventures” — Bill Holman & the Netherlands Metropole Orchestra (Koch Jazz Records)

“Lickety Split — Music of Jim McNeely” — Jim McNeely & the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra (New World)

“Theme for Monterey” — The Gerald Wilson Orchestra (MAMA Records)


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

“Contact” — Ray Barretto & New World Spirit (Blue Note Records)

“Paquito D’Rivera & The United Nation Orchestra” — Paquito D’Rivera & The United Nation Orchestra (Jazz MCG)

“Central Avenue” — Danilo Perez (Impulse! Records)

“Obsesion” — David Sanchez (Columbia Records)

“Hot House” — Arturo Sandoval (N2K Encoded Music)

“Bele Bele En La Habana” — Chucho Valdes (Blue Note Records)


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

“Some Kind Of Zombie” — Audio Adrenaline (Forefront Records)

“Amplifier” — Big Tent Revivial (Ardent/Forefront Records)

“You Are There” — Ashley Cleveland (Cadence/204 Records)

“God Fixation” — Petra (Word Records)

“Sixpence None The Richer” — Sixpence None The Richer (Squint Entertainment)


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

“Mission 3:16”– Carman (Sparrow Records)

“Supernatural” — dc Talk (ForeFront Records)

“Steady On” — Point Of Grace (Word/Epic Records)

“Live The Life” — Michael W. Smith (Reunion Records)

“This Is My Song” — Deniece Williams (Harmony Records)


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

“They Gave The World A Smile: The Stamps Quartet Tribute Album” — James Blackwood Quartet And The Light Crust Doughboys (Light Crust Doughboys Records)

“Faithful” — The Cathedrals (Homeland Records)

“Down By The Tabernacle” — Bill & Gloria Gaither And Their Homecoming Friends (Spring House Records)

“Just As I Am” — Andy Griffith (Sparrow Records)

“The Apostle – Music From & Inspired By The Motion Picture” — Various Artists: Peter Afterman, John Huie & Ken Levitan, Producers (Sparrow Records/Rising Tide (MCA))


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

“Just Right For A Miracle (Bishop G.E. Patterson Presents) — Rance Allen & The Soul Winners’ Conference Choir (Podium Records)

“Now That I’m Here” — Beverly Crawford (Warner Alliance Records)

“He Leadeth Me” — Cissy Houston (House Of Blues Music)

“Live! My Soul Feels Better Right Now” — Della Reese (Homeland Records)

“Been There Done That” — Rev. Timothy Wright & The B/J Mass Choir (Featuring Myrna Summers) (Savoy Records)


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

“Songs From The Heart” — Yolanda Adams (Verity Records)

“Finally Karen” — Karen Clark-Sheard (Island Black Music)

“The Nu Nation Project” — Kirk Franklin (Gospo Centric Records)

“Pages Of Life – Chapters I & II” — Fred Hammond & Radical For Christ (Verity Records)

“Everlasting Love” — CeCe Winans (Sparrow Records/Pioneer Music Group)


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

“Just Churchin” — Bobby Jones & New Life With The Nashville Super Choir; Nathan Young, Choir Director (GospoCentric)

“Love Alive V – 25th Anniversary Reunion” — The Love Center Choir; Jonathan Grier, Edwin M. Harper, Walter L. Hawkins, Rusty Watson & Maggie Wincher, Choir Directors (Gospo Centric)

“Pastor Hezekiah Walker Presents The LFT Church Choir – Live At Love Fellowship Tabernacle” — LFT Church Choir; Pastor Hezekiah Walker, Choir Director (Verity Records)

“Reflections” — The Associates; O’Landa Draper, Choir Director (Warner Alliance Records)

“Strength” — New Life Community Choir; John P. Kee, Choir Director (Verity Records)


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

“Atado A Tu Amor” — Chayanne (Sony Latin)

“Senor Bolero” — Jose Feliciano (Rodven Records)

“Celebrando 25 Anos De Juan Gabriel: En Concierto En El Palacio De Bellas Artes” — Juan Gabriel (Ariola/BMG U.S. Latin Records)

“Cosas Del Amor” — Enrique Iglesias (Fonovisa)

“Vuelve” — Ricky Martin (Sony Latin)


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

“Caribe Atomico” — Aterciopelados (Ariola/BMG US Latin Records)

“Fin De Siglo” — El Tri (WEA Latina Records)

“Traccion Acustica” — Enanitos Verdes (PolyGram Records)

“Suenos Liquidos” — Mana (WEA Latina)

“Donde Estan Los Ladrones?” — Shakira (Sony Latin)


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

“Contra La Corriente” — Marc Anthony (RMM Records)

“Suavemente” — Elvis Crespo (Sony Tropical)

“Mi Vida Es Cantar” — Celia Cruz (RMM Records)

“El Rumbero Del Piano” — Eddie Palmieri (RMM Records)

“Live At Birdland – Dancemania ’99” — Tito Puente (RMM Records)

“Babalu Aye” — Chucho Valdes & Irakere (Bembe Records)


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

” Casas De Madera” — Ramon Ayala Y Sus Bravos Del Norte (Freddie Records)

“Entre El Amor Y Yo” — Vicente Fernandez (Sony Discos)

“Euforia” La Mafia (Sony Discos)

“Los Super Seven” — Los Super Seven (RCA Records Nashville)

“Colgado De Un Arbol” — Los Terribles Del Norte (Freddie Records)


(For Albums only, either vocal or instrumental. Compilations albums by various artists are not eligible.)

“Live…En Concierto!” — Fiebre (Freddie Records)

“Fanaticos” — Jaime Y Los Chamacos (Freddie Records)

“Said And Done” — Flaco Jimenez (Barb Wire Productions/Virgin Records America)

“Leyendas Y Raices” — Leyendas Y Raices (Freddie Records)

“5. 2000” — Little Joe & La Familia (EMI Latin)


(For Albums only, either vocal or instrumental.)

“A Tribute To Howlin’ Wolf” — Henry Gray, Calvin Jones, Sam Lay, Colin Linden & Hubert Sumlin With Special Guests (Telarc Blues Records)

“Long As I Have You” — John Hammond (Pointblank Records)

“Got To Find A Way” — Luther “Guitar Junior” Johnson And The Magic Rockers (Telarc Blues Records)

“I Got To Find Me A Woman” — Robert Lockwood Jr. (Verve Records)

“Any Place I’m Going” –Otis Rush

(House Of Blues Records)


(For Albums only, either vocal or instrumental.)

“Sing It”! — Marcia Ball, Irma Thomas & Tracy Nelson (Rounder Records)

” Heavy Love” — Buddy Guy (Silvertone Records)

“Life, Love & The Blues” — Etta James (Private Music)

“Slow Down” — Keb’ Mo’ (Okeh/550 Music)

“Deuces Wild” — B.B. King (MCA Records)


(For Albums only, either vocal or instrumental).

“Chattanooga Sugar Babe” — Norman Blake (Shanachie Records)

“Slant 6 Mind” — Greg Brown (Red House Records)

“Long Journey Home” — The Chieftains With Various Artists (Wicklow Records)

“Friends Of Mine” — Ramblin’ Jack Elliott (Hightone Records)

“Southern Banjo Sounds” — Mike Seeger (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings)


(For Albums only, either vocal or instrumental.)

“Mermaid Avenue” — Billy Bragg & Wilco (Elektra Records/EEG)

“El Corazon” — Steve Earle (E2/Warner Bros. Records)

“Spyboy” — Emmylou Harris (Eminent Records)

“Step Inside This House” — Lyle Lovett (MCA/Curb Records)

“Car Wheels On A Gravel Road” — Lucinda Williams (Mercury Records)


(For Albums only, either vocal or instrumental.)

“Inna Heights” — Buju Banton (VP Records)

“Many Moods of Moses” — Beenie Man (VP Records)

“Friends” — Sly And Robbie (EastWest Records America/EEG)

“Ska Father” — Toots And The Maytals (Artist Only! Records)

“Psychedelic Souls” — Wailing Souls (Pow Wow Records)


(For Albums only, either vocal or instrumental.)

“Odu” — King Sunny Ade (Atlantic/Mesa Records)

“Miss Perfumado” — Cesaria Evora (Nonesuch Records)

“Quanta Live” — Gilberto Gil (Atlantic/Mesa Records)

“Oremi” — Angelique Kidjo (Island Records)

“Contact From The Underworld Of Redboy” — Robbie Robertson (Capitol Records)


(For Albums only, either vocal or instrumental.)

” Polka Party With Brave Combo – Live And Wild!” — Brave Combo (Easy Disc Records)

” Push It To The Limit” — Lenny Gomulka & Chicago Push (Push Records)

“Memories” — Walter Ostanek (World Renowned Sounds)

“Let The Sunshine In” — The Del Sinchak Band (Peppermint Records)

“Dance With Me” — Jimmy Sturr And His Orchestra (Rounder Records)


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

“Changing Channels” — Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxe; Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer, producers (Rounder Kids Records)

“Elmopalooza!” — The Sesame Street Muppets With Various Artists; John Boylan, producer (Sony Wonder Records)

“In My Hometown” — Tom Chapin; Tom Chapin, Jon Cobert, John Forster & Michael Mark, producers (Sony Wonder Records)

“John McCutcheon’s Four Seasons: Autumnsongs” — John McCutcheon; Bob Dawson & John McCutcheon, producers (Rounder Kids Records)

“The Playground” — Tony Bennett; Danny Bennett & Tony Bennett, producers (RPM/Columbia Records)


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

“The Children’s Shakespeare” — (Various artists including Jim Belushi, Linda Hamilton, etc.) Stefan Rudnicki, producer (Dove Audio)

“Disney’s Mulan Read & Sing Along” — June Foray; Ted Kryczko & Randy Thornton, producers (Walt Disney Records)

“Disney’s The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride Read-Along” Miguel Ferrer; Randy Thornton, producer (Walt Disney Records)

“Elmo’s New Laugh” — Sesame Street Characters Ed Mitchell, producer (Sony Wonder Records)

“The Patchwork Quilt & Other Stories From Around The World” — Sharon Kennedy; Bing Broderick, Sharon Kennedy & Steve Netsky, producers (Rounder Kids Records)

“Weezie And The Moon Pies” — Bill Harley; Bill Harley, producer (Round River Records)


(Author in parenthesis..)

“Beloved” (Toni Morrison) — Toni Morrison (Random House Audio Books)

“Spiders In The Hairdo: Modern Urban Legends” — (David Holt & Bill Mooney) David Holt & Bill Mooney (High Windy Audio)

“Still Me ” (Christopher Reeve) — Christopher Reeve

(Random House Audio Books)

“The Virtues Of Aging” (Jimmy Carter) — Jimmy Carter (Dove Audio)

“Wobegon Boy” (Garrison Keillor) — Garrison Keillor (Penguin-HighBridge)


(For spoken word comedy recordings. Albums only.)

” Give Me Immortality Or Give Me Death” — Firesign Theatre (Rhino Records)

” I’m Telling You For The Last Time — Jerry Seinfeld (Universal Records)

“Pure Drivel” — Steve Martin (Simon And Schuster Audio)

“Totally Committed” — Jeff Foxworthy (Warner Bros. Records Nashville)

“The 2000 Year Old Man In The Year 2000” — Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner (Rhino Records)


(To the Album Producer and to the lyricists & composers of over 50% of a new score. Artists’ in parenthesis)

“Cabaret” — Jay David Saks, producer; (Fred Ebb, lyricist; John Kander, composer) (The New Broadway Cast Recording Featuring Natasha Richardson & Alan Cumming) (RCA Victor)

“Chicago The Musical” — Thomas Z. Shepard, producer; (Fred Ebb, lyricist; John Kander, composer) (The London Cast Recording With Ruthie Henshall, Ute Lemper, Henry Goodman & Nigel Planer) (RCA Victor)

” The Lion King” — Mark Mancina, producer; (Lebo M, Mark Mancina, Tim Rice, Jay Rifkin, Julie Taymor & Hans Zimmer, lyricists; Elton John, Lebo M, Mark Mancina, Jay Rifkin & Hans Zimmer, composers) (Original Broadway Cast Recording) (Walt Disney Records)

” Ragtime The Musical” — Jay David Saks, producer; (Lynn Ahrens, lyricist; Stephen Flaherty, composer) (Original Broadway Cast Recording) (RCA Victor)

“The Wizard Of Oz” — Robert Sher, producer; (Harold Arlen & E.Y. Harburg, lyricists; Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg & Herbert Stothart, composers) (1998 Cast Recording With Mickey Rooney & Eartha Kitt) (TVT Soundtrax)


(Composer’s Award Artist in parenthesis).

“Almost 12” — Bela Fleck, Future Man & Victor Lemonte Wooten, composers (Bela Fleck And The Flecktones) (Track from: Left Of Cool) (Warner Bros. Records])

“Ellis Island” — Bob Mintzer, composer (Bob Mintzer Big Band) (Track from: Latin From Manhattan) (DMP Records)

“The Midnight Blues” — Wynton Marsalis, composer (Wynton Marsalis) (Track from: The Midnight Blues – Standard Time Vol. 5) (Columbia Records)

” Romance” — Gerald Wilson, composer (The Gerald Wilson Orchestra) (Track from: Theme For Monterey) (MAMA Records)

“Tango Remembrances” — Jorge Calandrelli & Astor Piazolla, composers (Yo-Yo Ma) (Track from: Soul Of The Tango) (Sony Classical)


(Composer(s) Award).

“Amistad” — John Williams, composer (DreamWorks Records)

“Bulworth” — Ennio Morricone, composer (RCA Victor)

“City Of Angels” — Gabriel Yared, composer (Track from: City Of Angels – Music From The Motion Picture) (Various Artists) (Warner Sunset/Reprise Records)

“Rush Hour” — Lalo Schifrin, composer (Aleph Records)

” Saving Private Ryan” — John Williams, composer(DreamWorks Records)


(Songwriter(s) award. Artist in parenthesis).

“I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” (From Armageddon) –Diane Warren, songwriter (Aerosmith) (Columbia Records)

” My Heart Will Go On” (From Titanic) — James Horner & Will Jennings, songwriters (Celine Dion) (550 Music and Sony Classical)

” Tomorrow Never Dies” (From Tomorrow Never Dies)– Sheryl Crow & Mitchell Froom, songwriters (Sheryl Crow) (A&M Records)

“True To Your Heart” (From Mulan) — Matthew Wilder & David Zippel, songwriters (98 Degrees And Stevie Wonder) (Walt Disney Records)

“Uninvited” (From City Of Angels) — Alanis Morissette, songwriter (Alanis Morissette) (Warner Sunset/Reprise Records)


“In the Still of the Night” — Patrick Williams, arranger (Patrick Williams and His Big Band) (Track from: Sinatraland) (EMI-Capitol Entertainment Properties)

“Moon of Manakoorah” — Bill Holman, arranger (Bill Holman & The Netherlands Metropole Orchestra) (Track from: Further Adventures) (Koch Jazz Records)

“Waltz for Debby” — Don Sebesky, arranger (Don Sebesky) (Track from: I Remember Bill — A Tribute To Bill Evans) (RCA Victor)

“What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?” — Rob McConnell, arranger (Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass) (Track from: Big Band Christmas) (Concord Jazz Records)

“Where Or When” — Michel Legrand, arranger (Michel Legrand) (Track from: Happy Radio Days) (Erato Records)


“Breath Of Heaven” (Mary’s Song) — Patrick Williams, arranger (Vince Gill) (Track from: Breath of Heaven) (MCA Records Nashville)

“I Believe/You’ll Never Walk Alone” — Jeremy Lubbock, arranger (Barbra Streisand) (Track from: Higher Ground) (Columbia Records)

“The Look of Love” — George Duke, arranger (Marilyn Scott) (Track from: Avenues of Love) (Warner Bros. Records)

“Nessun Dorma” — Rob Mounsey, arranger (Aretha Franklin) (Arista Records)

“St. Louis Blues” — Herbie Hancock, Robert Sadin & Stevie Wonder, arrangers (Herbie Hancock) (Track from: Gershwin’s World) (Verve Records)


“Big Bad Voodoo Daddy” — Brad Benedict & Andy Engel, art directors (Big Bad Voodoo Daddy) (Coolsville/EMI-Capitol Records)

“Los Super Seven” — Gina R. Binkley & Susan Eaddy, art directors (Los Super Seven) (RCA Records Nashville)

“Ray of Light” — Kevin Reagan, art director (Madonna) (Maverick/Warner Bros. Records)

“Readings by Jack Kerouac on the Beat Generation” — Chika Azuma, art director (Jack Kerouac) (Verve Records)

“Yield” — Ames Bros. & Pearl Jam, art directors (Pearl Jam) (Epic Records)


“The Best of William Burroughs From Giorno Poetry Systems” —

Mark Michaelson, art director (William Burroughs) (Mouth Almighty Records)

“The Complete Hank Williams” — Jim Kemp & Virginia Team, art directors (Hank Williams) (Mercury Records Nashville)

“The Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington Cote D’Azur Concerts on Verve” — Chika Azuma, art director (Duke Ellington And Ella Fitzgerald) (Verve Records)

” Miles Davis Quintet 1965-1968″ — Janet Boye & Arnold Levine, art directors (Miles Davis Quintet) (Columbia/Legacy Records)

“Miss Peggy Lee” — Andy Engel & Johnny Lee, art directors (Peggy Lee) (Capitol/EMI-Capitol Entertainment Properties)


“Charles Mingus: Passions of a Man — The Complete Atlantic Recordings 1956-1961) — Joel Dorn, Tom Dowd, Andrew Homzy, Patrick Milligan, Sue Mingus, Tina Marisa Rocchio & Stefano Zenni, album notes writers (Charles Mingus) (Rhino Records)

” The Complete Hank Williams” — Daniel Cooper & Colin Escott, album notes writers (Hank Williams) (Mercury Records Nashville)

“From Where I Stand: The Black Experience In Country Music” — Bill Ivey, Bill C. Malone, Claudia Perry, John W. Rumble & Ron Wynn, album notes writers (Various Artists) (Warner Bros. Records Nashville)

“Miles Davis Quintet 1965-1968” — Bob Belden, Todd Coolman & Michael Cuscuna, album notes writers (Miles Davis Quintet) (Columbia/Legacy Records)

“New York Philharmonic: The Historic Broadcasts 1923 to 1987” — Sedgwick Clark, Barbara Haws, Kurt Masur, Alan Rich, Robert Sherman & Steven Smolian, album notes writers (New York Philharmonic) (New York Philharmonic Special Editions)


“The Complete Hank Williams” — Colin Escott & Kira Florita, compilation producers; Joseph M. Palmaccio & Tom Ruff, mastering engineers (Hank Williams) (Mercury Records Nashville)

“Have a Nice Decade: The ’70s Pop Culture Box” — Bill Inglot, David McLees & Gordon Skeene, compilation producers; Andrew Garver, Dan Hersh, Bill Inglot, Ken Perry & Stewart Whitmore, mastering engineers (Various Artists) (Rhino Records)

“The Jazz Singers: A Smithsonian Collection of Jazz Vocals From 1919 to 1994” — Robert G. O’Meally & Bruce Talbot, compilation producers; Todd Hulslander & John Tyler, mastering engineers (Various Artists) (Smithsonian Collection Of Recordings)

“New York Philharmonic: The Historic Broadcasts 1923 to 1987” —

Sedgwick Clark, compilation producer; Jon M. Samuels & Seth B. Winner, mastering engineers (New York Philharmonic) (New York Philharmonic Special Editions)

“The Pet Sounds Sessions” — David Leaf, Mark Linett & Brian Wilson, compilation producers; Joe Gaswirt, mastering engineer (The Beach Boys) (Capitol Records/EMI-Capitol Entertainment Properties)


“Breath of Heaven” — Al Schmitt, engineer (Vince Gill) (MCA Records Nashville)

“Contact From the Underworld of Redboy” — Howie B., Andy Bradfield, Jamie Cerniglia, Marius de Vries, Chris Fogel, Tim Gordine, Troy Matthews, Pat McCarthy, Dane Ngahuka, Randall Prescott, Carmen Rizzo, Tim Stroh & Jim Wilson, engineers (Robbie Robertson) (Capitol Records)

“Firecracker” — Bob Clearmountain & Juan Patino, engineers (Lisa Loeb) (Geffen Records)

“The Globe Sessions” — Tchad Blake, Trina Shoemaker & Andy Wallace, engineers (Sheryl Crow) (A&M Records)

“The Nu Nation Project” — Gerald Baillergeau, Chris Bell, Kevin Bond, Bassy Bob Brockman, Mick Guzauski, Fred Hammond, Ray Hammond, Tim Kimsey, Victor “Vinno” Merritt & Mark Williams, engineers (Kirk Franklin) (Gospo Centric)


Michael Beinhorn — “Celebrity Skin” (Hole); “Mechanical Animals” (Marilyn Manson)

Tchad Blake — “Dopamine” (Mitchell Froom); “El Eso” (Soul Coughing); :Fundamental” (Bonnie Raitt)

Rob Cavallo — “Dizzy up the Girl” (Goo Goo Dolls); “Iris” (Goo Goo Dolls); “Nimrod” (Green Day); “Uninvited” (Alanis Morissette)

Sheryl Crow — “The Globe Sessions” (Sheryl Crow)

Lauryn Hill — “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” (Lauryn Hill) ; “A Rose Is Still a Rose” (Aretha Franklin)


Steve “Silk” Hurley — “If You Could Read My Mind” (Silk’s Uplifting Vocal) (Stars On 54 — Ultra Nate, Amber & Jocelyn Enriquez); “If You Could Read My Mind” (Silk’s House On 54 Mix) (Stars On 5 — Ultra Nate, Amber & Jocelyn Enriquez); “Nobody Else” (Silk’s House Revival) (CeCe Peniston); “Special Love” (Silk’s Special House Mix) (Jestofunk Featuring Jocelyn Brown); “Where Are You” (Silk’s Old Skool Mix) (Rahsaan Patterson); “Word Is Love” (Silk’s Anthem 7″) (Steve “Silk” Hurley & The Voices Of Life)

Frankie Knuckles — “Found Love” (Joi Cardwell); “Freedom” (Robert Miles); “Happy” (Towa Tei); “Just for You” (Knuckles Classic Gospel Mix) (M People); “So Fine” (Kinane); “Touch Me There” (Total Touch)

Masters at Work — “Around the World” (Daft Punk); “Days Like This” (Kenny Lattimore); “Go Deep” (Thunder Mix) (Janet Jackson); “I Want You Back” (Melanie B. Featuring Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliot); “Thank You” (MAW 12″ Mix) (BeBe Winans); “Watching Windows” (Nuyorican Soul Meets Roni Size) (Roni Size)

David Morales — “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” (Jocelyn Brown); “Here We Go Again” (Aretha Franklin); “My All/Breakdown” (Mariah Carey); “New Kind of Medicine” (Ultra Nate); Rooftop (Mariah Carey); “Stop” (Spice Girls)

Roger Sanchez — “Deeper Underground” (Jamiroquai); “High Times” (Jamiroquai); “Last Night a DJ Saved My Life” (Sylk 130); “Revolution 909” (Daft Punk); “The Star and the Wiseman Remixes” (Ladysmith Black Mambazo); “Walking on The Moon (The Police)


“Barber: Prayers of Kierkegaard/Vaughan Williams: Dona Nobis Pacem/Bartok: Cantata Profana” — Jack Renner, engineer (Robert Shaw, conductor) (Telarc)

“Bartok: Bluebeard’s Castle” — Jobst Eberhardt & Stephan Flock, engineers (Pierre Boulez, conductor) (Deutsche Grammophon)

“Bruckner: Sym. No. 9” — Keith O. Johnson, engineer (Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, conductor) (Reference Recordings)

“Mahler: Sym. No. 3 In D Min.” — Richard King, engineer (Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor) (Sony Classical)

“Monteverdi: Vespers of 1610 (Antiphon; Psalm 109; Magnificat, Etc.)” — Jack Renner, engineer (Martin Pearlman, conductor) (Telarc)


Manfred Eicher — “Brahms: Sons. For Viola And Piano Nos. 1 & 2″(Kim Kashkashian, viola; Robert Levin, piano); “Holliger: Lieder Ohne Worte” (Lieder Ohne Worte I & II; Trema; Elis, Etc.) (Thomas Zehetmair; violin; Thomas Larcher, piano; Ursula Holliger, harp); “Kurtag: Jatekok (Games) and Bach Transcriptions” (Blumen Die Menschen, Nur Blumen; Knoten; Glocken, Etc.) (Gyorgy Kurtag, piano); “Part: Kanon Pokajanen” (Tonu Kaljuste, conductor); “Webern/Shostakovich/Burian: String Quartets” (Rosamunde Quartett, Munchen)

Steven Epstein — “Elgar: Son. in E Min., Op. 82/Franck: Son. in A Maj.” (Midori, violin; Robert McDonald, piano); “Inspired by Bach — The Cello Suites” (Yo-Yo Ma, cello); “Takemitsu: Orchestral Works” (From Me Flows What You Call Time; Twill By Twilight, Etc.) (Carl St. Clair, conductor); “Tavener: The Protecting Veil; Wake Up … And Die” (Yo-Yo Ma, cello); “Tchaikovsky: Violin Con. in D Maj./Shostakovich: Violin Con. No. 1 in A Min.” (Midori, violin)

James Mallinson — “Barber: Prayers of Kierkegaard/Vaughan Williams: Dona Nobis Pacem/Bartok: Cantata Profana” (Robert Shaw, conductor); “Beethoven: Fidelio” (Charles Mackerras, conductor); “Monteverdi: Vespers of 1610” (Antiphon; Psalm 109; Magnificat, Etc.) (Martin Pearlman, conductor); “Rossini: L’Italiana in Algeri” (Complete Version) (Jesus Lopez-Cobos, conductor); “Wallace: Harvey Milk” (Donald Runnicles, conductor)

Andreas Neubronner — “Bach: English Suites Nos. 1, 3 & 6” (Murray Perahia, piano); “Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique; Excerpts From Lelio” (Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor); “George Gershwin — The 100th Birthday Celebration” (Catfish Row Suite With Scenes From Porgy And Bess; An American In Paris, Etc.) (Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor & piano); “New World Jazz” (Works Of Adams, Bernstein, Milhaud, Hindemith, Etc.) (Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor); “Schumann: Son. for Piano in F Sharp Min., Op. 11; Kreisleriana, Op. 16” (Murray Perahia, piano)

Robina G. Young — “Handel: Concerti Grossi, Op. 6” (Nos. 1 – 12) (Andrew Manze, conductor); “A Lammas Ladymass — 13th and 14th Century English Chant and Polyphony” (Que Est Ista; In Adore; Kyrie, Etc.) (Anonymous 4); “Mozart: Zaide” (Paul Goodwin, conductor); “Phantasticus — 17th Century Italian Violin Music” (Works of Pandolfi, Cima, Catello, Etc.) (Romanesca); “Schubert-Liszt: Lieder Transcriptions” (Schwanengesang; Die Forelle; Die Stadt, Etc.) (Frederic Chiu, piano)


“Barber: Prayers of Kierkegaard/Vaughan Williams: Dona Nobis Pacem/Bartok: Cantata Profana” — Robert Shaw, conductor; James Mallinson, producer (Richard Clement, tenor; Nathan Gunn, baritone; Carmen Pelton, soprano; Atlanta Sym. Orch. Cho.; Atlanta Sym. Orch.) (Telarc)

“Bartok: Bluebeard’s Castle” — Pierre Boulez, conductor; Jessye Norman; Laszlo Polgar; Karl-August Naegler, producer (Nicholas Simon; Chicago Sym. Orch.) (Deutsche Grammophon)

“The Beautiful Voice” (Works of Charpentier, Gounod, Massenet, Flotow, Etc.) — Renee Fleming, soprano; Jeffrey Tate, conductor; Michael Haas, producer (English Cham. Orch.) (London)

“Schnittke: The Complete String Quartets” (Nos. 1, 2, 3, Etc.) — Kronos Quartet; Judith Sherman, producer (Nonesuch)

“Sir Georg Solti — The Last Recording” (Bartok: Cantata Profana/Kodaly: Psalmus Hungaricus/Weiner: Serenade) — Sir Georg Solti, conductor; Tamas Bubno, Kalman Strausz, Gabriella Thesz, chorus masters; Chris Hazell, producer (Alexandru Agache, baritone; Tamas Daroczy, tenor; Budapest Festival Cho.; Children’s Cho. of Hungarian Radio & TV; Cho. Of Hungarian Radio & TV; Schola Cantorum Budapestiensis; Budapest Festival Orch.) (London)

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