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'We Are The World' Scores In Grammy Nominations

January 10, 1986|DENNIS HUNT | Times Staff Writer

Male Pop Vocal: "The Dream of the Blue Turtles," Sting. "Every Time You Go Away," Paul Young. "The Heat Is On," Glenn Frey. "No Jacket Required," Phil Collins. "Part-Time Lover," Stevie Wonder.

Pop Vocal by Duo or Group: "Broken Wings," Mr. Mister. "Easy Lover," Philip Bailey and Phil Collins. "I Want to Know What Love Is," Foreigner. "The Power of Love," Huey Lewis and the News. "We Are the World," USA for Africa.

Pop Instrumental Performance: "Axel F," Harold Faltermeyer. "Harlequin," Dave Grusin and Lee Ritenour." "Love Theme from St. Elmo's Fire," David Forster." "Miami Vice Theme," Jan Hammer. "Shake Down," Spyro Gyra.

Female Rock Vocal: "Invincible," Pat Benatar. "One of the Living," Tina Turner. "Read My Lips," Melba Moore. "Rock This House," Nona Hendryx. "What a Thrill," Cyndi Lauper.

Male Rock Vocal: "The Boys of Summer," Don Henley. "Centerfield," John Fogerty. "Just Another Night," Mick Jagger. "Reckless," Bryan Adams. "Scarecrow," John Cougar Mellencamp.

Rock Vocal by Duo or Group: "Heart," Heart. "It's Only Love," Bryan Adams and Tina Turner. "Money for Nothing," Dire Straits. "We Built This City," Starship. "Would I Lie to You?" Eurythmics.

Female R&B Vocal: "Freeway of Love," Aretha Franklin. "I Feel for You," Chaka Khan. "Lovergirl," Teena Marie. "New Attitude," Patti LaBelle. "You Give Good Love," Whitney Houston.

Male R&B Vocal: "Chinese Wall," Philip Bailey. "High Crime," Al Jarreau. "In Square Circle," Stevie Wonder. "The Night I Fell in Love," Luther Vandross. "You Are My Lady," Freddie Jackson.

R&B Vocal by Duo or Group: "Contact," Pointer Sisters. "Nightshift," Commodores. "Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves," Eurythmics and Aretha Franklin. "Solid," Ashford and Simpson. "The Way You Do the Things You Do," Hall and Oates with Ruffin and Kendrick.

R&B song: "Freeway of Love," Narada Michael Walden and Jeffrey Cohen. "New Attitude," Sharon Robinson, Jon Gilutin, Bunny Hull. "Nightshift," Walter Orange, Dennis Lambert, Franne Golde. "Through the Fire," David Foster, Tom Keane, Cynthia Weil. "You Give Good Love," LaLa.

Jazz Fusion Performance, Vocal or Instrumental: "Alternating Currents," Spyro Gyra. "Atlantis," Wayne Shorter. "Magic Touch," Stanley Jordan Group. "Sportin' Life," Weather Report. "Straight to the Heart," David Sanborn. "You're Under Arrest," Miles Davis.

Solo Jazz Female Vocal: "Cleo at Carnegie/The 10th Anniversary Concert," Cleo Laine. "The Great Songs from the Cotton Club," Maxine Sullivan. "Made in New York," Tania Maria. "Meet Benny Bailey," Cheryl Bentyne. "Sing Joy Spring," Janis Siegel. "20 Years Blue," Flora Purim.

Solo Jazz Male Vocal: "Another Night in Tunisia," Jon Hendricks and Bobby McFerrin. "Beyond the Sea," George Benson. "Live at Vine Street," David Frishberg. "Mark Murphy Sings Nat's Choice," Mark Murphy. "Oh Yes, I Remember Clifford," Alan Paul.

Jazz Vocal by Duo or Group: "American Eyes," Rare Silk. "Blue," Barry Manilow and Sarah Vaughan. "Hot IV," University of Northern Colorado Vocal Jazz I. "Night in the City," Phil Mattson & the P.M. Singers. "Ray's Rockhouse," The Manhattan Transfer and Jon Hendricks. "To You," The Manhattan Transfer with the Four Freshmen. "Vocalese," Manattan Transfer.

Jazz Solo Instrumental: "Black Codes From the Underground," Wynton Marsalis. "Human Nature," Miles Davis. "Magic Touch," Stanley Jordan. "Meet Benny Bailey," James Moody. "Sing Joy Spring," Dizzy Gillespie.

Female Country Vocal: "Ballad of Sally Rose," Emmylou Harris. "I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me," Rosanne Cash. "Real Love," Dolly Parton. "She's Single Again," Janie Fricke. "You Make Me Want to Make You Mine," Juice Newton.

Male Country Vocal: "Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On," Mel McDaniel. "Forgiving You Was Easy," Willie Nelson. "I Don't Mind the Thorns," Lee Greenwood. "Lost in the Fifties Tonight," Ronnie Milsap. "You Make Me Feel Like a Man," Ricky Skaggs.

Country Vocal by Duo or Group: "Can't Keep a Good Man Down," Alabama. "The Forester Sisters," Forester Sisters. "Highwayman," Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson. "Meet Me in Montana," Marie Osmond and Dan Seals. "Real Love," Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers. "Why Not Me," the Judds.

Country Song: "Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On," Bob McDill. "Desperados Waiting for a Train," Guy Clark. "Forty Hour Week," Dave Loggins, Lisa Silver, Don Schlitz. "Highwayman," Jimmy Webb. "I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me," Rosanne Cash, Rodney Crowell. "Lost in the Fifties Tonight," Mike Reid, Troy Seals, Fred Parris. "Love Is Alive," Kent M. Robbins.

Female Gospel Vocal: "Black and White in a Grey World," Leslie Phillips. "Choose Life," Debbie Boone. "Don't Hide Your Heart," Sheila Walsh. "Hymns Just for You," Sandi Patti. "Unguarded," Amy Grant.

Male Gospel Vocal: "Fifty Golden Years," James Blackwood. "He Holds the Keys," Steve Green. "How Excellent Is Thy Name," Larnelle Harris. "Medals," Russ Taff. "Power of Praise," Phil Driscoll.

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