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'We Are The World' Scores In Grammy Nominations

January 10, 1986|DENNIS HUNT | Times Staff Writer

Female Soul Gospel Vocal: "Blessed Assurance," Vernessa Mitchell. "Chosen," Vanessa Bell Armstrong. "Deleon," Deleon Richards. "Lift Him Up," Dorothy Norwood. "Martin," Shirley Caesar.

Male Soul Gospel Vocal: "Bring Back the Days of Yea and Nay," Marvin Winans. "Heavy Load," Rev. Marvin Yancy. "So Good," Howard McCrary. "Stop Your Searchin'," Philip Nicholas. "Unspeakable Joy," Douglas Miller.

Latin Pop Performance: "Es Facil Amar," Lani Hall. "Por Ella," Jose Feliciano and Jose Jose. "Reflexiones," Jose Jose. "Solo Una Mujer," Lucia Mendez. "Yo Soy Tuyo," Jose Feliciano.

Tropical Latin Performance: "De Nuevo," Celia Cruz & Johnny Pacheco; "Free Spirit, Espirito Libre," Mongo Santamaria & His Latin-Jazz Orchestra; "Mambo Diablo," Tito Puento and his Latin Ensemble; "Mucho Mejor," Ruben Blades; "Nocho De Discotheque," Bonny Cepeda y Orquestra; "Solito," Eddie Palmieri.

Mexican-American Performance: "Canta a Juan Gabriel," Rocio Durcal; "Mujer Importante," Maria de Lourdes; "Santiago Strikes Again," Santiago Jimenez Jr.; "Simplemente Mujer," Vicki Carr; "13 Aniversario/13 Album/13 Exitos," Los Humildes; "20 Exitos Romanticos Con Juan Valentin," Juan Valentin.

Traditional Blues: "Big Joe Turner With Knocky Parker and His Houserockers," Big Joe Turner with Knocky Parker and His Houserockers. "Members Only," Bobby Bland. "My Guitar Sings the Blues," B. B. King. "Patcha, Patcha, All Night Long," Joe Turner and Jimmy Witherspoon. "Queen of the Blues," Koko Taylor. "Serious Business," Johnny Winter. "When a Guitar Plays the Blues," Roy Buchanan.

Reggae Recording: "Alive in Jamaica," Blue Riddim Band. "Cliff Hanger," Jimmy Cliff. "Play the Game Right," Melody Makers. "Resistance," Burning Spear. "Working Wonders," Judy Mowatt.

Comedy Recording: "Born in East L.A.," Cheech & Chong. "Dare to Be Stupid," Weird Al Yankovic. "Honeymooners Rap," Joe Piscopo. "Whoopi Goldberg," Whoopi Goldberg. "You Look Marvelous," Billy Crystal.

Music Video, Short Form: "The Daryl Hall and John Oates Video Collection," Mick Haggerty and C. D. Taylor, directors. "Do They Know It's Christmas," Dave Bridges, Rob Wright. "No Jacket Required," Jim Vulcich. "Private Dancer," Brian Grant. "We Are the World," Tom Trbovich.

Music Video, Long Form: "The Heart of Rock 'n' Roll," Bruce Gowers, director. "The Police Synchronicity Concert," Godley & Creme. "Prince and the Revolution Live," Paul Becher. "Tina Live," David Mallet. "Wham! The Video," Wham!

Instrumental Composition: "Axel F," Harold Faltermeyer. "Back to the Future," Alan Silvestri. "Love Theme From St. Elmo's Fire," David Foster. "Miami Vice Theme," Jan Hammer. "With Bells On," Thad Jones.

Movie or TV Score: "Back to the Future," "Beverly Hills Cop," "A Passage to India." "St. Elmo's Fire." "Witness."

Cast Show Album: "Big River." "Greatest Hits from Leader of the Pack." "The Tap Dance Kid." "Very Warm for May." "West Side Story."

Producer (non-classical): Phil Collins and Hugh Padgham. David Foster. Don Henley, Danny Kortchmar and Greg Ladanyi. Mark Knopfler and Neil Dorfsman. Narada Michael Walden.

Classical Album: "Les Nuits d'ete" (Berlioz), Robert Shaw, cond.; Requiem (Berlioz), Shaw, cond.; Symphony No. 7 (Dvorak), James Levine, cond.; Music by Gershwin, Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor-pianist; "Messiah" (Handel), Shaw, cond.; Symphony No. 7 (Mahler), Claudio Abbado, cond.; Violin Sonatas (Mozart), Itzhak Perlman/Daniel Barenboim; "Cinderella" Suite (Prokofiev), Leonard Slatkin, cond.; "Pines of Rome," "The Birds," "Fountains of Rome" (Respighi), Louis Lane, cond.

Opera Recording: "Pagliacci" (Leoncavallo), George Pretre, cond.; "Manon Lescaut" (Puccini), Giuseppe Sinopoli, cond.; "Moses und Aron" (Schoenberg), Sir Georg Solti, cond.; "The Rake's Progress" (Stravinsky), Riccardo Chailly, cond.; "Der Fliegende Hollaender" (Wagner), Herbert von Karajan, cond.

Classical Performance--Instrumental Soloist (with orchestra): Cello Concerto (Elgar), Yo-Yo Ma; "Rhapsody in Blue" (Gershwin), Andre Previn; Second Rhapsody (Gershwin), Tilson Thomas; Violin Concerto (Khachaturian), Perlman; Piano Concertos (Schumann, Chopin), Andras Schiff.

Classical Performance--Instrumental Soloist (without orchestra): Four Scherzos (Chopin), Claudio Arrau; Piano Sonatas (Chopin), Francois-Rene Duchable; Short Pieces (Gershwin), Tilson Thomas; "The Guitar in Spain," Julian Bream; "Gaspard de la Nuit," "Pavane," etc. (Ravel), Vladimir Ashkenazy.

ClassicaL Vocal Soloist: "Les Nuits d'ete" (Berlioz), Ameling; "Les Nuits d'ete" (Berlioz), Frederica von Stade; Requiem (Berlioz), John Aler; "Chants d'Auvergne" (Canteloube), Kiri Te Kanawa; "Marilyn Horne Sings" (Various composers), Marilyn Horne; "Zarzuela Arias and Duets," Placido Domingo, Pilar Lorengar.

Chamber Music Performance: Cello Sonatas (Brahms), Emanuel Ax, Yo-Yo Ma; Concerto for Violin, Piano and String Quartet (Chausson), Perlman, Jorge Bolet, Juilliard Quartet; Sonatina, "From My Homeland," etc. (Dvorak and Smetana), Perlman, Samuel Sanders; Piano/Wind Quintets (Beethoven and Mozart), Previn, Vienna Wind Soloists; Piano Trio in A minor (Tchaikovsky), Barenboim, Pinchas Zukerman, Jacqueline DuPre.

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