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The Grammy Winners

February 26, 1986

MAJOR AWARDS

Record of the Year--"We Are the World," USA for Africa.

Album of the Year--"No Jacket Required," Phil Collins.

Song of the Year--"We Are the World," Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie.

New Artist of the Year--Sade.

POP/ROCK

Female Pop Vocal--Whitney Houston, "Saving All My Love for You" single.

Male Pop Vocal--Phil Collins, "No Jacket Required" album.

Pop Group Vocal--USA for Africa, "We Are the World" single.

Pop Instrumental--Jan Hammer, "Miami Vice Theme" single.

Rock Female Vocalist--Tina Turner, "One of the Living" single.

Rock Male Vocalist--Don Henley, "The Boys of Summer" single.

Rock Group Vocal--Dire Straits, "Money for Nothing" single.

Rock Instrumental--Jeff Beck, "Escape" track.

COUNTRY

Female Country Vocal--Rosanne Cash, "I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me" single.

Male Country Vocal--Ronnie Milsap, "Lost in the Fifties Tonight" single.

Group Country Vocal--The Judds, "Why Not Me" album.

Country Instrumental--Chet Atkins and Mark Knopfler, "Cosmic Square Dance" track.

Country Song--"Highwayman," Jimmy L. Webb.

R&B

Female R&B Vocal--Aretha Franklin, "Freeway of Love" single.

Male R&B Vocal--Stevie Wonder, "In Square Circle" album.

Group R&B Vocal--Commodores, "Nightshift" single.

R&B Instrumental--Ernie Watts, "Musician" album.

R&B Song--"Freeway of Love," Narada Michael Walden and Jeffrey Cohen, songwriters.

JAZZ/BLUES

Jazz Fusion--David Sanborn, "Straight to the Heart" album.

Female Jazz Vocal--Cleo Laine, "Cleo at Carnegie: the 10th Anniversary Concert" album.

Male Jazz Vocal--Jon Hendricks and Bobby McFerrin, "Another Night in Tunisia" track.

Group Jazz Vocal--Manhattan Transfer, "Vocalese" album.

Solo Jazz Instrumental--Wynton Marsalis, "Black Codes from the Underground" album.

Group Jazz Instrumental--Wynton Marsalis Group, "Black Codes From the Underground" album.

Big Band Jazz Instrumental--John Barry and Bob Wilber, "The Cotton Club--Original Motion Picture Sound Track" album.

Traditional Blues--B.B. King, "My Guitar Sings the Blues" track.

GOSPEL

Female Gospel Vocal--Amy Grant, "Unguarded" album.

Male Gospel Vocal--Larnelle Harris, "How Excellent Is Thy Name" track.

Group Gospel Vocal--Larnelle Harris and Sandi Patti, "I've Just Seen Jesus" track.

Female Soul Gospel Vocal--Shirley Caesar, "Martin" single.

Male Soul Gospel Vocal--Marvin Winans, "Bring Back the Days of Yea and Nay" track.

Group Soul Gospel Vocal--The Winans, "Tomorrow" album.

Inspirational--Jennifer Holliday, "Come Sunday" track.

LATIN

Latin Pop Performance--Lani Hall, "Es Facil Amar" album.

Tropical Latin Performance--(tie), Tito Puente & his Latin Ensemble, "Mambo Diablo" album; and Eddie Palmieri, "Solito" album.

Mexican-American Performance--Vikki Carr, "Simplemente Mujer" album.

VIDEO

Music Video, Short Form--"We Are the World--the Video Event," USA for Africa.

Music Video, Long Form--"Huey Lewis & the News: The Heart of Rock and Roll."

SPOKEN

Spoken Word Recording--"Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," original Broadway cast.

COMEDY

Comedy Recording--Whoopi Goldberg, "Whoopi Goldberg."

CHILDREN

Recording for Children--"Follow That Bird (the Original Motion Picture Sound Track)," Jim Henson's Muppets and the Sesame Street cast.

REGGAE

Reggae Recording--Jimmy Cliff, "Cliff Hanger" album.

ETHNIC

Ethnic or Traditional Folk Recording--Rockin' Sidney, "My Toot Toot" single.

Polka Recording--Frank Yankovic, "70 Years of Hits" album.

ARRANGEMENT

Arrangement-Instrumental--Dave Grusin and Lee Ritenour, "Early A.M. Attitude" track.

Arrangement-Instrumental Accompanying Vocals--Nelson Riddle, "Lush Life" track.

Arrangement-Vocal, for Two or More Voices--Cheryl Bentyne and Bobby McFerrin, "Another Night in Tunisia" single.

ALBUM DESIGN

Album Package--"Lush Life," art directors Kosh and Ron Larson.

Album Notes--"Sam Cooke Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963," album notes writer Peter Guralnick.

HISTORICAL

Historical Album--"RCA/Met-100 Singers-100 Years," from Melba, Schmann-Heink, Caruso through Price, Verrett, Domingo and 94 others, producer John Pfeiffer.

ENGINEERING

Engineering (non-classical)--"Brothers in Arms" by Dire Straits, engineer Neil Dorfsman.

Engineering (classical)--Berlioz: Requiem. Jack Renner, engineer (John Aler, soloist; Robert Shaw, Atlanta Symphony Orch. & Chorus; Robert E. Woods, producer).

PRODUCTION

Producer of the Year (non-classical)--Phil Collins and Hugh Padgham.

Producer of the Year (classical)--Robert E. Woods.

MUSICAL THEATER

Cast Show Album--"West Side Story," lyricist Stephen Sondheim, composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein.

ORIGINAL SCORE

Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special--"Beverly Hills Cop," songwriters Sharon Robinson, John Gilutin, Bunny Hull, Hawk, Howard Hewett, Micki Free, Keith Forsey, Harold Faltermeyer, Allee Willis, Dan Sembello, Marc Benno and Richard Theisen.

INSTRUMENTAL

Instrumental Composition--"Miami Vice Theme," composer Jan Hammer.

CLASSICAL

Classical Album--Berlioz: Requiem. John Aler, soloist, Robert Shaw, Atlanta Symphony Orch. & Chorus; Robert E. Woods, producer.

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