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GRAMMY NOMINATIONS: HIGHS AND LOWS : Winwood, Gabriel and Simon Garner Most Nominations

January 09, 1987|DENNIS HUNT | Times Staff Writer

Two contemporary works programmed by the Los Angeles Philharmonic received nominations: Witold Lutoslawski's Symphony No. 3 (played here in November, 1984, by Esa-Pekka Salonen and the Philharmonic and recorded by the same forces for CBS), and Ellen Taaffe Zwillich's Symphony No. 1 (scheduled here next month with Andre Previn conducting, and recorded by John Nelson and the Indianapolis Symphony for New World).

The following is a partial list of the nominees in the 29th annual Grammy Awards:

Song: "Addicted to Love," Robert Palmer. "Graceland," Paul Simon. "Higher Love," Steve Winwood and Will Jennings. "Sledgehammer," Peter Gabriel. "That's What Friends Are For," Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager.

Female Pop Vocal: "The Broadway Album," Barbra Streisand. "Friends," Dionne Warwick. "Papa Don't Preach," Madonna, "True Colors," Cyndi Lauper. "Typical Male," Tina Turner.

Male Pop Vocal: "Danger Zone," Kenny Loggins. "Glory of Love (Theme from 'The Karate Kid, Part II')," Peter Cetera. "Graceland," Paul Simon. "Sweet Freedom (Theme from 'Running Scared')," Michael McDonald.

Pop Vocal by Duo or Group: "All I Need is a Miracle," Mike & the Mechanics. "Holding Back the Years," Simply Red. "The Next Time I Fall," Peter Cetera and Amy Grant. "On My Own," Patti LaBelle and Michael McDonald. "That's What Friends Are For," Dionne & Friends.

New Age Recording: "Canyon," Paul Winter. "Down to the Moon," Andreas Vollenweider. "Rendez-Vous," Jean-Michel Jarre. "Windham Hill Records Sampler '86," Various Artists. "A Winter's Solstice," Various Artists.

Female Rock Vocal: "Back Where You Started," Tina Turner. "911," Cyndi Lauper. "No Way to Treat a Lady," Bonnie Raitt. "Sex as a Weapon," Pat Benatar. "Talk to Me," Stevie Nicks.

Male Rock Vocal: "Addicted to Love," Robert Palmer. "Eye of the Zombie," John Fogerty. "Sledgehammer," Peter Gabriel. "Take Me Home Tonight," Eddie Money. "To Be a Lover," Billy Idol.

Rock Vocal by Group or Duo: "Afterburner," ZZ Top. "Harlem Shuffle," Rolling Stones. "Missionary Man," Eurythmics. "Sun City," Artists United Against Apartheid. "Tuff Enuff," The Fabulous Thunderbirds.

Female R&B Vocal: "Control," Janet Jackson. "Destiny," Chaka Khan. "Jumpin' Jack Flash," Aretha Franklin. "Rapture," Anita Baker. "Winner in You," Patti LaBelle.

Male R&B Vocal: "Give Me the Reason," Luther Vandross. "Living in America," James Brown. "Love Zone," Billy Ocean. "The Rain," Oran "Juice" Jones. "Since I Fell For You," Al Jarreau.

Vocal by Duo or Group: "Kiss," Prince and the Revolution. "Promise," Sade. "Raising Hell," Run-D.M.C. "Real Love," Ashford and Simpson. "The Super Bowl Shuffle," The Chicago Bears Shufflin' Crew. "Word Up," Cameo.

R&B Song: "Give Me the Reason," Luther Vandross and Nat Adderley, Jr. "Kiss," Prince and the Revolution. "Living in America," Dan Hartman and Charlie Midnight, "Sweet Love," Anita Baker, Louis A. Johnson, Gary Bias. "What Have You Done For Me Lately," James Harris III, Terry Lewis, Janet Jackson.

Jazz Fusion Performance, Vocal or Instrumental: "The Chick Corea Elektric Band," Chick Corea. "Double Vision," Bob James and David Sanborn. "Earth Run," Lee Ritenour. "Free Fall," Clare Fischer and His Latin Jazz Sextet. "Lyle Mays," Lyle Mays.

Solo Jazz Female Vocal: "Blues in the Night," Etta James. "Esquinas," Flora Purim. "Flight of Fancy," Sue Raney. "Timeless," Diane Schuur. "Uptown," Maxine Sullivan.

Solo Jazz Male Vocal: "An Elegant Evening," Mel Torme. "I Just Want to Sing," Joe Williams. "Midnight Lady Called the Blues," Jimmy Witherspoon. "Round Midnight," Bobby McFerrin. "She's Out of My Life," Grady Tate.

Jazz Vocal by Duo or Group: "Bogie," Jackie Cain and Roy Kral. "Free Fall," 2+2 Plus. "Fresh," The Four Freshmen. "From All Sides," L.A. Jazz Choir. "Teach Me Tonight," Arthur Prysock and Betty Joplin.

Jazz Solo Instrumental: "Breakthrough," Eddie Daniels. "Closer to the Source," Dizzy Gillespie. "Insane Asylum," Wynton Marsalis. "Royal Garden Blues," Branford Marsalis. "Tutu," Miles Davis.

Jazz Group Instrumental: "Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers Live at Sweet Basil," Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers. "J Mood," Wynton Marsalis. "Soft Lights and Sweet Music," Gerry Mulligan and Scott Hamilton. "Standards Live," Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette. "Swing Reunion," Teddy Wilson, Benny Carter, Red Norvo, Louis Bellson, Remo Palmier, George Duvivier, Freddie Green.

Female Country Vocal: "Cry," Crystal Gale. "Daddy's Hands," Holly Dunn. "Love at the Five and Dime," Kathy Mattea. "Today I Started Loving You Again," Emmylou Harris. "Whoever's in New England," Reba McEntire.

Male Country Vocal: "Ain't Misbehavin'," Hank Williams, Jr. "Diggin' Up Bones," Randy Travis. "Guitar Town," Steve Earle. "Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc.," Dwight Yoakam. "Lost in the Fifties Tonight," Ronnie Milsap.

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