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GRAMMYS '89 : Other Winners

February 23, 1989

SPECIAL AWARDS

Lifetime Achievement--Fred Astaire, Pablo Casals, Dizzy Gillespie, Jascha Heifetz, Lena Horne, Leontyne Price, Bessie Smith, Art Tatum, Sarah Vaughan.

Trustees Awards--Quincy Jones, Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers, Walt Disney.

POP/ROCK

Pop Instrumental--David Sanborn, "Close Up."

Rock Instrumental--Carlos Santana, "Blues for Salvador."

COUNTRY

Instrumental--Asleep at the Wheel, "Sugarfoot Rag."

Song--K.T. Oslin, "Hold Me."

Vocal Collaboration--Roy Orbison and k.d. lang, "Crying."

Bluegrass--Bill Monroe, "Southern Flavor."

R&B

Instrumental--Chick Corea, "Light Years."

Song--Anita Baker, Skip Scarborough and Randy Holland, "Giving You the Best That I Got."

NEW AGE

New Age--Shadowfax, "Folksongs for a Nuclear Village."

JAZZ/BLUES

Fusion--Yellowjackets, "Politics."

Solo Instrumental--Michael Brecker, "Don't Try This at Home."

Group Instrumental--Various artists, "Blues for Coltrane: A Tribute to John Coltrane."

Big Band Instrumental--Gil Evans and the Monday Night Orchestra, "Bud & Bird."

Traditional Blues--Willie Dixon, "Hidden Charms."

Contemporary Blues--Robert Cray Band, "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark."

GOSPEL

Female Vocal--Amy Grant, "Lead Me On."

Male Vocal--Larnelle Harris, "Christmas."

Group Vocal--The Winans, "The Winans Live at Carnegie Hall."

Female Soul Gospel Vocal--Aretha Franklin, "One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism."

Male Soul Gospel Vocal--BeBe Winans, "Abundant Life."

Group Soul Gospel Vocal--Take 6, "Take 6."

LATIN

Tropical--Ruben Blades y Son del Solar, "Antecedente."

REGGAE

Reggae--Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers, "Conscious Party."

ETHNIC

Traditional Folk--Various artists, "Folkways: A Vision Shared--A Tribute to Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly."

Contemporary Folk Recording--"Tracy Chapman," Tracy Chapman.

Polka Recording--Jimmy Sturr & His Orchestra, "Born to Polka."

ARRANGEMENT

Instrumental--Roger Kellaway for Eddie Daniels' "Memos From Paradise."

Instrumental Accompanying Vocal--Jonathan Tunick for Cleo Laine's "No One Is Alone."

SPOKEN

Spoken Word--"Speech by Rev. Jesse Jackson," the Rev. Jesse Jackson, track from Aretha Franklin's "One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism."

Comedy--Robin Williams, "Good Morning, Vietnam" sound track.

Recording for Children--"Pecos Bill," Robin Williams, narrator.

ALBUM DESIGN

Album Package--Bill Johnson, the O'Kanes' "Tired of the Runnin'."

Album Notes--Anthony DeCurtis, Eric Clapton's "Crossroads."

HISTORICAL

Historical Album--Eric Clapton, "Crossroads."

ENGINEERING

Engineered Recording (Non-Classical)--Tom Lord Alge, Steve Winwood's "Roll With It."

PRODUCTION

Producer (Non-Classical)--Neil Dorfsman.

Producer (Classical)--Robert Woods.

ORIGINAL SCORE

Album of Original Instrumental Background Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television-- David Byrne, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Cong Su, "The Last Emperor."

Song Written Specifically for Motion Picture or Television--Phil Collins, "Two Hearts."

INSTRUMENTAL

Instrumental Composition--"The Theme From L.A. Law," Mike Post.

CLASSICAL

Opera--Wagner: "Lohengrin," Georg Solti conducting the Vienna State Opera Choir and Vienna Philharmonic.

Choral (Other Than Opera)--Verdi: Requiem and Opera Choruses, Robert Shaw conducting the Atlanta Symphony Chorus and Orchestra.

Instrumental, Soloist or Soloists (with Orchestra)--Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 23, Vladimir Horowitz, piano, with Carlo Maria Giulini conducting La Scala Opera Orchestra.

Instrumental Soloist or Soloists (without Orchestra)--Albeniz: "Iberia," "Navarra" and "Suite Espanola," Alicia de Larrocha.

Chamber Music--Bartok: Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion, and Brahms: "Variations on Theme by Haydn," Murray Perahia and Georg Solti, pianos, David Corkhill and Evelyn Glennie, percussion.

Vocal Soloist--"Luciano Pavarotti in Concert," Luciano Pavarotti.

Contemporary Composition--Adams: "Nixon in China," Edo de Waart conducting the Orchestra of St. Luke's.

Engineered Recording--Verdi: Requiem & Opera Choruses, Robert Shaw conducting the Atlanta Symphony Chorus & Orchestra.

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