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The Grammys, Round 1 : Pop Music: Rock 'n' roll veterans lead pack of recording industry awards nominees.

January 12, 1990|DENNIS HUNT and RICHARD CROMELIN | TIMES STAFF WRITERS

The nominees also include the Gerard Schwarz/Seattle Symphony disc of Howard Hanson symphonies and the Emerson Quartet's Bartok set (both up in two other categories as well), and the Christoph von Dohnanyi/Garrick Ohlsson/Cleveland Orchestra version of Busoni's Piano Concerto and the James Levine/Metropolitan Opera recording of "Die Walkure," each with one other nomination.

The Robert Shaw Grammy machine in Atlanta has a recording of Britten's "War Requiem" on the ticket in two categories.

John Henken contributed to this article.

The Full List

The Grammy nominees:

Album: "The End of the Innocence," Don Henley. "Full Moon Fever," Tom Petty. "Nick of Time," Bonnie Raitt. "The Raw & the Cooked," Fine Young Cannibals. "Volume One," Traveling Wilburys.

Record: "She Drives Me Crazy," Fine Young Cannibals. "The End of the Innocence," Don Henley. "We Didn't Start the Fire," Billy Joel. "Wind Beneath My Wings," Bette Midler. "The Living Years," Mike + the Mechanics.

For the Record
Los Angeles Times Monday January 15, 1990 Home Edition Calendar Part F Page 5 Column 1 Entertainment Desk 1 inches; 33 words Type of Material: Correction
Grammy nominee--"The Masters" album by Eddie Adock, Kenny Baker, Josh Graves and Jesse McReynolds was inadvertently omitted from the best bluegrass recording category in Friday's list of nominees for the 32nd annual Grammy Awards.

Song: "Don't Know Much," Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil and Tom Snow. "The End of the Innocence," Don Henley and Bruce R. Hornsby. "The Living Years," Mike Rutherford and Brian A. Robertson. "We Didn't Start the Fire," Billy Joel. "Wind Beneath My Wings," Larry Henley and Jeff Silbar.

New Artist: Neneh Cherry. Indigo Girls. Milli Vanilli. Soul II Soul. Tone Loc.

Female Pop Vocal: "Cry Like a Rainstorm--Howl Like the Wind," Linda Ronstadt. "Don't Wanna Lose You," Gloria Estefan. "Nick of Time," Bonnie Raitt. "Straight Up," Paula Abdul. "Wind Beneath My Wings," Bette Midler.

Male Pop Vocal: "Batman--Motion Picture Sound Track," Prince. "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You," Michael Bolton. "Right Here Waiting," Richard Marx. "We Didn't Start the Fire," Billy Joel. "You Got It," Roy Orbison.

Pop Vocal by Duo or Group: "Don't Know Much," Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville. "If You Don't Know Me by Now," Simply Red. "Love Shack," The B-52's. "She Drives Me Crazy," Fine Young Cannibals. "The Living Years," Mike the Mechanics.

Pop Instrumental: "Breadline Blues," Kenny G. "Dancing With the Lion," Andreas Vollenweider. "Healing Chant," Neville Brothers. "Late Night," Paul Shaffer. "Whispers and Promises," Earl Klugh.

Female Rock Vocal: "Brave and Crazy," Melissa Etheridge. "Foreign Affair," Tina Turner. "I Drove All Night," Cyndi Lauper. "Let's Stay Together," Pat Benatar. "Nick of Time," Bonnie Raitt.

Male Rock Vocal: "The End of the Innocence," Don Henley. "Free Fallin'," Tom Petty. "Freedom," Neil Young. "New York," Lou Reed. "When the Night Comes," Joe Cocker.

Rock Vocal by Duo or Group: "Glamour Boys," Living Colour. "Mixed Emotions," Rolling Stones. "Rattle and Hum," U2. "Traveling Wilburys, Volume One," Traveling Wilburys. "When Love Comes to Town," U2 with B.B. King.

Rock Instrumental: "The Crush of Love," Joe Satriani. "High Tension Wires," Steve Morse. "Jeff Beck's Guitar Shop with Terry Bozzio and Tony Hymas," Jeff Beck with Terry Bozzio and Tony Hymas. "A Piece of Time," Andy Summers. "Travis Walk," Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble.

Hard Rock: "Cult of Personality," Living Colour. "Dr. Feelgood," Motley Crue. "GN'R Lies," Guns N' Roses. "Love in an Eleveator," Aerosmith. "Once Bitten, Twice Shy," Great White.

Metal: "Beast from the East," Dokken. "I Don't Believe in Love," Queensryche. "One," Metallica. "The Real Thing," Faith No More. "Ultramega O.K.," Soundgarden.

Female R&B Vocal: "Dreamin'," Vanessa Williams. "Giving You the Best That I Got," Anita Baker. "Good to Be Back," Natalie Cole. "Miss You Much," Janet Jackson. "Through the Storm," Aretha Franklin.

Male R&B Vocal: "Batdance," Prince. "Every Little Step," Bobby Brown. "Heart's Horizon," Al Jarreau. "She Won't Talk to Me," Luther Vandross. "We've Saved the Best for Last," Smokey Robinson.

R&B Vocal by Duo or Group: "Back to Life," Soul II Soul. "Celebrate New Life," BeBe & CeCe Winans. "Gimme Your Love," Aretha Franklin and James Brown. "It Isn't, It Wasn't, It Ain't Never Gonna Be," Aretha Franklin and Whitney Houston. "We Sing Praises," Deniece Williams and Natalie Cole.

R&B Instrumental: "African Dance," Soul II Soul. "Bermuda Nights," Gerald Albright. "Constructive Criticism," Omar Hakim. "I Can't Get Enough of Your Love," Stix Hooper. "It's No Crime," Babyface.

R&B Song: "Every Little Step," Bobby Brown. "If You Don't Know Me by Now," Simply Red. "Miss You Much," Janet Jackson. "Superwoman," Karyn White. "When a Man Loves a Woman," Joe Cocker.

Rap: "Bust a Move," Young M.C. "Fight the Power," Public Enemy. "Funky Cold Medina," Tone Loc. "I Think I Can Beat Mike Tyson," D.J. Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince. "Me Myself and I," De La Soul.

New Age: "Dancing With the Lion," Andreas Vollenweider. "Icarus," Paul Winter. "Orinoco Flow," Enya. "Passion--Music for the Last Temptation of Christ," Peter Gabriel. "Tibet," Mark Isham.

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