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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

Mexican/American: "Amanecer," Peter Rubalcava. "Corridos Prohibidos," Los Tigres Del Norte. "Emilio Navaria & Rio Band," Emilio Navaria & Rio Band. "The Father of Tex-Mex Conjunto," Narciso Martinez. "La Pistola Y El Corazon," Los Lobos.

Traditional Blues: "Ginger Ale Afternoon," Willie Dixon. "The Healer," John Lee Hooker. "If I Can't Sell It, I'll Keep Sitting on It," Ruth Brown. "I'm in the Mood," John Lee Hooker and Bonnie Raitt. "Memphis Blues the Paris Sessions," Memphis Slim.

Contemporary Blues: "In Step," Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble. "King of the Blues: 1989," B.B. King. "Live from Austin," Delbert McClinton. "Midnight Run," Bobby (Blue) Bland. "Wang Dang Doodle," Koko Taylor.

Traditional Folk: "A La Veille Facon," the Cajun Tradition. "American Indian Dance Theatre," various American Indian tribes. "Blind Dog," Norman and Nancy Blake. "Le Mystere Des Voix Bulgares, Volume II," Bulgarian State Female Vocal Choir. "Now That's a Good Tune," Masters of Traditional Missouri Fiddling.

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.

Contemporary Folk: "Bamboleo," Gipsy Kings. "Bayou Cadillac," Beausoleil. "Crossroads," Tracy Chapman. "Indigo Girls," Indigo Girls. "Old Friends," Guy Clark.

Polka: "All in My Love for You," Jimmy Sturr & his Orchestra. "Any Time Is Polka Time," Walter Ostanek & His Band. "Moldie Oldie Golden Goodies," Gene Mendalski & the G-Men. "Penn Ohio Polka Pals Souvenir Edition," Penn Ohio Polka Pals. "Polkaholic," Gordon Hartmann.

Reggae: "I.D." The Wailers Band. "Liberation," Bunny Wailer. "Live in Paris," Burning Spear. "One Bright Day," Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers. "Serious Business," Third World.

Children: "Bullfrogs & Butterflies--I've Been Born Again," various artists. "A Disney Spectacular," Cincinnati Pops Orchestra conducted by Erich Kunzel. "Oliver & Company/Story & Songs from the Motion Picture," various artists. "Raffi in Concert with the Rise and Shine Band," Raffi. "The Rock-A-Bye Collection Volume I," Tanya Goodman. "Thumbelina," read by Kelly McGillis, music by Mark Isham.

Comedy: "Dice," Andrew Dice Clay. "Motherhood: the Second Oldest Profession," Erma Bombeck. "P.D.Q. Bach: 1712 Overture & Other Musical Assaults," Prof. Peter Schickele--the Greater Hoople Area Off-Season Philharmonic. "Wild Thing," Sam Kinison. "Without You I'm Nothing," Sandra Bernhard.

Spoken Word or Non-musical: "All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten," Robert Fulghum. "I Want to Grow Hair, I Want to Grow Up, I Want to Go to Boise," Erma Bombeck. "It's Always Something," Gilda Radner. "Sir John Gielgud Reads Alice in Wonderland," Sir John Gielgud. "The War of the Worlds 50th Anniversary Production," Jason Robards, Steve Allen, Douglas Edwards and cast.

Musical Cast Show Album: "Aspects of Love." "Broadway the Hard Way." "Jerome Robbins' Broadway." "Sarafina! The Music of Liberation." "Sondheim: Pacific Overtures."

Instrumental Composition: "The Batman Theme," Danny Elfman. "Field of Dreams," James Horner. "Letter From Home," Pat Metheny. "Morning Sprite," Chick Corea. "Suite from 'The Milagro Beanfield War,' " Dave Grusin. "Who Framed Roger Rabbit Suite," Alan Silvestri.

Original Instrumental Background Score for Motion Picture or Television: "Batman," Danny Elfman. "The Fabulous Baker Boys," Dave Grusin. "Field of Dreams," James Horner. "Indian Jones and the Last Crusade," John Williams. "Passion--Music for The Last Temptation of Christ," Peter Gabriel.

Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television: "Angel of Harlem," Bono and U2. "The Girl Who Used to Be Me," Alan and Marilyn Bergman, Marvin Hamlisch. "Shirley Valentine," "I Love to See You Smile," Randy Newman; "Let the River Run," Carly Simon. "Partyman," Prince.

Video, Short Form: "Leave Me Alone," Michael Jackson. "The Living Years," Mike the Mechanics. "Orinoco Flow (Sail Away)," Enya. "Something to Hold Onto," Trevor Rabin. "There's a Tear in My Beer," Hank Williams Jr. and Hank Williams Sr.

Video, Long Form: "Hangin' Tough," New Kids on the Block. "In Concert--Delicate Sound of Thunder," Pink Floyd. "Moonwalker," Michael Jackson. "Rhythm Nation," Janet Jackson. "Savage," Eurythmics.

Arrangement on an Instrumental: "Anything Goes," Les Hooper. "The Count Basie Remembrance Suite," Count Basie Orchestra. "Extensions," Uptown String Quartet. "Suite From 'The Milagro Beanfield War,' " Dave Grusin. "Three in One," Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra.

Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocals: "Bring on the Raindrops," Frank Foster. "Carlotta's Heart," Don Sebesky. "It Had to Be You," Marc Shaiman. "My Funny Valentine," Dave Grusin. "Rhythm Nation," Janet Jackson, Terry Lewis and Jimmy Jam.

Album Package: "Batman," Tom Recchion. "Foreign Affair," Bill Burke and Tommy Steele. "Monster," Tommy Steele. "Sound + Vision," Roger Gorman. "World in Motion," Jimmy Wachtel.

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