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Grammys--Round 1 : Pop music: Phil Collins' 8 nominations lead the pack and Quincy Jones sets a record with his 74th nod. The winners will be revealed on Feb. 20.

January 11, 1991|RICHARD CROMELIN and DENNIS HUNT | TIMES STAFF WRITERS

The Kentucky Headhunters

Lisa Stansfield

Wilson Phillips

List of Grammy Nominees

For the Record
Los Angeles Times Saturday January 12, 1991 Home Edition Calendar Part F Page 9 Column 1 Entertainment Desk 1 inches; 22 words Type of Material: Correction
Grammy nominations--Quincy Jones received six Grammy Award nominations on Thursday and M.C. Hammer five, one more each than reported in Friday's Calendar.
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Los Angeles Times Tuesday January 15, 1991 Home Edition Calendar Part F Page 6 Column 3 Entertainment Desk 1 inches; 20 words Type of Material: Correction
In Friday's Calendar Producer Narada Michael Walden's name was omitted in the Record of the Year category for Mariah Carey's "Vision of Love."
For the Record
Los Angeles Times Tuesday January 15, 1991 Home Edition Calendar Part F Page 6 Column 3 Entertainment Desk 1 inches; 35 words Type of Material: Correction
Misidentified--Two nominees for the Grammy award in the Tropical Latin category in Friday's Calendar should have read: "Lambada Timbales" (track from "Goza Mi Timbal"), Tito Puente and "Mama Guela" (track from "Chile Con Soul"), Poncho Sanchez.

Here is a complete list of nominations for the 33rd annual Grammy Awards:

Top Categories

Record: "Another Day in Paradise," Phil Collins; "From a Distance," Bette Midler; "Nothing Compares 2 U," Sinead O'Connor; "U Can't Touch This," M. C. Hammer; "Vision of Love," Mariah Carey.

Album: "Back on the Block," Quincy Jones; " . . . But Seriously," Phil Collins; "Mariah Carey," Mariah Carey; "Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em," M. C. Hammer; "Wilson Phillips," Wilson Phillips.

Song: "Another Day in Paradise," Phil Collins; "From a Distance," Julie Gold; "Hold On," Chynna Phillips, Glen Ballard and Carnie Wilson; "Nothing Compares 2 U," Prince; "Vision of Love," Mariah Carey and Ben Margulies.

New Artist: the Black Crowes; Mariah Carey; the Kentucky Headhunters; Lisa Stansfield; Wilson Phillips.

Female Pop Vocal: "All Around the World," Lisa Stansfield; "From a Distance," Bette Midler; "I'm Your Baby Tonight," Whitney Houston; "Nothing Compares 2 U," Sinead O'Connor; "Vision of Love," Mariah Carey.

Male Pop Vocal: "Another Day in Paradise," Phil Collins; "Downtown Train," Rod Stewart; "Georgia on My Mind," Michael Bolton; "I Don't Have the Heart," James Ingram; "Oh Pretty Woman" (from "A Black & White Night Live"), Roy Orbison; "Storm Front," Billy Joel.

Pop Vocal by a Duo or Group: "Across the River," Bruce Hornsby & the Range; "All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You," Heart; "All My Life," Linda Ronstadt with Aaron Neville; "Hold On," Wilson Phillips; "Roam," B-52's; "Unchained Melody" (1990 re-recording), Righteous Brothers.

Pop Instrumental: "Going Home," Kenny G; "Saturday Night and Sunday Morning," Phil Collins; "Setembro (Brazilian Wedding Song)," Quincy Jones; "Twin Peaks Theme," Angelo Badalamenti; "What's Goin' On," Stanley Jordan.

Rock

Female Rock Vocal: "The Angels," Melissa Etheridge; "Black Cat," Janet Jackson; "Black Velvet," Alannah Myles; "Steamy Windows," Tina Turner; "Whole Lotta Trouble," Stevie Nicks.

Male Rock Vocal: "Bad Love," Eric Clapton; "Blaze of Glory," Jon Bon Jovi; "Cradle of Love," Billy Idol; "Rockin' in the Free World," Neil Young; "You Can Leave Your Hat On," Joe Cocker.

Rock Vocal by a Duo or Group: "Almost Hear You Sigh," Rolling Stones; "Blue Sky Mining," Midnight Oil; "Higher Ground," Red Hot Chili Peppers; "Janie's Got a Gun," Aerosmith; "Suicide Blonde," INXS.

Rock Instrumental: "Ah Via Musicom," Eric Johnson; "D-FW," Vaughan Brothers; "Flying in a Blue Dream," Joe Satriani; "Passion and Warfare," Steve Vai; "True Gravity," Allman Brothers Band.

Hard Rock: "Epic," Faith No More; "Kickstart My Heart," Motley Crue; "The Razors Edge," AC/DC; "Ritual De Lo Habitual," Jane's Addiction; "Time's Up," Living Colour.

Metal: "Lights . . . Camera . . . Revolution," Suicidal Tendencies; "Painkiller," Judas Priest; "Persistence of Time," Anthrax; "Rust in Peace," Megadeth; "Stone Cold Crazy," Metallica.

Alternative Music: "All Shook Down," the Replacements; "Goodby Jumbo," World Party; "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got," Sinead O'Connor; "The Sensual World," Kate Bush; "Strange Angels," Laurie Anderson.

R & B

Female R&B Vocal: "Alright," Janet Jackson; "Compositions," Anita Baker; "Giving You the Benefit," Pebbles; "I Can't Complain," Patti LaBelle; "Make It Like It Was," Regina Belle.

Male R&B Vocal: "Here and Now," Luther Vandross; "Johnny Gill," Johnny Gill; "Misunderstanding," Al B. Sure!; "Round and Round," Tevin Campbell; "Whip Appeal," Babyface.

R&B Vocal by a Duo or Group: "Born to Sing," En Vogue; "Can't Stop," After 7; "I'll Be Good to You," Ray Charles and Chaka Khan; "Papa Was a Rolling Stone," Was (Not Was); "The Secret Garden (Sweet Seduction Suite)," Al B. Sure!, James Ingram, El DeBarge and Barry White.

R&B Song: "Alright," Janet Jackson, James Harris III and Terry Lewis; "Here and Now," Terry Steele and David L. Elliott; "I'll Be Good to You," George Johnson, Louis Johnson and Sonora Sam; "My, My, My," L.A. Reid, Babyface and Daryl Simmons; "U Can't Touch This," James Miller and M. C. Hammer.

Rap

Rap Solo: "All Hail the Queen," Queen Latifah; "I Got the Job Done," Big Daddy Kane; "Ice Ice Baby," Vanilla Ice; "Monie in the Middle," Monie Love; "U Can't Touch This," M. C. Hammer.

Rap by a Duo or Group: "And In This Corner," DJ Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince; "Back on the Block," Ice-T, Melle Mel, Big Daddy Kane and Kool Moe Dee; "Fear of a Black Planet," Public Enemy; "The Humpty Dance," Digital Underground; "We're All in the Same Gang," West Coast Rap All-Stars.

Jazz

Jazz Fusion: "Apasionado," Stan Getz; "Birdland" (track from "Back on the Block"), Quincy Jones (various artists); "Fast Forward," Spyro Gyra; "Inside Out," Chick Corea Elektric Band; "Stolen Moments," Lee Ritenour.

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