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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.


Female Jazz Vocal: "All That Jazz," Ella Fitzgerald; "Carmen Sings Monk," Carmen McRae; "Droppin' Things," Betty Carter; "I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good" (track from "Echos of Ellington Vol. 1"), Dianne Reeves; "The Peggy Lee Songbook--There'll Be Another Spring," Peggy Lee.

Male Jazz Vocal: "Astoria: Portrait of the Artist," Tony Bennett; "Big Boss Band," George Benson; "Freddie Freeloader," Jon Hendricks; "Scrapple From the Apple" (track from "The Many Faces of Bird"), Bobby McFerrin; "We Are in Love," Harry Connick Jr.

Jazz Instrumental Soloist: "Anniversary," Stan Getz; "Basie's Bag" (track from "Big Boss Band"), George Benson; "Crazy People Music," Branford Marsalis; "The Hot Spot," Miles Davis; "The Legendary Oscar Peterson Trio Live at the Blue Note," Oscar Peterson.

Jazz Instrumental, Group: "Again Never" (track from "Mo' Better Blues"), Branford Marsalis Quartet featuring Terence Blanchard; "Bluesiana Triangle," Art Blakey, Dr. John and David (Fathead) Newman; "The Legendary Oscar Peterson Trio Live at the Blue Note," Oscar Peterson Trio; "Max & Dizzy--Paris 1969," Max Roach and Dizzy Gillespie; "Standard Time Vol. 3, the Resolution of Romance," Wynton Marsalis.

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.
For the Record
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.

Jazz Instrumental, Big Band: "Airmail Special," Louie Bellson; "Basie's Bag" (track from "Big Boss Band"), Count Basie Orchestra (on the George Benson album featuring the Count Basie Orchestra); "Cookin' in the Kitchen," Lionel Hampton and His Big Band; "The Definitive Thad Jones Volume 2 Live From the Village Vanguard," Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra; "Treasure Chest," Bob Florence Limited Edition.


Female Country Vocal: "Come Next Monday," K. T. Oslin; "I Fell in Love," Carlene Carter; "Quittin' Time," Mary-Chapin Carpenter; "Where You've Been," Kathy Mattea; "You Lie," Reba McEntire.

Male Country Vocal: "Friends in Low Places," Garth Brooks; "Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart," Randy Travis; "I'd Be Better Off (In a Pine Box)," Doug Stone; "Turn It On, Turn It Up, Turn Me Loose," Dwight Yoakam; "When I Call Your Name," Vince Gill.

Vocal Country by a Duo or Group: "Fast Movin' Train," Restless Heart; "Ghost in This House," Shenandoah; "Jukebox in My Mind," Alabama; "Love Can Build a Bridge," the Judds; "Pickin' on Nashville," Kentucky Headhunters.

Country Vocal Collaboration, for duos or groups of artists who do not normally sing together: "A Few Ole Country Boys," Randy Travis and George Jones; "Highwayman 2," Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson and Johnny Cash; "Poor Boy Blues," Chet Atkins and Mark Knopfler; " 'Til a Tear Becomes a Rose," Keith Whitley and Lorrie Morgan; "Waiting on the Light to Change," Randy Travis and B. B. King.

Country Instrumental Performance: "Dawg '90," David Grisman; "Pedernales Stroll," (track from "Keeping Me Up Nights"), Asleep at the Wheel; "So Soft, Your Goodby," (track from "Version of the Truth"), Foster & Lloyd; "Wild Rose," (track from "Breaking New Ground"), Wild Rose.

Bluegrass Recording, vocal or instrumental: "The Boys Are Back in Town," Nashville Bluegrass Band; "Darlin' Boys," the Dillards; "Grassroots to Bluegrass,," Mac Wiseman; "I've Got That Old Feeling," Alison Krauss; "Take It Home," Hot Rize.

Country Song: "Come Next Monday," K.T. Oslin, Rory Michael Bourke and Charlie Black; "The Dance," Tony Arata; "Friends in Low Places," DeWayne Blackwell and Earl Bud Lee; "When I Call Your Name," Vince Gill and Tim DuBois; "Where've You Been," Jon Vezner and Don Henry.


Rock/Contemporary Gospel Album: "Beyond Belief," Petra; "Crank It Up," Mylon & Broken Heart; "Find Me in These Fields," Phil Keaggy; "Phase II," Eddie DeGarmo; "The Secret of Time," Charlie Peacock.

Pop Gospel Album: "Another Time . . . Another Place," Sandi Patti; "Go West Young Man," Michael W. Smith; "God Is Good," First Call; "More to This Life," Steven Curtis Chapman; "Warriors," Phil Driscoll.

Southern Gospel Album: "The Great Exchange," Bruce Carroll; "He's Still in the Fire," the Speers; "Let the Redeemed Say So," the Nelsons; "The Reunion," Happy Goodman Family; "Victory Road," J. D. Sumner & the Stamps.

Traditional Soul Gospel Album: "Bringing It Back Home," the Clark Sisters; "I Remember Mama," Shirley Caesar; "Mom & Pop Winans," Mom & Pop Winans; "Ron Winans Presents Family & Friends Choir II," Ron Winans, Family & Friends Choir; "Tramaine Hawkins Live," Tramaine Hawkins.

Contemporary Soul Gospel Album: "Face to Face," Edwin Hawkins; "He's Right on Time--Live From Los Angeles," Daryl Coley; "Portrait," Richard Smallwood Singers; "Return," the Winans; "So Much 2 Say," Take 6.

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