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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.


Gospel Album, Choir or Chorus: "Having Church," Rev. James Cleveland & the Southern California Community Choir with the Rev. James Cleveland, choir director; "He's Worthy," Dr. Jonathan Greer and the Cathedral of Faith Choirs with Maurice Culpepper, choir director; "Hold On, Help Is On the Way," Georgia Mass Choir with James Bignon, choir director; "Love Alive IV," Love Center Mass Choir with Walter Hawkins, choir director; "Open Our Eyes," Rev. Milton Brunson & the Thompson Community Singers with the Rev. Milton Brunson, choir director.


Latin Pop: "Autobiografia," Duncan Dhu; "Por Que te Tengo Que Olvidar?" (track from "Nina"), Jose Feliciano; "Quien Como Tu," Ana Gabriel; "Se Me Enamora el Alma" (track from "Se Me Enamora el Alma"), Isabel Pantoja; "20 Anos," Luis Miguel.

Tropical Latin: "Amiga" (track from "Los Principes de la Salsa"), Luis Enrique; "Color Americano," Willie Colon; "Lambada Timbales" (track from "Chile Con Soul"), Poncho Sanchez; "Tito Puente Presents Millie P.," Tito Puente and Millie P.

Mexican-American: "Amor Con Amor" (track from "No Te Olvidare"), Mazz; "Familia y Tradicion," Santiago Jimenez Jr.; "Las Clasicas de Jose Alfredo Jiminez," Vincente Fernandez; "Nuestro Tiempo," Los Diablos; "Soy de San Luis" (track from "Texas Tornados"), Texas Tornados.

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.


Traditional Blues: "Coming to Town" (track from "The Hot Spot"), John Lee Hooker, Earl Palmer, Tim Drummond, Miles Davis and Roy Rogers; "Live at San Quentin," B. B. King; "Standing My Ground," Clarence (Gatemouth) Brown; "T'aint Nobody's Bizness If I Do" (track from the "Black and Blue" cast recording), Ruth Brown and Linda Hopkins.

Contemporary Blues: "Family Style," the Vaughan Brothers; "Jump for Joy," Koko Taylor; "Midnight Stroll," Robert Cray Band; "Red Hot & Blue" (Track from "Red, Hot & Blue"), B. B. King and Lee Atwater; "Stickin' to My Guns," Etta James.


New Age: "Balkan," Mysterious Voices of Bulgaria (Philippe Eidel and Arnaud Davis, producers); "Caravan of Dreams" (track from "Reference Point"), Acoustic Academy; "Earth: Voices of a Plant," Paul Winter; "Mark Isham," Mark Isham; "Taproot," Michael Hedges; "Yellowstone--The Music of Nature," Mannheim Steamroller.

Traditional Folk: "Brazil Forro--Music for Maids and Taxi Drivers," Toinho de Alegoas, Duda de Passira, Jose Orlando and Heleno Dos Oito Baixos; "Classic Tracks," Ladysmith Black Mambazo; "Let's Get Cajun," Basin Brothers; "Old Time Duets," Whitstein Brothers; "On Praying Ground," Doc Watson; "Partisans of Vilna: Songs of World War II Jewish Resistance," various.

Contemporary Folk: "Days of Open Hand," Suzanne Vega; "Hammer and a Nail" (track from "Nomads-Indians-Saints"), Indigo Girls; "Helpless Heart," Maura O'Connell; "Steady On," Shawn Colvin.

Reggae: "An Hour Live," Toots & the Maytals; "Make Place for the Youth," Andrew Tosh; "Mek We Dweet," Burning Spear; "Now," Black Uhuru; "Time Will Tell--A Tribute to Bob Marley," Bunny Wailer.

Polka: "Everybody Polka," Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones; "Fiddle Faddle," Polka Family Band; "Grand Illusion," Toledo Polkamotion; "Sounds From the Heart," Jimmy Webber & the Sounds; "When It's Polka Time at Your House," Jimmy Sturr & His Orchestra.

Children: "Doc Watson Sings Songs for Little Pickers," Doc Watson; "How the Leopard Got His Spots," Danny Glover, narration, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, music; "The Little Mermaid" (various artists and songs from the motion picture), Roy Dotrice, narrator; "The Little Mermaid -- Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" (songs and instrumental score), Howard Ashman and Alan Menken, composers; "The Rock-a-Bye Collection--Volume Two," J. Aaron Brown and David R. Lehman, producers.

Comedy: "The Best of Bob & Ray: Selections From a Career, Volume 4," Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding; "The Best of Comic Relief '90," various; "Jonathan Winters Into the . . . '90s," Jonathan Winters; "More News From Lake Wobegon," Garrison Keillor; "P.D.Q. Bach: Oedipus Tex & Other Choral Calamities," Professor Peter Schickele.

Spoken or Non-Musical: " 'Diane . . . ' The Twin Peaks Tapes of Agent Cooper," Kyle MacLachlan; "Gracie: A Love Story," George Burns; "Jimmy Stewart and His Poems," Jimmy Stewart; "A Prairie Home Companion: The 4th Annual Farewell Performance," Garrison Keillor; "Profiles in Courage," John F. Kennedy Jr.

Musical Cast Show Album: "Anything Goes," John Frazer, album producer; "Black and Blue," Hugh Fordin, album producer; "City of Angels," Cy Coleman and Mike Bernicker, album producers, Cy Coleman, composer, David Zippel, lyrics; "Gypsy," John McClure, producer; "Les Miserables, the Complete Symphonic Recording," David Caddick, producer.

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