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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

Instrumental Composition: "Change of Heart" (track from "Question and Answer"), Pat Metheny; "The Chief" (track from "Reunion"), Pat Metheny; "Going Home" (track from "Live"), Kenny G and Walter Aranasieff; "One Last Pitch" (track from "Lofty's Roach Souffle"), Harry Connick Jr. and Joe Livingston; "The Sinister Minister" (track from "Bela Fleck & the Flecktones"), Bela Fleck.

Film

Instrumental Composition, Motion Picture or TV: "Dick Tracy Original Score," Danny Elfman; "Driving Miss Daisy: End Titles" (track from "Driving Miss Daisy Original Soundtrack"), Hans Zimmer; "Glory," James Horner; "The Little Mermaid: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" (instrumental score portion of album), Alan Menken; "Soundtrack from 'Twin Peaks,' " Angelo Badalamenti.

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.

Song, Motion Picture or TV: "Blaze of Glory," for "Young Guns II," Jon Bon Jovi; "Kiss the Girl," for "The Little Mermaid," Howard Ashman and Alan Menken; "More," for "Dick Tracy," Stephen Sondheim; "Sooner or Later," for "Dick Tracy," Stephen Sondheim; "Under the Sea," for "The Little Mermaid," Alan Menken and Howard Ashman.

Video

Music Video, Short Form: "All I Want," Lightning Seeds, director Tarsem, producer Lexi Godfrey; "Another Day in Paradise," Phil Collins, director Jim Yukich, producer Paul Flattery; "Nothing Compares 2 U," Sinead O'Connor, director John Mayberry, producer Hugh Symmonds; "Oh Father," Madonna, director David Fincher, producer Tim Clawson; "Opposites Attract," Paula Abdul, directors Michael Patterson and Candice Reckinger, producer Sharon Oreck.

Music Video, Long Form: "Bernstein in Berlin Beethoven: Symphony No. 9," Leonard Bernstein, director Humphrey Burton; "Live: Featuring the Rock Opera 'Tommy,' " the Who, director Larry Jordan, producer Michael Pillot; "Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em, the Movie," M. C. Hammer, director Rupert Wainwright, producer John Oetjen; "The Singles Collection," Phil Collins, director Jim Yukich, producer Paul Flattery; "We Too Are One Too," Eurythmics, director Sophie Muller.

Arrangement, Instrumental: "Birdland" (track from "Back on the Block"), Quincy Jones, Ian Prince, Rod Temperton and Jerry Hey; "Born on the Fourth of July," John Williams; "Brush This" (track from "The Groove Shop"), John Clayton; "Monster Movie Music Suite" (track from "Mancini in Surround: Mostly Monsters, Murders and Mys"), Henry Mancini; "Tales of Daring, Chapters 1-4" (track from "Inside Out"), Chick Corea.

Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocals: "Body and Soul," Tony Bennett, arr. by Jorge Calandrelli; "Come Sunday," Donna McElroy, arr. by Mervyn Warren and Cedric Dent; "Fumilayo," Dianne Reeves, arr. by George Duke; "The Places You Find Love," Siedah Garrett and Chaka Khan, arr. by Jerry Hey, Glen Ballard, Cliff Magness and Quincy Jones; "Recipe for Love," Harry Connick Jr., arr. by Mark Shaiman and Harry Connick Jr.

Engineered Recording (Non-Classical): "Back on the Block," Quincy Jones, eng. by Bruce Swedien; "Bedtime Stories," David Baerwald, eng. by Steve Chuchyard and Dan Marnien; " . . . But Seriously," Phil Collins, eng. by Hugh Padgham; "Holdin' a Good Hand," Lee Greenwood, eng. by Scott Hendricks; "Love Is Gonna Getcha," Patti Austin, eng. by Don Murray.

Producer: Glen Ballard; Phil Collins and Hugh Padgham; Mick Jones and Billy Joel; Quincy Jones; Arif Mardin.

Album Package: "Behind the Mask," Fleetwood Mac, art director Jeri Heiden; "Bossanova," Pixies, art director Vaughan Oliver; "Compositions," Anita Baker, art directors Carol Bobolts, Anita Baker and Jim Ladwig; "Days of Open Hand," Suzanne Vega, art directors Len Peltier, Jeffrey Gold and Suzanne Vega; "Songs for Drella," Lou Reed and John Cale, art director Tom Recchion.

Album Notes: "The Complete Galaxy Recordings," Art Pepper, notes by Gary Giddins; "The Chess Box," Bo Diddley, notes by Robert Palmer; "Brownie," Clifford Brown, notes by Dan Morgenstern; "The Jack Kerouac Collection," notes by David Perry; "The Chess Box," Muddy Waters, notes by Mary Katherine Aldin and Robert Palmer.

Classical

Historical Album: Symphonies 1-9 and "Leonore" Overture No. 3," Beethoven, producer John Pfeiffer; "Brownie," Clifford Brown, producer Kiyoshi Koyama; "The Jack Kerouac Collection," producer James Austin; "The Complete Recordings, Robert Johnson," producer Lawrence Cohn; "Aida," "Falstaff," Requiem, Te Deum, "Va,, pensiero," and "Hymn of the Nations," by Verdi; Arturo Toscanini, conductor; producer John Pfeiffer.

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