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The Grammy Nominations

January 09, 1992

Here is the list of the 1991 Grammy Award nominations announced Wednesday:

Pop

* Pop vocal performance, female: "All the Man That I Need" (single), Whitney Houston; "Baby Baby" (single), Amy Grant; "Emotions" (album), Mariah Carey; "Get Here" (single), Oleta Adams; "Something to Talk About" (single), Bonnie Raitt.

* Pop vocal performance, male: "Crazy" (single), Seal; "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" (single), Bryan Adams; "Freedom 90" (single), George Michael; "Walking in Memphis" (single), Marc Cohn; "Warm Your Heart" (album), Aaron Neville; "When a Man Loves a Woman" (single), Michael Bolton.

* Pop performance by a duo or group with vocal: "The Commitments--Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" (album), the Commitments; "Losing My Religion" (single), R.E.M.; "More Than Words" (single), Extreme; "Right Here, Right Now" (single), Jesus Jones; "You're in Love" (single) Wilson Phillips.

* Traditional pop performance: "Blue Lights, Red Light" (album), Harry Connick Jr.; "In a Sentimental Mood: Mathis Sings Ellington" (album), Johnny Mathis; "Pure Schuur" (album), Diane Schuur; "Unforgettable" (single), Natalie Cole (with Nat King Cole); "Warm All Over" (track from "Just for the Record"), Barbra Streisand.

* Pop instrumental performance: "Havana" (album), Dave Grusin; "John Williams Conducts John Williams/The Star Wars Trilogy" (album), John Williams, conductor; the Skywalker Symphony Orchestra; "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" (album), Michael Kamen, conductor; Greater Los Angeles Orchestra; "Saxuality" (album), Candy Dulfer; "Theme From Dying Young" (track from "Dying Young" soundtrack), Kenny G.

Rock

* Rock performance by a duo or group with vocal: "Been Caught Stealing" (single), Jane's Addiction; "Good Man, Good Woman" (track from "Luck of the Draw"), Bonnie Raitt and Delbert McClinton; "Into the Great Wide Open" (album), Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers; "Radio Song" (single), R.E.M.; "Silent Lucidity" (single), Queensryche.

* Hard rock performance with vocal: "For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge" (album), Van Halen; "Man in the Box" (single), Alice in Chains; "Moneytalks" (track from "Razors Edge"), AC/DC; "Use Your Illusion I" (album), Guns N' Roses.

* Metal performance with vocal: "Attack of the Killer B's" (album), Anthrax; "Badmotorfinger" (album), Soundgarden; "Hangar 18" (single), Megadeth; "Metallica" (album), Metallica; "1916" (album), Motorhead.

* Rock instrumental performance (includes rock, hard rock & metal instrumentals): "Cliffs of Dover" (single), Eric Johnson; "88 Elmira Street" (album), Danny Gatton; "Kind of Bird" (track from "Shades of 2 Worlds"), Allman Brothers Band; "Masquerade" (track from "Union"), Yes; "Where's My Thing?" (track from "Roll the Bones"), Rush.

* Rap solo performance: "Fly Girl" (single), Queen Latifah; "Here Comes the Hammer (Version I)" (single), Hammer; "It's a Shame (My Sister)" (single), Monie Love; "Mama Said Knock You Out" (single), LL Cool J; "New Jack Hustler (Nino's Theme)" (single), Ice-T.

* Rap performance by a duo or group: "Apocalypse 91 . . . The Enemy Strikes Black" (album), Public Enemy; "Let's Talk About Sex" (single), Salt-N-Pepa; "Now That We Found Love" (single), Heavy D. & the Boyz; "O.P.P." (single), Naughty by Nature; "Summertime" (single), D.J. Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince.

* Rock song: "Been Caught Stealing," Jane's Addiction; "Can't Stop the Thing We Started," Bryan Adams and Robert John (Mutt) Lange; "Enter Sandman," James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich and Kirk Hammett; "Learning to Fly," Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne; "Silent Lucidity," Chris DeGarmo; "Soul Cages," Sting.

Country

* Country performance by a duo or group with vocal (for organized duos or groups): "Electric Barnyard" (album), Kentucky HeadHunters; "Forever's As Far As I'll Go" (single), Alabama; "Love Can Build a Bridge" (single), the Judds; "Meet in the Middle" (single), Diamond Rio; "Men" (track from Talkin' Bout Men), Forrester Sisters; "Zone of Our Own" (album), Texas Tornados.

* Country vocal collaboration (For duos or groups of artists who do not normally sing together): "Brotherly Love" (single), Keith Whitley and Earl Thomas Conley; "Hold on Partner" (single), Roy Rogers and Clint Black; "Hopelessly Yours" (track from "A Perfect 10"), Lee Greenwood and Suzy Bogguss; "Restless" (single), Steve Wariner, Ricky Skaggs and Vince Gill (from the Mark O'Connor & the New Nashville Cats album); "Rockin' Years" (single), Dolly Parton and Ricky Van Shelton.

* Country instrumental performance: "Neck and Neck" (album), Chet Atkins and Mark Knopfler; "The New Nashville Cats" (album), Mark O'Connor; "Orange Blossom Special" (track from "Hillbilly Fever"), Osborne Brothers; "Poultry Promenade" (track from "Diamond Rio") Diamond Rio; "Song for Jessica" (track from "R&B"), Roy Rogers and Norton Buffalo.

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