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The Grammy Nominations

January 09, 1992

* Bluegrass album, vocal or instrumental: "Hillbilly Fever," Osborne Brothers; "Home of the Blues," Nashville Bluegrass Band; "Music Among Friends," Jim and Jesse McReynolds; "Simple Pleasures," Alison Brown; "Spring Training," Carl Jackson, John Starling & the Nash Ramblers.

* Country song: "Don't Rock the Jukebox," Alan Jackson, Roger Murrah and Keith Stegall; "Down at the Twist and Shout," Mary-Chapin Carpenter; "Eagle When She Flies," Dolly Parton; "Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)," Travis Tritt; "Love Can Build a Bridge," Naomi Judd, John Jarvis and Paul Overstreet.

* Country vocal performance, female: "Down at the Twist and Shout" (single), Mary-Chapin Carpenter; "Down to My Last Teardrop," (track from "What Do I Do With Me"), Tanya Tucker; "For My Broken Heart" (album), Reba McEntire; "She's in Love With the Boy" (single), Trisha Yearwood; "Time Passes By" (album), Kathy Mattea.

* Country vocal performance, male: "Don't Rock the Jukebox" (album), Alan Jackson; "Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)" (single), Travis Tritt; "Pocket Full of Gold" (album), Vince Gill; "Ropin' the Wind" (album), Garth Brooks; "Somewhere In My Broken Heart" (single), Billy Dean.


* R&B performance by a duo or group with vocal: "Cooleyhighharmony" (album), Boyz II Men; Doctor's Orders (track from "What You See Is What You Sweat"), Aretha Franklin and Luther Vandross; "Gett Off" (single), Prince * the N.P.G.; "I Wanna Sex You Up" (single), Color Me Badd; "Superwoman" (single), Gladys Knight, Patti LaBelle, Dionne Warwick.

* R&B song: "Can You Stop The Rain" (single), Walter Afanasieff, John Bettis; "How Can I Ease the Pain" (single), Narada Michael Walden, Lisa Fischer; "I Wanna Sex You Up" (single), Dr. Freeze; "I'll Take You There" (single), Alvertis Isbell; "Power of Love/Love Power" (single), Luther Vandross, Marcus Miller, Teddy Vann.

* R&B vocal performance, male: "Can You Stop the Rain" (single), Peabo Bryson; "Gotta Have You" (single), Stevie Wonder; "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" (single), Teddy Pendergrass; "Kissing You" (single), Keith Washington; "Love Over-Due" (album), James Brown; "Power of Love" (album), Luther Vandross.

* R&B vocal performance, female: "Burnin' " (album), Patti LaBelle; "Good Woman" (album), Gladys Knight; "How Can I Ease the Pain" (single), Lisa Fischer; "Runnin' Back to You" (single), Vanessa Williams; "What You See Is What You Sweat" (album), Aretha Franklin.


* Rock-contemporary gospel album for solos, duos or groups: "Brave Heart," Kim Hill; "Go to the Top," De Garmo & Key; "Nu Thang," D.C. Talk; "Simple House," Margaret Becker; "Under Their Influence," Ross Taff.

* Pop gospel album, for solos, duos or groups: "For the Sake of the Call," Steven Curtis Chapman; "Larnelle Live," Larnelle Harris; "The Me Nobody Knows," Marilyn McCoo; "Michael English," Michael English; "Shakin the House . . . Live," Carman and Commissioned (and the Christ Church Choir).

* Southern gospel album for solos, duos or groups: "Hallelujah Time," the Speers; "Homecoming," the Gaither Vocal Band; "Love Will," the Talleys; "Peace in the Valley," J.D. Sumner & the Stamps; "Shoulder to Shoulder," Mid-South Boys; "Still Rollin'," the Chuck Wagon Gang.

* Traditional soul gospel album for solos, duos or groups: "My Faith," Thomas Whitfield; "Pray for Me," Mighty Clouds of Joy; "Thank You Mamma for Praying for Me," the Jackson Southernaires; "This Is Your Night," the Williams Brothers; "The Truth About Christmas," Venessa Bell Armstrong.

* Contemporary soul gospel album for solos, duos or groups: "Different Lifestyles," BeBe & CeCe Winans; "Look a Little Closer," Helen Baylor; "Mean What You Say," Witness; "Phenomenon," Rance Allen Group; "The Promise," Ricky Dillard's New Generation Chorale.

* Gospel album by a choir or chorus: "Above and Beyond," O'Landa Draper & the Associates, O'Landa Draper, choir director; "Edwin Hawkins Music and Arts Seminar Chicago Mass Choir," Music and Arts Seminar Chicago Mass Choir, Edwin Hawkins, choir director; "The Evolution of Gospel," Sounds of Blackness, Gary Hines, choir director; "Hand in Hand," Christ Church Choir, Landy Gardner, choir director; "Jesus Be Praised," the Brooklyn Tabernacle Singers, Carol Cymbala, choir director; "Rev. James Cleveland and the L.A. Gospel Messengers," L.A. Gospel Messengers, Rev. James Cleveland, choir director.


* Contemporary jazz performance: "Ashes to Ashes," Joe Sample; "Claus Ogerman Featuring Michael Brecker," Claus Ogerman & Michael Brecker; "Flight of the Cosmic Hippo," Bela Fleck & the Flecktones; "Greenhouse," Yellowjackets; "Medicine Music," Bobby McFerrin; "Sassy" (track from "The Offbeat of Avenues"), Manhattan Transfer.

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