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The Grammy Nominations

January 09, 1992

* Jazz vocal performance: "Ellington Medley" (track from "Mel and George Do World War II"), Mel Torme; "He Is Christmas" (album), Take 6; "Long 'Bout Midnight" (track from "Garfield--Various Artists"), Natalie Cole; "The Offbeat of Avenues" (album), Manhattan Transfer; "You Won't Forget Me" (album), Shirley Horn.

* Jazz instrumental solo: "All Bird's Children" (track from "All Bird's Children"), Phil Woods; "Another Hand" (track from "Another Hand"), David Sanborn; "Bluesette" (track from "Cleo Laine's Jazz"), Toots Thielemans; "How Long Has This Been Going On?" (track from "The Gershwin Connection"), Dave Grusin; "I Remember You" (track from "Serenity"), Stan Getz.

* Jazz instrumental performance, group: "Alive," Chick Corea Akoustic Band; "Another Hand," David Sanborn; "The Gershwin Connection," Dave Grusin; "Lionel Hampton & the Golden Men of Jazz Live at the Blue Note," Lionel Hampton & the Golden Men of Jazz; "Saturday Night at the Blue Note," Oscar Peterson Trio.

* Large jazz ensemble performance: "Art of the Big Band," Bob Mintzer; "The Brass Is Back," Rob McConnell & the Boss Brass; "Dream Keeper," Charlie Haden & the Liberation Music Orchestra; "Live at the Royal Festival Hall," Dizzy Gillespie & the United Nation Orchestra; "Once More With Feeling," Doc Severinsen & the Tonight Show Band; "Paris All-Star Blues (A Tribute to Charlie Parker)," Jay McShann.


* Music video--short form: "Calling Elvis," Dire Straits, Steve Barron, video director, Adam Whitaker, video line producer; "Losing My Religion," R.E.M., Tarsem, video director, Dave Ramser, video line producer; "Series of Dreams," Bob Dylan, Meirt Avis, video director, Ben Dossett, video line producer; "The Thunder Rolls," Garth Brooks, Bud Schaetzle, video director, Martin Fischer, video line producer; "When You Wish Upon a Star," Billy Joel, Scott Garen, video director, Rhaz Zeisler/B.A. Robertson, video line producers.

* Music video--long form: "Lifers Group World Tour Rahway Prison, That's It," Lifers Group, Penelope Spheeris, video director, Jessica Cooper, video line producer; "Live at Yankee Stadium," Billy Joel, Jon Small, video director and video line producer; "Madonna: Blond Ambition World Tour Live," Madonna, David Mallet/Mark (Aldo) Miceli, video directors, Tony Eaton, video line producer; "P.O.V.," Peter Gabriel, Michael Chapman and Hart Perry, video directors, Sandy Lieberson, video line producer; "Year of the Horse," Sinead O'Connor, Sophie Mueller, video director, Steve Fargnoli and James Todd, video line producers.


* Latin pop album, vocal or instrumental: "A Traves De Tus Ojos," Los Bukis; "Amada Mas Que Nunca," Daniela Romo; " . . . Con Amor Eterno," Pandora; "Cosas Del Amor," Vikki Carr; "Flor De Papel," Alejandra Guzman.

* Tropical Latin album: "Bachata Rosa," Juan Luis Guerra; "Caminando," Ruben Blades; "Luces Del Alma," Luis Enrique; "The Mambo King 100th LP," Tito Puente; "A Night at Kimball's East," Poncho Sanchez.

* Mexican-American album: "16 De Septiembre," Little Joe; "Para Adoloridos," Los Tigres Del Norte; "Para Nuestra Gente," Mazz; "Porque Te Quiero," La Sombra.

Blues & Folk

* Traditional blues album: "All My Life," Charles Brown; "Johnnie B. Bad," Johnnie Johnson; "Live at the Apollo," B.B. King; "Mr. Lucky," John Lee Hooker; "Mule Bone," Taj Mahal.

* Contemporary blues album: "Albert Collins," Albert Collins; "Damn Right, I've Got the Blues," Buddy Guy; "Let Me In," Johnny Winter; "Live--Simply the Best," Irma Thomas; "Signature," Charlie Musselwhite.

* Traditional folk album: "Alligator Man," Jimmy C. Newman & Cajun Country; "The Civil War (Original Soundtrack Recording)," various; "Le Mystere Des Voix Bulgares, Vol. 3," various soloists and choirs; "My Dear Old Southern Home," Doc Watson; "Solo--Old-Time Country Music," Mike Seeger.

* Contemporary folk album: "Back on the Bus Y'all," Indigo Girls; "Cajun Conja," Beausoleil; "Interiors," Rosanne Cash; "Jerry Garcia/David Grisman," Jerry Garcia and David Grisman; "The Missing Years," John Prine.


* Classical album: Barber: Symphony No. 1, Piano Concerto, Leonard Slatkin conductor, St. Louis Symphony, John Browning, piano; Bernstein: "Candide," Leonard Bernstein conductor, London Symphony Orchestra, Hadley, Anderson, Ludwig, Green, Gedda; Carter: The Four String Quartets, Duo for Violin & Piano, Juilliard String Quartet, Christopher Oldfather, piano; Corigliano: Symphony No. 1, Daniel Barenboim conductor, Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Hanson: Symhony No. 4, Serenade, "Lament for Beowulf," Gerard Schwarz conductor, Seattle Symphony Orchestra and New York Chamber Symphony; Ives: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 4, Michael Tilson Thomas conductor, Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

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