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The 35th Grammy Awards Nominations : General Categories

January 08, 1993

* Best Music Video, Short: "Free Your Mind" (En Vogue), Mark Romanek, video director; Krista Montagna, video line producer; "Digging in the Dirt" (Peter Gabriel), John Downer, video director & video line producer; "Kiko and the Lavender Moon" (Los Lobos), Ondrej Rudavsky, video director; Axel Ericson, video line producer; "Church" (Lyle Lovett), Matt Mahurin, video director; Louise Feldman, video line producer;"What God Wants (Roger Waters) Tony Kaye, Video Director; Sarah Whistler, video line producer.

* Best Music Video, Long: "Classic Visions 5--Gershwin, D'Albert, Strauss, Honegger (the Swiss Radio Symphony Orchestra) Matthias Bamert, conductor, Adrian Marthaler, video director; Armin Brunner, video line producer; "Phallus in Wonderland" (Gwar), Distortion Wells & Judas Bullhorn, video directors; Dean English, video line producer; "Hammerin' Home" (Hammer), Rupert Wainwright, video director; Guy J. Louthan, Terance Power & Oliver Fuselier, video line producers; "Diva" (Annie Lennox) Sophie Muller, video director; Rob Small, video line producer; "The Enemy Strikes Live" (Public Enemy), Larry Holland, Video Director; J. Kevin Swain, video line producer.


* Best Instrumental: "Bennie Moten's Weird Nightmare" (Track from "The Calculus of Pleasure), Russ Gershon; "Airegin" (Track from GRP All-Star Big Band), Michael Abene; "Strike up the Band" (Track from Brassy & Sassy), Rob McConnell; "Cherokee" (Track from I Remember Clifford), Gary Lindsay; "Values" (Track from LAB 91), Neil Slater,

* Best Instrumental, Accompanying Vocal(s): "Lush Life" (Track from It's Over), Robert Farnon; "Stella by Starlight" (Track from Nnenna Freelon), Bob Freedman; "Here's to Life" (Track from Here's To Life), Johnny Mandel; "Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out to Dry" (Track from In Tribute), Jeremy Lubbock; "Why Do the Nations So Furiously Rage?" (Track from Handel's Messiah: A Soulful Celebration) Mervyn Warren.


* Best Engineering (Non-Classical) Album: "Out of the Cradle" (Lindsey Buckingham), Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut, Kevin Killen, Greg Droman & Chris Lord-Alge, engineers; "Dangerous" (Michael Jackson), Bruce Swedien & Teddy Riley, engineers; "Ingenue" (k.d. lang), Greg Penny & Marc Ramaer, Engineers; "Brasileiro" (Sergio Mendes), Moogie Canazio, engineer; "The Hunter" (Jennifer Warnes), Elliot Scheiner & Walter New, engineers.


* Best Producer (Non-Classical) of the Year: Mitchell Froom, Daniel Lanois & Brian Eno, L.A. Reid & Babyface, Teddy Riley, Chris Thomas.

Album Package

* Best Album Package: "Spellbound" (Paula Abdul), Melanie Nissen, art director; "Queen of Soul" (Aretha Franklin), Geoff Gans, art director; "Too Legit to Quit" (Hammer),Tommy Steele, art director; "Elvis the King of Rock 'n' Roll" (Elvis Presley), Ria Lewerke & Norman Moore, art directors; "99.9 F" (Suzanne Vega), Len Peltier, art director.

Album Notes

* Best Album Notes: "The Complete Capitol Recordings of the Nat King Cole Trio" (Nat King Cole Trio), Will Friedwald & Dick Katz; "Queen of Soul" (Aretha Franklin), Dave Marsh, Jerry Wexler, David Ritz, Thulani Davis, Ahmet Ertegun, Tom Dowd & Arif Mardin; "Elvis the King of Rock 'n' Roll" (Elvis Presley), Peter Guralnick; "Roots 'n' Blues the Retrospective (1925-1950)" (Various), Pete Welding & Lawrence Cohn; "You're the Top: Cole Porter in the 1930s" (Various), Robert Kimball & Richard M. Sudhalter.


* Best Historical Album: "The Complete Capitol Recordings of the Nat King Cole Trio"(Nat King Cole Trio), Michael Cuscuna, album producer; "Les Paul: The Legend & the Legacy"(Les Paul) Ron Furmanek, album producer; "Elvis the King of Rock 'n' Roll" (Elvis Presley), Ernst Mikael Jorgenson & Roger Semon, album producers; "Music of Disney--A Legacy in Song"(Various), Michael Leon, album producer; "You're the Top: Cole Porter in the 1930s" (Various), Susan Elliott, Robert Kimball & Richard M. Sudhalter, album producers.


* Best Classical Album: Beethoven: Symphonies (complete), Nicholas Harnoncourt, conductor, Chamber Orchestra of Europe (Helmut Muhle, producer); "Cecilia Bartoli: Rossini Heroines," Cecilia Bartoli, mezzo-soprano, Ion Marin, conductor, Orchestra and Chorus of Teatro la Fenice, (Christopher Raeburn, producer); Gorecki: Symphony No. 3, David Zinman, conductor; Dawn Upshaw, soprano, London Sinfonietta (Colin Matthews, producer); Mahler: Symphony No. 9, Leonard Bernstein, conductor, Berlin Philharmonic (Horst Dittberner, producer); R. Strauss: "Die Frau ohne Schatten," Sir Georg Solti, conductor, Vienna Philharmonic, with singers Behrens, Varady, Runkel, Domingo, Varady, Van Dam (Jo Christopher Raeburn, Morten Winding and Stephen Trainor, producers).

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