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The 37th Grammy Nominations

January 06, 1995

Best Jazz Vocal Performance: "Keeping Tradition," Dee Dee Bridgewater; "I Love You, Paris," Shirley Horn; "We'll Be Together Again," Lena Horne; "Mystery Lady (Songs of Billie Holiday)," Etta James; "Blue Light 'til Dawn," Cassandra Wilson.

Best Jazz Instrumental Solo: "African Skies," Michael Brecker, soloist; "Prelude to a Kiss," Benny Carter, soloist; "Lush Life," Chick Corea, soloist; "Alone Together," Charlie Haden, soloist; "Pinocchio," Wayne Shorter, soloist.

Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Individual or Group: "Elegy in Blue," Benny Carter; "A Tribute to Miles," Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock, Wallace Roney, Wayne Shorter and Tony Williams; "Always Say Goodbye," Charlie Haden Quartet West; "Tenor Legacy," Joe Lovano; "Rapsodia," Gonzalo Rubalcaba.

Best Large Jazz Ensemble Performance: "Desert Lady/Fantasy," Toshiko Akiyoshi; "Big Band Theory," Carla Bley; "Only in New York," Bob Mintzer Big Band; "Evanescence," Maria Schneider Jazz Orchestra; "Journey," McCoy Tyner Big Band.

For the Record
Los Angeles Times Tuesday January 10, 1995 Home Edition Calendar Part F Page 5 Column 3 Entertainment Desk 2 inches; 40 words Type of Material: Correction
Nirvana album-- Nirvana's "MTV Unplugged in New York" was not eligible for a 1994 Grammy nomination because it was released after the Sept. 30, 1994, Grammy deadline. A commentary in Friday's Calendar suggested that the album, which was released on Nov. 1, should have been nominated.

Best Latin Jazz Performance: "Taboo," Ray Barretto & New World Spirit; "944 Columbus," Mario Bauza & the Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra; "Crossroads," Jerry Gonzalez & the Fort Apache Band; "Palmas," Eddie Palmieri; "Danzon (Dance On)," Arturo Sandoval.


Best Rock Gospel Album: "To Extremes," DeGarmo & Key; "Going Public," Newsboys; "Wake-Up Call," Petra; "Squint," Steve Taylor; "Strong Hand of Love--A Tribute to Mark Heard," (various artists) Dan Russell, producer.

Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: "The Light Inside," Gary Chapman; "Heaven in the Real World," Steven Curtis Chapman; "Mercy," Andrae Crouch; "Beyond All the Limits," Larnelle Harris; "First Christmas," Bebe & CeCe Winans.

Best Southern Gospel, Country Gospel or Bluegrass Gospel Album: "Tell It Again," Wendy Bagwell & the Sunliters; "High and Lifted Up," the Cathedrals; "The Door," Charlie Daniels; "I Know Who Holds Tomorrow," Alison Krauss and the Cox Family; "Just Stopped By," the Torchmen.

Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album: "I Will Trust in the Lord . . . ," Rev. James Moore; " 'Live' With the Georgia Mass Choir--Feel Like . . . ," Dorothy Norwood; "Songs of the Church--Live in Memphis," Albertina Walker; "In This Place," the Williams Brothers; "Come Thou Almighty King," Rev. Timothy Wright (and the N.Y. Fellowship Mass Choir).

Best Contemporary Soul Gospel Album: "Save the World," Yolanda Adams; "The Live Experience," Helen Baylor; "Matters of the Heart," Commissioned; "To a Higher Place," Tramaine Hawkins; "Join the Band," Take 6.

Best Gospel Album by a Choir or Chorus: "Through God's Eyes," Rev. Milton Brunson, choir director (the Thompson Community Singers); "Live . . . A Celebration of Praise," O'Landa Draper, choir director (the Associates); "Kings & Kingdoms," Edwin Hawkins, choir director (Music & Arts Seminar Mass Choir); "We Haven't Forgotten You," Kurt Carr, choir director (the Los Angeles Gospel Messengers); "Live in Atlanta at Morehouse College," Hezekiah Walker, choir director (the Love Fellowship Crusade Choir).


Best Latin Pop Performance, Vocal or Instrumental: "El Camino Del Alma," Cristian; "De Mi Alma Latina," Placido Domingo; "Gracias Por Esperar," Juan Gabriel; "Vida," La Mafia; "Segundo Romance," Luis Miguel.

Best Tropical Latin Performance, Vocal or Instrumental: "Master Sessions Volume 1," Cachao; "Luis Enrique," Luis Enrique; "Fogarate!," Juan Luis Guerra 440; "La Aventura," Orquesta De La Luz; "Cara De Nino," Jerry Rivera.

Best Mexican-American Performance, Vocal or Instrumental: "Dime Cuando Volveras," Ramon Ayala y Los Bravos Del Norte; "Recuerdo a Javier Solis," Vikki Carr; "Recordando a Los Panchos," Vicente Fernandez; "La Diferenzia," La Diferenzia; "El Bronco," Los Terribles Del Norte; "Amor Prohibido," Selena.


Best Traditional Blues Album, Vocal or Instrumental: "From the Cradle," Eric Clapton; "Living the Blues," James Cotton; "Trouble No More," John Hammond; "In My Time," Charlie Musselwhite; "Ain't Enough Comin' In," Otis Rush.

Best Contemporary Blues Album, Vocal or Instrumental: "Shame + a Sin," Robert Cray Band; "Father Father," Pops Staples; "Force of Nature," Koko Taylor; "Strange Pleasure," Jimmie Vaughan; "Bow Wow," Johnny (Guitar) Watson.


Best Traditional Folk Album, Vocal or Instrumental: "L'Echo," BeauSoleil; "Ritual--Le Mystere Des Voix Bulgares," the Bulgarian State Television Female Vocal Choir, Dora Hristova, conductor; "World Gone Wrong," Bob Dylan; "Liph' Iqiniso," Ladysmith Black Mambazo; "Wheel of Fortune," John Renbourn and Robin Williamson; "Third Annual Farewell Reunion," Mike Seeger.

Best Contemporary Folk Album, Vocal or Instrumental: "American Recordings," Johnny Cash; "Cover Girl," Shawn Colvin; "My Life," Iris DeMent; "Flyer," Nanci Griffith; "Swamp Ophelia," Indigo Girls.


Best Reggae Album Vocal or Instrumental: "Rise and Shine," Aswad; "Strongg," Black Uhuru; "Light My Fire," Dennis Brown; "Reggae Dancer," Inner Circle; "Stir It Up," various artists; "Crucial! Roots Classics," Bunny Wailer.

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