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The 37th Grammy Nominations

January 06, 1995

World Music

Best World Music Album Vocal or Instrumental: "Love & Liberte," Gipsy Kings; "Angelus," Milton Nascimento; "The Guide (WOMMAT)," Youssou N'Dour; "Talking Timbuktu," Ali Farka Toure with Ry Cooder; "Sabsylma," Zap Mama.


Best Polka Album, Vocal or Instrumental: "Always . . . Forever . . . And a Day," Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones; "Your Polka Sweethearts," Happy Louie & Julcia's Polka Band; "Jan Lewan & His Orchestra," Jan Lewan; "Music & Friends," Walter Ostanek Band; "Polka Your Troubles Away," Jimmy Sturr & His Orchestra Featuring Johnny Karas.


Best Musical Album for Children: "Bananaphone," Raffi (Michel Creber and Raffi, producers); "The Lion King (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)," various artists (Mark Mancina, Jay Rifkin, Chris Thomas and Hans Zimmer, producers); "Little Sleepy Eyes," various artists (J. Aaron Brown, Otis Forrest and David R. Lehman, producers); "The Manhattan Transfer Meets Tubby the Tuba," the Manhattan Transfer (Joseph Magee and Timothy Russell, producers); "Return to Pooh Corner," Kenny Loggins (Kenny Loggins, Terry Nelson and David Pack, producers).

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 Spoken Word Album for Children: "Aladdin and the Magic Lamp," John Hurt (Brian Gleeson, Mickey Hart and C.W. Rogers, producers); "The Creation," Amy Grant (Bela Fleck, Brian Gleeson & Craig Rogers, producers); "Johnny Appleseed," Garrison Keillor (Ken Hoin and Mark O'Connor, producers); "The Lion King Read-Along," original cast, Robert Guillaume (Ted Kryczko and Randy Thornton, producers); "The Magic School Bus: Fun With Sound," various artists including Lily Tomlin and Carol Channing (John Wynne, producer).

Spoken Word

Best Spoken Word or Non-Musical Album: "Baseball," (Geoffrey C. Ward and Ken Burns, authors) Ken Burns; "The Bible (The New Testament)," Gregory Peck; "Get in the Van: On the Road With Black Flag," (Henry Rollins, author) Henry Rollins; "Hamlet," (William Shakespeare, author) Kenneth Branagh and the Renaissance Theatre Co.; "Schindler's List," (Thomas Keneally, author) Ben Kingsley.

Best Spoken Comedy Album: "Attention Butt Pirates and Lesbetarians," Judy Tenuta; "The Jerky Boys 2," The Jerky Boys; "Live From Hell," Sam Kinison; "The Official Politically Correct Dictionary and Handbook," (Henry Beard and Christopher Cerf, authors) Christopher Cerf; "They're All Gonna Laugh at You," Adam Sandler.

Musical Show

Best Musical Show Album: "Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Blvd.," Andrew Lloyd Webber and Nigel Wright, producers (Don Black and Christopher Hampton, lyricists; Andrew Lloyd Webber, composer; American premiere cast with Glenn Close); "Beauty and the Beast: A New Musical," Bruce Botnick and Alan Menken, producers (Original Broadway cast; Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, lyricists; Alan Menken, composer); "Crazy for You," Paul Gemignani and Stewart Mackintosh, producers (Original London cast; Ira Gershwin, lyricist; George Gershwin, composer) "Passion," Phil Ramone, producer (Stephen Sondheim, lyricist; Stephen Sondheim, composer; original Broadway cast); "Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel," Jay Landers and Tony McAnany, producers (1994 Broadway cast; Oscar Hammerstein, lyricist; Richard Rogers, composer).


Best Instrumental Composition: "A Mis Abuelos," Arturo Sandoval, composer (Arturo Sandoval, artist); "African Skies," Michael Brecker, composer (Brecker Brothers, artist); "Elegy in Blue," Benny Carter, composer (Benny Carter, artist); "Ellington-Strayhorn Suite," Louie Bellson, composer (Louie Bellson, artist); "Evanescence," Maria Schneider, composer (Maria Schneider Jazz Orchestra, artist).

Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion Picture or for Television: "The Lion King (Instrumental Tracks)," Hans Zimmer, composer; "Little Buddha," Ryuichi Sakamoto, composer; "Schindler's List," John Williams, composer; "The Shawshank Redemption," Thomas Newman, composer; "Wolf," Ennio Morricone.

Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television: "Can You Feel the Love Tonight (From 'The Lion King')," Elton John and Tim Rice, songwriters (Elton John, artist); "Circle of Life (From 'The Lion King')," Elton John and Tim Rice, songwriters (Elton John, artist); "The Day I Fall in Love (From 'Beethoven's 2nd')," James Ingram, Clif Magness and Carole Bayer Sager, songwriters (Dolly Parton and James Ingram, artists); "I'll Remember (Theme From 'With Honors')," M. Ciccone, Patrick Leonard and Richard Page, songwriters (Madonna, artist); "Streets of Philadelphia (From 'Philadelphia')," Bruce Springsteen, songwriter (Bruce Springsteen, artist).


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