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The 37th Grammy Nominations

January 06, 1995

Best Instrumental Arrangement: "A Mis Abuelos," Richard Eddy and Arturo Sandoval, arrangers (Arturo Sandoval, artist); "Bebop," Toshiko Akiyoshi, arranger (Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra, artist); "Ellington-Strayhorn Suite," Louie Bellson, arranger (Louie Bellson, artist); "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning," Nan Schwartz Mishkin, arranger (John Williams and the Boston Pops Orchestra, artists); "Three Cowboy Songs," Dave Grusin, arranger (Dave Grusin, artist).

Best Instrumental Arrangement With Accompanying Vocal: "Ability to Swing," Patti Austin, Jerry Hey, Bob James, Lee Ritenour and Mervyn Warren, arrangers (Patti Austin, artist); "Circle of Life," Andrae Crouch, Lebo Morake and Hans Zimmer, arrangers (Carmen Twillie, artist); "I Can't Make You Love Me," Jeremy Lubbock, arranger (Nancy Wilson, artist); "I've Got a Crush on You," Patrick Williams (and Nelson Riddle), arrangers (Frank Sinatra and Barbra Streisand, artists); "Without a Word of Warning," Alan Broadbent, arranger (Mel Torme, artist); "Young at Heart," Johnny Mandel, arranger (Tony Bennett and Shawn Colvin, artists).

Packaging

Best Recording Package: "Boingo," Deborah Norcross, art director (Boingo, artist); "Jar of Flies," Mary Maurer, art director (Alice in Chains, artist); "Secret World Live," Michael Coulson, art director (Peter Gabriel, artist); "Tribute to the Music of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys," Buddy Jackson, art director (Asleep at the Wheel, artist); "Very Relentless," Mark Farrow, Pet Shop Boys and David Wieo, art directors (Pet Shop Boys, artist).

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 Recording Package-Boxed: "Boingo," Deborah Norcross, art director (Boingo, artist); "The Complete Bud Powell on Verve," David Lau, art director (Bud Powell, artist); "The Complete Ella Fitzgerald Song Books," Chris Thompson, art director (Ella Fitzgerald, artist); "Monster (LTD)," Chris Bilheimer, Tom Recchion and Michael Stipe, art directors (R.E.M., artist); "Songs of the West," Geoff Gans and Coco Shinomiya, art directors (various artists).

Album Notes

Best Album Notes: "Beauty Is a Rare Thing--The Complete Atlantic Recordings," Yves Beauvais, Don Cherry, Ornette Coleman and Robert Palmer, album notes writers (Ornette Coleman; "The Complete Bud Powell on Verve," Francis Pandras, Celia Powell, Peter Pullman, Sonny Rollins and Horace Silver, album notes writers (Bud Powell, artist); "Louis Armstrong: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 1923-1934," Dan Morgenstern and Loren Schoenberg, album notes writers (Louis Armstrong, artist); "Otis! The Definitive," Carol Cooper, Steve Greenberg and Jaime Wolf, album notes writers (Otis Redding, artist); "Sam Cooke's SAR Records Story 1959-1965," Peter Guralnick, album notes writer (various artists).

Historical

Best Historical Album: "Andres Segovia: A Centenary Celebration," Israel Horowitz, compilation producer (Andres Segovia, artist); "The Complete Decca Masters (Plus)," Ron O'Brien, compilation producer (Judy Garland, artist); "The Complete Ella Fitzgerald Song Books on Verve," Michael Lang, compilation producer (Ella Fitzgerald, artist); "Louis Armstrong: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 1923-1934," Dan Morgenstern and Nedra Olds-Neal, compilation producers (Louis Armstrong, artist); "The Song Is You," Paul Williams, compilation producer (Tommy Dorsey and Frank Sinatra, artists); "Songs of the West," James Austin and Randy Poe, compilation producers (various artists).

Production

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical: "The Division Bell," Andrew Jackson, engineer (Pink Floyd, artist); "I'm Alive," Ed Cherney, Paul Dieter and Rik Pekkonen, engineers (Jackson Browne, artist); "Longing in Their Hearts," Ed Cherney, engineer (Bonnie Raitt, artist); "Rhythm, Country + Blues," Chuck Ainlay, Ed Cherney, Roger Nichols, Rik Pekkonen, Don Smith and Bob Clearmountain, engineers (various artists); "Seal," Robin Barclay, Sean Chenery, Steve Fitzmaurice, Gregg Jackman, Steve MacMillin, Carmen Rizzo, Tim Weidner and Paul Wright, engineers (Seal, artist).

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