Best Rock Album (award to artist and the producer of 51% or more playing time): "Forever Blue," Chris Isaak (Erik Jacobsen, producer); "Jagged Little Pill," Alanis Morissette (Glen Ballard, producer); "Vitalogy," Pearl Jam (Brendan O'Brien and Pearl Jam, producers); "Wildflowers," Tom Petty (Mike Campbell, Tom Petty and Rick Rubin, producers); "Mirror Ball," Neil Young (Brendan O'Brien, producer).
Alternative Music Field
Best Alternative Music Performance, Vocal or Instrumental (for albums only): "Post," Bjork; "Foo Fighters," Foo Fighters; "To Bring You My Love," PJ Harvey; "MTV Unplugged in New York," Nirvana; "The Presidents of the United States of America," the Presidents of the United States of America.
For the Record
Los Angeles Times Wednesday January 10, 1996 Home Edition Calendar Part F Page 7 Entertainment Desk 1 inches; 35 words Type of Material: Correction
Grammy list--An incorrect credit was given in the list of Grammy nominees published Friday. The best musical show candidate "Smokey Joe's Cafe--The Songs of Leiber & Stoller" should have been attributed: words by Jerry Leiber, music by Mike Stoller.
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance: "I Apologize," Anita Baker; "Baby," Brandy; "I Belong to You," Toni Braxton; "Always Be My Baby," Mariah Carey; "The Way That You Love," Vanessa Williams.
Best Male R&B Vocal Performance: "Brown Sugar," D'Angelo; "This Is How We Do It," Montell Jordan; "I Hate U," artist formerly known as Prince; "Baby's Home," Barry White; "For Your Love," Stevie Wonder.
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: "I'm Your Man," All-4-One; "If You Love Me," Brownstone; "A Change Is Gonna Come," Terence Trent D'Arby and Booker T & the MG's; "All I Need (Is a Chance)," Take 6; "Creep," TLC.
Best R&B Song: "Brown Sugar," D'Angelo (D'Angelo, artist); "Creep," Dallas Austin (TLC, artist); "For Your Love," Stevie Wonder (Wonder, artist); "Red Light Special," Babyface (TLC, artist); "You Can't Run," Babyface (Vanessa Williams, artist).
Best R&B Album (award to artist and the producer of 51% or more of playing time): "My Life," Mary J. Blige (Sean "Puffy" Combs, Chucky Thompson, producers); "Brown Sugar," D'Angelo (D'Angelo, producer); "The Gold Experience," artist formerly known as Prince (artist formerly known as Prince, producer); "CrazySexyCool," TLC; "The Icon Is Love," Barry White (White, producer).
Best Rap Solo Performance: "Gangsta's Paradise," Coolio; "Keep Their Heads Ring-in'," Dr. Dre; "Big Poppa," the Notorious B.I.G.; "I Wish," Skee-Lo; "Dear Mama," 2Pac.
Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: "1st of tha Month," Bone Thugs-N-Harmony; "Throw Your Set in the Air," Cypress Hill; "I'll Be There for You/You're All I Need to Get By," Method Man Featuring Mary J. Blige; "Feel Me Flow," Naughty by Nature; "What Would U Do?," Tha Dogg Pound.
Best Rap Album (award to artist and the producer of 51% or playing time): "E.1999 Eternal," Bone Thugs-N-Harmony (D.J. U-Neek, producer); "Poverty's Paradise," Naughty by Nature (Naughty by Nature, producer); "Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version," Ol' Dirty Bastard (the RZA, producer); "I Wish," Skee-Lo (Walter "Kandor" Kahn and Skee-Lo, producers); "Me Against the World," 2Pac.
Best Female Country Vocal Performance: "Baby, Now That I've Found You," Alison Krauss; "You Don't Even Know Who I Am," Patty Loveless; "Safe in the Arms of Love," Martina McBride; "Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life)," Pam Tillis; "Any Man of Mine," Shania Twain.
Best Male Country Vocal Performance: "Standing on the Edge of Goodbye," John Berry; "Go Rest High on That Mountain," Vince Gill; "Gone Country," Alan Jackson; "I Can Love You Like That," John Michael Montgomery; "A Thousand Miles From Nowhere," Dwight Yoakam.
Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: "You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone," Brooks & Dunn; "Amy's Back in Austin," Little Texas; "Here Comes the Rain," the Mavericks; "Darned If I Don't (Danged If I Do)," Shenandoah; "Tryin' to Get to New Orleans," the Tractors.
Best Country Collaboration With Vocals: "All My Loving," Suzy Bogguss and Chet Atkins; "A Good Year for the Roses," George Jones and Alan Jackson; "On My Own," Reba McEntire With Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride and Linda Davis; "I Will Always Love You," Dolly Parton and Vince Gill; "Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart," Shenandoah With Alison Krauss.
Best Country Instrumental Performance: "Hightower," Asleep at the Wheel; "Sally Goodin," Byron Berline With Earl Scruggs and Bill Monroe; "Cheeseballs in Cowtown," Bela Fleck; "Cat Walk," Flaco Jimenez and Lee Roy Parnell; "Thunder Road/Sugarfoot Rag," Doc Watson.
Best Country Song "Any Man of Mine," Robert John "Mutt" Lange, Shania Twain (Twain, artist); "Go Rest High on That Mountain," Vince Gill (Gill, artist); "Gone Country," Bob McDill (Alan Jackson, artist); "I Can Love You Like That," Maribeth Derry, Steve Diamond, Jennifer Kimball (John Michael Montgomery, artist); "You Don't Even Know Who I Am," Gretchen Peters (Patty Loveless, artist).