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THE 38TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS

And All the Top Vote-Getters Are . . .

February 29, 1996

General Categories

* Record of the Year: "Kiss From a Rose," Seal (Trevor Horn, producer)

* Album of the Year: "Jagged Little Pill," Alanis Morissette (Glen Ballard, producer)

* Song of the Year: "Kiss From a Rose," Seal (Seal, artist)

* Best New Artist: Hootie & the Blowfish

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Pop

* Female Pop Vocal: "No More 'I Love You's,' " Annie Lennox

* Male Pop Vocal: "Kiss From a Rose," Seal

* Pop Duo or Group With Vocal: "Let Her Cry," Hootie & the Blowfish

* Pop Vocal Collaboration: "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?," the Chieftains with Van Morrison

* Pop Instrumental Performance: "Mariachi Suite," Los Lobos (track from "Desperado" soundtrack)

* Pop Album: "Turbulent Indigo," Joni Mitchell (Larry Klein and Mitchell, producers)

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Traditional Pop

* Traditional Pop Vocal: "Duets II," Frank Sinatra

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Rock

* Female Rock Vocal: "You Oughta Know," Alanis Morissette

* Male Rock Vocal: "You Don't Know How It Feels," Tom Petty

* Rock Duo or Group With Vocal: "Run-Around," Blues Traveler

* Hard Rock Performance: "Spin the Black Circle," Pearl Jam

* Metal Performance: "Happiness in Slavery," Nine Inch Nails

* Rock Instrumental Performance: "Jessica," Allman Brothers Band (track from "2nd Set--An Evening With the Allman Brothers Band")

* Rock Song: "You Oughta Know," Glen Ballard, Alanis Morissette (Morissette, artist)

* Rock Album: "Jagged Little Pill," Alanis Morissette (Glen Ballard, producer)

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Alternative

* Alternative Music Performance: "MTV Unplugged in New York," Nirvana

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R&B

* Female R&B Vocal: "I Apologize," Anita Baker

* Male R&B Vocal: "For Your Love," Stevie Wonder

* R&B Duo or Group With Vocal: "Creep," TLC

* R&B Song: "For Your Love," Stevie Wonder (Wonder, artist)

* R&B Album: "CrazySexyCool," TLC

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Rap

* Rap Solo Performance: "Gangsta's Paradise," Coolio

* Duo or Group Rap Performance: "I'll Be There for You/You're All I Need to Get By," Method Man Featuring Mary J. Blige

* Rap Album: "Poverty's Paradise," Naughty by Nature (Naughty by Nature, producer)

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Country

* Female Country Vocal: "Baby, Now That I've Found You," Alison Krauss

* Male Country Vocal: "Go Rest High on That Mountain," Vince Gill

* Country Duo or Group With Vocal: "Here Comes the Rain," the Mavericks

* Country Collaboration With Vocals: "Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart," Shenandoah With Alison Krauss

* Country Instrumental Performance: "Hightower," Asleep at the Wheel

* Country Song: "Go Rest High on That Mountain," Vince Gill (Gill, artist)

* Country Album: "The Woman in Me," Shania Twain (Robert John "Mutt" Lange, producer)

* Bluegrass Album: "Unleashed," the Nashville Bluegrass Band

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New Age

* New Age Album: "Forest," George Winston

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Jazz

* Contemporary Jazz Performance: "We Live Here," Pat Metheny Group

* Jazz Vocal Performance: "An Evening With Lena Horne," Lena Horne

* Jazz Instrumental Solo: "Impressions," Michael Brecker

* Jazz Instrumental Performance, Individual or Group: "Infinity," McCoy Tyner Trio featuring Michael Brecker

* Large Jazz Ensemble Performance: "All Blues," GRP All-Star Big Band, Tom Scott

* Latin Jazz Performance: "Antonio Brasileiro," Jobim

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Gospel

* Rock Gospel Album: "Lesson of Love," Ashley Cleveland

* Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: "I'll Lead You Home," Michael W. Smith

* Southern Gospel, Country Gospel or Bluegrass Gospel Album: "Amazing Grace--A Country Salute to Gospel," various artists

* Traditional Soul Gospel Album: "Shirley Caesar Live . . . He Will Come," Shirley Caesar

* Contemporary Soul Gospel Album: "Alone in His Presence," CeCe Winans

* Gospel Album by a Choir or Chorus: "Praise Him . . . Live!," the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, Carol Cymbala, choir director

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Latin

* Latin Pop Performance: "Amor," Jon Secada

* Tropical Latin Performance: "Abriendo Puertas," Gloria Estefan

* Mexican-American Performance: "Flaco Jimenez," Flaco Jimenez

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Blues

* Traditional Blues Album: "Chill Out," John Lee Hooker

* Contemporary Blues Album: "Slippin' In," Buddy Guy

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Folk

* Traditional Folk Album: "South Coast," Ramblin' Jack Elliott

* Contemporary Folk Album: "Wrecking Ball," Emmylou Harris

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Reggae

* Reggae Album: "Boombastic," Shaggy

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World Music

* World Music Album: "Boheme," Deep Forest

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Polka

* Polka Album: "I Love to Polka," Jimmy Sturr

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Children's

* Musical Album for Children: "Sleepy Time Lullabys," Barbara Bailey Hutchison (J. Aaron Brown and David R. Lehman, producers)

* Spoken Word Album for Children: "Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf," Patrick Stewart with Kent Nagano, conductor (Dan Broatman and Martin Sauer, producers)

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Spoken Word

* Spoken Word or Non-Musical Album: "Phenomenal Woman" (Maya Angelou, author), Maya Angelou

* Spoken Comedy Album: "Crank Calls," Jonathan Winters

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Musical Show

* Musical Show Album: "Smokey Joe's Cafe--The Songs of Leiber & Stoller," Jerry Leiber, Arif Mardin, Mike Stoller, producers; Jerry Leiber, lyricist; Mike Stoller, composer; original Broadway cast

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Composing

* Instrumental Composition: "A View From the Side," Bill Holman (Bill Holman Band, artist)

* Instrumental Composition for Motion Picture or Television: "Crimson Tide," Hans Zimmer

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