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The 40th Annual Grammy Nominations

Complete List of Academy Voter Picks

January 07, 1998

General Categories

* Record of the Year: "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?," Paula Cole (Cole, producer); "Sunny Came Home," Shawn Colvin (John Leventhal, producer); "Everyday Is a Winding Road," Sheryl Crow (Crow, producer); "MMMBop," Hanson (the Dust Brothers, producers); "I Believe I Can Fly," R. Kelly (Kelly, producer).

* Album of the Year: "The Day," Babyface (Babyface, producer); "This Fire," Paula Cole (Cole, producer); "Time Out of Mind," Bob Dylan (Daniel Lanois, producer); "Flaming Pie," Paul McCartney (Jeff Lynne, George Martin and McCartney, producers); "OK Computer," Radiohead (Nigel Godrich and Radiohead, producers).

* Song of the Year: "Don't Speak," Eric Stefani and Gwen Stefani (No Doubt, artist); "How Do I Live," Diane Warren (LeAnn Rimes and Trisha Yearwood, artists); "I Believe I Can Fly," R. Kelly (Kelly, artist); "Sunny Came Home," Shawn Colvin and John Leventhal (Colvin, artist); "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?," Paula Cole (Cole, artist).

* Best New Artist: Fiona Apple, Erykah Badu, Paula Cole, Puff Daddy, Hanson.

Pop

* Best Female Vocal: "Butterfly," Mariah Carey; "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?," Paula Cole; "Sunny Came Home," Shawn Colvin; "Foolish Games," Jewel; "Building a Mystery," Sarah McLachlan.

* Best Male Vocal: "Every Time I Close My Eyes," Babyface; "Candle in the Wind 1997," Elton John; "Whenever Wherever Whatever," Maxwell; "Fly Like an Eagle," Seal; "Barely Breathing," Duncan Sheik.

* Best Group Vocal: "Silver Springs," Fleetwood Mac; "MMMBop," Hanson; "Virtual Insanity," Jamiroquai; "Don't Speak," No Doubt; "Anybody Seen My Baby?," the Rolling Stones.

* Best Collaboration With Vocals: "How Come, How Long," Babyface and Stevie Wonder; "God Bless the Child," Tony Bennett (with Billie Holiday); "Don't Look Back," John Lee Hooker with Van Morrison; "I Finally Found Someone," Barbra Streisand and Bryan Adams; "Tell Him," Barbra Streisand and Celine Dion.

* Best Instrumental Performance: "Song for My Brother," George Benson; "An Gaoth Aneas," the Chieftains; "Havana," Kenny G; "Last Dance," Sarah McLachlan; "Soulful Strut," Grover Washington Jr.

* Best Dance Recording: "Da Funk," Daft Punk; "Ooh Aah . . . Just a Little Bit," Gina G; "To Step Aside," Pet Shop Boys; "Space Jam," Quad City DJs; "Carry On," Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder.

* Best Pop Album: "This Fire," Paula Cole; "The Dance," Fleetwood Mac; "Traveling Without Moving," Jamiroquai; "Surfacing," Sarah McLachlan; "Hourglass," James Taylor.

Traditional Pop

* Best Traditional Pop Vocal: "Julie Andrews' Broadway/Here I'll Stay," Julie Andrews; "Tony Bennett on Holiday," Tony Bennett; "Mothers & Daughters," Rosemary Clooney; "Sondheim, Etc.,--Live at Carnegie Hall," Bernadette Peters; "Film Noir," Carly Simon.

Rock

* Best Female Rock Vocal: "Criminal," Fiona Apple; "Bitch," Meredith Brooks; "Shy," Ani DiFranco; "Four Leaf Clover," Abra Moore; "1959," Patti Smith.

* Best Male Rock Vocal: "Dead Man Walking," David Bowie; "Cold Irons Bound," Bob Dylan; "Blueboy," John Fogerty; "Just Another Day," John Mellencamp; "Thunder Road," Bruce Springsteen.

* Best Duo or Group Rock Performance: "Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees)," Aerosmith; "The Chain," Fleetwood Mac; "Push," Matchbox 20; "Crash Into Me," Dave Matthews Band; "One Headlight," the Wallflowers.

* Best Hard Rock Performance: "Swallowed," Bush; "Monkey Wrench," Foo Fighters; "The Perfect Drug," Nine Inch Nails; "People of the Sun," Rage Against the Machine; "The End Is the Beginning Is the End," the Smashing Pumpkins.

* Best Metal Performance: "Drowning in a Daydream," Corrosion of Conformity; "No Place to Hide," Korn; "Trust," Megadeth; "Cemetery Gates," Pantera; "Aenema," Tool.

* Best Rock Instrumental Performance: "Block Rockin' Beats," the Chemical Brothers; "In the Beginning," Robben Ford; "S.R.V.," Eric Johnson; "Summer Song," Joe Satriani; "For the Love of God," Steve Vai.

* Best Rock Song: "Bitch," Meredith Brooks and Shelly Peiken (Brooks, artist); "Crash Into Me," David Matthews (Dave Matthews Band, artist); "Criminal," Fiona Apple (Apple, artist); "The Difference," Jakob Dylan (the Wallflowers, artist); "One Headlight," Jakob Dylan (the Wallflowers, artist).

* Best Rock Album: "Nine Lives," Aerosmith (Kevin Shirley, producer); "Blue Moon Swamp," John Fogerty (Fogerty, producer); "The Colour and the Shape," Foo Fighters (Gil Norton, producer); "Bridges to Babylon," the Rolling Stones (the Glimmer Twins and Don Was, producers); "Pop," U2 (Flood, producer).

Alternative

* Best Alternative Music Performance: "Homogenic," Bjork; "Earthling," David Bowie; "Dig Your Own Hole," the Chemical Brothers; "The Fat of the Land," Prodigy; "OK Computer," Radiohead.

R&B

* Best Female R&B Vocal Performance: "On & On," Erykah Badu; "Honey," Mariah Carey; "I Believe in You and Me," Whitney Houston; "Summertime," Chaka Khan; "When You Talk About Love," Patti LaBelle.

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