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The San Diego Union-Tribune

January 15, 1988, Friday



The nominees in the major categories for the 30th annual Grammy Awards:

Record of the Year: Steve Winwood, "Back in the Highlife Again"; Paul Simon, "Graceland"; U2, "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"; Los Lobos, "La Bamba"; Suzanne Vega "Luka."

Album of the Year: Michael Jackson, "Bad"; U2, "The Joshua Tree"; Prince, "Sign 'o' the Times"; Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris "Trio"; Whitney Houston, "Whitney."

Song of the Year: Michael Masser and Will Jennings, "Didn't We Almost Have It All"; U2, "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"; adapted by Ritchie Valens, "La Bamba"; Suzanne Vega, "Luka"; James Horner, Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, "Somewhere Out There."

New Artist: Breakfast Club; Cutting Crew; Terence Trent D'Arby; Swing Out Sister; Jody Watley.

Pop Vocal Performance, Female: Carly Simon, "Coming Around Again"; Belinda Carlisle, "Heaven Is a Place On Earth"; Whitney Houston "I Wanna Dance With Somebody"; Suzanne Vega "Luka"; Barbra Streisand, "One Voice."

Pop Vocal Performance, Male: Michael Jackson, "Bad"; Bruce Springsteen, "Brilliant Disguise"; Sting, "Bring on the Night"; Elton John, "Candle in the Wind"; Al Jarreau, "Moonlighting."

Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal: Heart, "Alone"; Swing Out Sister, "Breakout"; Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes, "(I've Had) the Time of My Life"; Los Lobos, "La Bamba"; Linda Ronstadt and James Ingram, "Somewhere Out There."

Pop Instrumental Performance (Orchestra, Group or Soloist): The Art of Noise, "Dragnet"; Dave Grusin, "It Might Be You"; Herb Alpert, "Keep Your Eye on Me"; Chick Corea Elektric Band, "Light Years"; Larry Carlton, "Minute by Minute."

New Age Performance: Patrick O'Hearn, "Between Two Worlds"; Kitaro, "The Field"; Liz Story, "Reconciliation"; Montreux, "Sweet Intentions"; Paul Horn, "Traveler"; Yusef Lateef, "Yusef Lateef's Little Symphony."

Rock Vocal Performance, Female, Male: Tina Turner, "Better Be Good to Me"; Richard Marx, "Don't Mean Nothing"; Bob Seger, "Shakedown"; Bruce Springsteen, "Tunnel of Love"; Joe Cocker, "Unchain My Heart."

Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal: Heart, "Bad Animals"; Yes, "Big Generator"; Los Lobos, "By the Light of the Moon"; U2, "The Joshua Tree"; Georgia Satellites, "Keep Your Hands to Yourself."

Rock Instrumental Performance (Orchestra, Group or Soloist): Frank Zappa, "Jazz From Hell"; Bruce Springsteen, "Paradise by the C' "; Stevie Ray Vaughan and Dick Dale, "Pipeline"; Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, "Say What!"; Herbie Hancock, Dweezil Zappa and Terry Bozzio, "Wipe Out."

R&B Vocal Performance, Female: Aretha Franklin, "Aretha"; Natalie Cole, "Everlasting"; Whitney Houston, "For the Love of You"; Nancy Wilson, "Forbidden Lover"; Jody Watley, "Looking for a New Love."

R&B Vocal Performance, Male: Michael Jackson, "Bad"; Wilson Pickett, "In the Midnight Hour"; Smokey Robinson, "Just to See Her"; Johnathan Butler, "Lies"; Stevie Wonder, "Skeletons."

R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal: LeVert, "Casanova"; Aretha Franklin & George Michael, "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)"; Club Nouveau, "Lean on Me"; The Wispers, "Rock Steady"; Prince & Sheena Easton, "U Got the Look."

Rhythm & Blues Song: Reggie Calloway, "Casanova"; Jimmy George & Lou Padrini, "Just to See Her"; Bill Withers, "Lean on Me"; Stevie Wonder, "Skeletons"; Prince, "You Got the Look."

Jazz Fusion Performance, Vocal or Instrumental: David Sanborn, "A Change of Heart"; George Benson & Earl Klugh, "Collaboration"; Larry Carlton, "Discovery"; Yellowjackets, "Four Corners"; Pat Metheny Group, "Still Life."

Jazz Vocal Performance, Female: Carmen McRae, "Any Old Time"; Janis Siegel, "At Home"; Sarah Vaughan, "Brazilian Romance"; Diane Schuur, "Diane Schuur and the Count Basie Orchestra"; Ella Fitzgerald, "Easy Living."

Jazz Vocal Performance, Male: Billy Eckstine, "Billy Eckstine Sings With Benny Carter"; Dave Frishberg, "Can't Take You Nowhere"; Joe Williams, "Every Night"; Arthur Prysock, "This Guy's in Love With You"; Bobby McFerrin, "What Is This Thing Called Love."

Jazz Instrumental Performance, Soloist: Branford Marsalis, "Cottontail"; Wynton Marsalis, "Marsalis Standard Time -- Volume I"; Michael Brecker, "Michael Brecker"; Dexter Gordon, "The Other Side of Round Midnight"; Eddie Daniels, "To Bird With Love."

Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group: Larry Carlton, "Last Nite"; Wynton Marsalis, "Marsalis Standard Time -- Volume I"; Michael Brecker, "Michael Brecker"; Eddie Daniels, "To Bird With Love"; Chick Corea, Miroslav Vitous and Roy Haynes, "Trio Music, Live in Europe."

Jazz Instrumental Performance, Big Band: The Duke Ellington Orchestra, conducted by Mercer Ellington, "Digital Duke"; Louie Bellson & His Jazz Orchestra, "Louie Bellson & His Jazz Orchestra"; Patrick Williams' New York Band, "10th Avenue"; The Tonight Show Band with Doc Severinsen, "The Tonight Show Band with Doc Severinsen"; Woody Herman and His Big Band, "Woody's Gold Star."

Country Vocal Performance, Female: Emmylou Harris, "Angel Band"; K.T. Oslin, " '80s Ladies"; Rosanne Cash, "King's Record Shop"; Reba McEntire, "The Last One to Know"; Tanya Tucker, "Love Me Like You Used To."

Country Vocal Performance, Male: George Strait, "All My Ex's Live in Texas"; Randy Travis, "Always & Forever"; Hank Williams, Jr., "Born to Boogie"; Steve Earle, "Exit O"; Dwight Yoakam, "Hillbilly Deluxe."

Country Performance by a Duo or a Group with Vocal: The O'Kanes, "Can't Stop My Heart From Loving You"; The Desert Rose Band, "The Desert Rose Band"; The Judds, "Heartland"; Restless Heart, "I'll Still Be Loving You"; Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris, "Trio."

Country Vocal Performance, Duet: Crystal Gayle and Gary Morris, "Another World"; Michael Martin Murphey and Holly Dunn, "A Face in the Crowd"; Glen Campbell and Steve Wariner, "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle"; Ronnie Milsap and Kenny Rogers, "Make No Mistake, She's Mine"; Glen Campbell and Emmylou Harris, "You Are."

Country Song: Sanger D. Shafer and Lyndia J. Shafer, "All My Ex's Live in Texas"; K.T. Oslin, " '80s Ladies"; Paul Overstreet and Don Schlitz, "Forever and Ever, Amen"; Mary Ann Kennedy, Pat Bunch, Pam Rose and Todd Cerney, "I'll Still Be Loving You"; Linda Thompson and Betsy Cook, "Tellin' Me Lies."

Gospel Performance, Female: Debbie McClendon, "Count It All Joy"; Deniece Williams, "I Believe in You"; Kathy Troccoli, "Images"; Debby Boone, "The Name Above All the Names"; Terri Gibbs, "Turnaround."

Gospel Performance, Male: Dallas Holm, "Against the Wind"; Leon Patillo, "Brand New"; Larnelle Harris, "The Father Hath Provided"; Steve Green, "Joy to the World"; Wayne Watson, "Watercolour Ponies."

Gospel Performance by a Duo or Group, Choir or Chorus: Mylon LeFevre and Broken Heart, "Crack the Sky"; Mr. Mister, "Healing Waters"; Petra, "This Means War!"; Stryper, "To Hell With the Devil"; The Bill Gaither Trio, "Welcome Back Home."

Soul Gospel Performance, Female: Lynette Hawkins Stephens, "Baby Sis"; Vickie Winans, "Be Encouraged"; Cece Winans, "For Always"; Shirley Caesar, "The Lord Will Make a Way"; Della Reese, "You Gave Me Love."

Soul Gospel Performance, Male: Keith Pringle, "All to You"; Bebe Winans, "Call Me"; Al Green, "Everything's Gonna Be Alright"; Jessy Dixon, "The Winning Side"; Wintley Phipps, "Wintley Phipps."

Soul Gospel Performance by a Duo, Group, Choir or Chorus: The Winans and Anita Baker, "Ain't No Need to Worry"; Bebe and Cece Winans, "Bebe and Cece Winans"; The Winans, "Decisions"; Edwin Hawkins and the Music and Arts Seminar Mass Choir, "Give Us Peace"; The Clark Sisters, "Heart and Soul."

Latin Pop Performance: Danny Rivera, "Amar O Morir"; Braulio, "En Bancarrota"; Yolandita Monge, "Laberinto De Amor"; Luis Miguel, "Luis Miguel '87. Soy Como Quiero Ser"; Lunna, "Lunna"; Maria Conchita Alonso, "Otra Mentira Mas"; Jose Jose, "Siempre Contigo"; Emmanuel, "Solo"; Julio Iglesias, "Un Hombre Solo."

Tropical Latin Performance: Ruben Blades, "Agua De Luna"; Ray Barretto, "Aqui Se Puede"; Caribbean Express, "Caribbean Express"; Eddie Palmieri, "La Verdad -- The Truth"; Hector Lavoe, "Strikes Back"; Celia Cruz and Willie Colon, "The Winners."

Mexican-American Performance: Los Diablos, "Celebracion"; Chavela y su Grupo Express, "El Rey Del Barrio"; Antonio Aguilar, "15 Exitos Con Tambora, Vol. 2"; Los Tigres Del Norte, "Gracias! America Sin Fronteras"; Little Joe, "Timeless."

Traditional Blues Recording: Albert Collins, "Cold Snap"; Professor Longhair, "Houseparty New Orleans Style"; Koko Taylor, "Live From Chicago -- An Audience with the Queen"; Eddie Cleanhead Vinson, "Old Maid Boogie"; James Cotton, "Take Me Back."

Contemporary Blues Recording: Bobby Bland, "After All"; Earl King and Roomful of Blues, "Glazed"; Buckwheat Zydeco, "On a Night Like This"; B.B. King, "Standing on the Edge of Love"; Robert Cray, "Strong Persuader."

Traditional Folk Recording: Michael Doucet and Beausoleil, "Belizaire the Cajun"; The Chieftains, "Celtic Wedding"; Various artists, "Mbube Roots -- Zulu Choral Music From South Africa"; Various artists, "Zulu Men's Singing Competition"; Ladysmith Black Mambazo, "Shaka Zulu."

Contemporary Folk Recording: John Hartford, "Annual Waltz"; Joan Baez, "Asimbonanga"; Loudon Wainwright III, "More Love Songs"; Steve Goodman, "Unfinished Business"; The Washington Squares, "The Washington Squares."

Reggae Recording: Black Uhuru, "Brutal Dub"; Third World, "Hold on to Love"; Peter Tosh, "No Nuclear War"; Burning Spear, "People of the World"; UB40, "UB40 CCCP."

Recording for Children: Tony Salerno, "Bullfrogs and Butterflies (Part III)"; Jack Nicholson-narration, Bobby McFerrin-music, "The Elephant's Child"; Glenn Close-narration, Mark Isham-music, "The Emporer and the Nightingale"; Raffi, "Everything Grows"; Barbara Fairchild, "Lullaby for Teddy."

Spoken Word or Non-Musical Recording: Garrison Keillor, "Lake Wobegon Days"; Lauren Bacall, "Lauren Bacall by Myself"; Katharine Hepburn, "Lincoln Portrait"; Leonard Nimoy & George Takei, "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home"; Leonard Nimoy, "Whales Alive."

Comedy Recording: Bob Elliot & Ray Goudling, "The Best of Bobby & Ray -- Volume One"; Robin Williams, "A Night at the Met"; "Weird Al" Yankovic, "Polka Party!"; Jackie Mason, "The World According to Me!"; Ray Stevens, "Would Jesus Wear a Rolex?"

Musical Cast Show Album: album producers Alain Boublil & Claude-Michel Schonberg, lyricist Herbert Kretzmer, composer Claude-Michel Schonberg, "Les Miserables"; album producer Thomas Z. Shepard (lyricists L. Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber, composer Noel Gay), "Me and My Girl"; album producer Paul Myers (lyricist Alan Jay Lerner, composer Frederick Loewe), "My Fair Lady"; album producer Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyricist Charles
Hart with Richard Stilgoe, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, "The Phantom of the Opera"; album producer Jeremy Lubbock (lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II, composer Richard Rodgers), "South Pacific."

Instrumental Composition: Henry Mancini, "The Blues in Three"; Claude Bolling, "Bolling: Suite No. 2 for Flute and Jazz Piano Trio"; Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter & Billy Higgins, "Call Sheet Blues"; Frank Zappa, "Jazz From Hell"; Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays, "Minuano."

Album of Original Instrumental Background Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television: James Horner, "An American Tail"; Henry Mancini, "The Glass Menagerie"; Mark Knopfler, "The Princess Bride"; Ennio Morricone, "The Untouchables"; John Williams, "The Witches of Eastwick."

Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television: Frankie Previte, John DeNicola, Donald Markowitz, "(I've Had) The Time of My Life"; Al Jarreau-Lee Holdridge, "Moonlighting"; Diane Warren and Albert Hammond, "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now";James Horner, Barry Mann and Cynthia Weill, "Somewhere Out There"; Madonna and Patrick Leonard, "Who's That Girl."

Performance Music Video: Cyndi Lauper, "Cyndi Lauper in Paris"; Vladimir Horowitz, "Horowitz in Moscow"; Barbra Streisand, "One Voice"; Elton John, Tina Turner, Sting and others, "The Prince's Trust All-Star Rock Concert"; Bobby McFerrin, "Spontaneous Inventions."

Concept Music Video: Janet Jackson, "Control -- The Videos, Part II"; David Lee Roth, "David Lee Roth"; David Bowie, "Day In, Day Out"; Kate Bush, "Kate Bush: The Whole Story"; Genesis, "Land of Confusion."

Arrangement on an Instrumental: Jorge Calandrelli, "Any Time, Any Season"; Dave Grusin, "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter"; Patrick Williams, "Jive Samba"; Michael Convertino, "Main Title"; Bill Holman, "Take the A' Train."

Producer of the Year (Non-Classical): Emilio and The Jerks; Quincy Jones and Michael Jackson; Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno; John Mellencamp and Don Gehman; Narada Michael Walden.

Classical Album: Edo De Waart conducting the San Francisco Symphony, "Adams: The Chairman Dances/Christian Zeal and Activity/Two Fanfares for Orchestra/Tromba Iontana/Short Ride in a Fast Machine/Common Tones in Simple Time"; Sir Georg Solti conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, "Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor"; Robert Shaw conducting the Atlanta
Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, "Faure: Requiem, Op. 48, Durufle: Requiem, Op. 9"; Leonard Slatkin conducting the St. Louis Symphony and Elmar Oliveira, "Hanson: Symphony No. 2 (Romantic)/ Barber: Violin Concerto"; Vladimir Horowitz, "Horowitz in Moscow."

Orchestral Recording: Sir Georg Solti conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, "Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor"; James Levine conducting the Berlin Philharmonic, "Berg, Webern, Schoenberg: Orchestral Pieces"; Leonard Bernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic, "Copland: Symphony No. 3/Quiet City"; Leonard Slatkin conducting the St. Louis Symphony, "Hanson: Symphony No. 2 (Romantic)"; Charles Dutoit conducting the
Montreal Symphony Orchestra, "Holst: The Planets."

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