Here is a list of the winners in the 27th annual Grammy Awards presented Tuesday.
Record of the Year: “What’s Love Got to Do With It,” Tina Turner.
Album of the Year: “Can’t Slow Down,” Lionel Richie.
Song of the Year: “What’s Love Got to Do With It,” Graham Lyle, Terry Britten.
Best New Artist: Cyndi Lauper.
Female Pop Vocalist: “What’s Love Got To Do With It,” Tina Turner.
Male Pop Vocalist: “Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now),” Phil Collins.
Group Pop Vocal: “Jump (For My Love),” The Pointer Sisters.
Pop Instrumental: “Ghostbusters,” Ray Parker Jr.
Female Rock Vocal: “Better Be Good to Me,” Tina Turner.
Male Rock Vocal: “Dancing In The Dark,” Bruce Springsteen.
Group Rock Vocal: “Purple Rain,” Prince and the Revolution.
Rock Instrumental: “Cinema,” Yes.
Producer of the Year (Non-classical): Tie between David Foster; Lionel Richie and James Anthony Carmichael.
Engineering (Non-classical): “17,” Chicago, Humberto Gatica, engineer.
Best Video, Short Form: “David Bowie,” David Bowie.
Best Video Album: “Making Michael Jackson’s Thriller,” Michael Jackson.
Arrangement-Vocal for Two or More Voices: “Automatic,” Pointer Sisters, arrangers.
Female R&B; Vocal: “I Feel For You,” Chaka Khan.
Male R&B; Vocal: “Caribbean Queen (No More Love On The Run),” Billy Ocean.
Group R&B; Vocal: “Yah Mo B There,” James Ingram and Michael McDonald.
R&B; Instrumental: “Sound-System,” Herbie Hancock.
R&B; Song: “I Feel For You,” Prince.
Jazz Vocal: “Nothin’ But the Blues,” Joe Williams.
Solo Jazz Instrumental: “Hot House Flowers,” Wynton Marsalis.
Group Jazz Instrumental: “New York Scene,” Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers.
Big Band Jazz Instrumental: “88 Basie Street,” Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Jazz Fusion Vocal or Instrumental: “First Circle,” Pat Metheny Group.
Best Traditional Blues Recording: “Blues Explosion,” John Hammond, Stevie Ray Vaughn & Double Trouble, Sugar Blue, Koko Taylor and The Blues Machine, Luther “Guitar Junior” Johnson, J.B. Hutto & The New Hawks.
Country Song: “City of New Orleans,” Steve Goodman.
Female Country Vocal: “In My Dreams,” Emmylou Harris.
Male Country Vocal: “That’s The Way Love Goes,” Merle Haggard.
Group Country Vocal: “Mama He’s Crazy,” The Judds.
Country Instrumental: “Wheel Hoss,” Ricky Skaggs.
Classical Album: “Amadeus,” Neville Mariner conducting Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Ambrosian Opera Chorus, Choristers of Westminster Abbey.
Classical Orchestral Recording: “Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5,” Leonard Slatkin conducting St. Louis Symphony.
Opera Recording: “Bizet: Carmen,” Lorin Maazel conducting Orchestre National de France and Choeurs et Maitrise de Radio France.
Choral Performance (Non-opera): “Brahms: A German Requiem,” Margaret Hillis, choral director, Chicago Symphony Orchestra Chorus, James Levine, conductor, Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Classical Performance-Instrumental Soloist or Soloists (with Orchestra): “Wynton Marsalis-Edita Gruberova--Handel, Purcell, Torelli, Fasch, Molter,” Wynton Marsalis.
Classical Performance-Instrumental Soloist or Soloists (Without Orchestra): “Bach: The Unaccompanied Cello Suites,” Yo-Yo Ma.
Chamber Music Performance: “Beethoven: The Late String Quartets,” Juilliard String Quartet.
Classical Vocal Soloist: “Ravel: Songs of Maurice Ravel,” Jessye Norman, Jose Van Dam.
New Classical Composition: “Antony and Cleopatra,” Samuel Barber, composer.
Engineering (Classical): “Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5,” Leonard Slatkin conducting St. Louis Symphony, Paul Goodman, engineer.
Classical Producer of the Year: Steven Epstein.
Best Gospel Performance, Female: “Angels,” Amy Grant.
Best Gospel Performance, Male: “Michael W. Smith 2,” Michael W. Smith.
Best Gospel Performance, by a Duo or Group with Vocal: “Keep the Flame Burning,” Debby Boone and Phil Driscoll.
Best Soul Gospel Performance, Female: “Sailin’ ” Shirley Caesar.
Best Soul Gospel Performance, Male: “Always Remember,” Andrae Crouch.
Best Soul Gospel Performance by a Duo or Group: “Sailin’ on the Sea of Your Love,” Shirley Caesar and Al Green.
Best Inspirational Performance: “Forgive Me,” Donna Summer.
Best Latin Pop Performance: “Always in My Heart (Siempre En Mi Corazon),” Placido Domingo.
Best Tropical Latin Performance: “Palo Pa Rumba,” Eddie Palmieri.
Best Mexican-American Performance: “Me Gustas Tal Como Eres,” Sheena Easton and Luis Miguel.
Best Ethnic or Traditional Folk Recording: “Elizabeth Cotten Live!,” Elizabeth Cotten.
Best Reggae Recording: “Anthem,” Black Uhuru.
Best Recording for Children: “Where the Sidewalk Ends,” Shel Silverstein, Ron Haffkine, album producers.
Best Comedy Recording: “Eat It,” “Weird Al” Yankovic, track from “Weird Al Yankovic in 3-D.”
Best Spoken Word or Non-musical Recording: “The Words of Ghandi,” Ben Kingsley.
Best Instrumental Composition: Tie between “The Natural,” Randy Newman, composer and “Olympic Fanfare and Theme,” John Williams, composer.
Arrangement-Instrumental: “Grace (Gymnastics Theme),” Quincy Jones, Jeremy Lubbock, arrangers.
Arrangement-Instrumental Accompanying Vocals: “Hard Habit to Break,” David Foster, Jeremy Lubbock, arrangers.
Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Special: “Purple Rain,” Prince and the Revolution, John L. Nelson, Lisa & Wendy, songwriters.
Best Cast Show Album: “Sunday in the Park with George” (original cast album),” Thomas Z. Shepard, producer, Stephen Sondheim, composer and lyricist.
Album Package: “She’s So Unusual,” Janet Perr, art director.
Best Album Notes: “Big Band Jazz,” Gunther Schuller and Martin Williams.
Historical Album: “Big Band Jazz,” J.R. Taylor, producer.
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