Record of the Year--"We Are the World," USA for Africa.

Album of the Year--"No Jacket Required," Phil Collins.

Song of the Year--"We Are the World," Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie.

New Artist of the Year--Sade.


Female Pop Vocal--Whitney Houston, "Saving All My Love for You" single.

Male Pop Vocal--Phil Collins, "No Jacket Required" album.

Pop Group Vocal--USA for Africa, "We Are the World" single.

Pop Instrumental--Jan Hammer, "Miami Vice Theme" single.

Rock Female Vocalist--Tina Turner, "One of the Living" single.

Rock Male Vocalist--Don Henley, "The Boys of Summer" single.

Rock Group Vocal--Dire Straits, "Money for Nothing" single.

Rock Instrumental--Jeff Beck, "Escape" track.


Female Country Vocal--Rosanne Cash, "I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me" single.

Male Country Vocal--Ronnie Milsap, "Lost in the Fifties Tonight" single.

Group Country Vocal--The Judds, "Why Not Me" album.

Country Instrumental--Chet Atkins and Mark Knopfler, "Cosmic Square Dance" track.

Country Song--"Highwayman," Jimmy L. Webb.


Female R&B; Vocal--Aretha Franklin, "Freeway of Love" single.

Male R&B; Vocal--Stevie Wonder, "In Square Circle" album.

Group R&B; Vocal--Commodores, "Nightshift" single.

R&B; Instrumental--Ernie Watts, "Musician" album.

R&B; Song--"Freeway of Love," Narada Michael Walden and Jeffrey Cohen, songwriters.


Jazz Fusion--David Sanborn, "Straight to the Heart" album.

Female Jazz Vocal--Cleo Laine, "Cleo at Carnegie: the 10th Anniversary Concert" album.

Male Jazz Vocal--Jon Hendricks and Bobby McFerrin, "Another Night in Tunisia" track.

Group Jazz Vocal--Manhattan Transfer, "Vocalese" album.

Solo Jazz Instrumental--Wynton Marsalis, "Black Codes from the Underground" album.

Group Jazz Instrumental--Wynton Marsalis Group, "Black Codes From the Underground" album.

Big Band Jazz Instrumental--John Barry and Bob Wilber, "The Cotton Club--Original Motion Picture Sound Track" album.

Traditional Blues--B.B. King, "My Guitar Sings the Blues" track.


Female Gospel Vocal--Amy Grant, "Unguarded" album.

Male Gospel Vocal--Larnelle Harris, "How Excellent Is Thy Name" track.

Group Gospel Vocal--Larnelle Harris and Sandi Patti, "I've Just Seen Jesus" track.

Female Soul Gospel Vocal--Shirley Caesar, "Martin" single.

Male Soul Gospel Vocal--Marvin Winans, "Bring Back the Days of Yea and Nay" track.

Group Soul Gospel Vocal--The Winans, "Tomorrow" album.

Inspirational--Jennifer Holliday, "Come Sunday" track.


Latin Pop Performance--Lani Hall, "Es Facil Amar" album.

Tropical Latin Performance--(tie), Tito Puente & his Latin Ensemble, "Mambo Diablo" album; and Eddie Palmieri, "Solito" album.

Mexican-American Performance--Vikki Carr, "Simplemente Mujer" album.


Music Video, Short Form--"We Are the World--the Video Event," USA for Africa.

Music Video, Long Form--"Huey Lewis & the News: The Heart of Rock and Roll."


Spoken Word Recording--"Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," original Broadway cast.


Comedy Recording--Whoopi Goldberg, "Whoopi Goldberg."


Recording for Children--"Follow That Bird (the Original Motion Picture Sound Track)," Jim Henson's Muppets and the Sesame Street cast.


Reggae Recording--Jimmy Cliff, "Cliff Hanger" album.


Ethnic or Traditional Folk Recording--Rockin' Sidney, "My Toot Toot" single.

Polka Recording--Frank Yankovic, "70 Years of Hits" album.


Arrangement-Instrumental--Dave Grusin and Lee Ritenour, "Early A.M. Attitude" track.

Arrangement-Instrumental Accompanying Vocals--Nelson Riddle, "Lush Life" track.

Arrangement-Vocal, for Two or More Voices--Cheryl Bentyne and Bobby McFerrin, "Another Night in Tunisia" single.


Album Package--"Lush Life," art directors Kosh and Ron Larson.

Album Notes--"Sam Cooke Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963," album notes writer Peter Guralnick.


Historical Album--"RCA/Met-100 Singers-100 Years," from Melba, Schmann-Heink, Caruso through Price, Verrett, Domingo and 94 others, producer John Pfeiffer.


Engineering (non-classical)--"Brothers in Arms" by Dire Straits, engineer Neil Dorfsman.

Engineering (classical)--Berlioz: Requiem. Jack Renner, engineer (John Aler, soloist; Robert Shaw, Atlanta Symphony Orch. & Chorus; Robert E. Woods, producer).


Producer of the Year (non-classical)--Phil Collins and Hugh Padgham.

Producer of the Year (classical)--Robert E. Woods.


Cast Show Album--"West Side Story," lyricist Stephen Sondheim, composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein.


Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special--"Beverly Hills Cop," songwriters Sharon Robinson, John Gilutin, Bunny Hull, Hawk, Howard Hewett, Micki Free, Keith Forsey, Harold Faltermeyer, Allee Willis, Dan Sembello, Marc Benno and Richard Theisen.


Instrumental Composition--"Miami Vice Theme," composer Jan Hammer.


Classical Album--Berlioz: Requiem. John Aler, soloist, Robert Shaw, Atlanta Symphony Orch. & Chorus; Robert E. Woods, producer.

Classical Orchestral Recording--Faure: "Pelleas et Melisande." Robert Shaw conducting Atlanta Symphony Orch. Robert E. Woods, producer.

Opera Recording--Schoenberg: "Moses und Aron." Franz Mazura, Philip Langridge, soloists; Sir Georg Solti conducting Chicago Symphony Orch. & Chorus. James Mallinson, producer.

Choral Performance (other than opera)--Berlioz: Requiem. John Aler, soloist, Robert Shaw, Atlanta Symphony Orch. & Chorus; Robert E. Woods, producer.

Classical Performance, Instrumental Soloist(s) (with orchestra)--Elgar: Cello Concerto/Walton: Cello Concerto. Yo-Yo Ma, soloist.

Classical Performance, Instrumental Soloist(s) (without orchestra)--Ravel: "Gaspard de la Nuit," "Valses Nobles et Sentimentales" and "Pavane pour une infante defunte." Vladimir Ashkenazy, soloist.

Chamber Music Performance (instrumental or vocal)--Brahms: Cello Sonatas. Yo-Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax.

Classical Vocal Soloist Performance--Berlioz: Requiem. John Aler, soloist (Robert Shaw, Atlanta Symphony Orch. & Chorus; Robert E. Woods, producer).

New Classical Artist--Chicago Pro Musica.

Contemporary Composition--Lloyd Webber: Requiem. Andrew Lloyd Webber, composer.


Andres Segovia

The Rolling Stones

George and Ira Gershwin (non-performing)


"A-Tisket, A-Tasket," by Chick Webb and his Orchestra, featuring Ella Fitzgerald.

"Bach: Goldberg Variations for Harpsichord," by Wanda Landowska.

"Blue Suede Shoes," by Carl Perkins.

"Cool Water," by the Sons of the Pioneers.

"Tea for Two," by Art Tatum.

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