Other Grammy Nominees

Grammy nominations, announced Wednesday by the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, are listed below in the other categories (most were published in Thursday’s Calendar). Winners will be announced Feb. 25 at a nationally televised ceremony from New York’s Radio City Music Hall.


* Alternative music album: “Doubt,” Jesus Jones; “Mighty Like a Rose,” Elvis Costello; “Nevermind,” Nirvana; “Out of Time,” R.E.M.; “Rumor and Sigh,” Richard Thompson.

New Age album: “Borrasca,” Ottmar Liebert; “Canyon Dreams,” Tangerine Dream; “Fresh Aire 7,” Mannheim Steamroller; “Hotel Luna,” Suzanne Ciani; “In the Wake of the Wind,” David Arkenstone.


Reggae album: “As Raw as Ever,” Shabba Ranks; “Gumption,” Bunny Waller; “Iron Storm,” Black Uhuru; “Jahmekya,” Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers; “Victims,” Steel Pulse; “We Must Carry On,” Rita Marley.

World music album: “Amen,” Salif Keita; “Brazilian Serenata,” Dori Caymmi; “Este Mundo,” Gipsy Kings; “Planet Drum,” Mickey Hart; “Txai,” Milton Nascimento.

Polka album: “All Around the World,” Eddie Blazonczyk’s Versatones; “Live! At Gilley’s,” Jimmy Sturr & His Orchestra; “We Are Family,” Polka Family Band; “When the Band Plays a Polka,” the Dynatones; “A Wonderful World of Polkas and Waltzs,” Walter Ostanek.

Album for children: “A Cappella Kids,” the Maranatha! Kids; “Brer Rabbit and the Wonderful Tar Baby,” Danny Glover, narrator, Taj Mahal, music; “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” John Gielgud, narrator, Mark Isham, music; “Paul Bunyan,” Jonathan Winters, narrator, Leo Kottke, music; “Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf/A Zoo Called Earth/Gerald McBoing Boing,” Dom DeLuise, Peter Schickele, Carol Channing, Dino Anagnost, conductor.


Comedy album: “Brand New,” Jackie Mason; “Local Man Moves to the City,” Garrison Keillor; “Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics,” George Carlin; “P.D.Q. Bach: WTWP Classical Talkity-Talk Radio,” Professor Peter Schickele; “When You Look Like Your Passport Photo, It’s Time to Go Home,” Erma Bombeck.

Spoken word or non-musical album: “The Civil War,” Ken Burns; “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,” Douglas Adams; “A Life on the Road,” Charles Kuralt; “Me: Stories of My Life,” Katharine Hepburn.

Musical show album: “Assassins” (original cast), Jay David Saks, producer, Stephen Sondheim, composer and lyricist; “Into the Woods” (original London cast recording), John A. Yap, producer, Stephen Sondheim, lyricist and composer; “Kiss Me Kate,” John Fraser, producer, Cole Porter, composer and lyricist; “The Music Man,” Robert Woods and Elaine Martone, producers, Meredith Willson, composer and lyricist; “The Will Rogers Follies” (original Broadway cast album), Cy Coleman and Mike Berniker, producers, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, lyricists, Cy Coleman, composer.

Arrangement on an instrumental: “Candles and Stones” (track from “Signs of Life”), Peter Apfelbaum, arranger; “Got a Match?” (track from “Lab 89"), Mike Bogle, arranger; “Maid Marian” (track from “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves--Original Soundtrack”), Michael Kamen, arranger; “Medley: Bess You Is My Woman/I Love You Porgy” (track from “The Gershwin Connection”), Dave Grusin, arranger; “A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square” (track from “To You--A Tribute to Mel Lewis), Ed Neumeister, arranger; “The Untouchables” (track from “Cinema Italiano”), Henry Mancini, arranger.

* Instrumental arrangement accompanying vocal(s): “Alone in the World” (track from “The Russia House”), Arthur Morton; “Blue Light, Red Light (Someone’s There)” (track from “Blue Light, Red Light”), Harry Connick Jr.; “A Medley of: For Sentimental Reasons/Tenderly/Autumn Leaves” (track from “Unforgettable”), Marty Paich; “Nature Boy” (track from “Unforgettable”), Michel Legrand; “Unforgettable” (single), Johnny Mandel.

Best-engineered album (non-classical): “Havana” (soundtrack), Don Murray; “Luck of the Draw,” Ed Cherney; “Storyville,” Steve Nye; “Unforgettable,” Al Schmitt, Woody Woodruff and Armin Steiner; “Warm Your Heart,” George Massenburg.

Producer of the year (non-classical): Walter Afanasieff and Mariah Carey; Andre Fischer; David Foster; Paul Simon; Keith Thomas.

Album package: “Beat the Boots-Limited Edition Box Set,” Geoff Gans; “Billie Holiday, the Complete Decca Recordings,” Vartan; “Just for the Record,” Gabrielle Raumberger; “Mighty Like a Rose” (special package), Dirk Walter; “Recycler” (special package), Jeff Gold and Kim Champagne.


Album notes: “Ray Charles: The Birth of Soul,” Robert Palmer; “Bob Dylan: The Bootleg Series Volumes 1-3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961-1991,” John Bauldie; “The Complete Stax/Volt Singles 1959-1968,” Rob Bowman; “Hank Williams: The Original Singles Collection . . . Plus,” Colin Escott; “Star Time,” James Brown (intro), Cliff White, Harry Weinger, Nelson George and Alan M. Leeds.

Historical album: “Billie Holiday, the Complete Decca Recordings,” Steven Lasker and Andy McKaie; “The Complete Caruso,” John Pfeiffer; “The Complete Stax/Volt Singles 1959-1968,” Steve Greenberg; “The Chicago Symphony: The First 100 Years,” Henry Fogel; “Igor Stravinsky: The Recorded Legacy,” John McClure.