34th Annual Grammy Award Winners
GENERAL Record of the year: “Unforgettable,” Natalie Cole (producer, David Foster).
Album of the year: “Unforgettable,” Natalie Cole.
For the record:
12:00 a.m. Feb. 27, 1992 For the Record
Los Angeles Times Thursday February 27, 1992 Home Edition Calendar Part F Page 3 Column 3 Entertainment Desk 1 inches; 35 words Type of Material: Correction
Incorrect Grammy winner-- Gregor Zielinski was the winner of the Grammy for best engineered classical recording, for “Candide” (Bernstein), Leonard Bernstein conducting London Symphony. An incorrect winner was listed in Wednesday’s Calendar.
Song of the year: “Unforgettable,” Irving Gordon.
New artist: Marc Cohn.
POP Pop vocal performance, female: “Something to Talk About” (single), Bonnie Raitt.
Pop vocal performance, male: “When a Man Loves a Woman” (single), Michael Bolton.
Pop performance by a duo or group with vocal: “Losing My Religion” (single), R.E.M.
Traditional pop performance: “Unforgettable” (single), Natalie Cole (with Nat King Cole).
Pop instrumental performance: “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves” (album), Michael Kamen, cond. Greater Los Angeles Orch.
ROCK Rock vocal performance, solo: “Luck of the Draw” (album), Bonnie Raitt.
Rock performance by a duo or group with vocal: “Good Man, Good Woman” (track from “Luck of the Draw”), Bonnie Raitt and Delbert McClinton.
Hard rock performance with vocal: “For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge” (album), Van Halen.
Metal performance with vocal: “Metallica” (album), Metallica.
Rock instrumental performance: “Cliffs of Dover” (single), Eric Johnson.
Rock song: “Soul Cages,” Sting.
ALTERNATIVE MUSIC Alternative music album: “Out of Time,” R.E.M.
RHYTHM & BLUES R&B; vocal performance, female: (tie) “Burnin” (album), Patti LaBelle; “How Can I Ease the Pain” (single), Lisa Fischer;
R&B; vocal performance, male: “Power of Love,” (album) Luther Vandross.
R&B; performance by a duo or group with vocal: “Cooleyhighharmony” (album), Boyz II Men.
R&B; song: “Power of Love/Love Power” (single), Luther Vandross, Marcus Miller, Teddy Vann.
Rap solo performance: “Mama Said Knock You Out” (single), LL Cool J.
Rap performance by a duo or group: “Summertime” (single), D.J. Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince.
NEW AGE New age album: “Fresh Aire 7,” Mannheim Steamroller.
JAZZ Contemporary jazz performance: “Sassy” (track from “The Offbeat of Avenues”), Manhattan Transfer.
Jazz vocal performance: “He Is Christmas” (album), Take 6.
Jazz instrumental solo: “I Remember You” (track from “Serenity”), Stan Getz.
Jazz instrumental performance, group: “Saturday Night at the Blue Note,” Oscar Peterson Trio.
Large jazz ensemble performance: “Live at the Royal Festival Hall,” Dizzy Gillespie & the United Nation Orchestra.
COUNTRY Country vocal performance, female: “Down at the Twist and Shout” (single), Mary-Chapin Carpenter.
Country vocal performance, male: “Ropin’ the Wind” (album), Garth Brooks.
Country performance by a duo or group with vocal: “Love Can Build a Bridge” (single), the Judds.
Country vocal collaboration (for duos or groups of artists who do not normally sing together): “Restless” (single), Steve Wariner, Ricky Skaggs and Vince Gill.
Country instrumental performance: “The New Nashville Cats” (album), Mark O’Connor.
Bluegrass album, vocal or instrumental: “Spring Training,” Carl Jackson, John Starling & the Nash Ramblers.
Country song: “Love Can Build a Bridge,” Naomi Judd, John Jarvis and Paul Overstreet.
GOSPEL Rock/contemporary gospel album for solos, duos or groups: “Under Their Influence,” Russ Taff.
Pop gospel album for solos, duos or groups: “For the Sake of the Call,” Steven Curtis Chapman.
Southern gospel album for solos, duos or groups: “Homecoming,” the Gaither Vocal Band.
Traditional soul gospel album for solos, duos or groups: “Pray for Me,” Mighty Clouds of Joy.
Contemporary soul gospel album for solos, duos or groups: “Different Lifestyles,” BeBe & CeCe Winans.
Gospel album by a choir or chorus: “The Evolution of Gospel,” Sounds of Blackness, Gary Hines, choir director.
LATIN Latin pop album, vocal or instrumental: “Cosas del Amor,” Vikki Carr.
Tropical Latin album: “Bachata Rosa,” Juan Luis Guerra.
Mexican/American album: “16 De Septiembre,” Little Joe.
BLUES Traditional blues album: “Live at the Apollo,” B.B. King.
Contemporary blues album: “Damn Right, I’ve Got the Blues,” Buddy Guy.
FOLK Traditional folk album: “The Civil War (original soundtrack recording),” Ken Burns and John Coldy, producers.
Contemporary folk album: “The Missing Years,” John Prine.
REGGAE Reggae album: “As Raw as Ever,” Shabba Ranks.
WORLD MUSIC World music album: “Planet Drum,” Mickey Hart.
POLKA Polka album: “Live! At Gilley’s,” Jimmy Sturr & His Orchestra.
CHILDREN’S Album for children: “A Cappella Kids,” the Maranatha! Kids.
COMEDY Comedy album: “P.D.Q. Bach: WTWP Classical Talkity-Talk Radio,” Professor Peter Schickele.
SPOKEN-DOCUMENTARY Spoken word or non-musical album: “The Civil War,” Ken Burns.
MUSICAL SHOW Musical show album: “The Will Rogers Follies” (original Broadway cast album), Cy Coleman and Mike Berniker, producers, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, lyricists, Cy Coleman, composer.
COMPOSING Instrumental composition: “Basque,” (track from “The Wind Beneath My Wings”) Elton John.
Instrumental composition written for a motion picture or television: “Dances With Wolves,” John Barry.
Song written specifically for a motion picture or for television: "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” (from “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves”) single, Bryan Adams, Robert John (Mutt) Lange and Michael Kamen.
MUSIC VIDEO Music video--short form: “Losing My Religion,” R.E.M., Tarsem, video director, Dave Ramser, video line producer.
Music video--long form: “Madonna: Blond Ambition World Tour Live,” Madonna, David Mallet/Mark (Aldo) Miceli, video directors, Tony Eaton, video line producer.
ARRANGING Arrangement on an Instrumental: “Medley: Bess You Is My Woman/I Love You Porgy” (track from “The Gershwin Connection”), Dave Grusin, arranger.
Instrumental arrangement accompanying vocal(s): “Unforgettable” (single), Johnny Mandel.
ENGINEERING Best engineered album (non-classical): “Unforgettable,” Al Schmitt, Woody Woodruff and Armin Steiner.
PRODUCER Producer of the year (non-classical): David Foster.
ALBUM PACKAGE Album package: “Billie Holiday, the Complete Decca Recordings,” Vartan, art director.
ALBUM NOTES Album notes: “Star Time,” James Brown (intro), Cliff White, Harry Weinger, Nelson George and Alan M. Leeds.
HISTORICAL Historical album: “Billie Holiday, the Complete Decca Recordings,” Steven Lasker and Andy McKaie, producers.
CLASSICAL Classical album: “Candide” (Bernstein); Leonard Bernstein conductor, London Symphony Orchestra, Hadley, Anderson, Ludwig, Green, Gedda.
Orchestral performance: Symphony. No. 1 (Corigliano); Daniel Barenboim conductor, Chicago Symphony.
Opera recording: “Gotterdammerung” (Wagner); James Levine, conductor, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Behrens, Studer, Schwarz, Goldberg, Weikl.
Choral performance: Mass in B Minor (Bach); Georg Solti, conductor, Chicago Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, Margaret Hillis, choral director
Instrumental soloist(s) (with orchestra): Piano Concerto (Barber); John Browning, piano, Leonard Slatkin conductor, St. Louis Symphony.
Instrumental soloist (without orchestra): Granados: “Goyescas, Allegro de Concierto, Danza Lenta,” Alicia de Larrocha, piano.
Chamber music performance: Piano Quartets (Brahms); Isaac Stern, violin; Jaime Laredo, viola; Yo-Yo Ma, cello; Emanuel Ax, piano.
Classical vocal performance: “The Girl With Orange Lips,” Dawn Upshaw, soprano.
Contemporary composition: Symphony No. 1 (Corigliano),.
Best engineered recording, classical: Symphony No. 1, Piano Concerto (Barber); Leonard Slatkin conducting St. Louis Symphony, John Browning, piano, William Hockstra, engineer.
Classical producer of the year: James Mallinson.