And The Winner Of The Grammy Is...
Here is a complete list of winners of the 33rd annual Grammy Awards held last night at Radio City Music Hall in New York City:
Record of the year: ``Another Day in Paradise,'' Phil Collins.
Album of year: Quincy Jones.
Song of the year: ``From a Distance,'' Julie Gold.
New artist: Mariah Carey.
Pop vocal performance, female: ``Vision of Love,'' Mariah Carey.
Pop vocal performance, male: ``Oh, Pretty Woman,'' Roy Orbison.
Pop performance by a duo or group with vocal: ``All My Life,'' Linda Ronstadt with Aaron Neville.
Pop instrumental performance: ``Twin Peaks Theme,'' Angelo Badalamentei.
Rock vocal performance, female: ``The Black Velvet,'' Alannah Myles.
Rock vocal performance, male: ``Bad Love,'' Eric Clapton;
Rock performance by a duo or group with vocal: ``Janie's Got a Gun,'' Aerosmith.
Rock instrumental performance: ``D-FW,'' the Vaughan Brothers.
Hard rock performance: ``Time's Up,'' Living Colour.
Metal performance: ``Stone Cold Crazy,'' Metallica.
Alternative music performance: ``I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got,'' Sinead O'Connor.
R&B vocal performance, female: ``Compositions,'' Anita Baker.
R&B vocal performance, male: ``Here and Now,'' Luther Vandross.
R&B performance by a duo or group with vocal: ``I'll Be Good to You,'' Ray Charles and Chaka Khan.
Rhythm & blues song - a songwriter's award: ``U Can't Touch This,'' Rick James, Alonzo Miller and M.C. Hammer.
Rap solo performance: ``U Can't Touch This,'' M.C. Hammer.
Rap performance by a duo or group: ``Back on the Block'' (track from Quincy Jones' ``Back on the Block''), Ice-T, Melle Mel, Big Daddy Kane and Kool Moe Dee.
Best new age performance: Mark Isham, ``Mark Isham.''
Jazz fusion performance: ``Birdland,'' Quincy Jones and various artists.
Jazz vocal performance, female: ``All That Jazz,'' Ella Fitzgerald.
Jazz vocal performance, male: ``We Are in Love,'' Harry Connick Jr.
Jazz instrumental performance, soloist: ``The Legendary Oscar Peterson Trio Live at the Blue Note,'' Oscar Peterson.
Jazz instrumental performance, group: ``The Legendary Oscar Peterson Trio Live at the Blue Note,'' Oscar Peterson.
Jazz instrumental performance, big band: ``Basie's Bag,'' George Benson featuring the Count Basie Orchestra.
Country vocal performance, female: ``Where've You Been,'' Kathy Mattea.
Country vocal performance, male: ``When I Call Your Name,'' Vince Gill.
Country performance for a duo or group with vocal: ``Pickin' on Nashville,'' The Kentucky Headhunters.
Country vocal collaboration, for duos or groups of artists who do not normally sing together: ``Poor Boy Blues,'' Chet Atkins & Mark Knopfler.
Country instrumental performance: ``So Soft, Your Goodbye,'' Chet Atkins & Mark Knopfler.
Bluegrass recording, vocal or instrumental: ``I've Got That Old Feeling,'' Alison Krauss.
Country song, a songwriter's award: ``Where've You Been,'' by Jon Vezner and Don Henry and performed by Kathy Mattea.
Rock-contemporary gospel album: ``Beyond Belief,'' Petra.
Pop gospel album: ``Another Time . . . Another Place,'' Sandi Patti.
Southern gospel album: ``The Great Exchange,'' Bruce Carroll.
Traditional soul gospel album: ``Tramaine Hawkins Live,'' Tramaine Hawkins.
Contemporary soul gospel album: ``So Much 2 Say,'' Take 6.
Gospel album by a choir or chorus: ``Having Church,'' Rev. James Cleveland and the Southern California Community Choir.
Latin pop performance: ``Por Que Te Tengo Que Olvidar?'' Jose Feliciano.
Tropical Latin performance: ``Tito Puente Presents Millie P.,'' Tito Puente & Millie P.
Mexican-American performance: ``Soy de San Luis,'' Texas Tornados.
Traditional blues recording: ``Live at San Quentin,'' B.B. King.
Contemporary blues recording: ``Family Style,'' the Vaughan Brothers.
Traditional folk recording: ``On Praying Ground,'' Doc Watson.
Contemporary folk recording: ``Steady On,'' Shawn Colvin.
Reggae recording: ``Time Will Tell - A Tribute to Bob Marley,'' Bunny Wailer.
Polka recording: ``When It's Polka Time at Your House,'' Jimmy Sturr and His Orchestra.
Recording for children: ``The Little Mermaid,'' Howard Ashman and Alan Menken.
Comedy recording: ``P.D.Q. Bach: Oedipus Tex and Other Choral Calamities,'' Prof. Peter Schickele.
Spoken word recording: ``Gracie: A Love Story,'' George Burns.
Musical cast show album: ``Les Miserables, the Complete Symphonic Recording,'' David Caddick, producer.
Instrumental composition: ``Change of Heart,'' Pat Metheny.
Instrumental composition written for a motion picture or for television: ``Glory,'' James Horner.
Song written specifically for a motion picture or television: ``Under the Sea'' (from ``The Little Mermaid''), Alan Menken and Howard Ashman.
Music video, short form: ``Opposites Attract,'' Paula Abdul, performer; Michael Patterson and Candice Reckinger, directors; Sharon Oreck, producer.
Music video, long form: ``Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em the Movie,'' M.C. Hammer; Rupert Wainwright, director; John Oetjen, producer.
Arrangement on an instrumental: ``Birdland,'' Quincy Jones, Ian Prince, Rod Temperton and Jerry Hey.
Instrumental arrangement accompanying vocal: ``The Places You Find Love,'' Jerry Hey, Glen Ballard, Clif Magne and Quincy Jones.
Engineered recording (non-classical): ``Back on the Block,'' Bruce Swedien.
Producer of the year (non-classical): Quincy Jones.
Album package: ``Days of Open Hand,'' Len Peltier, Jeffrey Gold and Suzanne Vega.
Album notes: ``Brownie: The Complete Emarcy Recordings of Clifford Brown,'' Dan Morgenstern.
Historical album: ``Robert Johnson: The Complete Recordings,'' Lawrence Cohn, producer.
Classical album: ``Ives: Symphony No. 2; the Gong on the Hook and Ladder (Fireman's Parade on Main Street); Central Park in the Dark; the Unanswered Question,'' Leonard Bernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic; Hans Weber, producer.
Orchestral performance: ``Shostakovich: Symphonies 1 and 7,'' Leonard Bernstein conducting the Chicago Symphony.
Opera recording: ``Wagner: Das Rheingold,'' James Levine conducting the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra; Cord Garben, producer.
Choral performance: ``Walton: Belshazzar's Feast; Bernstein: Chichester Psalms; Missa Brevis,'' Robert Shaw conducting the Atlanta Symphony Chorus and Orchestra.
Classical performance - instrumental soloist with orchestra: ``Shostakovich: Violin Concerto No. 1; Glazunov: Violin Concerto in A Minor,'' Itzhak Perlman and Zubin Mehta conducting the Israel Philharmonic.
Classical performance - instrumental soloist without orchestra: ``The Last Recording (Chopin, Haydn, Liszt, Wagner),'' Vladimir Horowitz, piano.
Chamber music or other small ensemble performance: ``Brahms: The Three Violin Sonatas,'' Itzhak Perlman, violin, and Daniel Barenboim, piano.
Classical vocal performance: ``Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti in Concert,'' Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti.
Contemporary composition: ``Bernstein: Arias & Barcarolles,'' Leonard Bernstein.
Engineered recording (classical): ``Rachmaninoff: Vespers,'' Jack Renner.
Classical producer of the year: Adam Stern.
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