42ND GRAMMY AWARDS NOMINATIONS.Byline: Associated Press
Here is the complete list of Grammy Awards nominees announced Tuesday:
1. Record of the Year: ``I Want It That Way,'' Backstreet Boys; ``Believe,'' Cher; ``Livin' La Vida Loca,'' Ricky Martin; ``Smooth,'' Santana; ``No Scrubs,'' TLC TLC total lung capacity; thin-layer chromatography.
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2. Album of the Year: ``Millennium,'' Backstreet Boys; ``Fly,'' Dixie Chicks; ``When I Look in Your Eyes,'' Diana Krall; ``Supernatural,'' Santana; ``Fanmail,'' TLC.
3. Song of the Year: ``I Want It That Way,'' Andreas Carlsson and Max Martin (Backstreet Boys); ``Livin' La Vida Loca,'' Desmond Child and Robi Rosa (Ricky Martin); ``Smooth,'' Itaal Shur and Rob Thomas (Santana featuring Rob Thomas); ``Unpretty,'' Dallas Austin and Tionne ``T-Boz'' Watkins (TLC); ``You've Got a Way,'' Robert John ``Mutt'' Lange and Shania Twain (Shania Twain).
4. New Artist: Christina Aguilera, Macy Gray, Kid Rock, Britney Spears, Susan Tedeschi.
5. Female Pop Vocal Performance: ``Genie in a Bottle,'' Christina Aguilera; ``Beautiful Stranger,'' Madonna; ``I Will Remember You,'' Sarah McLachlan; ``Thank U,'' Alanis Morissette; ``... Baby One More Time,'' Britney Spears.
6. Male Pop Vocal Performance: ``I Need to Know,'' Marc Anthony; ``Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of Mambo),'' Lou Bega; ``Sogno,'' Andrea Bocelli; ``Livin' La Vida Loca,'' Ricky Martin; ``Brand New Day,'' Sting.
7. Pop Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: ``I Want It That Way,'' Backstreet Boys; ``Maria Maria,'' Santana; ``Kiss Me,'' Sixpence None the Richer Sixpence None the Richer was a Grammy-nominated Christian band that played pop/rock with roots in New Braunfels, Texas, eventually settling in Nashville, Tennessee. The name of the band is inspired by a passage in writer C. S. Lewis's Mere Christianity. ; ``All Star,'' Smash Mouth; ``Unpretty,'' TLC.
8. Pop Collaboration With Vocals: ``The Prayer,'' Andrea Bocelli and Celine Dion; ``When You Believe,'' Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey; ``Music of My Heart,'' 'N Sync and Gloria Estefan; ``Love of My Life,'' Santana featuring Dave Matthews; ``Smooth,'' Santana featuring Rob Thomas.
9. Pop Instrumental Performance: ``The Look of Love,'' Herb Alpert; ``A Day in the Life,'' Jeff Beck; ``Song C,'' Bruce Hornsby; ``Night and Day,'' Willie Nelson; ``El Farol,'' Santana.
10. Dance Recording: ``Believe,'' Cher; ``Don't Let This Moment End,'' Gloria Estefan; ``Praise You,'' Fatboy Slim; ``Waiting for Tonight,'' Jennifer Lopez; ``I Will Go With You (Con Te Partiro),'' Donna Summer.
11. Pop Album: ``Millennium,'' Backstreet Boys; ``Believe,'' Cher; ``Ricky Martin,'' Ricky Martin; ``Mirrorball,'' Sarah McLachlan; ``Brand New Day,'' Sting.
12. Traditional Pop Vocal Performance: ``Bennett Sings Ellington - Hot and Cool,'' Tony Bennett; ``Come by Me,'' Harry Connick Jr.; ``The Movie Album - As Time Goes By,'' Neil Diamond; ``Manilow Sings Sinatra,'' Barry Manilow; ``You're the Top: Love Songs of Cole Porter,'' Bobby Short.
13. Female Rock Vocal Performance: ``Bliss,'' Tori Amos; ``Sweet Child o' Mine,'' Sheryl Crow; ``Jukebox,'' Ani DiFranco; ``Angels Would Fall,'' Melissa Etheridge; ``Possession (Live),'' Sarah McLachlan.
14. Male Rock Vocal Performance: ``Can't Change Me,'' Chris Cornell; ``What It's Like,'' Everlast; ``American Woman,'' Lenny Kravitz; ``The Promise,'' Bruce Springsteen; ``Hold On,'' Tom Waits.
15. Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: ``Special,'' Garbage; ``Black Balloon,'' The Goo Goo Dolls; ``Malibu,'' Hole; ``Scar Tissue,'' Red Hot Chili Peppers Red Hot Chili Peppers are an American alternative rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1983. For most of its career, the group has consisted of vocalist Anthony Kiedis, guitarist John Frusciante, bassist Michael "Flea" Balzary, and drummer Chad Smith. ; ``Put Your Lights On,'' Santana featuring Everlast.
16. Hard Rock Performance: ``Get Born Again,'' Alice in Chains; ``Lit Up,'' Buckcherry; ``Bawitdaba,'' Kid Rock; ``Freak on a Leash,'' Korn; ``Nookie nook·y or nook·ie
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Noun 1. nookie - slang for sexual intercourse
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17. Metal Performance: ``Iron Man,'' Black Sabbath; ``Bad Blood,'' Ministry; ``Enter Sandman Sandman
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18. Rock Instrumental Performance: ``What Mama Said,'' Jeff Beck; ``Espionage,'' Green Day; ``Bodyrock,'' Moby; ``The Calling,'' Santana featuring Eric Clapton; ``Windows to the Soul,'' Steve Vai.
19. Rock Song: ``Angels Would Fall,'' Melissa Etheridge and John Shanks (Melissa Etheridge); ``The Promise,'' Bruce Springsteen (Bruce Springsteen); ``Room at the Top,'' Tom Petty (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers); ``Scar Tissue,'' Flea, John Frusciante, Anthony Kiedis and Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers); ``Special,'' Doug Erikson, Shirley Manson, Steve Marker and Butch Vig (Garbage).
20. Rock Album: ``Breakdown,'' Melissa Etheridge; ``Significant Other,'' Limp Bizkit; ``Echo,'' Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers; ``Californication,'' Red Hot Chili Peppers; ``Supernatural,'' Santana.
21. Alternative Music Performance: ``To Venus and Back,'' Tori Amos; ``Mutations,'' Beck; ``You've Come a Long Way, Baby,'' Fatboy Slim; ``Play,'' Moby; ``The Fragile,'' Nine Inch Nails.
22. Female R&B Vocal Performance: ``All That I Can Say,'' Mary J. Blige; ``Almost Doesn't Count,'' Brandy; ``Do Something,'' Macy Gray; ``Everything Is Everything,'' Lauryn Hill; ``It's Not Right But It's Okay,'' Whitney Houston.
23. Male R&B Vocal Performance: ``Did You Ever Know,'' Peabo Bryson; ``When a Woman's Fed Up,'' R. Kelly; ``Fortunate,'' Maxwell; ``Sweet Lady,'' Tyrese; ``Staying Power,'' Barry White.
24. R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: ``Spend My Life With You,'' Eric Benet featuring Tamia; ``Don't Waste Your Time,'' Mary J. Blige and Aretha Franklin; ``Bills, Bills, Bills,'' Destiny's Child; ``Heartbreak Hotel,'' Whitney Houston featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price; ``No Scrubs,'' TLC.
25. R&B Song: ``All That I Can Say,'' Lauryn Hill (Mary J. Blige); ``Bills, Bills, Bills,'' Kevin ``Shekspere'' Briggs, Kandi Burruss, Beyonce Knowles, LeTonya Luckett and Kelendria Rowland (Destiny's Child); ``Heartbreak Hotel,'' K. Karlin, Tamara Savage and Carsten Schack (Whitney Houston featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price); ``It's Not Right But It's Okay,'' Lashawn Daniels, Tony Estes, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins and Isaac Phillips (Whitney Houston); ``No Scrubs,'' Kevin ``Shekspere'' Briggs, Kandi Burruss and Tameka Cottle (TLC).
26. R&B Album: ``Mary,'' Mary J. Blige; ``My Love Is Your Love,'' Whitney Houston; ``R.,'' R. Kelly; ``Back at One,'' Brian McKnight; ``Fanmail,'' TLC.
27. Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: ``Unconditional Love,'' Peabo Bryson; ``Valence Street,'' Neville Brothers; ``It's Harder Now,'' Wilson Pickett; ``Intimate,'' Smokey Robinson; ``Staying Power,'' Barry White.
28. Rap Solo Performance: ``Gimme gim·me
Contraction of give me.
Demanding material things or especially money; acquisitive: today's gimme society; tired of gimme letters.
n. Some More,'' Busta Rhymes; ``My Name Is,'' Eminem; ``Vivrant Thing,'' Q-Tip; ``Wild Wild West,'' Will Smith (featuring Dru Hill and Kool Mo Dee); ``Changes,'' 2Pac.
29. Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: ``What's It Gonna Be?!'' Busta Rhymes featuring Janet Jackson; ``Satisfy You,'' Puff Daddy featuring R. Kelly; ``Still D.R.E.,'' Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg; ``Guilty Conscience,'' Eminem and Dr. Dre; ``You Got Me,'' The Roots featuring Erykah Badu.
30. Rap Album: ``E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event - The Final World Front),'' Busta Rhymes; ``Da Real World,'' Missy ``Misdemeanor'' Elliott; ``The Slim Shady LP,'' Eminem; ``I Am,'' Nas; ``Things Fall Apart,'' The Roots.
31. Female Country Vocal Performance: ``Ordinary Heart,'' Emmylou Harris; ``Let Me Let Go,'' Faith Hill; ``Forget About It,'' Alison Krauss; ``I Love You,'' Martina McBride; ``Man! I Feel Like a Woman!'' Shania Twain.
32. Male Country Vocal Performance: ``Don't Come Cryin' to Me "Come Cryin' To Me" is a single by country music group Lonestar that reached the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. It was the first single released from his CD, Crazy Nights. ,'' Vince Gill; ``Choices,'' George Jones; ``That's Right (You're Not From Texas),'' Lyle Lovett; ``Please Remember Me,'' Tim McGraw; ``Crazy Little Thing Called Love,'' Dwight Yoakam.
33. Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: ``Honky Tonk Song,'' BR5-49; ``Unbelievable,'' Diamond Rio; ``Ready to Run,'' Dixie Chicks; ``Amazed,'' Lonestar; ``Little Good-Byes,'' SheDaisy.
34. Country Collaboration With Vocals: ``God Must Have Spent a Little More Time on You,'' Alabama featuring 'N Sync; ``Going Away Party,'' Asleep at the Wheel featuring Manhattan Transfer and Willie Nelson; ``Roly Poly,'' Asleep at the Wheel featuring Dixie Chicks; ``When I Said I Do,'' Clint Black with Lisa Hartman Black Lisa Hartman (b. June 1, 1956 in Houston, Texas) is an actress.
She made her first big splash in television in 1977 in the TV flop Tabitha; the belated spin-off of the 1960s sitcom Bewitched. ; ``After the Gold Rush,'' Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt and Dolly Parton.
35. Country Instrumental Performance: ``Bob's Breakdowns,'' Asleep at the Wheel featuring Tommy Allsup, Floyd Domino, Larry Franklin, Vince Gill and Steve Wariner; ``Black Mountain Rag,'' Del McCoury, Doc Watson and Mac Wiseman; ``Mr. John Henry, Steel Driving Man,'' Marty Stuart and Earl Scruggs; ``The Greatest Love of All Time,'' Marty Stuart; ``The Harry Shuffle,'' Steve Wariner.
36. Country Song: ``Amazed,'' Marv Green, Chris Lindsey and Aimee Mayo (Lonestar); ``Choices,'' Mike Curtis and Billy Yates (George Jones); ``Come on Over,'' Robert John ``Mutt'' Lange and Shania Twain (Shania Twain); ``Ready to Run,'' Marcus Hummon and Martie Seidel sei·del
A beer mug.
[German, from Middle High German sdel, from Latin situla, bucket.]
Noun 1. (Dixie Chicks); ``Two Teardrops,'' Bill Anderson and Steve Wariner (Steve Wariner).
37. Country Album: ``Ride With Bob,'' Asleep at the Wheel; ``Fly,'' Dixie Chicks; ``Trio II,'' Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt and Dolly Parton; ``Cold Hard Truth,'' George Jones; ``Forget About It,'' Alison Krauss.
38. Bluegrass bluegrass, any species of the large and widely distributed genus Poa, chiefly range and pasture grasses of economic importance in temperate and cool regions. In general, bluegrasses are perennial with fine-leaved foliage that is bluish green in some species. Album: ``Bluegrass Mandolin mandolin (măn'dəlĭn`, măn`dəlĭn'), musical instrument of the lute family, with a half-pear-shaped body, a fretted neck, and a variable number of strings, plucked with the fingers or with a plectrum. Extravaganza,'' Sam Bush, David Grisman, Ronnie McCoury, Jesse McReynolds, Bobby Osborne, Ricky Skaggs, Frank Wakefield, Buck White with Del McCoury; ``The Mountain,'' Steve Earle and the Del McCoury Band The Del McCoury Band is a Grammy Award-winning bluegrass band. Originally Del McCoury and the Dixie Pals with Del on guitar and his brother Jerry on bass, the band went through a number of changes until the 1980s when the band solidified its line-up, adding McCoury's sons, Ronnie ; ``The Bluegrass Sessions - Tales From the Acoustic Planet, Volume 2; ``I Feel Like Singing Today,'' Jim Lauderdale, Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys; ``Ancient Tones,'' Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder.
39. New Age Album: ``Citizen of the World,'' David Arkenstone; ``Turning,'' Suzanne Ciani; ``Inside Monument Valley,'' Paul Horn and R. Carlos Nakai; ``Inner Voices,'' R. Carlos Nakai; ``Plains,'' George Winston; ``Celtic Solstice,'' Paul Winter and Friends.
40. Contemporary Jazz Performance: ``Ethnomusicology ethnomusicology
Scholarly study of the world's musics from various perspectives. Although it had antecedents in the 18th and early 19th centuries, the field expanded with the development of recording technologies in the late 19th century. - Volume I,'' Russell Gunn; ``Animation/Imagination,'' Tim Hagans; ``Joy Ride,'' Bob James; ``Inside,'' David Sanborn; ``Yin-Yang,'' Victor Wooten.
41. Jazz Vocal Performance: ``It's All About Love,'' Carla Cook; ``Heart of a Woman,'' Etta James; ``When I Look in Your Eyes,'' Diana Krall; ``Bridges,'' Diane Reeves; ``Traveling Miles,'' Cassandra Wilson.
42. Jazz Instrumental Solo: ``Straight Up and Down,'' Gary Burton; ``Wigwam,'' Chick Corea; ``There Is No Greater Love,'' Stefon Harris; ``In Vogue,'' Chris Potter; ``In Walked Wayne,'' Wayne Shorter.
43. Jazz Instrumental Performance, Individual or Group: ``Like Minds,'' Gary Burton, Chick Corea, Pat Metheny, Roy Haynes and Dave Holland; ``Change,'' Chick Corea and Origin; ``Requiem,'' Branford Marsalis Quartet The Branford Marsalis Quartet is a jazz band. Members
44. Large Jazz Ensemble Performance: ``Far East Suite,'' Anthony Brown's Asian American Orchestra; ``Serendipity serendipity
happy finding of an unexpected object or solution while searching for something else. 18,'' Bob Florence Limited Edition; ``Time's Mirror,'' Tom Harrell; ``Epiphany,'' Vince Mendoza; ``Inspiration,'' Sam Rivers' Rivbea All-Star Orchestra.
45. Latin Jazz Performance: ``Tumbao Para los Congueros di Mi Vida,'' Al McKibbon; ``LatinJazz Explosion,'' Bobby Rodriguez; ``Antiguo,'' Gonzalo Rubalcaba and Cuban Quartet; ``Latin Soul,'' Poncho Sanchez; ``Briyumba Palo Congo - Religion of the Congo,'' Chucho Valdes.
46. Rock Gospel Album: ``Underdog,'' Audio Adrenaline; ``Choose Life,'' Big Tent Revival Big Tent Revival was a Christian rock band. They began in 1991 and disbanded in 2000. They did extensive touring in the U.S. and abroad and they were featured at the Harvest Crusades. Their music was known for catchy riffs, distortion, and softer acoustic ballads. ; ``I Can See Clearly Now,'' Gospel Gangstaz; ``Pray,'' Rebecca St. James; ``Time,'' Third Day.
47. Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: ``Anointed "Anointed" redirects here. For the process of anointing, see Anointing.
Anointed is a Contemporary Christian music duo consisting of siblings Steve and Da'dra Crawford. Their musical style includes elements of R&B, funk, and piano ballads. ,'' Anointed; ``Speechless,'' Steven Curtis Chapman Steven Curtis Chapman (born November 21, 1962 in Paducah, Kentucky, U.S.) is a contemporary Christian musician who has won five Grammy awards and more Gospel Music Association awards than any other artist in history. ; ``The Gift of Christmas,'' Andrae Crouch; ``Gloryland,'' The Dukes of Dixieland; ``The Prince of Egypt - Nashville,'' various artists.
48. Southern, Country or Bluegrass Gospel Album: ``A Glen Campbell Christmas,'' Glen Campbell; ``Roy Clark Sings and Plays Gospel Greats,'' Roy Clark; ``Kennedy Center Homecoming,'' Bill and Gloria Gaither and Their Homecoming Friends; ``Winding Through Life,'' Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver; ``The Final Sessions,'' J.D. Sumner and the Stamps Quartet.
49. Traditional Soul Gospel Album: ``Christmas With Shirley Caesar,'' Shirley Caesar; ``Music in the Air,'' Dixie Hummingbirds; ``God Can and God Will,'' Dottie Peoples; ``Uncensored,'' Pop Winans and the Winanaires; ``Live in Detroit Live in Detroit a 2003 release of a live performance by the band The Stooges. Track listing
50. Contemporary Soul Gospel Album: ``Mountain High ... Valley Low,'' Yolanda Adams; ``Many Different Roads,'' Gladys Knight; ``So Cool,'' Take 6; ``We Got Next,'' Winans Phase 2; ``His Gift,'' CeCe Winans.
51. Gospel Choir or Chorus Album: ``Any Day,'' Victory in Praise Music and Arts Seminar Mass Choir; ``Emmanuel (God With Us),'' Mississippi Mass Choir The Mississippi Mass Choir is an American gospel choir based in Jackson, Mississippi. History
Under the musical direction of David R. Curry Jr. ; ``High and Lifted Up,'' Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir is a highly-recognized Grammy-winning non-denominational, 300-member voice gospel choir based at the Brooklyn Tabernacle. The Brooklyn Tabernacle is a church located in downtown Brooklyn in New York City. ; ``Hosanna Hosanna (hōzăn`ə) [Heb.,=save now; Psalm 118], an intensified imperative, a cry, addressed to God, particularly used in the Feast of Tabernacles, when prayers for rain were offered. ! and They Sang the Word,'' Wilmington Chester Mass Choir; ``Let's Make it Better,'' Inner City.
52. Latin Pop Performance: ``Tiempos,'' Ruben Blades; ``Ni es lo Mismo ni es Igual,'' Juan Luis Guerra Juan Luis Guerra (born June 7, 1957 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic) is one of the most internationally recognized Dominican singer/songwriters. His pop style of merengue and bolero and Afro-pop/Latin fusion have garnered him considerable success outside the Dominican Republic. 440; ``MTV Unplugged,'' Mana; ``Amarte es un Placer,'' Luis Miguel; ``Llegar a Ti,'' Jaci Velasquez.
53. Latin Rock/Alternative Performance: ``Reves/Yo Soy,'' Cafe Tacvba; ``Nectar,'' Enanitos Verdes; ``La Marcha del Golazo Solitario,'' Fabulosos Cadillacs; ``Bajo el Azul de tu Misterio,'' Jaguares; ``Resurrection,'' Chris Perez Band.
54. Traditional Tropical Latin Performance: ``Late Night Sessions,'' Caravana Cubana; ``Buena Vista Social Club The Buena Vista Social Club was a members club in Havana, Cuba that held dances and musical activities, becoming a popular location for musicians to meet and play during the 1940s. Presents Ibrahim Ferrer,'' Ibrahim Ferrer; ``Songs From a Little Blue House,'' Juan-Carlos Formell; ``Sublime Ilusion,'' Eliades Ochoa; ``Mambo Birdland,'' Tito Puente; ``El Amor de mi Tierra,'' Carlos Vives.
55. Salsa Performance: ``La Formula Original,'' Oscar D'Leon; ``Gotcha (jargon, programming) gotcha - A misfeature of a system, especially a programming language or environment, that tends to breed bugs or mistakes because it both enticingly easy to invoke and completely unexpected and/or unreasonable in its outcome. !'' DLG DLG - (DFA-based Lexical analyser Generator) The lexical analyser generator in the Purdue Compiler-Construction Tool Set. (Dark Latin Groove); ``Sola,'' India; ``Llego ... Van Van: Van Van Is Here,'' Los Van Van Los Van Van is a Cuban band led by bassist Juan Formell, and is considered to be one of Cuba's major timba acts, while Juan Formell has arguably become the most important figure in contemporary Cuban music. ; ``De Otra Manera,'' Jerry Rivera.
56. Merengue merengue
Couple dance from the Dominican Republic or Haiti, danced throughout Latin America. Originally a folk dance, it has become a ballroom dance, where it is danced with a limping step, the weight always on the same foot. Varieties include the jaleo and juangomero. Performance: ``Pintame,'' Elvis Crespo; ``Atada,'' Gisselle; ``The Dynasty,'' Grupo Mania; ``Encontre el Amor,'' Jailene; ``Lleno de Vida,'' Manny Manny may refer to:
57. Mexican-American Performance: ``Por el Amor de Siempre,'' Pepe Aguilar; ``100 Anos de Mariachi,'' Placido Domingo; ``Mi Verdad,'' Alejandro Fernandez; ``Vicente Fernandez y los Mas Grandes Exitos de los Dandy's,'' Vicente Fernandez; ``Momentos,'' La Mafia.
58. Tejano Performance: ``Contigo,'' Intocable; ``Jaime y los Chamacos,'' Jaime y los Chamacos; ``Mariposa,'' Jennifer y los Jetz; ``Por Eso Te Amo,'' Los Palominos; ``Amor, Familia This article is about the Polish political party. For other uses, see Familia (disambiguation).
Familia ("The Family," from the Romain familia y Respeto ...,'' A.B. Quintanilla y los Kumbia Kings.
59. Traditional Blues Album: ``Memphis Monday Morning,'' Bobby ``Blue'' Bland; ``A Good Day for the Blues,'' Ruth Brown; ``Blues on the Bayou Blues on the Bayou is a 1998 recording by B.B. King. Track listing
60. Contemporary Blues Album: ``Live in Chicago,'' Luther Allison; ``Take Your Shoes Off,'' Robert Cray Band; ``Wander This World,'' Jonny Lang; ``Welcome to Little Milton,'' Little Milton; ``Continental Drifter,'' Charlie Musselwhite.
61. Traditional Folk Album: ``Press On,'' June Carter Cash; ``The Long Ride,'' Ramblin' Jack Elliott For the composer, see .
Ramblin' Jack Elliott (born Elliott Charles Adnopoz, August 1, 1931) is an American folk performer.
Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Elliott grew up in a Jewish family and had always wanted to be a cowboy, inspired by the ; ``Retrograss,'' David Grisman, John Hartford and Mike Seeger; ``Songs of Mississippi,'' John Hurt; ``Third Generation Blues,'' Doc and Richard Watson.
62. Contemporary Folk Album: ``Cajunization,'' Beausoleil; ``Fellow Workers,'' Ani DiFranco and Utah Phillips; ``In Spite of Ourselves,'' John Prine; ``Western Wall - The Tucson Sessions,'' Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris; ``Mule Variations,'' Tom Waits.
63. Reggae Album: ``Roots Revival,'' Aswad; ``The Doctor,'' Beenie Man; ``Calling Rastafari,'' Burning Spear; ``Living Legacy,'' Steel Pulse; ``Generation Coming,'' Third World.
64. World Music Album: ``Volume 2: Release,'' Afro Celt Sound System The Afro Celt Sound System is a musical group which fuses modern dance rhythms (trip-hop, techno, etc.) with Celtic and African influences. It was formed by Grammy-nominated producer-guitarist Simon Emmerson, and is considered to be somewhat of a world music supergroup, often ; ``Cafe Atlantico,'' Cesaria Evora; ``Papa,'' Salif Keita; ``Niafunke,'' Ali Farka Toure; ``Livro,'' Caetano Veloso.
65. Polka polka, ballroom dance for couples in 2/4 time. Originated by Bohemian peasants about 1830 from steps of the schottische and other dances, the polka by 1835 reached the drawing rooms of Prague, from which it spread to the capitals of Europe. Album: ``Smokin' Polkas,'' Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones; ``Polkasonic,'' Brave Combo; ``Follow Me,'' John Gora and Gorale; ``Yearning for Polkas and Waltzes,'' Walter Ostanek; ``Polkapalooza,'' Jimmy Sturr and his Orchestra.
66. Musical Album for Children: ``The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland,'' Various Artists; ``A Bug's Life Sing-Along,'' various artists; ``Dreamosaurus,'' Dinorock; ``Ella Jenkins and a Union of Friends Pulling Together,'' Ella Jenkins; ``John McCutcheon's Four Seasons: Springsongs,'' John McCutcheon; ``Mannheim Steamroller Meets the Mouse,'' Mannheim Steamroller.
67. Spoken Word Album for Children: ``The Battle of the Mad Scientists and Other Tales of Survival,'' Bill Harley; ``A Bug's Life Read-Along,'' Hayden Panettiere; ``Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (J.K. Rowling),'' Jim Dale; ``Let's Eat!'' Sesame Street Muppets; ``Listen to the Storyteller,'' Wynton Marsalis, Graham Greene and Kate Winslet.
68. Spoken Word Album: ``The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr.,'' LeVar Burton; ``The Chieftains - The Authorized Biography (John Glatt Glatt may refer to:
In the Judeo-Christian and Islamic traditions, the parents of the human race. Genesis gives two versions of their creation. In the first, God creates “male and female in his own image” on the sixth day. : Translated by Mark Twain,'' Betty Buckley and Mandy Patinkin with Walter Cronkite; ``Merle merle
a pattern of coat color pigmentation with dark, irregular blotches on a lighter background. Seen in some Collies and Welsh corgis. In shorthaired dogs, e.g. Great Danes and Dachshunds, the similar pattern is called dapple. Haggard's My House of Memories - For the Record (Merle Haggard with Tom Carter),'' Merle Haggard; `` 'Tis (Frank McCourt),'' Frank McCourt.
69. Spoken Comedy Album: ``Bigger and Blacker,'' Chris Rock; ``How Paul Robeson Saved My Life and Other Mostly Happy Stories,'' Carl Reiner; ``A Prairie Home Companion - 25th Anniversary Collection,'' Garrison Keillor; ``Stan and Judy's Kid,'' Adam Sandler; ``You Are All Diseased,'' George Carlin car·line or car·lin
A woman, especially an old one.
[Middle English kerling, from Old Norse, from karl, man.] .
70. Musical Show Album: ``Annie Get Your Gun,'' Stephen Ferrera and John McDaniel; ``Footloose foot·loose
Having no attachments or ties; free to do as one pleases.
free to go or do as one wishes
Adj. 1. ,'' Tommy Krasker and Tom Snow; ``Fosse,'' Jay David Saks; ``Hedwig and the Angry Inch,'' Brad Wood; ``You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown This article is about the stage musical. For the 1985 animated television adaptation, see You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (TV special).
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown ,'' Andrew Lippa.
71. Soundtrack Album: ``American Beauty,'' various artists; ``Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me,'' various artists; ``The Matrix,'' various artists; ``The Prince of Egypt,'' various artists; ``Tarzan,'' Phil Collins.
72. Instrumental Composition Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: ``A Bug's Life,'' Randy Newman; ``Life Is Beautiful (La Vita E Bella),'' Nicola Piovani; ``The Red Violin,'' John Corigliano; ``Shakespeare in Love,'' Stephen Warbeck; ``Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace,'' John Williams.
73. Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: ``Beautiful Stranger'' (from ``Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me''), Madonna and William Orbit; ``Music of My Heart'' (from ``Music of the Heart''), Diane Warren; ``The Prince of Egypt (When You Believe)'' (from ``The Prince of Egypt''), Steven Schwartz and Babyface; ``The Time of Your Life'' (from ``A Bug's Life''), Randy Newman; ``You'll Be in My Heart'' (from ``Tarzan''), Phil Collins.
74. Instrumental Composition: ``Dad's Room,'' David Benoit; ``El Farol,'' K.C. Porter and Carlos Santana; ``Joyful Noise Suite,'' Don Sebesky; ``Little Flamenco,'' Chick Corea; ``Tropicana Nights,'' Paquito D'Rivera.
75. Instrumental Arrangement: ``Chelsea Bridge,'' Jorge Calandrelli; ``Chelsea Bridge,'' Don Sebesky; ``Fiesta,'' Lalo Schifrin; ``Pink Panther,'' Dori Caymmi and Tom Scott; ``Stella by Starlight - From the Uninvited,'' John Williams.
76. Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): ``Day Dream,'' (Tony Bennett); ``In the Wee, Small Hours of the Morning,'' (Barry Manilow); ``Livin' La Vida Loca,'' (Ricky Martin); ``Lonely Town,'' (Charlie Haden Quartet West featuring Shirley Horn); ``The Prayer,'' (Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli).
77. Recording Package: ``Bleecker Street - Greenwich Village in the '60s,'' (various artists); ``Late Night Sessions,'' (Caravana Cubana); ``Ride With Bob,'' (Asleep at the Wheel); ``Ultra-Lounge: Tiki Tiki
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78. Boxed Recording Package: ``The Blue Note Years - 60th Anniversary Box Set,'' (various artists); ``The Complete Jazz at the Philharmonic Jazz at the Philharmonic (or JATP) was the title of a series of concerts and recordings produced by Norman Granz. The first concert was held in 1944 in Los Angeles, and featured Illinois Jacquet, Jack McVea, J. J. on Verve 1944-1949,'' (various artists); ``Hot Rods & Custom Classics - Cruisin' Songs & Highway Hits,'' (various artists); ``John Coltrane - The Classic Quartet - Complete Impulse! Studio Recordings''; ``Miles Davis - The Complete Bitches Brew Sessions.''
79. Album Notes: ``Hank Williams - Live at the Grand Ole Opry''; ``John Coltrane - The Classic Quartet - Complete Impulse! Studio Recordings''; ``The Last Soul Company'' (various artists); Ray Charles - The Complete Country & Western Recordings (1959-1986)''; ``Sony Music 100 Years: Soundtrack for a Century,'' (various artists).
80. Historical Album: ``The Complete Jazz at the Philharmonic on Verve 1944-1949'' (various artists); ``The Duke Ellington Centennial Edition - The Complete RCA See RCA connector and video/TV history. Victor Recordings (1927-1973)''; ``The Mahler Broadcasts 1948-1982,'' (New York Philharmonic The New York Philharmonic is the oldest active symphony orchestra in the United States, organized during 1842. Based in New York City, the Philharmonic performs most of its concerts at Avery Fisher Hall and has long been considered one of the best orchestras in the world. ); ``Ray Charles - The Complete Country & Western Recordings (1959-1986)''; ``Sony Music 100 Years: Soundtrack for a Century'' (various artists).
81. Engineered Album, Non-Classical: ``Forget About It,'' (Alison Krauss); ``Mindfields,'' (Toto); ``My Heart,'' (Lorrie Morgan); ``Owsley,'' (Owsley); ``When I Look in Your Eyes,'' (Diana Krall).
82. Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Walter Afanasieff, ``I Count the Minutes'' (Ricky Martin), ``The Island,'' (Barbra Streisand) and other recordings; Rob Cavallo, ``Blue Eyes Blue'' (Eric Clapton), ``You'll Be in My Heart'' (Phil Collins) and other recordings; Dann Huff, ``How Lucky I Am'' (Bryan White), ``The Whole SheBang'' (SheDaisy) and others; Rick Rubin, ``Californication'' (Red Hot Chili Peppers) and ``Echo'' (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers); Matt Serletic, ``Smooth'' (Santana featuring Rob Thomas) and other recordings.
83. Remixer of the Year, Non-Classical: Club 69 (Peter Rauhofer); Hex Hector; Steve ``Silk'' Hurley; Masters at Work Masters At Work is the house music production and remix team of Kenny 'Dope' Gonzales and Little Louie Vega. They first worked together using the name (which had originally been loaned to a mutual friend Todd Terry) in 1990. ; Soul Solution (Bobby Guy and Ernie Lake).
84. Engineered Album, Classical: ``Crumb: Ancient Voices of Children, etc.'' (James Freeman, conductor); ``Dvorak: Piano Trio 'Dumky,' etc.'' (Eroica Trio); ``Dvorak: Stabat Mater,'' (Robert Shaw, conductor); ``Mahler: Symphony No. 3,'' (Jesus Lopez-Cobos, conductor); ``Stravinsky: Firebird; The Rite of Spring, etc.'' (Michael Tilson Thomas Michael Tilson Thomas (b. December 21, 1944), aka MTT, is an American conductor, pianist and composer who directs the San Francisco Symphony. Biography
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85. Producer of the Year, Classical: Adam Abeshouse, ``Chopin: Etudes - The Complete Piano Works, Vol. 10,'' and other recordings; Andrew Keener, ``Mahler: Symphony No. 2 'Resurrection' '' and other recordings; Marina A. Ledin and Victor Ledin Barber: ``Confrey: Piano Music'' and other recordings; James Mallinson, ``Bellezza Vocale - Beautiful Opera Duets'' and other recordings; Robina G. Young, ``Legends of St. Nicholas - Medieval Chant and Polyphony'' and other recordings.
86. Classical Album: ``Bartok: Violin Concerto No. 2, etc.'' (Gil Shaham, violin, Chicago Symphony Orchestra Chicago Symphony Orchestra, founded in 1891 by Theodore Thomas, who conducted it until his death in 1905. Orchestra Hall was built for it in 1904 with funds raised by public subscription; the hall is now part of Symphony Center, which was completed in 1997. , Pierre Boulez, conductor); ``Beethoven: The Violin Sonatas'' (Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin; Lambert Orkis, piano); ``Dvorak: Stabat Mater,'' (Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
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87. Orchestral Performance: ``Mahler: Symphony No. 1,'' Pierre Boulez; ``Mahler: Symphony No. 3,'' Sir Simon Rattle; ``Mahler: Symphony No. 9,'' Benjamin Zander; ``Revueltas: Sensemaya,'' Esa-Pekka Salonen; ``Stravinsky: Firebird, etc.,'' Michael Tilson Thomas.
88. Opera Recording: ``Ades: Powder Her Face Powder Her Face is a chamber opera in two acts, Op. 14 (1995) by the British composer Thomas Adès (b. 1971). The English libretto is by Philip Hensher. It was commissioned by the Almeida Opera, a part of London's Almeida Theatre, for performances at the Cheltenham Music ,'' Thomas Ades; ``Dvorak: Rusalka,'' Sir Charles Mackerras; ``Ligeti: Le Grand Macabre Le Grand Macabre (1975-77, revised version 1996) is György Ligeti's only opera. The opera has two acts and its libretto, loosely based on a play by the Belgian author Michel De Ghelderode, was written by Ligeti in collaboration with Michael Meschke. ,'' Esa-Pekka Salonen; ``Messiaen: Saint Francois d'Assise,'' Kent Nagano; ``Nielsen: Maskarade,'' Ulf Schirmer; ``Stravinsky: The Rake's Progress,'' John Eliot Gardiner.
89. Choral Performance: ``Britten: War Requiem,'' Robert Shafer; ``Handel: Solomon,'' Paul McCreesh; ``Schmidt: Book of the Seven Seals,'' Franz Welser-Most; ``Schubert: Mass in A Flat,'' John Eliot Gardiner; ``Walton: Belshazzar's Feast,'' Sir Simon Rattle.
90. Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance (With Orchestra): ``Bartok: Violin Concerto No. 2; Rhapsodies Nos. 1 and 2,'' Gil Shaham, violin; ``Beethoven: Violin Concerto/Bernstein: Serenade,'' Hilary Hahn, violin; ``Britten: Double Concerto In B Minor,'' Yuri Bashmet, viola; ``Prokofiev: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 and 3/Bartok: Piano Concerto No. 3,'' Martha Argerich, piano; ``Scriabin: Piano Concerto,'' Anatol Ugorski, piano.
91. Instrumental Soloist Performance (Without Orchestra): ``Bach: English Suites Nos. 2, 4 and 5,'' Murray Perahia, piano; ``Chopin: The Four Ballades,'' Evgeny Kissin, piano; ``Confrey: Piano Music'' Eteri Andjaparidze, piano; ``Rzewski: The People United Will Never Be Defeated, etc.'' Marc-Andre Hamelin, piano; ``Shostakovich: 24 Preludes and Fugues See
92. Chamber Music Performance: ``Beethoven: The Violin Sonatas,'' Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin, and Lambert Orkis, piano; ``Dvorak: Piano Trio 'Dumky', etc.,'' Eroica Trio; ``Hindemith: Quartet for Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano, etc.,'' Boston Symphony Chamber Players; ``Schubert: The 'Trout' Quintet, etc.,'' Joseph Carver, double bass; Andreas Haefliger, piano, Takacs Quartet; ``Tchaikovsky/Shostakovich: Piano Trios,'' Martha Argerich, piano; Gidon Kremer, violin; Mischa Maisky, cello.
93. Small Ensemble Performance: ``Brahms: Quintet In B Minor for Viola and Strings,'' Yuri Bashmet, viola, and Moscow Soloists; ``Colors of Love,'' Chanticleer Chanticleer
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See : Flattery and Joseph Jennings; ``Corelli: Concerti Grossi,'' Modo Antiquo and Federico Maria Sardelli Federico Maria Sardelli is mainly known as the leader of the award-winning baroque music ensemble Modo Antiquo, but is also a unique humorist, artist and comic writer, relatively well-known in Italy because of his monthly humour contributions to the Tuscan satirical magazine Il ; ``Scarlatti: Il Primo Omicidio,'' Akademie fur Alte Musik, Berlin, etc.; ``Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21, etc.'' Pierre Boulez, conductor, Ensemble InterContemporain, etc.
94. Classical Vocal Performance: ``Eisler: The Hollywood Songbook,'' Matthias Goerne, baritone; ``German Romantic Opera,'' Ben Heppner, tenor; ``Handel: Operatic Arias,'' David Daniels, countertenor countertenor, a male singing voice in the alto range. Singing in this range requires either a special vocal technique called falsetto, or a high extension of the tenor range. ; ``Mahler: Des Knaben Wunderhorn Des Knaben Wunderhorn (German, lit. The Youth's Magic Horn, referring to a magical device like the cornucopia) is a collection of German folk poems collected (and heavily redacted) by Achim von Arnim and Clemens Brentano, and published in Heidelberg, Germany ,'' Thomas Quasthoff, baritone, Anne Sofie von Otter Anne Sofie von Otter (born 9 May 1955) is an opera singer and concert recitalist. She is particularly known for her trouser roles. Biography
Von Otter was born in Stockholm, Sweden. Her father was the diplomat Göran von Otter and she grew up in Bonn, London and Stockholm. , mezzo-soprano mezzo-soprano: see soprano. ; ``Schubert: Winterreise,'' Thomas Quasthoff, bass-baritone.
95. Classical Contemporary Composition: ``Ades: Asyla,'' Thomas Ades, composer; ``Boulez: Repons,'' Pierre Boulez, composer; ``Imbrie: Requiem,'' Andrew Imbrie, composer; ``Kernis: Air for Violin,'' Aaron Jay Kernis Aaron Jay Kernis (born January 15, 1960) is one of the most highly-honored contemporary composers. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and studied at the Manhattan School of Music, the San Francisco Conservatory, and Yale University (under John Adams, Jacob Druckman, Morton , composer; ``Tavener: Eternity's Sunrise,'' John Tavener, composer.
96. Classical Crossover Album: ``Beautiful Star - A Celebration of Christmas,'' Buryl Red, conductor; ``Christmas by the Bay,'' Vance George; ``If Ever I Would Leave You - The Songs of Alan Jay Lerner Noun 1. Alan Jay Lerner - United States lyricist who collaborated on musicals with Frederick Loewe (1918-1986)
Lerner ,'' Bryn Terfel; ``Meyer: Short Trip Home,'' Joshua Bell, violin, and others; ``Schickele: Hornsmoke,'' Chestnut Brass Co.; ``Take the 'A' Train - Canadian Brass Play the Music of Duke Ellington,'' Canadian Brass.
97. Short Form Music Video: ``All Is Full of Love,'' Bjork; ``Everything Is Everything,'' Lauryn Hill; ``Freak on a Leash,'' Korn; ``Back at One,'' Brian McKnight; ``Unpretty,'' TLC.
98. Long Form Music Video: ``The Making of 'Ride with Bob' '' Asleep at the Wheel; ``Don't Stop,'' Gloria Estefan; ``Bands of Gypsys - Live at Fillmore East,'' Jimi Hendrix; ``Meeting People Is Easy,'' Radiohead; ``Popmart - Live from Mexico City,'' U2.
The Backstreet Boys' five Grammy Award nominations include record, album, pop album and song of the year, and best pop performance by a duo or group with vocal.
(2) Lauryn Hill is competing for the best female r&b vocal performance, and best short form music video awards. Her ``All That I Can Say,'' written by Mary J. Blige, is up for best r&b song.
(3) Emmylou Harris is nominated in four categories for both solo and group efforts.
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