Thursday, February 22, 2001
2001 Grammy winners
By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Complete list of winners at 43rd annual Grammy awards:
Album of the Year: "Two Against Nature," Steely Dan.
Latin Pop Album: "Shakira - MTV Unplugged," Shakira.
Native American Music Album: "Gathering of Nations Pow Wow," Tom Bee and Douglas Spotted Eagle Producers.
Country Album: "Breathe," Faith Hill.<
Jazz Vocal Album: "In the Moment - Live in Concert," Dianne Reeves.
Record of the Year: "Beautiful Day," U2.
Song of the Year: "Beautiful Day," U2 (U2).
New Artist: Shelby Lynne.
R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal: "Say My Name," Destiny's Child.
Rap Album: "The Marshall Mathers LP," Eminem.
Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal: "Beautiful Day," U2.
Female Pop Vocal Performance: "I Try," Macy Gray.
Pop Vocal Album: "Two Against Nature," Steely Dan.
Engineered Album, Non-Classical: "Two Against Nature," (Steely Dan).
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Dr. Dre, "B. ... Please II" (Eminem featuring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Xzibit & Nate Dogg).
Remixer of the Year, Non-Classical: Hex Hector, "Feelin' So Good" (Jennifer Lopez).
Engineered Album, Classical: "Dvorak: Requiem, Op. 89.
Producer of the Year, Classical Albums Only: Steven Epstein, "Appalachian Journey (1B; Mist Moonlight Waltz; Indecision, etc.)" (Yo-Yo Ma, cello; E. Meyer, d/bass; M. O'Connor, violin).
Classical Album: "Shostakovich: The String Quartets" Da-Hong Seetoo & Max Wilcox, producers.
Orchestral Performance Award to the Conductor and to the Orchestra: "Mahler: Sym. No. 10," Sir Simon Rattle (Berliner Phil.).
Opera Recording Award to the Conductor, Album Producer(s) and Principal Soloists: "Busoni: Doktor Faust," Kent Nagano; Kim Begley.
Choral Performance: "Penderecki: Credo," Helmuth Rilling (Oregon Bach Festival Cho.; Oregon Bach Festival Orch.).
Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance: "Maw: Violin Concerto," Joshua Bell, violin; Sir Roger Norrington, conductor (London Phil. Orch.).
Best Instrumental Soloist Performance (without Orchestra): "Dreams Of A World (Works Of Lauro, Ruiz-Pipo, Duarte, Etc.)," Sharon Isbin, guitar.
Chamber Music Performance Award to the Artists: "Shostakovich: The String Quartets," Emerson String Quartet.
Small Ensemble Performance (with or without conductor: "Shadow Dances (Stravinsky Miniatures - Tango; Suite No. 1; Octet, etc.)," Orpheus Chamber Orch.
Classical Vocal Performance: "The Vivaldi Album (Dell'aura al sussurrar; Alma oppressa, ec.)," Cecilia Bartoli, mezzo soprano.
Classical Contemporary Composition: "Crumb: Star-Child," George Crumb, composer.
Classical Crossover Album: "Appalachian Journey," Yo-Yo Ma, cello. Edgar Meyer, double bass; Mark O'Connor, violin.
Musical Show Album: "Elton John And Tim Rice's Aida," original Broadway cast, lyricist Tim Rice, composer Elton John.
Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or other Visual Media: "Almost Famous," various artists.
Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or other Visual Media: "American Beauty," composer Thomas Newman.
Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: "When She Loved Me," (Sarah McLachlan from "Toy Story 2"), songwriter Randy Newman.
Short-Form Music Video: "Learn To Fly," Foo Fighters.
Album Notes: "The Complete Columbia Recordings 1955-1961," (Miles Davis and John Coltrane).
Historical Album: "The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings," (Louis Armstrong).
Instrumental Composition: "Theme from Angela's Ashes," John Williams (John Williams).
Instrumental Arrangement: "Spain for Sextet & Orchestra," Chick Corea.
Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): "Both Sides Now," Vince Mendoza (Joni Mitchell).
Recording Package: "Music," (Madonna).
Boxed Recording Package: "The Complete Columbia Recordings 1955-1961," (Miles Davis & John Coltrane).
Female R&B Vocal Performance: "He Wasn't Man Enough," Toni Braxton.
Male R&B Vocal Performance: "Untitled (How Does It Feel)," D'Angelo. R&B Song: "Say My Name," LaShawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins, Beyonce Knowles, LeToya Luckett, LaTavia Roberson and Kelendria Rowland (Destiny's Child).
R&B Album: "Voodoo," D'Angelo.
Traditional R&B Vocal Album: "Ear-Resistible," The Temptations.
Male Pop Vocal Performance: "She Walks This Earth (Soberana Rosa)," Sting.
Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal: "Cousin Dupree," Steely Dan.
Pop Collaboration with Vocals: "Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't (My Baby)," B.B. King and Dr. John.
Pop Instrumental Performance: "Caravan," The Brian Setzer Orchestra.
Dance Recording: "Who Let the Dogs Out," Baha Men.
Pop Instrumental Album: "Symphony No. 1," Joe Jackson.
Traditional Pop Vocal Album: "Both Sides Now," Joni Mitchell.
Female Rock Vocal Performance: "There Goes the Neighborhood," Sheryl Crow.
Male Rock Vocal Performance: "Again," Lenny Kravitz.
Hard Rock Performance: "Guerrilla Radio," Rage Against the Machine.
Female Country Vocal Performance: "Breathe," Faith Hill.
Male Country Vocal Performance: "Solitary Man," Johnny Cash.
Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal: "Cherokee Maiden," Asleep At The Wheel.
Country Collaboration with Vocals: "Let's Make Love," Faith Hill and Tim McGraw.
Country Instrumental Performance: "Leaving Cottondale," Alison Brown with Bela Fleck.
Country Song: "I Hope You Dance," Mark D. Sanders and Tia Sillers (Lee Ann Womack).
Bluegrass Album: "The Grass Is Blue," Dolly Parton.
New Age Album: "Thinking of You," Kitaro.
Contemporary Jazz Album: "Outbound," Bela Fleck and The Flecktones.
Jazz Instrumental Solo: "(Go) Get It," Pat Metheny.
Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or Group: "Contemporary Jazz," Branford Marsalis.
Large Jazz Ensemble Album: "52nd Street Themes," Joe Lovano.
Latin Jazz Album: "Live at the Village Vanguard," Chucho Valdes.
Latin Rock/Alternative Album: "Uno," La Ley.
Traditional Tropical Latin Album: "Alma Caribena," Gloria Estefan.
Salsa Album: "Masterpiece/Obra Maestra," Tito Puente and Eddie Palmieri.
Merengue Album: "Olga Viva, Viva Olga," Olga Tanon.
Mexican/Mexican-American Album: "Por una Mujer Bonita," Pepe Aguilar.
Tejano Album: "Que Es Musica Tejana?" The Legends.
Musical Album for Children: "Woody's Roundup Featuring Riders in the Sky," Riders in the Sky.
Spoken Word Album for Children: "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," (J. K. Rowling) Jim Dale.
Spoken Word Album: "The Measure of a Man," (Sidney Poitier) Sidney Poitier.
Spoken Comedy Album: "Braindroppings," George Carlin.
Long-Form Music Video: "Gimme Some Truth - The Making of John Lennon's Imagine Album," John Lennon.
Metal Performance: "Elite," Deftones.
Rock Instrumental Performance: "The Call of Ktulu," Metallica with Michael Kamen conducting the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.
Rock Song: "With Arms Wide Open," Scott Stapp and Mark Tremonti (Creed).
Rock Album: "There Is Nothing Left to Lose," Foo Fighters.
Alternative Music Album: "Kid A," Radiohead.
Rap Solo Performance: "The Real Slim Shady," Eminem.
Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: "Forgot About Dre," Dr. Dre featuring Eminem.
Rock Gospel Album: "Double Take," Petra.
Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: "If I Left the Zoo," Jars of Clay.
Southern, Country or Bluegrass Gospel Album: "Soldier of the Cross," Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder.
Traditional Soul Gospel Album: "You Can Make It," Shirley Caesar.
Contemporary Soul Gospel Album: "Thankful," Mary Mary.
Gospel Choir or Chorus Album: "Live - God Is Working," Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, Carol Cymbala, choir director.
Traditional Blues Album: "Riding with the King," B.B. King and Eric Clapton.
Contemporary Blues Album: "Shoutin' in Key," Taj Mahal and the Phantom Blues Band.
Traditional Folk Album: "Public Domain - Songs From the Wild Land," Dave Alvin.
Contemporary Folk Album: "Red Dirt Girl," Emmylou Harris.
Reggae Album: "Art and Life," Beenie Man.
World Music Album: "Joao Voz e Violao," Joao Gilberto.
Polka Album: "Touched by a Polka," Jimmy Sturr.