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FOX Facts: Complete List of Grammy Award Nominations

Complete list of nominees in 108 categories announced Thursday for the 49th annual Grammy Awards, to be presented Feb. 11 in Los Angeles:

1. Record of the Year: "Be Without You," Mary J. Blige; "You're Beautiful," James Blunt; "Not Ready to Make Nice," Dixie Chicks; "Crazy," Gnarls Barkley; "Put Your Records On," Corinne Bailey Rae.

2. Album of the Year: "Taking the Long Way," Dixie Chicks; "St. Elsewhere," Gnarls Barkley; "Continuum," John Mayer; "Stadium Arcadium," Red Hot Chili Peppers; "FutureSex/LoveSounds," Justin Timberlake.

3. Song of the Year: "Be Without You," Johnta Austin, Mary J. Blige, Bryan-Michael Cox and Jason Perry (Mary J. Blige); "Jesus, Take the Wheel," Brett James, Hillary Lindsey and Gordie Sampson (Carrie Underwood); "Not Ready to Make Nice," Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Robison and Dan Wilson (Dixie Chicks); "Put Your Records On," John Beck, Steve Chrisanthou and Corinne Bailey Rae (Corinne Bailey Rae); "You're Beautiful," James Blunt, Amanda Ghost and Sacha Skarbek (James Blunt).

4. New Artist: James Blunt; Chris Brown; Imogen Heap; Corinne Bailey Rae; Carrie Underwood.

5. Female Pop Vocal Performance: "Ain't No Other Man," Christina Aguilera; "Unwritten," Natasha Bedingfield; "You Can Close Your Eyes," Sheryl Crow; "Stupid Girls," Pink; "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree," KT Tunstall.

6. Male Pop Vocal Performance: "You're Beautiful," James Blunt; "Save Room," John Legend; "Waiting on the World to Change," John Mayer; "Jenny Wren," Paul McCartney; "Bad Day," Daniel Powter.

7. Pop Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: "My Humps," the Black Eyed Peas; "I Will Follow You Into the Dark," Death Cab for Cutie; "Over My Head (Cable Car)," the Fray; "Is It Any Wonder?," Keane; "Stickwitu," the Pussycat Dolls.

8. Pop Collaboration With Vocals: "For Once in My Life," Tony Bennett and Stevie Wonder; "One," Mary J. Blige and U2; "Always on Your Side," Sheryl Crow and Sting; "Promiscuous," Nelly Furtado and Timbaland; "Hips Don't Lie," Shakira and Wyclef Jean.

9. Pop Instrumental Performance: "Mornin'," George Benson (& Al Jarreau); "Drifting," Enya; "Subterfuge," Bela Fleck and the Flecktones; "Song H," Bruce Hornsby; "My Favorite Things," the Brian Setzer Orchestra.

10. Pop Instrumental Album: "New Beginnings," Gerald Albright; "Fire Wire," Larry Carlton; "X," Fourplay; "Fingerprints," Peter Frampton; "Wrapped in a Dream," Spyro Gyra.

11. Pop Vocal Album: "Back to Basics," Christina Aguilera; "Back to Bedlam," James Blunt; "The River in Reverse," Elvis Costello and Allen Toussaint; "Continuum," John Mayer; "FutureSex/LoveSounds," Justin Timberlake.

12. Dance Recording: "Suffer Well," Depeche Mode; "Ooh La La," Goldfrapp; "Get Together," Madonna; "I'm With Stupid," Pet Shop Boys; "Sexy Back," Justin Timberlake and Timbaland.

13. Electronic/Dance Album: "Supernature," Goldfrapp; "Confessions on a Dance Floor," Madonna; "A Lively Mind," Oakenfold; "Fundamental," Pet Shop Boys; "The Garden," Zero 7.

14. Traditional Pop Vocal Album: "Duets: an American Classic," Tony Bennett; "Caught in the Act," Michael Buble; "Wintersong," Sarah McLachlan; "Bette Midler Sings the Peggy Lee Songbook," Bette Midler; "Timeless Love," Smokey Robinson.

15. Solo Rock Vocal Performance: "Nausea," Beck; "Someday Baby," Bob Dylan; "Route 66," John Mayer; "Saving Grace," Tom Petty; "Lookin' for a Leader," Neil Young.

16. Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: "Talk," Coldplay; "How to Save a Life," the Fray; "Steady, As She Goes," the Raconteurs; "Dani California," Red Hot Chili Peppers; "The Saints Are Coming," U2 and Green Day.

17. Hard Rock Performance: "Crazy Bitch," Buckcherry; "Every Day Is Exactly the Same," Nine Inch Nails; "Lonely Day," System of a Down; "Vicarious," Tool; "Woman," Wolfmother.

18. Metal Performance: "Redneck," Lamb of God; "Colony of Birchmen," Mastodon; "Lies, Lies, Lies," Ministry; "Eyes of the Insane," Slayer; "30/30-150," Stone Sour.

19. Rock Instrumental Performance: "Chun Li's Flying Bird Kick," Arctic Monkeys; "The Wizard Turns On ... ," the Flaming Lips; "Black Hole Sun," Peter Frampton; "Catsellorizon," David Gilmour; "Super Colossal," Joe Satriani.

20. Rock Song: "Chasing Cars," Nathan Connolly, Gary Lightbody, Jonny Quinn, Tom Simpson and Paul Wilson (Snow Patrol); "Dani California," Flea, John Frusciante, Anthony Kiedis and Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers); "Lookin' for a Leader," Neil Young (Neil Young); "Someday Baby," Bob Dylan (Bob Dylan); "When You Were Young," Brandon Flowers, Dave Keuning, Mark Stoermer and Ronnie Vannucci (The Killers).

21. Rock Album: "Try!," John Mayer Trio; "Highway Companion," Tom Petty; "Broken Boy Soldiers," the Raconteurs; "Stadium Arcadium," Red Hot Chili Peppers; "Living With War," Neil Young.

22. Alternative Music Album: "Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not," Arctic Monkeys; "At War With the Mystics," the Flaming Lips; "St. Elsewhere," Gnarls Barkley; "Show Your Bones," Yeah Yeah Yeahs; "The Eraser," Thom Yorke.

23. Female R&B Vocal Performance: "Ring the Alarm," Beyonce; "Be Without You," Mary J. Blige; "Don't Forget About Us," Mariah Carey; "Day Dreaming," Natalie Cole; "I Am Not My Hair," India.Arie.

24. Male R&B Vocal Performance: "Heaven," John Legend; "So Sick," Ne-Yo; "Black Sweat," Prince; "I Call It Love," Lionel Richie; "Got You Home," Luther Vandross.

25. R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: "Breezin'," George Benson and Al Jarreau; "Love Changes," Jamie Foxx featuring Mary J. Blige; "Everyday (Family Reunion)," Chaka Khan, Gerald Levert, Yolanda Adams and Carl Thomas; "Family Affair," (Sly and the Family Stone), John Legend, Joss Stone With Van Hunt; "Beautiful, Loved and Blessed," Prince and Tamar.

26. Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: "Christmas Time Is Here," Anita Baker; "God Bless the Child," George Benson and Al Jarreau featuring Jill Scott; "I Found My Everything," Mary J. Blige featuring Raphael Saadiq; "You Are So Beautiful," Sam Moore featuring Billy Preston, Zucchero, Eric Clapton and Robert Randolph; "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)," the Temptations.

27. Urban/Alternative Performance: "Crazy," Gnarls Barkley; "That Heat," Segio Mendes featuring Erykah Badu and Will.i.am; "Mas Que Nada," Sergio Mendes featuring the Black Eyed Peas; "Idlewild Blue (Don't Chu Worry 'Bout Me)," Outkast; "3121," Prince.

28. R&B Song: "Be Without You," Johnta Austin, Mary J. Blige, Bryan-Michael Cox and Jason Perry (Mary J. Blige); "Black Sweat," Prince (Prince) Track from: 3121; "Deja Vu," Shawn Carter, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Beyonce Knowles, Makeba, Keli Nicole Price and Delisha Thomas, songwriters (Beyonce featuring Jay-Z); "Don't Forget About Us," Johnta Austin, Mariah Carey, Bryan-Michael Cox and Jermaine Dupri (Mariah Carey); "I Am Not My Hair," Drew Ramsey, Shannon Sanders and India Arie Simpson (India.Arie) Track from: Testimony: Vol. 1, Life and Relationship.

29. R&B Album: "The Breakthrough," Mary J. Blige; "Unpredictable," Jamie Foxx; "Testimony: Vol. 1, Life and Relationship," India.Arie; "3121," Prince; "Coming Home," Lionel Richie.

30. Contemporary R&B Album: "B'Day," Beyonce; "Chris Brown," Chris Brown; "20 Y.O.," Janet Jackson; "Kelis Was Here," Kelis; "In My Own Words," Ne-Yo.

31. Rap Solo Performance: "Touch It," Busta Rhymes; "We Run This," Missy Elliott; "Kick, Push," Lupe Fiasco; "Undeniable," Mos Def; "What You Know," T.I..

32. Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: "Ridin," Chamillionaire featuring Krayzie Bone; "Georgia," Ludacris and Field Mob (featuring Jamie Foxx); "Grillz," Nelly featuring Paul Wall, Ali and Gipp; "Mighty `O'," Outkast; "Don't Feel Right," the Roots.

33. Rap/Sung Collaboration: "Smack That," Akon featuring Eminem; "Deja Vu," Beyonce featuring Jay-Z; "Shake That," Eminem featuring Nate Dogg; "Unpredictable," Jamie Foxx featuring Ludacris; "My Love," Justin Timberlake featuring T.I..

34. Rap Song: "It's Goin' Down," Chadron Moore and Jasiel Robinson (Yung Joc); "Kick, Push," Wasalu Muhammad Jaco (Lupe Fiasco); "Money Maker," Christopher Bridges and Pharrell Williams (Ludacris featuring; "Ridin," Anthony Henderson, J. Slainas, O. Salinas and Hakeem Seriki; "What You Know," (Donny Hathaway, Leroy Hutson and Curtis.

35. Rap Album: "Lupe Fiasco's Food and Liquor," Lupe Fiasco; "Release Therapy," Ludacris; "In My Mind," Pharrell; "Game Theory," the Roots; "King," T.I..

36. Female Country Vocal Performance: "Kerosene," Miranda Lambert; "I Still Miss Someone," Martina McBride; "Something's Gotta Give," LeAnn Rimes; "Jesus, Take the Wheel," Carrie Underwood; "I Don't Feel Like Loving You Today," Gretchen Wilson.

37. Male Country Vocal Performance: "Every Mile a Memory," Dierks Bentley; "The Reason Why," Vince Gill; "The Seashores of Old Mexico," George Strait; "Would You Go With Me," Josh Turner; "Once in a Lifetime," Keith Urban.

38. Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: "Not Ready to Make Nice," Dixie Chicks; "Heaven's My Home," the Duhks; "Boondocks," Little Big Town; "What Hurts the Most," Rascal Flatts; "Leave the Pieces," the Wreckers.

39. Country Collaboration With Vocals: "Who Says You Can't Go Home," Bon Jovi and Jennifer Nettles; "Tomorrow Is Forever," Solomon Burke and Dolly Parton; "Calling Me," Kenny Rogers and Don Henley; "Midnight Angel," Rhonda Vincent and Bobby Osborne; "Love Will Always Win," Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks.

40. Country Instrumental Performance: "Jerusalem Ridge," Casey Driessen; "Gameshow Rag/Cannonball Rag," Tommy Emmanuel; "Whiskey Before Breakfast," Bryan Sutton and Doc Watson; "The Eleventh Reel," Chris Thile; "Nature of the Beast," Jim VanCleve.

41. Country Song: "Every Mile a Memory," Brett Beavers, Dierks Bentley and Steve Bogard (Dierks Bentley); "I Don't Feel Like Loving You Today," Matraca Berg and Jim Collins (Gretchen Wilson); "Jesus, Take the Wheel," Brett James, Hillary Lindsey and Gordie Sampson (Carrie Underwood); "Like Red on a Rose," Melanie Castleman and Robert Lee Castleman (Alan Jackson); "What Hurts the Most," Steve Robson and Jeffrey Steele (Rascal Flatts).

42. Country Album: "Taking the Long Way," Dixie Chicks; "Like Red on a Rose," Alan Jackson; "The Road to Here," Little Big Town; "You Don't Know Me: the Songs of Cindy Walker," Willie Nelson; "Your Man," Josh Turner.

43. Bluegrass Album: "Long List of Heartaches," the Grascals; "Bluegrass," Jim Lauderdale; "Instrumentals," Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder; "Live at the Ryman," Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives; "All American Bluegrass Girl," Rhonda Vincent.

44. New Age Album: "A Posteriori," Enigma; "Amarantine," Enya; "Beyond Words," Gentle Thunder With Will Clipman and AmoChip Dabney; "Elements Series: Fire," Peter Kater; "The Magical Journeys of Andreas Vollenweider," Andreas Vollenweider.

45. Contemporary Jazz Album: "The Hidden Land," Bela Fleck and the Flecktones; "People People Music Music," Groove Collective; "Rewind That," Christian Scott; "Sexotica," Sex Mob; "Who Let the Cats Out?," Mike Stern.

46. Jazz Vocal Album: "Footprints," Karrin Allyson; "Easy to Love," Roberta Gambarini; "Live at Jazz Standard With Fred Hersch," Nancy King; "From This Moment On," Diana Krall; "Turned to Blue," Nancy Wilson.

47. Jazz Instrumental Solo: "Some Skunk Funk," Michael Brecker; "Paq Man," Paquito D'Rivera; "Freedom Jazz Dance," Taylor Eigsti; "Hippidy Hop (Drum Solo)," Roy Haynes; "Hope," Branford Marsalis.

48. Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or Group: "Sound Grammar," Ornette Coleman; "The Ultimate Adventure," Chick Corea; "Trio Beyond -- Saudades," Jack DeJohnette, Larry Goldings and John Scofield; "Beyond the Wall," Kenny Garrett; "Sonny, Please," Sonny Rollins.

49. Large Jazz Ensemble Album: "Some Skunk Funk," Randy Brecker With Michael Brecker, Jim Beard, Will Lee, Peter Erskine, Marcio; "Spirit Music," Bob Brookmeyer - New Art Orchestra; "Streams of Expression," Joe Lovano Ensemble; "Live in Tokyo at the Blue Note," Mingus Big Band; "Up From the Skies -- Music of Jim McNeely," the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra.

50. Latin Jazz Album: "Codes," Ignacio Berroa; "Cubist Music," Edsel Gomez; "Simpatico," the Brian Lynch/Eddie Palmieri Project; "Absolute Quintet," Dafnis Prieto; "Viva," Diego Urcola, Edward Simon, Avishai Cohen, Antonio Sanchez and Pernell Saturnino.

51. Gospel Performance: "Victory," Yolanda Adams; "Not Forgotten," Israel and New Breed; "The Blessing of Abraham," Donald Lawrence and the Tri-City Singers; "Made to Worship," Chris Tomlin; "Victory," Tye Tribbett and G.A..

52. Gospel Song: "The Blessing of Abraham," Donald Lawrence (Donald Lawrence and the Tri-City Singers); "Imagine Me," Kirk Franklin (Kirk Franklin); "Mountain of God," Brown Bannister and Mac Powell (Third Day); "Not Forgotten," Israel Houghton and Aaron Lindsey (Israel and New Breed); "Victory," Tye Tribbett (Tye Tribbett and G.A.).

53. Rock or Rap Gospel Album: "DecembeRadio," DecembeRadio; "Where the Past Meets Today," Sarah Kelly; "Turn Around," Jonny Lang; "End of Silence," Red; "Bone-A-Fide," T-Bone.

54. Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: "Sound of Melodies," Leeland; "Coming Up to Breathe," MercyMe; "Wherever You Are," Third Day; "See the Morning," Chris Tomlin; "Introducing Ayiesha Woods," Ayiesha Woods.

55. Southern, Country, or Bluegrass Gospel Album: "Kenny Bishop," Kenny Bishop; "Give It Away," Gaither Vocal Band; "Precious Memories," Alan Jackson; "The Promised Land," the Del McCoury Band; "Glory Train," Randy Travis.

56. Traditional Gospel Album: "An Invitation to Worship," Byron Cage; "Paved the Way," the Caravans; "Still Keeping It Real," the Dixie Hummingbirds; "Alive in South Africa," Israel and New Breed; "Finale Act One," Donald Lawrence and the Tri-City Singers.

57. Contemporary R&B Gospel Album: "Set Me Free," Myron Butler and Levi; "Hero," Kirk Franklin; "A Timeless Christmas," Israel and New Breed; "This Is Me," Kierra Kiki Sheard; "Victory Live!," Tye Tribbett and G.A..

58. Latin Pop Album: "Adentro," Arjona; "Lo Que Trajo El Barco," Obie Bermodez; "Individual," Fulano; "Trozos De Mi Alma 2," Marco Antonio Solis; "Limon Y Sal," Julieta Venegas.

59. Latin Rock, Alternative or Urban Album: "Lo Demas Es Plastico," Black:Guayaba; "The Underdog/El Subestimado," Tego Calderon; "Calle 13," Calle 13; "Superpop Venezuela," Los Amigos Invisibles; "Amar Es Combatir," Mana.

60. Tropical Latin Album: "Fuzionando," Oscar D'Leon; "Salsaton: Salsa Con Reggaeton," Andy Montanez; "Hoy, Manana Y Siempre," Tito Nieves; "Directo Al Corazon," Gilberto Santa Rosa; "What You've Been Waiting for -- Lo Que Esperabas," Tiempo Libre.

61. Mexican/Mexican-American Album: "Historias De Mi Tierra," Pepe Aguilar; "No Es Brujeria," Ana Barbara; "25 Aniversario," Mariachi Sol De Mexico De Jose Hernandez; "A Toda Ley," Pablo Montero; "Orgullo De Mujer," Alicia Villarreal.

62. Tejano Album: "Sigue El Taconazo," Chente Barrera; "It's ... All Right," Jimmy Edward; "Live in Session," Bob Gallarza; "All of Me," Jay Perez; "Rebecca Valadez," Rebecca Valadez.

63. Norteno Album: "Algo De Mi," Conjunto Primavera; "Puro Pa' Arriba," Los Huracanes Del Norte; "Historias Que Contar," Los Tigres Del Norte; "Piensame Un Momento," Pesado; "Prefiero La Soledad," Retono.

64. Banda Album: "20 Mil Heridas," Banda Machos; "Mas Fuerte Que Nunca," Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizarraga; "Amor Gitano," Cuisillos; "A Mucha Honra," Ezequiel Pena; "Mas Alla Del Sol," Joan Sebastian.

65. Traditional Blues Album: "Brother to the Blues," Tab Benoit With Louisiana's Leroux; "Bronx in Blue," Dion; "People Gonna Talk," James Hunter; "Guitar Groove-A-Rama," Duke Robillard; "Risin' With the Blues," Ike Turner.

66. Contemporary Blues Album: "Live From Across the Pond," Robert Cray Band; "Sippiana Hericane," Dr. John and the Lower 911; "Suitcase," Keb' Mo'; "Hope and Desire," Susan Tedeschi; "After the Rain," Irma Thomas.

67. Traditional Folk Album: "I Stand Alone," Ramblin' Jack Elliott; "Gonna Let It Shine," Odetta; "Adieu False Heart," Linda Ronstadt and Ann Savoy; "We Shall Overcome -- the Seeger Sessions," Bruce Springsteen; "A Distant Land to Roam," Ralph Stanley.

68. Contemporary Folk/Americana Album: "Solo Acoustic Vol. 1," Jackson Browne; "Black Cadillac," Rosanne Cash; "Workbench Songs," Guy Clark; "Modern Times," Bob Dylan; "All the Roadrunning," Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris.

69. Native American Music Album: "Voice of the Drum," Black Eagle; "Heart of the Wind," Robert Tree Cody and Will Clipman; "American Indian Story," Jana; "Long Winter Nights," Northern Cree and Friends; "Dance With the Wind," Mary Youngblood.

70. Hawaiian Music Album: "Generation Hawai'i," Amy Hanaiali'i; "Grandmaster Slack Key Guitar," Ledward Ka'apana; "The Wild Hawaiian," Henry Kapono; "Hawaiian Slack Key Kings," Various Artists; "Legends of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar -- Live From Maui," Various Artists.

71. Reggae Album: "Too Bad," Buju Banton; "Love Is My Religion," Ziggy Marley; "Youth," Matisyahu; "Rhythm Doubles," Sly and Robbie; "Who You Fighting For," UB40.

72. Traditional World Music Album: "Music of Central Asia Vol. 2: Invisible Face of the Beloved: Classical Music of the Tajiks and Uzbeks," the Academy of Maqam; "Endless Vision," Hossein Alizadeh and Djivan Gasparyan; "Hambo in the Snow," Andrea Hoag, Loretta Kelley and Charlie Pilzer; "Golden Strings of the Sarode," Aashish Khan and Zakir Hussain; "Blessed," Soweto Gospel Choir.

73. Contemporary World Music Album: "Tiki," Richard Bona; "M'Bemba," Salif Keita; "Wonder Wheel," the Klezmatics; "Long Walk to Freedom," Ladysmith Black Mambazo; "Savane," Ali Farka Toure.

74. Polka Album: "Batteries Not Included," Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones; "As Sweet As Candy," Lenny Gomulka and Chicago Push; "Party Dress," LynnMarie and the Boxhounds; "Good Friends Good Music," Walter Ostanek and Fred Ziwich; "Polka in Paradise," Jimmy Sturr and His Orchestra.

75. Musical Album for Children: "Baby Einstein Meet the Orchestra," Various Artists; "Beethoven's Wig 3: Many More Sing Along Symphonies," Beethoven's Wig; "Catch That Train!," Dan Zanes and Friends; "My Best Day," Trout Fishing in America; "The Sunny Side of the Street," John Lithgow.

76. Spoken Word Album for Children: "Blah Blah Blah: Stories About Clams, Swamp Monsters, Pirates and Dogs," Bill Harley; "Christmas in the Trenches," John McCutcheon; "Disney's Little Einsteins Musical Missions," Various Artists; "Peter Pan," Jim Dale; "The Witches," Lynn Redgrave.

77. Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books and Story Telling): "I Shouldn't Even Be Doing This! (Bob Newhart)," Bob Newhart; "New Rules -- Polite Musings From a Timid Observer," Bill Maher; "Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis (Jimmy Carter)," Jimmy Carter; "The Truth (With Jokes) (Al Franken)," Al Franken; "With Ossie and Ruby: In This Life Together (Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee)," Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee.

78. Comedy Album: "Blue Collar Comedy Tour -- One for the Road," Bill Engvall, Ron White, Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy; "The Carnegie Hall Performance," Lewis Black; "Life Is Worth Losing," George Carlin; "Straight Outta Lynwood," "Weird Al" Yankovic; "You Can't Fix Stupid," Ron White.

79. Musical Show Album: "The Color Purple,"; "The Drowsy Chaperone,"; "Jersey Boys,"; "The Pajama Game,"; "Sweeney Todd -- the Demon Barber of Fleet Street."

80. Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: "Brokeback Mountain," Various Artists; "Cars," Various Artists; "Grey's Anatomy -- Volume 2," Various Artists; "Little Miss Sunshine," Various Artists; "Walk the Line," Joaquin Phoenix and Various Artists.

81. Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: "The Chronicles of Narnia -- the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," Harry Gregson-Williams, composer; "The Da Vinci Code," Hans Zimmer, composer; "Memoirs of a Geisha," John Williams, composer; "Munich," John Williams, composer; "Pirates of the Caribbean -- Dead Man's Chest," Hans Zimmer, composer.

82. Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: "Can't Take It In (From the Chronicles of Narnia -- the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe)," Imogen Heap (Imogen Heap); "I Need to Wake Up (From an Inconvenient Truth)," Melissa Etheridge (Melissa Etheridge); "Our Town (From Cars)," Randy Newman (James Taylor); "There's Nothing Like a Show on Broadway (From the Producers)," Mel Brooks (Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick); "Travelin' Thru (From Transamerica)," Dolly Parton (Dolly Parton).

83. Instrumental Composition: "Argument," Taylor Eigsti, composer (Taylor Eigsti), from "Lucky to Be Me"; "A Concerto in Swing," Patrick Williams, composer (The Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra and Big Band), from "Elevation"; "A Prayer for Peace," John Williams, composer (John Williams), from "Munich -- Soundtrack"; "Sayuri's Theme and End Credits," John Williams, composer (John Williams, Yo-Yo Ma and Itzhak Perlman), from "Memoirs of a Geisha -- Soundtrack"; "Valentine," Fred Hersch, composer (Fred Hersch), from "In Amsterdam: Live at the Bimhuis".

84. Instrumental Arrangement: "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes," Gordon Goodwin, arranger (Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band), from "The Phat Pack"; "Three Ghouls," Chick Corea, arranger (Chick Corea), from "The Ultimate Adventure"; "Three Women," Gil Goldstein, arranger (Gil Goldstein), from "Under Rousseau's Moon"; "Tom and Eddie," Patrick Williams, arranger (The Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra and Big Band), from "Elevation"; "Up From the Skies," Jim McNeely, arranger (The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra), from "Up From the Skies -- Music of Jim McNeely".

85. Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): "For Once in My Life," Jorge Calandrelli, arranger (Tony Bennett and Stevie Wonder), from "Duets: an American Classic"; "Good Morning Heartache," Gil Goldstein and Greg Phillinganes, arrangers (Chris Botti and Jill Scott), from "To Love Again - the Duets"; "My Flame Burns Blue (Blood Count)," Vince Mendoza, arranger (Elvis Costello With the Metropole Orkest), from "My Flame Burns Blue"; "Stardust," Slide Hampton, arranger (Dizzy Gillespie All-Star Big Band), from "Dizzy's Business"; "Suninga," Gil Goldstein, arranger (Gil Goldstein), from "Under Rousseau's Moon."

86. Recording Package: "The Best Worst-Case Scenario," Ryan Clark, art director (Fair); "Personal File," Randall Martin, art director (Johnny Cash); "Reprieve," Ani DiFranco and Brian Grunert, art directors (Ani DiFranco); "10,000 Days," Adam Jones, art director (Tool); "Versions," Neal Ashby and Matthew Curry, art directors (Thievery Corporation).

87. Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package: "The Cellar Door Sessions 1970," Howard Fritzson, Dan Ichimoto and Seth Rothstein, art directors (Miles Davis); "Fonotone Records," Susan Archie and Henry Owings, art directors (Various Artists); "A Life Less Lived -- the Gothic Box," Hugh Brown and Jean Krikorian, art directors (Various Artists); "One Kiss Can Lead to Another: Girl Group Sounds Lost and Found," Hugh Brown, Sheryl Farber and Maria Villar, art directors (Various Artists); "Stadium Arcadium," Flea, John Frusciante, Anthony Kiedis, Chad Smith and Matt Taylor, art directors (Red Hot Chili Peppers).

88. Album Notes: "Good for What Ails You: Music of the Medicine Shows, 1926-1937," Marshall Wyatt, album notes writer (Various Artists); "If You Got to Ask, You Ain't Got It!," Dan Morgenstern, album notes writer (Fats Waller); "Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry 1891-1922," Tim Brooks, album notes writer (Various Artists); "Pirate Radio," Ben Edmonds, album notes writer (Pretenders); "There Is a Season," David Fricke, album notes writer (The Byrds).

89. Historical Album: "Good for What Ails You: Music of the Medicine Shows, 1926-1937,"; "Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry 1891-1922,"; "One Kiss Can Lead to Another: Girl Group Sounds Lost and Found,"; "Poetry on Record: 98 Poets Read Their Work (1888-2006),"; "Rockin' Bones: 1950's Punk and Rockabilly."

90. Engineered Album, Non-Classical: "Adieu False Heart," Gary Paczosa, engineer (Linda Ronstadt and Ann Savoy); "At War With the Mystics," the Flaming Lips and Dave Fridmann, engineers (The Flaming Lips); "Like Red on a Rose," Brandon Bell, Terry Christian and Gary Paczosa, engineers (Alan Jackson); "The Phat Pack," Marcelo Penell, Dave Sharenow and Tommy Vicari, engineers (Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band); "Suitcase," Rik Pekkonen and John Porter, engineers (Keb' Mo').

91. Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Howard Benson; T Bone Burnett; Danger Mouse; Rick Rubin; Will.i.am;.

92. Remixed Recording, Non-Classical: "Be Without You (Moto Blanco Vocal Mix)," Moto Blanco, remixer (Mary J. Blige); "Damage Thorn (Buick Project Remix)," Buick Project, remixers (Tiefschwarz and Tracey Thorn); "Deja Vu (Freemasons Club Mix -- No Rap)," Russell Small and James Wiltshire, remixers (Beyonce); "Talk (Thin White Duke Mix)," Jacques Lu Cont, remixer (Coldplay); "World Hold on (E-Smoove Remix)," E-Smoove, remixer (Bob Sinclair).

93. Surround Sound Album: "Immortal Nystedt," Morten Lindberg; "Long Walk to Freedom," Martin Walters, surround mastering; "Morph the Cat," Darcy Proper, surround mastering; "Straight Outta Lynwood," Bernie Grundman, surround mastering engineer; "A Valid Path," Bob Michaels, surround.

94. Engineered Album, Classical: "Elgar: Enigma Variations; Britten: the Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Four Sea Interludes," Michael Bishop, engineer (Paavo Jarvi and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra); "Latigo," Leslie Ann Jones, engineer (Quartet San Francisco); "Mahler: Symphony No. 2," Wolf-Dieter Karwatky and Rainer Maillard, engineers (Pierre Boulez, Wiener Philharmoniker, Christine Schafer, Michelle DeYoung & Wiener Singverein; "Requiem," John Newton, engineer (Craig Hella Johnson and Conspirare); "Vaughan Williams: Mass in G Min., and Other a Cappella Works," Jack Renner, engineer (Norman Mackenzie and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Chorus).

95. Producer of the Year, Classical: Manfred Eicher; Kjellemyr; Stephen Johns; James Mallinson; Elaine Martone; Sid McLauchlan.

96. Classical Album: "Beethoven: Symphonies Nos. 1-9," Bernard Haitink, conductor, James Mallinson producer (London Symphony Orchestra); Lieberson: Rilke Songs, the Six Realms, Horn Concerto," David Starobin, producer (the Odense Symphony Orchestra); "Mahler: Symphony No. 7," Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor, Andreas Neubronner, producer (San Francisco Symphony; "Martha Argerich and Friends: Live From the Lugano Festival 2005," Martha Argerich and Friends, Ulrich Ruscher, producer; "Mozart: La Clemenza Di Tito," Rene Jacobs, conductor, Marie-Claude Chappuis, Bernarda Fink, Sergio Foresti, Sunhai Im, Mark Padmore and Alexandrina Pendatchanska, Martin Sauer, producer (Freiburger Barockorchester)

97. Orchestral Performance: "Bax: Tone Poems," Vernon Handley, conductor (BBC Philharmonic); "Glazunov: Symphonies 4 and 7," Jose Serebrier, conductor (Royal Scottish National Orchestra); "Mahler: Symphony No. 6 in a Min.," Ivan Fischer, conductor (Budapest Festival Orchestra); "Mahler: Symphony No. 7," Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor (San Francisco Symphony); "Prokofiev: the Complete Symphonies," Valery Gergiev, conductor (London Symphony Orchestra).

98. Opera Recording: "Bennett: the Mines of Sulphur," Stewart Robertson, conductor (Glimmerglass Opera Orchestra); "Golijov: Ainadamar: Fountain of Tears," Robert Spano, conductor, Kelley O'Connor and Dawn Upshaw; Valerie Gross and Sid McLauchlan, producers (Women of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra); "Mozart: La Clemenza Di Tito," Rene Jacobs, conductor, Marie-Claude Chappuis, Bernarda Fink, Sergio Foresti, Sunhae Im, Mark Padmore and Alexandrino Pendatchanska, Martin Sauer, producer (RIAS Kammerchor, Freiburger Barockorchester); "Smetana: the Bartered Bride," Sir Charles Mackerras, conductor, Yvette Bonner, Paul Charles Clarke, Neal Davies, Susan Gritton, Kit "Bach: the Sonatas and Partitas for Violin Solo," Gidon Kremer; "Bacheler: the Bachelar's Delight," Paul O'Dette; "Beethoven: the Piano Sonatas, Vol. II," Andras Schiff; "Chopin: Nocturnes," Maurizio Pollini; "Primrose: Viola Transcriptions," Roberto Diaz (Robert Koenig).

102. Chamber Music Performance: "Chamber Works for Winds and Strings by Mozart," the Chicago Chamber Musicians; "Corigliano: Violin Sonata, Etude Fantasy," Andrew Russo (Corey Cerovsek and Steven Heyman); "Intimate Voices," Emerson String Quartet; "Martha Argerich and Friends: Live From the Lugano Festival 2005," Martha Argerich and Friends; "Shostakovich: Piano Trios 1 and 2, Seven Romances on Verses by Alexander Blok," Beaux Arts Trio.

103. Small Ensemble Performance: "Angel Dances," 12 Cellists of Berliner Philharmoniker; "Ikon," The Sixteen; "Miguel De Cervantes -- Don Quijote De La Mancha -- Romances Y Mosicas," Hesperion XXI and La Capella Reial De Catalunya; "Padilla: Sun of Justice," Peter Rutenberg, conductor (Los Angeles Chamber Singers' Cappella); "Shostakovich/Sviridov/Vainberg: Chamber Symphonies," Yuri Bahmet (Moscow Soloists).

104. Classical Vocal Performance: "Britten: Song Cycles," Ian Bostridge (Sir Simon Rattle, Radek Baborak, Berliner Philharmoniker); "Canciones Argentinas," Bernarda Fink and Marcos Fink (Carmen Piazzini); "Consider, My Soul," Thomas Quasthoff (Sebastian Weigle, Staatskapelle Dresden); "Rilke Songs," Lorraine Hunt Lieberson (Peter Serkin), track from Lieberson: Rilke Songs, The Six Realms, Horn Concerto; "Songs of Amy Beach," Patrick Mason (Joanne Polk).

105. Classical Contemporary Composition: "Boston Concerto," Elliott Carter (Oliver Knussen); "Golijov: Ainadamar: Fountain of Tears," Osvaldo Golijov (Robert Spano); "The Here and Now," Christopher Theofanidis (Robert Spano); "Paul Revere's Ride," David Del Tredici (Robert Spano); "A Scotch Bestiary," James MacMillan (James MacMillan).

106. Classical Crossover Album: "The Film Music of Erich Wolfgang Korngold," Rumon Gamba, conductor (BBC Philharmonic); "Invention and Alchemy," David Lockington, conductor; Deborah Henson-Conant (The Grand Rapids Symphony); "Latigo," Quartet San Francisco (John Santos); "Simple Gifts," Bryn Terfel (London Voices; London Symphony Orchestra); "Song Zu Ying: the Diva Goes to the Movies," Song Zu Ying (China National Symphony Orchestra).

107. Short Form Music Video: "8th of November," Big and Rich; "When You Were Young," The Killers; "Here It Goes Again," OK Go; "Dani California," Red Hot Chili Peppers; "Writing on the Walls," Underoath.

108. Long Form Music Video: "Flow: Living in the Stream of Music," Terence Blanchard; "Directions," Death Cab for Cutie; "Demon Days -- Live in Manchester," Gorillaz; "I'm Going to Tell You a Secret," Madonna; "Wings for Wheels: The Making of Born to Run," Bruce Springsteen.

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