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List of Grammy award nominations

January 6, 1998
Web posted at: 12:33 p.m. EST (1733 GMT)

(CNN) -- The following are the major-category nominations announced Tuesday for the 40th annual Grammy Awards.

Recordings released between October 1, 1996, and September 30, 1997, were eligible for this year's awards. The winners will be announced February 25 at Radio City Music Hall.



A L S O :

40th annual Grammy Awards site nomination list

'60s artists, Babyface, Paula Cole compete for Grammys


Record of the Year

"Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?"
Paula Cole
Paula Cole, producer
Track from: "This Fire"
[Warner Bros. Records]

"Sunny Came Home"
Shawn Colvin
John Leventhal, producer
Track from: "A Few Small Repairs"
[Columbia Records]

"Everyday Is a Winding Road"
Sheryl Crow
Sheryl Crow, producer
Track from: "Sheryl Crow"
[A&M Record]

"MMMBop"
Hanson
The Dust Brothers, producers
Track from: "Middle Of Nowhere"
[Mercury Records]

"I Believe I Can Fly"
R. Kelly
R. Kelly, producer
Track from: "Space Jam - Soundtrack"
[Jive Records/Atlantic Records/Warner Sunset]

Album of the Year

"The Day"
Babyface
Babyface, producer
[Epic Records]

"This Fire"
Paula Cole
Paula Cole, producer
[Warner Bros. Records]

"Time Out of Mind"
Bob Dylan
Daniel Lanois, producer
[Columbia Records]

"Flaming Pie"
Paul McCartney
Jeff Lynne, George Martin & Paul McCartney, producers
[Capitol Records]

"OK Computer"
Radiohead
Nigel Godrich & Radiohead, producers
[Capitol Records]

Song of the Year

"Don't Speak"
Eric Stefani & Gwen Stefani, songwriters (No Doubt)
Track from: "Tragic Kingdom"
[Trauma/Interscope Records)

"How Do I Live"
Diane Warren, songwriter (LeAnn Rimes and Trisha Yearwood)
[Curb Records & MCA Records Nashville)

"I Believe I Can Fly"
R. Kelly, songwriter (R. Kelly)
Track from: "Space Jam - Soundtrack"
[Jive Records/Atlantic Records/Warner Sunset)

"Sunny Came Home"
Shawn Colvin and John Leventhal, songwriters (Shawn Colvin)
Track from: "A Few Small Repairs"
[Columbia Records)

"Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?"
Paula Cole, songwriter (Paula Cole)
Track from: "This Fire"
[Warner Bros. Records]

Best New Artist

Fiona Apple

Erykah Badu

Paula Cole

Puff Daddy

Hanson

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

"Butterfly"
Mariah Carey
Track from: "Butterfly"
[Columbia Records]

"Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?"
Paula Cole
Track from: "This Fire"
[Warner Bros. Records]

"Sunny Came Home"
Shawn Colvin
Track from: "A Few Small Repairs"
[Columbia Records]

"Foolish Games"
Jewel
Track from: "Batman & Robin - Music From & Inspired By The
Motion Picture" (Various Artists)
[Warner Bros./Sunset Records]

"Building a Mystery"
Sarah McLachlan
Track from: "Surfacing"
[Arista Records]

Best Male Pop Vocal Performance

"Every Time I Close My Eyes"
Babyface
Track from: "The Day"
[Epic Records]

"Candle In The Wind 1997"
Elton John
[Rocket Records]

"Whenever Wherever Whatever"
Maxwell
Track from: "MTV Unplugged"
[Columbia Records]

"Fly Like An Eagle"
Seal
Track from: "Space Jam: Music From And Inspired By The Motion
Picture"
[Warner Sunset/Atlantic Records]

"Barely Breathing"
Duncan Sheik
Track from: "Duncan Sheik"
[Atlantic Records]

Best Pop Performance By a Duo or Group with Vocal

"Silver Springs"
Fleetwood Mac
Track from: "The Dance"
[Reprise Records]

"MMMBop"
Hanson
Track from: "Middle Of Nowhere"
[Mercury Records]

"Virtual Insanity"
Jamiroquai
Track from: "Travelling Without Moving"
[The WORK Group]

"Don't Speak"
No Doubt
Track from: "Tragic Kingdom"
[Trauma/Interscope Records]

"Anybody Seen My Baby?"
The Rolling Stones
Track from: "Bridges To Babylon"
[Virgin Records America]

Best Pop Album

For solo artists, duos or groups, vocal or instrumental.

"This Fire"
Paula Cole
Paula Cole, producer
[Warner Bros. Records]

"The Dance"
Fleetwood Mac
Lindsey Buckingham & Elliot Scheiner, producers
[Reprise Records]

"Travelling Without Moving"
Jamiroquai
Jay Kay & Al Stone, producers
[The WORK Group]

"Surfacing"
Sarah McLachlan
Pierre Marchand, producer
[Arista Records]

"Hourglass"
James Taylor
Frank Filipetti & James Taylor, producers
[Columbia Records]

Best Female Rock Vocal Performance

"Criminal"
Fiona Apple
Track from: "Tidal"
[The WORK Group]

"Bitch"
Meredith Brooks
Track from: "Blurring The Edges"
[Capitol Records]

"Shy"
Ani Difranco
Track from: "Living In Clip"
[Righteous Babe Records]

"Four Leaf Clover"
Abra Moore
Track from: "Strangest Places"
[Arista Austin]

"1959"
Patti Smith
Track from: "Peace And Noise"
[Arista Records]

Best Male Rock Vocal Performance

"Dead Man Walking"
David Bowie
Track from: "Earthling"
[Virgin Records America]

"Cold Irons Bound"
Bob Dylan
Track from: "Time Out Of Mind"
[Columbia Records]

"Blueboy"
John Fogerty
Track from: "Blue Moon Swamp"
[Warner Bros. Records]

"Just Another Day"
John Mellencamp
Track from: "Mr. Happy Go Lucky"
[Mercury Records]

"Thunder Road"
Bruce Springsteen
Track from: "In Concert MTV Plugged"
[Columbia Records]

Best Rock Performance By a Duo or Group with Vocal

"Falling In Love (Is Hard On The Knees)"
Aerosmith
Track from: "Nine Lives"
[Columbia Records]

"The Chain"
Fleetwood Mac
Track from: "The Dance"
[Reprise Records]

"Push"
Matchbox 20
Track from: "Yourself Or Someone Like You"
[Lava/Atlantic Records]

"Crash Into Me"
Dave Matthews Band
Track from: "Crash"
[RCA Records]

"One Headlight"
The Wallflowers
Track from: "Bringing Down The Horse"
[Interscope Records]

Best Hard Rock Performance

"Swallowed"
Bush
Track from: "Razorblade Suitcase"
[Trauma/Interscope Records]

"Monkey Wrench"
Foo Fighters
Track from: "The Colour and the Shape"
[Roswell/Capitol Records]

"The Perfect Drug"
Nine Inch Nails
Track from: "Lost Highway - Soundtrack"
[Nothing/Interscope Records]

"People of the Sun"
Rage Against The Machine
Track from: "Evil Empire"
[Epic Records]

"The End Is the Beginning Is the End"
The Smashing Pumpkins
Track from: "Batman & Robin - Music From & Inspired By The
Motion Picture" (Various Artists)
[Warner Bros./Sunset Records]

Best Rock Song

"Bitch"
Meredith Brooks & Shelly Peiken, songwriters (Meredith
Brooks)
Track from: "Blurring The Edges"
[Capitol Records]

"Crash Into Me"
David Matthews, songwriter (Dave Matthews Band)
Track from: "Crash"
[RCA Records]

"Criminal"
Fiona Apple, songwriter (Fiona Apple)
Track from: "Tidal"
[The WORK Group]

"The Difference"
Jakob Dylan, songwriter (The Wallflowers)
Track from: "Bringing Down The Horse"
[Interscope Records]

"One Headlight"
Jakob Dylan, songwriter (The Wallflowers)
Track from: "Bringing Down The Horse"
[Interscope Records]

Best Rock Album

"Nine Lives"
Aerosmith
Kevin Shirley, producer
[Columbia Records]

"Blue Moon Swamp"
John Fogerty
John Fogerty, producer
[Warner Bros. Records]

"The Colour and the Shape"
Foo Fighters
Gil Norton, producer
[Roswell/Capitol Records]

"Bridges to Babylon"
The Rolling Stones
The Glimmer Twins & Don Was, producers
[Virgin Records America]

"Pop"
U2
Flood, producer
[Island Records]


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