Grammy winners

February 21, 1991

Record of the year: "Another Day in Paradise," Phil Collins.

Album of the year: "Back on the Block," Quincy Jones.

Song of the year: "From a Distance," Julie Gold.

New artist: Mariah Carey.

Pop performance, duo or group: "All My Life," Linda Ronstadt with Aaron Neville.

Pop vocal performance, female: "Vision of Love," Mariah Carey.

Pop vocal performance, male: "O, Pretty Woman" (From a Black & White Night Live), Roy Orbison.

Pop instrumental performance: "Twin Peaks Theme," Angelo Badalamentei.

Rock performance, duo or group: "Janie's Got a Gun," Aerosmith.

Hard rock performance: "Time's Up," Living Colour.

Rock vocal performance, male: "Bad Love," Eric Clapton.

Rock vocal performance, female: "Black Velvet," Alannah Myles.

Rock instrumental performance: "D-FW," the Vaughan Brothers.

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.

R&B song (songwriter's award): "U Can't Touch This," Rick James, Alonzo Miller and M. C. Hammer.

R&B vocal performance, male: "Here and Now," Luther Vandross.

R&B vocal performance, female: "Compositions," Anita Baker.

R&B performance by a duo or group with vocal: "I'll Be Good to You," Ray Charles and Chaka Khan.

Producer of the year (non-classical): Quincy Jones.

Music video, long form: "Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em the Movie," M. C. Hammer.

Music video, short form: "Opposites Attract," Paula Abdul.

Country vocal performance, female: "Where've You Been," Kathy Mattea.

Country vocal performance, male: "When I Call Your Name," Vince Gill.

Country performance, duo or group: "Pickin' on Nashville," Kentucky Headhunters.

Country vocal collaboration: "Poor Boy Blues," Chet Atkins & Mark Knopfler.

Country instrumental performance: "So Soft, Your Goodbye," Chet Atkins & Mark Knopfler.

Country song (songwriter's award): "Where've You Been," by Jon Vezner and Don Henry.

Bluegrass recording: "I've Got That Old Feeling," Alison Krauss.

Contemporary soul gospel album: "So Much 2 Say," Take 6.

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.

Gospel album by a choir or chorus: "Having Church," Rev. James Cleveland and the Southern California Community Choir.

Rock-contemporary gospel album: "Beyond Belief," Petra.

Metal performance: "Stone Cold Crazy," Metallica.

Alternative music performance: "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got," Sinead O'Connor.

Jazz vocal performance, male: "We Are in Love," Harry Connick Jr.

Jazz fusion performance: "Birdland," Quincy Jones and various artists.

Jazz vocal performance, female: "All That Jazz," Ella Fitzgerald.

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 Trio.

Jazz instrumental performance, Big Band: "Basie's Bag," George Benson featuring the Count Basie Orchestra.

Traditional blues recording: "Live at San Quentin," B. B. King.

Contemporary blues recording: "Family Style," the Vaughan Brothers.

L Traditional folk recording: "On Praying Ground," Doc Watson.

Contemporary folk recording: "Steady On," Shawn Colvin.

Mexican-American performance: "Soy de San Luis," Texas Tornados.

Latin pop performance: "Por Que Te Tengo Que Olvidar?" Jose Feliciano.

L Tropical Latin performance: "Lambada Timbales," Tito Puente.

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.

Best New Age performance: "Mark Isham," Mark Isham.

Musical cast show album: "Les Miserables, the Complete Symphonic Recording," David Caddick, producer.

Historical album: "Robert Johnson: The Complete Recordings," Lawrence Cohn, producer.

Recording for children: "The Little Mermaid: Original Cast Recording," Howard Ashman and Alan Menken.

Comedy recording: "P. D. Q. Bach: Oedipus Tex and Other Choral Calamities," Prof. Peter Schickele.

L Spoken word recording: "Gracie: A Love Story," George Burns.

Instrumental composition: "Change of Heart," Pat Metheny.

Instrumental composition written for movie or TV: "Glory," James Horner.

Song written specifically for movie or TV: "Under the Sea" (from "The Little Mermaid"), Alan Menken and Howard Ashman.

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.

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.

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