Grammy Awards of 1995

Grammy Awards of 1995

Infobox Grammy Awards
name = 37th
imagesize = 150px
date = March 1, 1995
venue = Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California
host = Paul Reiser
network = CBS
next = 1996
last = 1994

The 37th Grammy Awards were presented March 1, 1995. They recognized accomplishments by musicians from the previous year.

Award winners:

*Record of the Year
**Bill Bottrell (producer) & Sheryl Crow for "All I Wanna Do"

*Album of the Year
**David Kahne (producer) & Tony Bennett for ""

*Song of the Year
**Bruce Springsteen (songwriter) for "Streets of Philadelphia"

*Best New Artist
**Sheryl Crow


*Best Alternative Music Performance
**Green Day for Dookie


*Best Traditional Blues Album
**Eric Clapton for "From the Cradle "
*Best Contemporary Blues Album
**Pops Staples for "Father Father"


*Best Musical Album for Children
**Mark Mancina, Jay Rifkin, Chris Thomas, Hans Zimmer (producers) & various artists for "The Lion King - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack"
*Best Spoken Word Album for Children
**Ted Kryczko, Randy Thornton (producers) & Robert Guillaume for "The Lion King Read-Along"


*Best Orchestral Performance
**Pierre Boulez (conductor) & the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for "Bartók: Concerto for Orchestra; Four Orchestral Pieces, Op. 12"
*Best Classical Vocal Performance
**Cecilia Bartoli for "The Impatient Lover - Italian Songs by Beethoven, Schubert, Mozart "
*Best Opera Recording
**Martin Sauer (producer), Kent Nagano (conductor), Kenn Chester, Jerry Hadley, Samuel Ramey, Cheryl Studer, & the Orchestre of Opera De Lyon & Chorus for "Floyd: Susannah"
*Best Choral Performance
**John Eliot Gardiner (choir director), the Monteverdi Choir & the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique for "Berlioz: Messe Solennelle"
*Best Instrumental Soloist Performance (with orchestra)
**David Zinman (conductor), Yo-Yo Ma & the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for "The New York Album - Works of Albert, Bartók & Bloch"
*Best Instrumental Soloist Performance Without Orchestra
**Emanuel Ax for "Haydn: Piano Sonatas, Nos. 32, 47, 53, 59"
*Best Chamber Music Performance
**Daniel Barenboim, Dale Clevenger, Larry Combs, Daniele Damiano, Hansjorg Schellenberger & the Berlin Philharmonic for "Beethoven/Mozart: Quintets (Chicago-Berlin)"
*Best Classical Contemporary Composition
**Stephen Albert (composer), David Zinman (conductor) & Yo-Yo Ma for "Albert: Cello Concerto"
*Best Classical Album
**Karl-August Naegler (producer), Pierre Boulez (conductor) & the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for "Bartók: Concerto for Orchestra; Four Orchestral Pieces, Op. 12"

Composing and arranging

*Best Instrumental Composition
**Michael Brecker (composer) for "African Skies"
*Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television
**Bruce Springsteen (songwriter) for "Streets of Philadelphia"
*Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion Picture or for Television
**John Williams (composer) for "Schindler's List"
*Best Instrumental Arrangement
**Dave Grusin (arranger) for "Three Cowboy Songs"
*Best Instrumental Arrangement with Accompanying Vocals
**Hans Zimmer & Lebo Morake (arrangers) for "Circle of Life" performed by Carmen Twillie


*Best Female Country Vocal Performance
**Mary Chapin Carpenter for "Shut Up and Kiss Me"
*Best Male Country Vocal Performance
**Vince Gill for "When Love Finds You"
*Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
**Asleep at the Wheel & Lyle Lovett for "Blues for Dixie"
*Best Country Vocal Collaboration
**Aaron Neville & Trisha Yearwood for "I Fall to Pieces"
*Best Country Instrumental Performance
**Chet Atkins for "Young Thing"
*Best Country Song
**Gary Baker & Frank J. Myers for "I Swear" performed by John Michael Montgomery
*Best Country Album
**Mary Chapin Carpenter for "Stones in the Road"
*Best Bluegrass Album
**Jerry Douglas & Tut Taylor (producers) for "The Great Dobro Sessions" performed by various artists


*Best Traditional Folk Album
**Bob Dylan for "World Gone Wrong "
*Best Contemporary Folk Album
**Johnny Cash for "American Recordings"


*Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album
**Andrae Crouch for "Mercy"
*Best Rock Gospel Album
**Petra for "Wake-Up Call"
*Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album
**Albertina Walker for "Songs of the Church - Live in Memphis"
*Best Contemporary Soul Gospel Album
**Take 6 for "Join the Band"
*Best Southern Gospel, Country Gospel or Bluegrass Gospel Album
**Alison Krauss & The Cox Family for "I Know Who Holds Tomorrow"
*Best Gospel Album by a Choir or Chorus
**Milton Brunson (choir director) for "Through God's Eyes" performed by the Thompson Community Singers
**Hezekiah Walker (choir director) for "Live in Atlanta at Morehouse College" performed by the Love Fellowship Crusade Choir


*Best Historical Album
**Michael Lang (producer) for "The Complete Ella Fitzgerald Song Books on Verve"


*Best Jazz Instrumental Solo
**Benny Carter for "Prelude to a Kiss"
*Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Individual or Group
**Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock, Wallace Roney, Wayne Shorter & Tony Williams for "A Tribute to Miles"
*Best Large Jazz Ensemble Performance
**McCoy Tyner for "Journey"
*Best Jazz Vocal Performance
**Etta James for "Mystery Lady - Songs of Billie Holiday"
*Best Contemporary Jazz Performance
**The Brecker Brothers for "Out of the Loop"
*Best Latin Jazz Performance
**Arturo Sandoval for "Danzon"


*Best Latin Pop Performance
**Luis Miguel for "Segundo Romance"
*Best Tropical Latin Performance
**Cachao for "Master Sessions Volume 1"
*Best Mexican-American Performance
**Vikki Carr for "Recuerdo a Javier Solis"

Musical Show

*Best Musical Show Album
**Phil Ramone (producer), Stephen Sondheim (composer & lyricist) & the original cast for "Passion"

Music video

*Best Music Video, Short Form
**Cean Chaffin (video producer), David Fincher (video director) & The Rolling Stones for "Love is Strong"
*Best Music Video, Long Form
**Ned O'Hanlon, Rocky Oldham (video producers), David Mallet (video director) & U2 for ""

New Age

*Best New Age Album
**Paul Winter for "Prayer for the Wild Things"

Packaging and Notes

*Best Recording Package
**Buddy Jackson (art director) for "Tribute to the Music of Bob Wills & the Texas Playboys" performed by Asleep at the Wheel
*Best Recording Package - Boxed
**Chris Thompson (art director) for "The Complete Ella Fitzgerald Songbooks" performed by Ella Fitzgerald
*Best Album Notes
**Dan Morgenstern & Loren Schoenberg (notes writers) for "Louis Armstrong - Portrait of The Artist as a Young Man 1923-1934" performed by Louis Armstrong


*Best Polka Album
**Walter Ostanek for "Music and Friends" performed by the Walter Ostanek Band


*Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
**Sheryl Crow for "All I Wanna Do"
*Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
**Elton John for "Can You Feel the Love Tonight"
*Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
**All-4-One for "I Swear"
*Best Pop Vocal Collaboration
**Al Green & Lyle Lovett for "Funny How Time Slips Away"
*Best Pop Instrumental Performance
**Booker T & the MG's for "Cruisin' "
*Best Pop Album
**Bonnie Raitt for "Longing in Their Hearts"

Production and engineering

*Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical
**Ed Cherney (engineer) for "Longing in Their Hearts" performed by Bonnie Raitt
*Best Classical Engineered Recording
**William Hoekstra (engineer), Leonard Slatkin (conductor) & the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra for "Copland: Music for Films (The Red Pony, Our Town, Etc.)"
*Producer of the Year
**Don Was
*Classical Producer of the Year
**Andrew Cornall


*Best Female R&B Vocal Performance
**Toni Braxton for "Breathe Again"
*Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
**Babyface for "When Can I See You"
*Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
**Boyz II Men for "I'll Make Love to You"
*Best Rhythm & Blues Song
**Babyface (songwriter) for "I'll Make Love to You" performed by Boyz II Men
*Best R&B Album
**Boyz II Men for "II"


*Best Rap Solo Performance
**Queen Latifah for "U.N.I.T.Y."
*Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group
**Salt-N-Pepa for "None of Your Business"


*Best Reggae Album
**Bunny Wailer for "Crucial! Roots Classics"


*Best Female Rock Vocal Performance
**Melissa Etheridge for "Come to My Window"
*Best Male Rock Vocal Performance
**Bruce Springsteen for "Streets of Philadelphia"
*Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
**Aerosmith for "Crazy"
*Best Rock Instrumental Performance
**Allman Brothers Band for "Jessica"
*Best Hard Rock Performance
**Soundgarden for "Black Hole Sun"
*Best Metal Performance
**Soundgarden for "Spoonman"
*Best Rock Song
**Bruce Springsteen (songwriter) for "Streets of Philadelphia"
*Best Rock Album
**The Rolling Stones for "Voodoo Lounge"


*Best Spoken Word or Non-musical Album
**Henry Rollins for "Get in the Van - On the Road With Black Flag"
*Best Spoken Comedy Album
**Sam Kinison for "Live From Hell"

Trad Pop

*Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance
**Tony Bennett for ""


*Best World Music Album
**Ry Cooder & Ali Farka Toure for "Talking Timbuktu"

TV Ratings

17.3 million viewers watched the 1995 Grammy Awards.


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