2000 Grammy Award Winners

2000 Grammy Award Winners
Winners Announced: February 23, 2000
Held at: Staples Center, Los Angeles
Host: Rosie O’Donnell
Eligibility Year: October 1, 1998 – September 30, 1999

2000 Grammy Winners
Record of the Year:
Smooth – Santana featuring Rob Thomas

Album of the Year:
Supernatural – Santana (Arista Records):

Song of the Year:
Smooth – Itaal Shur and Rob Thomas, songwriters

New Artist:
Christina Aguilera

Female Pop Vocal:
I Will Remember You – Sarah McLachlan

Male Pop Vocal:
Brand New Day – Sting

Pop Duo or Group with Vocals:
Maria Maria – Santana

Pop Collaboration with Vocals:
Smooth – Santana featuring Rob Thomas

Pop Instrumental:
El Farol – Santana

Dance Recording:
Believe – Cher

Pop Album:
Brand New Day – Sting (A&M Records)

Traditional Pop Album:
Bennett Sings Ellington?Hot and Cool – Tony Bennett

Female Rock Vocal:
Sweet Child O’ Mine – Sheryl Crow

Male Rock Vocal:
American Woman – Lenny Kravitz

Rock Duo or Group with Vocals:
Put Your Lights On – Santana featuring Everlast

Hard Rock:
Whiskey in the Jar – Metallica

Metal:
Iron Man – Black Sabbath

Rock Instrumental:
The Calling – Santana featuring Eric Clapton

Rock Song:
Scar Tissue – Flea, John Frusciante, Anthony Kiedis, and Chad Smith, songwriters

Rock Album:
Supernatural – Santana (Arista Records)

Alternative Music Performance:
Mutations – Beck

Female R&B Vocal:
It’s Not Right but It’s Okay – Lauryn Hill

Male R&B Vocal:
Staying Power – Barry White

R&B Duo or Group with Vocals:
No Scrubs – TLC

R&B Song:
No Scrubs – Kevin ‘Shekspere’ Briggs, Kandi Burruss, and Tameka Cottle, songwriters

R&B Album:
Fanmail – TLC (LaFace Records):

Traditional R&B Vocal Performance:
Staying Power – Barry White

Rap Solo:
My Name Is – Eminem

Rap Duo or Group:
You Got Me – The Roots featuring Erykah Badu

Rap Album:
The Slim Shady LP – Eminem

Female Country Vocal:
Man! I Feel like a Woman! – Shania Twain

Male Country Vocal:
Choices – George Jones

Country Duo or Group with Vocals:
Ready to Run – Dixie Chicks

Country Collaboration with Vocals:
After the Gold Rush – Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, and Dolly Parton

Country Instrumental:
Bob’s Breakdowns – Asleep At The Wheel featuring Tommy Allsup, Floyd Domino, Larry Franklin, Vince Gill, and Steve Wariner

Country Song:
Come On Over – Robert John ?Mutt? Lange and Shania Twain, songwriters

Country Album:
Fly – Dixie Chicks (Monument Records):

Bluegrass Album:
Ancient Tones – Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder (Skaggs Family Records)

New Age Album:
Celtic Solstice – Paul Winter and Friends (Living Music)

Contemporary Jazz:
Inside – David Sanborn

Jazz Vocal:
When I Look in Your Eyes – Diana Krall

Jazz Instrumental, Solo:
In Walked Wayne – Wayne Shorter

Jazz Instrumental, Individual or Group:
Like Minds – Gary Burton, Chick Corea, Pat Metheny, Roy Haynes, and Dave Holland (Concord Jazz)

Large Jazz Ensemble:
Serendipity 18 – The Bob Florence Limited Edition

Latin Jazz:
Latin Soul – Poncho Sanchez

Rock Gospel Album:
Pray – Rebecca St. James (ForeFront Records)

Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album:
Speechless – Steven Curtis Chapman (Sparrow Records)

Southern Gospel, Country Gospel, or Bluegrass Gospel Album:
Kennedy Center Homecoming – Bill and Gloria Gaither and Their Homecoming Friends(Spring House Music Group)

Traditional Soul Gospel Album:
Christmas with Shirley Caesar – Shirley Caesar (Myrrh Records)

Contemporary Soul Gospel Album:
Mountain High . . .Valley Low – Yolanda Adams (Elektra Entertainment Group)

Gospel Album by a Choir or Chorus
High and Lifted Up – The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir; Carol Cymbala, Choir Director (Atlantic Records)

Latin Pop:
Tiempos – Rubén Blades

Latin Rock/Alternative:
Resurrection – Chris Perez Band

Tropical Latin:
Mambo Birdland – Tito Puente

Salsa:
Llego . . .Van Van: Van Van Is Here – Los Van Van

Merengue:
Pintame – Elvis Crespo

Mexican-American:
100 Años de Mariachi – Plácido Domingo

Tejano:
Por Eso Te Amo – Los Palominos

Traditional Blues:
Blues on the Bayou – B. B. King(MCA Records)

Contemporary Blues:
Take Your Shoes Off – The Robert Cray Band (Rykodisc)

Traditional Folk:
Press On – June Carter Cash (Risk/Small Hairy Dog Records)

Contemporary Folk:
Mule Variations – Tom Waits (Tom Waits)

Reggae Album:
Calling Rastafari – Burning Spear (Heartbeat Records)

World Music Album:
Livro – Caetano Veloso (Nonesuch Records)

Polka Album:
Polkasonic – Brave Combo (Cleveland International Records)

Musical Album for Children:
The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland – Various Artists (Sony Wonder)

Spoken Word Album for Children:
Listen to the Storyteller – Wynton Marsalis, Graham Greene, and Kate Winslet (Sony Classical)

Spoken Word or Non-Musical Album:
The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr. – LeVar Burton (with Martin Luther King, Jr.) (Time Warner Audiobooks)

Spoken Comedy Album:
Bigger and Blacker – Chris Rock (DreamWorks Records)

Musical Show Album:
Annie Get Your Gun (Angel Records)

Best Soundtrack Album:
Tarzan – Phil Collins (Walt Disney Records)

Instrumental Composition for a Motion Picture or for Television:
A Bug’s Life – Randy Newman, Composer:

Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television:
Beautiful Stranger (from Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me) – Madonna and William Orbit, songwriters

Instrumental Composition:
Joyful Noise Suite – Don Sebesky, Composer

Instrumental Arrangement:
Chelsea Bridge – Don Sebesky, arranger

Instrumental Arrangement with Accompanying Vocals:
Lonely Town – Alan Broadbent, arranger

Best Recording Package:
Ride with Bob – Ray Benson, Sally Carns, and Buddy Jackson, art directors (DreamWorks Records Nashville)

Best Album Notes:
John Coltrane – The Classic Quartet-Complete Impulse! Studio Recordings – Bob Blumenthal, album notes writer

Historical Album:
The Duke Ellington Centennial Edition?The Complete RCA Victor Recordings (1927-1973) (RCA Victor/BMG Classics)

Best-Engineered Album – Non-Classical:
When I Look in Your Eyes – Al Schmitt, engineer (Verve Records)

Producer, Non-Classical:
Walter Afanasieff

Remixer, Non-Classical:
Club 69 (Peter Rauhofer)

Best-Engineered Album – Classical:
Stravinsky: Firebird; The Rite of Spring; Perséphone – Markus Heiland, engineer

Classical Producer:
Adam Abeshouse

Classical Album:
Stravinsky: Firebird; The Rite of Spring; Perséphone – Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor (RCA Victor Red Seal)

Orchestral:
Stravinsky: Firebird; The Rite of Spring; Perséphone – Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor (Deutsche Grammophon)

Opera:
Stravinsky: The Rake’s Progress – John Eliot Gardiner, conductor (Deutsche Grammophon)

Choral:
Britten: War Requiem – Robert Shafer, conductor (The Washington Chorus)

Instrumental Soloist with Orchestra:
Prokofiev: Piano Cons. Nos. 1 and 3/Bartók: Piano Con. No. 3 – Martha Argerich, piano; Charles Dutoit, conductor

Instrumental Soloist without Orchestra:
Shostakovich: 24 Preludes and Fugues, Op. 87 – Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano

Chamber Music:
Beethoven: The Violin Sonatas (Nos. 1-3, Op. 12; Nos. 1-3, Op. 30; “Spring” Sonata, Etc.) – Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin; Lambert Orkis, piano

Small Ensemble Performance (with or without Conductor):
Colors Of Love (Works of Thomas, Stucky, Tavener, Rands, Etc.) – Chanticleer; Joseph Jennings, conductor

Classical Vocal:
Mahler: Des Knaben Wunderhorn – Thomas Quasthoff, baritone; Anne Sofie von Otter, mezzo soprano

Classical Contemporary Composition:
Boulez: Répons – Pierre Boulez, Composer

Classical Crossover Album:
Schickele: Hornsmoke (Piano Con. No. 2 in F Maj. ‘Ole’; Brass Calendar; Hornsmoke-A Horse Opera) – The Chestnut Brass Co.; Peter Schickele, piano and narrator

Music Video, Short Form:
Freak on a Leash – (Korn), Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris, Todd McFarlane, and Graham Morris, video directors

Music Video, Long Form:
Band of Gypsys – Live at Fillmore East – (Jimi Hendrix), Bob Smeaton, video director

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