2001 Grammy Award Winners

2001 Grammy Award Winners
Winners Announced: February 21, 2001
Held at: Staples Center, Los Angeles
Host: Jon Stewart
Eligibility Year: October 1, 1999 – September 30, 2000

2001 Grammy Winners
Record of the Year:
Beautiful Day – U2

Album of the Year:
Two Against Nature – Steely Dan (Giant Records)

Song of the Year:
Beautiful Day – U2

New Artist:
Shelby Lynne

Female Pop Vocal:
I Try – Macy Gray

Male Pop Vocal:
She Walks This Earth (Soberana Rosa) – Sting

Pop Duo or Group with Vocals:
Cousin Dupree – Steely Dan

Pop Collaboration with Vocals:
Is You Is, or Is You Ain’t (My Baby) – B. B. King and Dr. John

Pop Instrumental:
Caravan – The Brian Setzer Orchestra:

Dance Recording:
Who Let the Dogs Out – Baha Men

Pop Instrumental Album:
Symphony No. 1 – Joe Jackson (Sony Classical)

Pop Vocal Album:
Two Against Nature – Steely Dan (Giant Records)

Traditional Pop Vocal Album:
Both Sides Now – Joni Mitchell (Reprise Records)

Female Rock Vocal:
There Goes the Neighborhood – Sheryl Crow

Male Rock Vocal:
Again – Lenny Kravitz

Rock Duo or Group with Vocals:
Beautiful Day – U2

Hard Rock:
Guerrilla Radio – Rage Against the Machine

Elite – Deftones

Rock Instrumental:
The Call of the Ktulu – Metallica with Michael Kamen conducting the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra

Rock Song:
With Arms Wide Open – Scott Stapp and Mark Tremonti, songwriters

Rock Album:
There Is Nothing Left to Lose – Foo Fighters (RCA/Roswell Records)

Alternative Music Album:
Kid A – Radiohead (Radiohead)

Female R&B Vocal:
He Wasn’t Man Enough – Toni Braxton

Male R&B Vocal:
Untitled (How Does it Feel) D’Angelo

R&B Duo or Group with Vocals:
Say My Name – Destiny’s Child

R&B Song:
Say My Name – LaShawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins, Beyoncé Knowles, LeToya Luckett, LaTavia Roberson, and Kelendria Rowland, songwriters

R&B Album:
Voodoo – D’Angelo (Cheeba Sound/Virgin Records America)

Traditional R&B Vocal Performance:
Ear-Resistible – The Temptations

Rap Solo:
The Real Slim Shady – Eminem

Rap Duo or Group:
Forgot about Dre – Dr. Dre featuring Eminem

Rap Album:
The Marshall Mathers LP – Eminem

Female Country Vocal:
Breathe – Faith Hill

Male Country Vocal:
Solitary Man – Johnny Cash

Country Duo or Group with Vocals:
Cherokee Maiden – Asleep at the Wheel

Country Collaboration with Vocals:
Let’s Make Love – Faith Hill and Tim McGraw

Country Instrumental:
Leaving Cottondale – Alison Brown with Béla Fleck

Country Song:
I Hope You Dance – Mark D. Sanders and Tia Sillers, songwriters

Country Album:
Breathe – Faith Hill (Warner Bros. Records)

Bluegrass Album:
The Grass Is Blue – Dolly Parton (Sugar Hill Records)

New Age Album:
Thinking of You – Kitaro (Domo Records)

Contemporary Jazz:
Outbound – Béla Fleck and the Flecktones

Jazz Vocal:
In The Moment?Live in Concert – Dianne Reeves

Jazz Instrumental – Solo:
(Go) Get It – Pat Metheny

Jazz Instrumental, Individual or Group:
Contemporary Jazz – Branford Marsalis (Columbia Records)

Large Jazz Ensemble:
52nd Street Themes – Joe Lovano (Blue Note Records)

Latin Jazz:
Live at the Village Vanguard – Chucho Valdés

Rock Gospel Album:
Double Take – Petra (Word Records)

Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album:
If I Left the Zoo – Jars of Clay (Essential Records)

Southern Gospel, Country Gospel, or Bluegrass Gospel Album:
Soldier of the Cross – Ricky Skaggs And Kentucky Thunder (Skaggs Family Records)

Traditional Soul Gospel Album:
You Can Make It – Shirley Caesar(Myrrh Records)

Contemporary Soul Gospel Album:
Thankful – Mary Mary (Columbia/C2/Word Entertainment)

Gospel Album by a Choir or Chorus:
Live – God Is Working – Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir; Carol Cymbala, Choir Director (M2.0 Music)

Latin Pop Album:
Shakira – MTV Unplugged – Shakira

Latin Rock/Alternative Album:
Uno – La Ley

Tropical Latin Album:
Alma Caribeña – Gloria Estefan

Salsa Album:
Masterpiece/Obra Maestra – Tito Puente and Eddie Palmieri

Merengue Album:
Olga Viva, Viva Olga – Olga Tañón

Mexican-American Album:
Por Una Mujer Bonita – Pepe Aguilar

Tejano Album:
¿Qué Es Música Tejana? – The Legends

Traditional Blues Album:
Riding with the King – B. B. King and Eric Clapton(Reprise Records)

Contemporary Blues Album:
Shoutin’ in Key – Taj Mahal and the Phantom Blues Band (Hannibal Records)

Traditional Folk Album:
Public Domain – Songs from the Wild Land – Dave Alvin (HighTone)

Contemporary Folk Album:
Red Dirt Girl – Emmylou Harris (Nonesuch Records)

Native American Music Album:
Gathering of Nations Pow Wow – Various Artists (Soar)

Reggae Album:
Art and Life – Beenie Man (Virgin Records America)

World Music Album:
João Voz e Violão – João Gilberto (Verve Records)

Polka Album:
Touched by a Polka – Jimmy Sturr (Rounder Records)

Musical Album for Children:
Woody’s Roundup featuring Riders in the Sky – Riders in the Sky (Walt Disney Records)

Spoken Word Album for Children:
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (J. K. Rowling) – Jim Dale (Listening Library)

Spoken Word or Non-Musical Album:
The Measure of a Man (Sidney Poitier) – Sidney Poitier (Harper Audio)

Spoken Comedy Album:
Braindroppings – George Carlin (HighBridge Audio)

Musical Show Album:
Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida (Buena Vista Records)

Best Compilation Soundtrack Album:
Almost Famous – Various Artists (DreamWorks Records)

Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture or for Television:
American Beauty – Thomas Newman, Composer:

Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television:
When She Loved Me (from Toy Story 2) – Randy Newman, songwriter

Instrumental Composition:
Theme from Angela’s Ashes – John Williams, Composer

Instrumental Arrangement:
Spain for Sextet and Orchestra – Chick Corea, arranger

Instrumental Arrangement with Accompanying Vocals:
Both Sides Now – Vince Mendoza, arranger

Best Recording Package:
Music – Kevin Reagan, art director (Maverick/Warner Bros. Records):

Best Boxed Recording Package:
Miles Davis and John Coltrane: The Complete Columbia Recordings 1955-1961 – Frank Harkins and Arnold Levine, art directors (Columbia/Legacy Recordings)

Best Album Notes:
Miles Davis and John Coltrane: The Complete Columbia Recordings 1955-1961 – Bob Blumenthal, album notes writer

Historical Album:
Louis Armstrong: The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings (Columbia/Legacy Recordings)

Best-Engineered Album – Non-Classical:
Two Against Nature – Phil Burnett, Roger Nichols, Dave Russell and Elliot Scheiner, engineers (Giant Records)

Producer, Non-Classical:
Dr. Dre

Remixer, Non-Classical:
Hex Hector

Best-Engineered Album – Classical:
Dvorák: Requiem, Op. 89; Sym. No. 9, Op. 95 – From the New World – John Eargle, engineer

Classical Producer:
Steven Epstein

Classical Album:
Shostakovich: The String Quartets – Emerson String Quartet (Deutsche Grammophon)

Orchestral Performance:
Mahler: Sym. No. 10 – Sir Simon Rattle (Berliner Phil.) (EMI Classics)

Opera Recording:
Busoni: Doktor Faust – Kent Nagano, conductor (Erato)

Choral Performance:
Penderecki: Credo – Helmuth Rilling, conductor (Oregon Bach Festival Cho.; Oregon Bach Festival Orch.)

Instrumental Soloist with Orchestra:
Maw: Violin Concerto – Joshua Bell, violin; Sir Roger Norrington, conductor

Instrumental Soloist without Orchestra:
Dreams of a World (Works of Lauro, Ruiz-Pipo, Duarte, etc.) – Sharon Isbin, guitar

Chamber Music:
Shostakovich: The String Quartets – Emerson String Quartet
Small Ensemble Performance (with or without Conductor):
Shadow Dances (Stravinsky Miniatures Tango; Suite No. 1; Octet, Etc.) – Juliane Banse, soprano; The 12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic

Classical Vocal:
The Vivaldi Album (Dell’aura al sussurrar; Alma oppressa, etc.) – Cecilia Bartoli, mezzo soprano

Classical Contemporary Composition:
Crumb: Star-Child – George Crumb, Composer

Classical Crossover Album:
Appalachian Journey (1B; Misty Moonlight Waltz;Indecision, etc.) – Yo-Yo Ma, cello; Edgar Meyer. double bass; Mark O’Connor, violin (Alison Krauss, fiddle and vocals; James Taylor, vocals)

Music Video, Short Form:
Learn to Fly – (Foo Fighters), Jesse Peretz, video director

Music Video, Long Form:
Gimme Some Truth – The Making of John Lennon’s Imagine Album (John Lennon) – Andrew Solt, video director