45th Grammy Awards Nominees

Jan 8, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors

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Nominees listed for the 45th Annual Grammy Awards were taken from the Grammy Website, www.grammy.com. What follows are select excerpts. A complete list of the nominees can be found at the Grammy Website.

Record of the Year

  • "A Thousand Miles" by Vanessa Carlton. Ron Fair, producer; Tal Herzberg, Jack Joseph Puig and Michael C. Ross, engineer/mixers.

  • "Without Me" by Eminem. Jeff Bass and Eminem, producers; Steve King, engineer/mixer.

  • "Don’t Know Why" by Norah Jones. Norah Jones, Arif Mardin and Jay Newland, producers; Mardin and Newland, engineer/mixers.

  • "Dilemma" by Nelly, featuring Kelly Rowland. Bam and Ryan Bowser, producers; Brian Garten, engineer/mixer.

  • "How You Remind Me" by Nickelback. Nickelback and Rick Parashar, producers; Joey Moi and Randy Staub, engineer/mixers.



Album of the Year

  • Home

    by the Dixie Chicks. Produced by the Dixie Chicks and Lloyd Maines; Gary Paczosa, engineer/mixer; Robert Hadley and Doug Sax, mastering.

  • The Eminem Show

    by Eminem. Jeff Bass, Dr. Dre, Eminem and Denaun Porter, producers; Mauricio Iragorri and Steve King, engineer/mixers; Brian Gardner, mastering.

  • Come Away with Me

    by Norah Jones. Norah Jones, Arif Mardin, Craig Street and Jay Newland, producers; Mardin, Newland and Husky Huskolds, engineer/mixers; Ted Jensen, mastering.

  • Nellyville

    by Nelly. Jason Epperson, Just Blaze, The Neptunes, The Trackboyz, Wally Yaghnam, producers; Steve Eigner, Brian Garten, Russ Giraud, Gimel Keaton, Greg Morgenstein, Matt Still and Rich Travali, engineer/mixers; Herb Powers, mastering.

  • The Rising

    by Bruce Springsteen. Brendan O’Brien, producer. Nick Didia and O’Brien, engineer/mixers; Bob Ludwig, mastering.



Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical

  • Ask a Woman Who Knows

    by Natalie Cole. Elliot Scheiner and Al Schmitt, engineers.

  • C’mon, C’mon

    by Sheryl Crow. Trina Shoemaker and Eric Tew, engineers.

  • Come Away With Me

    by Norah Jones. Arif Mardin, Jay Newland and Husky Huskolds, engineers.

  • Home

    by the Dixie Chicks. Gary Paczosa, engineer. o Morning View by Incubus. Mike Einzinger, Dave Holdredge, Scott Litt and Rick Will, engineers.



Producer of the Year, Non-Classical

  • Dr. Dre, for songs by Eminem. Busta Rhymes, Truth Hurts, Warren G. and Dr. Dre & Snoop Dog.

  • Nellee Hooper, for songs by Lamya and No Doubt.

  • Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, for songs by Bryan Adams, Yolanda Adams, Boyz II Men, Mariah Carey and Deborah Cox.

  • Arif Mardin, for Norah Jones’ Come Away With Me

  • Rick Rubin, for work with Johnny Cash and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.



Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical

  • "He Loves Me" by Jill Scott. Your Friends From San Francisco, remixers.

  • "Hella Good" by No Doubt. Roger Sanchez, remixer.

  • "Lost Love" by Rinocerose. Felix Da Housecat, remixer.

  • "What About Us" by Brandy. Steve "Silk" Hurley, remixer.

  • "Work It Out" by Beyonce Knowles. Maurice Joshua, remixer.



Best Engineered Album, Classical

  • Chadwick: Orchestral Works

    . John Newton, engineer.

  • Orff: Carmina Burana

    . Jack Renner engineer.

  • Rachmaninoff: Symphonic Dances; Vocalise

    . Keith O. Johnson, engineer.

  • Shostakovich: Symphony No. 11

    . Tony Faulkner, engineer.

  • Vaughn Williams: A Seas Symphony (No. 1)

    . Michael Bishop, engineer.

Producer of the Year, Classical

  • Andrew Cornall, for albums of music by Camilo, Mahler, Moussorgsky and Rossini.

  • Manfred Eicher, for albums of music by Berio, Karaaindrou, Pärt, Silvestrov and others.

  • James Mallinson, for albums of music by Elgar, Mozart, Reger and Shostakovich.

  • Robert Woods for A Celtic Spectacular, the Latin Angeles Guitar Quartet, Scary Music and The Sound of Glory.

  • Robina Young for albums of music by Bach, Brahms, Handel and Medelsossohn.



Best Classical Album

  • Beethoven: String Quartets by the Takacs Quartet

    . Andrew Keener, producer.

  • Bel Canto: Bellini, Rossini, Donizetti et al. by the Orchestra of St. Luke’s

    . Erik Smith, producer.

  • Mahler: Symphony No. 6 by the San Francisco Symphony

    . Andrea Neubronner, producer.

  • Pärt: Orient and Occident by the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra

    . Manfred Eicher, producer.

  • Vaughan Williams: A Seas Symphony (No. 1) by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

    . Thomas C. Moore, producer.








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