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2002 Grammy Award Nominees For Production and Engineering

And you thought last year was U2's big year at the Grammys! After nabbing three awards in 2001, the Irish quartet is nominated for eight this year, leading a large, diverse field that includes talented newcomers such as Alicia Keys and Nelly Furtado, along with veterans of every style, vying for trophies in a zillion categories. As has become traditional, we're proud to salute some of the engineers and producers up for Grammy Awards this year. We'll have more on the winners in our April issue.

ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Acoustic Soul, India.Arie. Producers: India.Arie, Mark Batson, Carlos Broady, Blue Miller, Bob Power. Engineers: Mark Batson, Carlos Broady, Kevin Haywood, Avery Johnson, George Karas, Jim Lightman, Blue Miller, Mark Niemiec, Bob Power, Mike Shipley, John Smetz, Alvin Speights, Mike Tocci, Dave Way.

All That You Can't Leave Behind, U2. Producers: Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois. Engineers: Brian Eno, Steve Fitzmaurice, Julian Gallagher, Mike Hedges, Daniel Lanois, Steve Lillywhite, Tim Palmer, Richard Rainey, Richard Stannard.

Love and Theft, Bob Dylan. Producer: Bob Dylan. Engineer: Chris Shaw.

Stankonia, Outkast. Producers: Earthtone III, Organized Noize, Antonio “LA” Reid. Engineers: Jarvis Blackshear, Leslie Brathwaite, Josh Butler, Ralph Cacciurri, John Frye, Mark Goodchild, Carl Mo, Kevin Parker, Neal H. Pogue, Richard H. Segal, Kenneth Stallworth, Matt Still, Jason Stokes, Bernasky Wall, Derrick Williams.

O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Various Artists. Producer: T Bone Burnett. Engineer: Mike Piersante.

RECORD OF THE YEAR

“Video,” India.Arie. Producers: India.Arie, Carlos Broady. Engineers: Kevin Haywood, Mike Shipley.

“Fallin',” Alicia Keys. Producer: Alicia Keys. Engineers: Kerry Brothers, Russ Elevado.

“Ms. Jackson,” Outkast. Producer: Earthtone III. Engineer: John Frye, Neal H. Pogue.

“Drops of Jupiter,” Train. Producer: Brendan O'Brien. Engineers: Nick DiDia, Brendan O'Brien, Ryan Williams.

“Walk On,” U2. Producers: Brain Eno, Daniel Lanois. Engineers: Steve Lillywhite, Richard Rainey.

BEST ENGINEERED ALBUM, NON-CLASSICAL

Ballads — Remembering John Coltrane, Karrin Allyson. Engineer: Josiah Gluck.

Life on a String, Laurie Anderson. Engineer: Martin Brumbach.

The Look of Love, Diana Krall. Engineer: Al Schmitt.

New Favorite, Alison Krauss & Union Station. Engineer: Gary Paczosa.

Time*Sex*Love*, Mary Chapin Carpenter. Engineer: George Massenburg.

BEST REMIXED RECORDING, NON-CLASSICAL

“Heard It All Before,” Sunshine Anderson. Remixer: E-Smoove.

“I Feel Loved,” Depeche Mode. Remixer: Danny Tenaglia.

“Thank You,” Dido. Remixer: Deep Dish.

“Soul Shakedown,” Bob Marley. Remixer: Steve “Silk” Hurley.

“Baby, Come Over,” Samantha Mumba. Remixer: K-Klass.

PRODUCER OF THE YEAR, NON-CLASSICAL

T Bone Burnett (O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Various; Down From the Mountain, Various; Fan Dance, Sam Phillips)

Gerald Eaton, Brian West (Whoa, Nelly!, Nelly Furtado)

Nigel Godrich (Amnesiac, Radiohead; The Invisible Band, Travis)

Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis (No More Drama, Mary J. Blige; When a Woman Loves, Patti LaBelle; All For You, Janet Jackson)

Dr. Dre (“Break Ya Neck,” Busta Rymes; “Family Affair,” Mary J. Blige; “Fast Lane,” Bilal; “Let Me Blow Ya Mind,” Eve, featuring Gwen Stefani)

PRODUCER OF THE YEAR, CLASSICAL

Manfred Eicher (Haydn: The Seven Words; Leos Janacek: A Recollection; Hollinger: Schneewittchen)

David Frost (Mendelssohn: Songs Without Words; Schoenfield: Café Music, etc.; Schubert: Piano Duets — The Final Year)

James Mallinson (Berlioz: La Damnation De Faust; Berlioz: Les Troyens; Strauss: Die Liebe Der Danae)

Joanna Nickrenz (Haydn: The Complete String Quartets)

Robina G. Young (Elgar: Nursery Suite; Foss: Piano Concertos; Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto #3)

BEST ENGINEERED ALBUM, CLASSICAL

Berlioz — Les Troyens, Sir Colin Davis. Engineer: Simon Rhodes.

Leonard Bernstein — West Side Story Suite, Joshua Bell. Engineer: Richard King.

Haydn — The Complete String Quartets, The Angeles String Quartet. Engineer: Marc Aubort.

Respighi — Belkis, Queen of Sheba, Eiji Oue. Engineer: Keith O. Johnson.

Vaughn Williams — A London Symphony, Richard Hickox.

Engineer: Ralph Couzens.


Editor's Note: The above reflects selected credits. For full credit listing, visit www.grammy.com.

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