Awards for 1990

Grammy

Best Music Video - Long Form

WINNER

Rhythm Nation 1814: Janet Jackson (artist), Dominic Sena (video director), Jonathan Dayton (video director/video producer), Valerie Faris (video director/video producer), Aristides McGarry (video producer)

NOMINEES

Hangin' Tough Live: New Kids on the Block (artist), Doug Nichol (video director), unknown (video producer)

Pink Floyd: Delicate Sound of Thunder: David Gilmour (artist), Nick Mason (artist), Richard Wright (artist), Jon Carin (artist), Tim Renwick (artist), Guy Pratt (artist), Gary Wallis (artist), Scott Page (artist), Wayne Isham (video director), unknown (video producer)

Moonwalker: Michael Jackson (artist/video director), Colin Chilvers (video director), Dennis E. Jones (video director), Jerry Kramer (video director), Frank DiLeo (video director), unknown (video producer)

Eurythmics: Savage: Annie Lennox (artist), David A. Stewart (artist), Sophie Muller (video director), unknown (video producer)

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

NOMINEE

Bette Midler
for "Wind Beneath my Wings"

Best R&B Vocal Performance - Female

NOMINEE

Best Recording for Children

NOMINEE

Oliver & Company: J.A.C. Redford (composer - orchestral score), Barry Mann (music by - "Once Upon a Time in New York City"), Howard Ashman (lyrics by - "Once Upon a Time in New York City"), Dan Hartman (music by - "Why Should I Worry?"), Charlie Midnight (lyrics by - "Why Should I Worry?"), Dean Pitchford (music and lyrics by - "Streets of Gold"), Tom Snow (music and lyrics by - "Streets of Gold"), Barry Manilow (music and lyrics by - "Perfect Isn't Easy"), Jack Feldman (music and lyrics by - "Perfect Isn't Easy"), Bruce Sussman (music and lyrics by - "Perfect Isn't Easy"), Ron Rocha (music by - "Good Company"), Rob Minkoff (lyrics by - "Good Company"), Huey Lewis (performed by), Billy Joel (performed by), Ruth Pointer (performed by), Bette Midler (performed by), Myhanh Tran (performed by)
For the album "Oliver and Company (Story and Songs from the Motion Picture)".

Best Instrumental Composition

WINNER

Batman: Danny Elfman
For "Batman Theme".

Best Country Vocal Performance - Female

NOMINEE

Dolly Parton
For the song "Why'd You Come in Here Looking Like That."

Record of the Year

WINNER

Bette Midler
for "Wind Beneath My Wings"

Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television

WINNER

Working Girl: Carly Simon
For the song "Let the River Run".

NOMINEES

U2: Rattle and Hum: U2
For the song "Angel of Harlem".

Shirley Valentine: Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Marvin Hamlisch
For the song "The Girl Who Used To Be Me".

Parenthood: Randy Newman
For the song "I Love To See You Smile".

Batman: Prince
For the song "Partyman".

Best Album of Original Instrumental Background Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television

WINNER

NOMINEES




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