Awards for 2000

Grammy

Best Soundtrack Album

WINNER

Tarzan: Phil Collins (artist), Mark Mancina (album producer)

NOMINEES




Best Long Form Music Video

WINNER

Hendrix: Band of Gypsys: Bob Smeaton (video director), Chips Chipperfield (video producer), Neil Aspinall (video producer)

NOMINEES

Asleep at the Wheel: The Making of 'Ride with Bob': Dan Karlok (video director/video producer), Ray Benson (video producer) (Asleep at the Wheel (artist))

Gloria Estefan: Don't Stop: Gloria Estefan (artist), Mo Fitzgibbon (video director/video producer), Robert W. Walker (video producer)

Meeting People Is Easy: Thom Yorke (artist), Jonny Greenwood (artist), Ed O'Brien (artist), Colin Greenwood (artist), Phil Selway (artist), Radiohead (artist), Grant Gee (video director), Dilly Gent (video producer)

U2: PopMart Live from Mexico City: Bono (artist), Adam Clayton (artist), Larry Mullen Jr. (artist), The Edge (artist), David Mallet (video director), Ned O'Hanlon (video producer)

Best Musical Album for Children

WINNER

Best Alternative Music Performance

WINNER

Beck
For the album "Mutations."

NOMINEES

Tori Amos
For the album "To Venus and Back."

Fatboy Slim
For the album "You've Come a Long Way, Baby."

Moby
For the album "Play."

Nine Inch Nails
For the album "The Fragile."

Best Dance Recording

WINNER

Cher (singer) (Warner Bros. (distributor))
For the song "Believe"

NOMINEE

Donna Summer (artist), Hex Hector (producer/mixer), Mac Quayle (producer/mixer)
For the song "I Will Go with You (Con te partirò)"

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance

WINNER

Tony Bennett
For the song "Bennett Sings Ellington - Hot & Cool."

NOMINEES

Harry Connick Jr.
For the album "Come By Me."

Neil Diamond
For the album "As Time Goes By - The Movie Album."

Barry Manilow
For the album "Manilow Sings Sinatra."

Bobby Short
For the album "You're the Top: Love Songs of Cole Porter."

Best Spoken Comedy Album

NOMINEE

Garrison Keillor
For the Album "A Prairie Home Companion - 25th Anniversary Collection"

Best Rap Album

WINNER

Eminem
For the album "The Slim Shady LP"

NOMINEES

Busta Rhymes
For the album "E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event): The Final World Front."

Missy Elliott
For the album "Da Real World."

Nas
For the album "I Am..."

The Roots
For the album "Things Fall Apart."

Best Rap Solo Performance

WINNER

Eminem
For the song "My Name Is"

Best Spoken Word Album For Children

WINNER

Graham Greene (narrator), Kate Winslet (narrator), Wynton Marsalis (narrator), David Frost (producer), Steven Epstein (producer)
For "Listen to the Storyteller"

Best Pop Vocal Album

WINNER

Sting
For the album " Brand New Day"

NOMINEES

Backstreet Boys
For the album "Millennium"

Cher (singer)
For the album "Believe"

Ricky Martin (singer)
For the album "Ricky Martin"

Sarah McLachlan (singer)
For the album "Mirrorball"

Best Country Collaboration with Vocals

WINNER

Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton
For the song "After The Goldrush"

Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group

NOMINEES

Eminem, Dr. Dre (featured artist)
For the song "Guilty Conscience"

Best New Artist

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

NOMINEE

Madonna
For the song "Beautiful Stranger"

Best Salsa Album

NOMINEE

Paulo Bethencourt (producer) (Warner Music Group (distributor))
Producer of the album EVOLUCIÓN by Luis Enrique

Record of the Year

WINNER

Santana, Rob Thomas
For the song "Smooth"

NOMINEES

Cher
For the song "Believe"

Ricky Martin
For the song "Livin' la Vida Loca"

TLC
For the song "No Scrubs"

Best Country Album

NOMINEE

Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton
For the album "Trio II."

Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media

WINNER

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me: Madonna, William Orbit
For the song "Beautiful Stranger".

NOMINEES

Music of the Heart: Diane Warren
For the song "Music of My Heart".

The Prince of Egypt: Stephen Schwartz, Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds
For the song "The Prince Of Egypt (When You Believe)".

A Bug's Life: Randy Newman
For the song "The Time Of Your Life".

Tarzan: Phil Collins
For the song "You'll Be In My Heart".

Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media

WINNER

NOMINEES




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