Awards for 2006

Grammy

Song of the Year

WINNER

U2 (Songwriters)
For the song "Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own."

NOMINEES

Bobby Boyd (Songwriter), Jeff Hanna (Songwriter), Marcus Hummon (Songwriter)
For the song "Bless the Broken Road."

Bruce Springsteen (Songwriter)
For the song "Devils & Dust."

Will.i.am (Songwriter), John Legend (Songwriter)
For the song "Ordinary People."

Johnta Austin (Songwriter), Mariah Carey (Songwriter), Jermaine Dupri (Songwriter), Manuel Seal (Songwriter)
For the song "We Belong Together."

Best Short Form Music Video

WINNER

Missy Elliott (Artist/Video Director), Ciara (Artist), Fatman Scoop (Artist), Dave Meyers (Video Director), Joseph Sasson (Video Producer)
For the video "Lose Control."

Best Long Form Music Video

WINNER

No Direction Home: Bob Dylan: Bob Dylan (performer), Martin Scorsese (director/producer), Margaret Bodde (producer), Susan Lacy (producer), Jeff Rosen (producer), Nigel Sinclair (producer), Anthony Wall (producer)

NOMINEES

Beautiful Dreamer: Brian Wilson and the Story of 'Smile': Brian Wilson (performer/producer), John Anderson (director), David Leaf (director/producer), Dave Goetz (producer), Steve Ligerman (producer), John Scheinfeld (producer), Casey K. Sipes (producer), Richard Waltzer (producer)

Devils & Dust: Bruce Springsteen (performer), Danny Clinch (director), Lindha Narvaez (producer)

End of the Century: Ramones (performer), Jim Fields (director/producer), Michael Gramaglia (director/producer)

Trapped in the Closet: Chapters 1-12: R. Kelly (performer/director), Jim Swaffield (director), Ann Carli (producer)
(Chapters 1-5).

Best Alternative Music Album

WINNER

The White Stripes
For the album "Get Behind Me Satan."

NOMINEES

Arcade Fire
For the album "Funeral."

Beck
For the album "Guero."

Death Cab for Cutie
For the album "Plans."

Franz Ferdinand
For the album "You Could Have It So Much Better."

Best Rock Album

WINNER

U2
For the album "How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb."

NOMINEES

Coldplay
For the album "X&Y."

Foo Fighters
For the album "In Your Honor."

The Rolling Stones
For the album "A Bigger Bang."

Neil Young
For the album "Prairie Wind."

Best Female R&B Vocal Performance

WINNER

Mariah Carey
For the song "We Belong Together."

NOMINEES

Ameriie
For the song "1 Thing."

Fantasia Barrino
For the song "Free Yourself."

Alicia Keys
For the song "Unbreakable."

Beyoncé Knowles
For the song "Wishing On a Star."

Best Rap Album

WINNER

Kanye West
For the album "Late Registration."

NOMINEES

Eminem
For the album "Encore"

Common
For the album "Be."

Missy Elliott
For the album "The Cookbook."

50 Cent
For the album "The Massacre."

Best Rap Solo Performance

WINNER

Kanye West
For the song "Gold Digger."

NOMINEES

Eminem
For the song "Mockingbird"

Common
For the song "Testify."

50 Cent
For the song "Disco Inferno."

Ludacris
For the song "Number One Spot."

T.I.
For the song "U Don't Know Me."

Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals

WINNER

De La Soul, Gorillaz
For the song "Feel Good, Inc."

NOMINEES

Foo Fighters, Norah Jones
For the song "Virginia Moon."

The Black Eyed Peas, Jack Johnson
For the song "Gone Going."

Christina Aguilera, Herbie Hancock
For the song "A Song For You."

India.Arie, Stevie Wonder
For the song "A Time To Love."

Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group

WINNER

U2
For the song "Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own."

NOMINEES

Coldplay
For the song "Speed of Sound."

Foo Fighters
For the song "Best of You."

Franz Ferdinand
For the song "Do You Want To."

The Killers
For the song "All These Things That I've Done."

Best R&B Album

WINNER

John Legend
For the album "Get Lifted."

NOMINEES

Fantasia Barrino
For the album "Free Yourself."

Earth Wind & Fire
For the album "Illumination."

Alicia Keys
For the album "Unplugged."

Stevie Wonder
For the album "A Time to Love."

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration

WINNER

Jay-Z, Linkin Park
For the song "Numb/Encore."

NOMINEES

Ciara, Missy Elliott
For the song "1, 2 Step."

Common, John Legend, Kanye West
For the song "They Say."

Eve, Gwen Stefani
For the song "Rich Girl."

Destiny's Child, T.I., Lil' Wayne
For the song "Soldier."

Best Pop Vocal Album

WINNER

Kelly Clarkson
For the album "Breakaway."

NOMINEES

Gwen Stefani
For the album "Love.Angel.Music.Baby."

Fiona Apple
For the album "Extraordinary Machine."

Sheryl Crow
For the album "Wildflower."

Paul McCartney
For the album "Chaos and Creation in the Backyard."

Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal

WINNER

Maroon 5
For the song "This Love" (Live Friday the 13th).

NOMINEES

The Black Eyed Peas
For the song "Don't Lie."

The Killers
For the song "Mr. Brightside."

Los Lonely Boys
For the song "More Than Love."

The White Stripes
For the song "My Doorbell."

Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group

WINNER

The Black Eyed Peas
For the song "Don't Phunk With My Heart."

NOMINEES

Eminem, Dr. Dre, 50 Cent
For the song "Encore"

Common, The Last Poets
For the song "The Last Corner."


Ying Yang Twins
For the song "Wait (The Whisper Song)."

Best Contemporary R&B Album

WINNER

Mariah Carey
For the album "The Emancipation of Mimi."

NOMINEES

Ameriie
For the album "Touch."

Destiny's Child
For the album "Destiny Fulfilled."

Omarion Grandberry
For the album "O."

Mario
For the album "Turning Point."

Best New Artist

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

WINNER

Kelly Clarkson
For the song "Since U Been Gone."

NOMINEES

Gwen Stefani
For the song "Hollaback Girl."

Sheryl Crow
For the song "Good is Good."

Bonnie Raitt
For the song "I Will Not Be Broken."

Mariah Carey
For the song "It's Like That."

Best Instrumental Arrangement

WINNER

The Incredibles: Gordon Goodwin
For "The Incredits".

Best Male R&B Vocal Performance

WINNER

John Legend
For the song "Ordinary People."

NOMINEES

Mario
For the song "Let Me Love You."

Usher Raymond
For the song "Superstar."

Jamie Foxx
For the song "Creepin'."

Stevie Wonder
For the song "So What the Fuss."

Best Spoken Word Album

WINNER

Barack Obama
For the album "Dreams from My Father."

NOMINEE

Garrison Keillor
For the Album "The Adventures of Guy Noir"

Album of the Year

WINNER

U2 (Artist), Carl Glanville (Engineer/Mixer), Flood (Engineer/Mixer/Producer), Greg Collins (Engineer/Mixer), Jacknife Lee (Engineer/Mixer/Producer), Nellee Hooper (Engineer/Mixer), Simon Gogerly (Engineer/Mixer), Steve Lillywhite (Engineer/Mixer/Producer), Arnie Acosta (Mastering Engineer), Brian Eno (Producer), Chris Thomas (Producer), Daniel Lanois (Producer)
For the album "How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb."

Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media

WINNER

Ray: James Austin (compilation producer), Stuart Benjamin (compilation producer), Taylor Hackford (compilation producer)

NOMINEES

Six Feet Under: "various artists", Gary Calamar (producer), Thomas Golubic (producer), Errol Kolosine (producer)
For Volume 2 - Everything Ends.


Napoleon Dynamite: "various artists", Brian McNelis (producer), Skip Williamson (producer)

No Direction Home: Bob Dylan: Bob Dylan, Steve Berkowitz (producer), Bruce Dickinson (producer), Jeff Rosen (producer)
For The Soundtrack - Bootleg Series, Vol. 7.

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

WINNER

The Polar Express: Glen Ballard, Alan Silvestri
For the song "Believe".

NOMINEES

Six Feet Under: Arcade Fire
For the song "Cold Wind".
For Volume 2 - Everything Ends.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: John August, Danny Elfman
For the song "Wonka's Welcome Song".

Elizabethtown: Tom Petty
For the song "Square One".

Best Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media

WINNER

NOMINEES




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