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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2011) 29th Grammy Awards Date February 24, 1987 Venue Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California TV in the United States Network CBS  < 1986 Grammy Awards 1988 >  The 29th Grammy Awards were held in 1987. They recognized accomplishments by musicians from the previous year.[1][2] Contents 1 Award winners 1.1 Blues 1.2 Children's 1.3 Classical 1.4 Comedy 1.5 Composing and arranging 1.6 Country 1.7 Folk 1.8 Gospel 1.9 Historical 1.10 Jazz 1.11 Latin 1.12 Musical show 1.13 Music video 1.14 New Age 1.15 Packaging and notes 1.16 Polka 1.17 Pop 1.18 Production and engineering 1.19 R&B 1.20 Reggae 1.21 Rock 1.22 Spoken 2 References Award winners Record of the Year Russ Titelman (producer), Steve Winwood (producer & artist) for "Higher Love" Album of the Year Paul Simon (producer & artist) for Graceland Song of the Year Burt Bacharach & Carole Bayer Sager (songwriters) for "That's What Friends Are For" performed by Dionne Warwick, Elton John, Gladys Knight & Stevie Wonder Best New Artist Bruce Hornsby & the Range Blues Best Traditional Blues Recording Albert Collins, Johnny Copeland & Robert Cray for Showdown! Children's Best Recording for Children Jim Henson, Kathryn King & Geri Van Rees (producers) for The Alphabet performed by the Sesame Street cast Classical Best Classical Orchestral Recording Michael Haas (producer), Georg Solti (conductor) & the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for Liszt: A Faust Symphony Best Classical Vocal Soloist Performance André Previn (conductor), Kathleen Battle & the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for Kathleen Battle Sings Mozart Best Opera Recording Elizabeth Ostrow (producer), John Mauceri (conductor), James Billings, Joyce Castle, Maris Clement, David Eisler, Jack Harrold, John Lankston, Erie Mills, Scott Reeve & the New York City Opera Orchestra for Bernstein: Candide Best Choral Performance (other than opera) James Levine (conductor), Margaret Hillis (choir director) & the Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Chorus for Orff: Carmina Burana Best Classical Performance - Instrumental Soloist or Soloists (with or without orchestra) Vladimir Horowitz for Horowitz - The Studio Recordings, New York 1985 Best Chamber Music Performance Emanuel Ax & Yo-Yo Ma for Beethoven: Cello Sonata No. 4; Variations Best Contemporary Composition Witold Lutosławski (composer) & Esa-Pekka Salonen (conductor) for Lutosławski: Symphony No. 3 Best Classical Album Thomas Frost (producer) & Vladimir Horowitz for Horowitz - The Studio Recordings, New York 1985 Comedy Best Comedy Recording Bill Cosby for Those of You With or Without Children, You'll Understand Composing and arranging Best Instrumental Composition John Barry (composer) for Out of Africa Best Arrangement on an Instrumental Patrick Williams (arranger) for "Suite Memories" performed by Bill Watrous & Patrick Williams Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocals David Foster (arranger) for "Somewhere" performed by Barbra Streisand Country Best Country Vocal Performance, Female Reba McEntire for "Whoever's in New England" Best Country Vocal Performance, Male Ronnie Milsap for Lost in the Fifties Tonight Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal The Judds for "Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout the Good Old Days)" Best Country Instrumental Performance (orchestra, group or soloist) Ricky Skaggs for "Raisin' the Dickins" Best Country Song Jamie O'Hara (songwriter) for "Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout the Good Old Days)" performed by The Judds Folk Best Traditional Folk Recording Doc Watson for Riding the Midnight Train Best Contemporary Folk Recording Al Bunetta, Dan Einstein & Hank Neuberger (producers) for Tribute to Steve Goodman performed by various artists Gospel Best Gospel Performance, Female Sandi Patti for Morning Like This Best Gospel Performance, Male Philip Bailey for Triumph Best Gospel Performance by a Duo or Group, Choir or Chorus Deniece Williams & Sandi Patti for "They Say" Best Soul Gospel Performance, Female Deniece Williams for "I Surrender All" Best Soul Gospel Performance, Male Al Green for "Going Away" Best Soul Gospel Performance by a Duo or Group, Choir or Chorus The Winans for Let My People Go Historical Best Historical Album Aziz Goksel & Bob Porter (producers) for Atlantic Rhythm and Blues 1947-1974, Vols. 1-7 performed by various artists Jazz Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Female Diane Schuur for Timeless Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Male Bobby McFerrin for "Round Midnight" Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Duo or Group 2+2 Plus for Free Fall Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Soloist Miles Davis for Tutu Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group Wynton Marsalis for J Mood Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Big Band Doc Severinsen for The Tonight Show Band with Doc Severinsen Best Jazz Fusion Performance, Vocal or Instrumental Bob James & David Sanborn for Double Vision Latin Best Latin Pop Performance José Feliciano for "Le Lo Lai" Best Tropical Latin Performance Rubén Blades for Escenas Best Mexican-American Performance Flaco Jiménez for Ay Te Dejo en San Antonio Musical show Best Cast Show Album Thomas Z. Shepard (producer) & the original 1986 cast for Follies in Concert Music video Best Music Video, Short Form Dire Straits for "Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms" Best Music Video, Long Form Michael Apted (video director) & Sting for Bring on the Night New Age Best New Age Recording Andreas Vollenweider for Down to the Moon Packaging and notes Best Album Package Eiko Ishioka (art director) for Tutu performed by Miles Davis Best Album Notes Andrew Sarris, Frank Conroy, Gary Giddins, Jonathan Schwartz, Murray Kempton, Stephen Holden & Wilfrid Sheed for The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952 performed by Frank Sinatra Polka Best Polka Recording Eddie Blazonczyk for Another Polka Celebration performed by Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones Jimmy Sturr for I Remember Warsaw performed by Jimmy Sturr & His Orchestra Pop Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female Barbra Streisand for The Broadway Album Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male Steve Winwood for "Higher Love" Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal Dionne Warwick, Elton John, Gladys Knight & Stevie Wonder for "That's What Friends Are For" Best Pop Instrumental Performance, (Orchestra, Group or Soloist) Harold Faltermeyer & Steve Stevens for "Top Gun Anthem" Production and engineering Best Engineered Recording, Non-Classical Jason Corsaro, Mike Nicholson & Tom Lord-Alge (engineers) for Back in the High Life performed by Steve Winwood Best Engineered Recording, Classical Paul Goodman (engineer) & Vladimir Horowitz for Horowitz - The Studio Recordings, New York 1985 Producer of the Year (Non-Classical) Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis Classical Producer of the Year Thomas Frost R&B Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female Anita Baker for Rapture Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male James Brown for "Living in America" Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal Prince and The Revolution for "Kiss" Best R&B Instrumental Performance (Orchestra, Group or Soloist) Yellowjackets for "And You Know That" Best Rhythm & Blues Song Anita Baker, Gary Bias & Louis A. Johnson (songwriters) for "Sweet Love" performed by Anita Baker Reggae Best Reggae Recording Steel Pulse for Babylon the Bandit Rock Best Rock Vocal Performance, Female Tina Turner for "Back Where You Started" Best Rock Vocal Performance, Male Robert Palmer for "Addicted to Love" Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal Eurythmics for "Missionary Man" Best Rock Instrumental Performance (Orchestra, Group or Soloist) Art of Noise & Duane Eddy for "Peter Gunn" Spoken Best Spoken Word or Non-musical Recording Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chips Moman, Ricky Nelson, Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins & Sam Phillips for Interviews From the Class of '55 Recording Sessions References ^ "Simon's controversial album wins most prestigious Grammy". The Deseret News. 25 February 1987. http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=wUg6AAAAIBAJ&sjid=84MDAAAAIBAJ&pg=4048,3448735&dq=grammy&hl=en. Retrieved 1 May 2011.  ^ "1986 Grammy Award Winners". 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