Winners at Sunday’s 49th Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center in Los Angeles:

Album of the Year: “Taking the Long Way,” Dixie Chicks.

Record of the Year: “Not Ready to Make Nice,” Dixie Chicks.

Song of the Year: “Not Ready to Make Nice,” Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Robison and Dan Wilson (Dixie Chicks).

New Artist: Carrie Underwood.

Female R&B Vocal Performance: “Be Without You,” Mary J. Blige.

Pop Vocal Album: “Continuum,” John Mayer.

Pop Collaboration With Vocals: “For Once in My Life,” Tony Bennett and Stevie Wonder.

Country Album: “Taking the Long Way,” Dixie Chicks.

Rap Album: “Release Therapy,” Ludacris.

Rock Album: “Stadium Arcadium,” Red Hot Chili Peppers.

R&B Album: “The Breakthrough,” Mary J. Blige.

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Rick Rubin.

Traditional Pop Vocal Album: “Duets: an American Classic,” Tony Bennett.

Female Pop Vocal Performance: “Ain’t No Other Man,” Christina Aguilera.

Male Pop Vocal Performance: “Waiting on the World to Change,” John Mayer.

Pop Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: “My Humps,” Black Eyed Peas.

Pop Instrumental Performance: “Mornin’,” George Benson (& Al Jarreau).

Pop Instrumental Album: “Fingerprints,” Peter Frampton.

Rock Instrumental Performance: “The Wizard Turns On … ,” the Flaming Lips.

Rock Song: “Dani California,” Flea, John Frusciante, Anthony Kiedis and Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers);

Solo Rock Vocal Performance: “Someday Baby,” Bob Dylan.

Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: “Dani California,” Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Hard Rock Performance: “Woman,” Wolfmother.

Metal Performance: “Eyes of the Insane,” Slayer.

Alternative Music Album: “St. Elsewhere,” Gnarls Barkley.

Dance Recording: “Sexy Back,” Justin Timberlake and Timbaland.

Electronic/Dance Album: “Confessions on a Dance Floor,” Madonna.

Rap Solo Performance: “What You Know,” T.I.

Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: “Ridin,” Chamillionaire featuring Krayzie Bone.

Rap/Sung Collaboration: “My Love,” Justin Timberlake featuring T.I.

Rap Song: “Money Maker,” Christopher Bridges and Pharrell Williams (Ludacris featuring Pharrell).

Urban/Alternative Performance: “Crazy,” Gnarls Barkley.

Male R&B Vocal Performance: “Heaven,” John Legend.

R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: “Family Affair,” (Sly and the Family Stone), John Legend, Joss Stone With Van Hunt.

Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: “God Bless the Child,” George Benson and Al Jarreau featuring Jill Scott.

R&B Song: “Be Without You,” Johnta Austin, Mary J. Blige, Bryan-Michael Cox and Jason Perry (Mary J. Blige).

Contemporary R&B Album: “B’Day,” Beyonce.

Traditional Blues Album: “Risin’ With the Blues,” Ike Turner.

Contemporary Blues Album: “After the Rain,” Irma Thomas.

Female Country Vocal Performance: “Jesus, Take the Wheel,” Carrie Underwood.

Male Country Vocal Performance: “The Reason Why,” Vince Gill.

Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: “Not Ready to Make Nice,” Dixie Chicks.

Country Collaboration With Vocals: “Who Says You Can’t Go Home,” Bon Jovi and Jennifer Nettles.

Country Instrumental Performance: “Whiskey Before Breakfast,” Bryan Sutton and Doc Watson.

Country Song: “Jesus, Take the Wheel,” Brett James, Hillary Lindsey and Gordie Sampson (Carrie Underwood).

Bluegrass Album: “Instrumentals,” Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder.

Contemporary Jazz Album: “The Hidden Land,” Bela Fleck and the Flecktones.

Jazz Instrumental Solo: “Some Skunk Funk,” Michael Brecker.

Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or Group: “The Ultimate Adventure,” Chick Corea.

Large Jazz Ensemble Album: “Some Skunk Funk,” Randy Brecker With Michael Brecker, Jim Beard, Will Lee, Peter Erskine, Marcio.

Jazz Vocal Album: “Turned to Blue,” Nancy Wilson.

Instrumental Composition: “A Prayer for Peace,” John Williams, composer (John Williams), from “Munich — Soundtrack.”

Instrumental Arrangement: “Three Ghouls,” Chick Corea, arranger (Chick Corea), from “The Ultimate Adventure.”

Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): “For Once in My Life,” Jorge Calandrelli, arranger (Tony Bennett and Stevie Wonder), from “Duets: an American Classic.”

Gospel Performance: “Victory,” Yolanda Adams.

Gospel Song: “Imagine Me,” Kirk Franklin (Kirk Franklin).

Rock or Rap Gospel Album: “Turn Around,” Jonny Lang.

Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: “Wherever You Are,” Third Day.

Southern, Country, or Bluegrass Gospel Album: “Glory Train,” Randy Travis.

Traditional Gospel Album: “Alive in South Africa,” Israel and New Breed.

Contemporary R&B Gospel Album: “Hero,” Kirk Franklin.

Short Form Music Video: “Here It Goes Again,” OK Go.

Long Form Music Video: “Wings for Wheels: The Making of Born to Run,” Bruce Springsteen.

Producer of the Year, Classical: Elaine Martone.

Classical Album: “Mahler: Symphony No. 7,” Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor, Andreas Neubronner, producer (San Francisco Symphony).

Orchestral Performance: “Mahler: Symphony No. 7,” Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor (San Francisco Symphony).

Opera Recording: “Golijov: Ainadamar: Fountain of Tears,” Robert Spano, conductor, Kelley O’Connor and Dawn Upshaw; Valerie Gross and Sid McLauchlan, producers (Women of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra).

Choral Performance: “Part: Da Pacem,” Paul Hillier, conductor (Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir).

Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance (with Orchestra): “Messiaen: Oiseaux Exotiques (Exotic Birds),” John McLaughlin Williams, conductor; Angelin Chang (Cleveland Chamber Symphony).

Instrumental Soloist Performance (without Orchestra): “Chopin: Nocturnes,” Maurizio Pollini.

Chamber Music Performance: “Intimate Voices,” Emerson String Quartet.

Small Ensemble Performance: “Padilla: Sun of Justice,” Peter Rutenberg, conductor (Los Angeles Chamber Singers’ Cappella).

Classical Vocal Performance: “Rilke Songs,” Lorraine Hunt Lieberson (Peter Serkin), track from Lieberson: Rilke Songs, The Six Realms, Horn Concerto.

Classical Contemporary Composition: “Golijov: Ainadamar: Fountain of Tears,” Osvaldo Golijov (Robert Spano).

Classical Crossover Album: “Simple Gifts,” Bryn Terfel (London Voices; London Symphony Orchestra).

Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: “Walk the Line,” Joaquin Phoenix and Various Artists.

Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: “Memoirs of a Geisha,” John Williams, composer.

Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: “Our Town (From Cars),” Randy Newman (James Taylor).

Musical Show Album: “Jersey Boys.”

Musical Album for Children: “Catch That Train,” Dan Zanes and Friends.

Comedy Album: “The Carnegie Hall Performance,” Lewis Black.

New Age Album: “Amarantine,” Enya.

Traditional Folk Album: “We Shall Overcome — the Seeger Sessions,” Bruce Springsteen.

Contemporary Folk/Americana Album: “Modern Times,” Bob Dylan.

Latin Pop Album (tie): “Adentro,” Arjona. “Limon Y Sal,” Julieta Venegas.

Latin Rock, Alternative or Urban Album: “Amar Es Combatir,” Mana.

Tropical Latin Album: “Directo Al Corazon,” Gilberto Santa Rosa.

Mexican/Mexican-American Album: “Historias De Mi Tierra,” Pepe Aguilar.

Tejano Album: “Sigue El Taconazo,” Chente Barrera.

Norteno Album: “Historias Que Contar,” Los Tigres Del Norte.

Banda Album: “Mas Alla Del Sol,” Joan Sebastian.

Latin Jazz Album: “Simpatico,” the Brian Lynch/Eddie Palmieri Project.

Native American Music Album: “Dance With the Wind,” Mary Youngblood.

Hawaiian Music Album: “Legends of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar — Live From Maui,” Various Artists.

Reggae Album: “Love Is My Religion,” Ziggy Marley.

Traditional World Music Album: “Blessed,” Soweto Gospel Choir.

Contemporary World Music Album: “Wonder Wheel,” the Klezmatics.

Polka Album: “Polka in Paradise,” Jimmy Sturr and His Orchestra.

Spoken Word Album for Children: “Blah Blah Blah: Stories About Clams, Swamp Monsters, Pirates and Dogs,” Bill Harley.

Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books and Story Telling). (Tie): “Our Endangered Values: America’s Moral Crisis (Jimmy Carter),” Jimmy Carter. “With Ossie and Ruby: In This Life Together (Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee),” Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee.

Recording Package: “10,000 Days,” Adam Jones, art director (Tool).

Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package: “Stadium Arcadium,” Flea, John Frusciante, Anthony Kiedis, Chad Smith and Matt Taylor, art directors (Red Hot Chili Peppers).

Album Notes: “If You Got to Ask, You Ain’t Got It!” Dan Morgenstern, album notes writer (Fats Waller).

Historical Album: “Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry 1891-1922.”

Engineered Album, Classical: “Elgar: Enigma Variations; Britten: the Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, Four Sea Interludes,” Michael Bishop, engineer (Paavo Jarvi and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra).

Engineered Album, Non-Classical: “At War With the Mystics,” the Flaming Lips and Dave Fridmann, engineers (The Flaming Lips).

Remixed Recording, Non-Classical: “Talk (Thin White Duke Mix),” Jacques Lu Cont, remixer (Coldplay).

Surround Sound Album: “Morph the Cat,” Darcy Proper, surround mastering.

Credit: AP,


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