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Grammy Awards for 1977

By Patrick Mondout

A pair of songs from movies shared the Song of the Year award for the first time ever and each also won Oscars (in separate years due to eligibility rules that differed from the Grammys). The Eagles backed out on a performance literally at the last minute claiming they were hard at work on their next album (1979's The Long Run) in Malibu.

Continuing an unfortunate Grammy tradition of giving the Best New Artist award to the artist perceived as the most wholesome instead of the most talented or deserving, Debby Boone beat out teen idol Andy Gibb and rockers Foreigner for the award. In contrast to the previous four shows, with Stevie Wonder winning three Album of the Year awards, African-Americans were completely shut out of the major award nominations and virtually all of those nominees were either from California or their songs had ties to Hollywood movies.

Note: All nominees are listed and denotes the Grammy winner(s).
Record of the Year
  "Blue Bayou" - Linda Ronstadt
  "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" - Crystal Gayle
  "Hotel California" - Eagles
  "Love Theme from A Star Is Born (Evergreen)" - Barbra Streisand
  "You Light Up My Life" - Debby Boone
Song of the Year
  "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" - Richard Leigh
  "Hotel California" - Don Felder, Don Henley, Glenn Frey
  "Love Theme from A Star Is Born (Evergreen)" - Barbra Streisand, Paul Williams
  "Nobody Does It Better" - Marvin Hamlisch, Carole Bayer Sager
  "Southern Nights" - Allen Toussaint
  "You Light Up My Life" - Joe Brooks
Album of the Year
  Aja - Steely Dan
  Hotel California - The Eagles
  J.T. - James Taylor
  Rumours - Fleetwood Mac
  Star Wars - John Williams conducting the London Symphony
New Artist
  Stephen Bishop
  Debby Boone
  Shaun Cassidy
  Andy Gibb
Pop Male Vocalist
  Stephen Bishop - "On and On"
  Andy Gibb - "I Just Want to Be Your Everything"
  Engelbert Humperdinck - "After the Lovin'"
  Leo Sayer - "When I Need You"
  James Taylor - "Handy Man"
Pop Female Vocalist
  Debby Boone - "You Light Up My Life"
  Dolly Parton - "Here You Come Again"
  Linda Ronstadt - "Blue Bayou"
  Carly Simon - "Nobody Does It Better"
  Barbra Streisand - "Love Theme from A Star Is Born (Evergreen)"
Pop Vocal Group
  Bee Gees - "How Deep Is Your Love"
  Crosby, Stills and Nash - CSN
  Eagles - Hotel California
  Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
  Steely Dan - Aja
Best Pop Instrumental Performance
  London Symphony, John Williams, conductor - Star Wars
  Bill Conti - "Gonna Fly Now (Theme from Rocky)"
  Barry De Vorzon - "Nadia's Theme (The Young and the Restless)"
  Maynard Ferguson - "Gonna Fly Now (Theme from Rocky)"
  Meco - "Star Wars Theme/Cantina Band"
Best Rhythm & Blues Song
  "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing" - Leo Sayer, Vini Poncia
  "Best of My Love" - Maurice White, Al McKay
  "Brick House" - Milan Williams, Walter Orange, Thomas McClary, William King, Lionel Richie, Ronald LaPread
  "Don't Leave Me This Way" - Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff, Carry Gilbert
  "Easy" - Lionel Richie
Best Rhythm & Blues Vocal Performance - Male
  Lou Rawls - Unmistakably Lou
  Marvin Gaye - "Got to Give It Up (Part 1)"
  B.B. King - "It's Just a Matter of Time"
  Joe Tex - "Ain't Gonna Bump No More (With No Big Fat Woman)"
  Johnny "Guitar" Watson - "A Real Mother for Ya"
Best Rhythm & Blues Vocal Performance - Female
  Thelma Houston - "Don't Leave Me This Way"
  Natalie Cole - "I've Got Love on My Mind"
  Aretha Franklin - "Break It to Me Gently"
  Dorothy Moore - "I Believe You"
  Diana Ross - "You Love Is So Good for Me"
Best Rhythm & Blues Vocal Performance - Duo, Group or Chorus
  Emotions - "Best of My Love"
  Commodores - "Easy"
  Heatwave - "Boogie Nights"
  Gladys Knight & the Pips - "Baby Don't Change Your Mind"
  Rufus featuring Chaka Khan - Ask Rufus
Best Rhythm & Blues Instrumental Performance
  Brothers Johnson - "Q"
  Blackbyrds - "The Unfinished Business"
  Brecker Brothers - "Funky Sea, Funky Dew"
  Salsoul Orchestra - "Getaway"
  Stuff - More Stuff
Best Jazz Vocal Performance
  Al Jarreau - Look to the Rainbow
  Joao Gilberto - Amoroso
  Irene Kral - Kral Space
  Carmen McRae - Carmen McRae at the Great American Music Hall
  Helen Merrill - Helen Merrill - John Lewis
Best Jazz Instrumental Performance - Soloist
  Oscar Peterson - The Giants
  John Coltrane - Afro Blue Impressions
  Hank Jones - 'Bop Redux
  Jaco Patorius - Heavy Weather
  Phil Woods - The Phil Woods Six - Live from the Showboat
Best Jazz Instrumental Performance - Group
  Phil Woods - The Phil Woods Six - Live from the Showboat
  John Coltrane - Afro Blue Impressions
  Tommy Flanagan Trio - Eclypso
  Dexter Gordon - Homecoming, Live at the Village Vanguard
  Mel Lewis - Mel Lewis and Friends
Best Jazz Performance - Big Band
  Count Basie & His Orchestra - Prime Time
  Woody Herman - The 40th Anniversary, Carnegie Hall Concert
  North Texas State University Lab Band, Leon Breeden, director - Lab '76
  Buddy Rich - Buddy Rich Plays and Plays and Plays
  Toshiko Akiyoshi-Lew Tabackin Big Band - Road Time
Best Country & Western Song
  "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" - Richard Leigh
  "Desperado" - Glenn Frey, Don Henley
  "It Was Almost Like a Song" - Archie Jordan, Hal David
  "Lucille" - Roger Bowling, Hal Bynum
  "Luckenbach, Texas" - Bobby Emmons, Chips Moman
Best Country & Western Vocal Performance - Male
  Kenny Rogers - "Lucille"
  Larry Gatlin - "I Don't Wanna Cry"
  Waylon Jennings - "Luckenbach, Texas"
  Ronnie Milsap - "It Was Almost Like a Song"
  Jerry Jeff Walker - "Mr. Bojangles"
Best Country & Western Vocal Performance - Female
  Crystal Gayle - "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue"
  Janie Fricke - "What're You Doing Tonight"
  Emmylou Harris - "Making Believe"
  Barbara Mandrell - "After the Lovin'"
  Dolly Parton - "(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher"
Best Country & Western Performance - Duo or Group with Vocal
  Kendalls - "Heaven's Just a Sin Away"
  Asleep at the Wheel - The Wheel
  George Jones, Tammy Wynette - "Near You"
  Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty - Dynamic Duo
  Oak Ridge Boys - "Y'All Come Back Saloon"
Best Country & Western Instrumental Performance
  Hargus "Pig" Robbins - Country Instrumentalist of the Year
  Asleep at the Wheel - "Ragtime Annie"
  Chet Atkins - Me and My Guitar
  Chet Atkins, Floyd Cramer, Danny Davis - Chet, Floyd and Danny
  Jerry Reed - "West Bound and Down"
Best Gospel Performance - Contemporary or Inspirational
  Imperials - Sail On
  Reba Rambo Gardner - Reba/Lady
  Larry Hart & the Soul Singers - Hart and Soul
  Michael Omartian - Adam Again
  Gary S. Paxton - More from the Astonishing, Outrageous, Amazing, Incredible, Unbelievable Gary S. Paxton
  Evie Tornquist - Mirror
Best Gospel Performance - Traditional
  Oak Ridge Boys - "Have a Little Talk with Jesus"
  Blackwood Brothers - Bill Gaither Songs
  Cathedral Quartet - Then and Now
  LeFevres - Till He Comes
  Rambos - Naturally
  Speers - Cornerstone
Best Soul Gospel Performance - Contemporary
  Edwin Hawkisn & the Edwin Hawkins Singers - Wonderful!
  Danniebelle - He Is King
  Jessy Dixon - "Born Again"
  Larnelle Harris - More
  Mighty Clouds of Joy - "God Is Not Dead"
Best Soul Gospel Performance - Traditional
  James Cleveland - James Cleveland Live at Carnegie Hall
  James Cleveland & the Greater Metropolitan Church of Christ Choir - The Lord Is My Life
  Rev. Cleavant Derricks & Family - Satisfaction Guaranteed
  Five Blind Boys of Mississippi - "I'm Just Another Soldier"
  Savannah Choir & Rev. Isaac Douglas - Stand Up for Jesus
Best Inspirational Performance
  B.J. Thomas - Home Where I Belong
  Salome Bey, Clinton Derricks-Carroll, Sheila Ellis, Delores Hall, William Hardy Jr., Hector Jaime Mercado, Stanley Perryman, Mabel Robinson, William Thomas Jr. - Your Arm's Too Short to Box with God
  Quincy Jones, James Cleveland conducting the Wattsline Choir - "O Lord, Come By Here"
  Carol Lawrence - Tell All the World About Love
  Ray Price - How Great Thou Art
Best Ethnic or Traditional Recording
  Hard Again - Muddy Waters
  Blues Hit Big Town - Junior Wells
  Right Place, Wrong Time - Otis Rush
  Things That I Used to Do - Joe Turner
  What Happened to My Blues - Willie Dixon
Best Latin Recording
  Dawn - Mongo Santamaria
  Fire Works - Machito Orchestra with Lalo Rodriguez
  La Leyenda - Tito Puente
  Muy Amigos/Close Friends - Eydie Gorme, Danny Rivera
  Tomorrow: Barretto Live - Ray Barretto Band
Best Instrumental Arrangement
  Harry Betts, Perry Botkin Jr., Barry De Vorzon - "Nadia's Theme (The Young and the Restless)" (Barry De Vorzon)
  Chick Corea - "Musicmagic" (Return to Forever)
  Crusaders - "Free as the Wind" (Crusaders)
  Bob James - "Scheherazade" (Hubert Laws)
  Herb Spencer - "Roots Mural Theme" (Quincy Jones)
Best Instrumental Composition
  "Main Title from Star Wars" - John Williams
  "Birdland" - Joe Zawinul
  "Bond '77/James Bond Theme" - Marvin Hamlisch
  "Gonna Fly Now (Theme from Rocky)" - Bill Conti, Carol Connors, Ann Robbins
  "Roots Medley (Motherland, Roots Mural Theme)" - Quincy Jones, Gerald Fried
Best Arrangement for Voices
  Eagles - "New Kid in Town" (Eagles)
  Fleetwood Mac - "Go You Own Way" (Fleetwood Mac)
  Heatwave - "All You Do Is Dial" (Heatwave)
  Quincy Jones, James Cleveland, John Mandel - "O Lord, Come By Here" (Quincy Jones)
  Jim Seals - "Baby, I'll Give It to You" (Seals & Crofts)
Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s)
  Ian Freebairn-Smith - "Love Theme from A Star Is Born (Evergreen)" (Barbra Streisand)
  Richard Carpenter - "Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft" (Carpenters)
  Claus Ogerman - "Besame Mucho" (Joao Gilberto)
  Claus Ogerman - "Nature Boy" (George Benson)
  Seawind - "The Devil Is a Liar" (Seawind)
Best Cast Show Album
  Annie - Charles Strouse, Martin Charnin
  Guys and Dolls - Frank Loesser
  I Love My Wife - Cy Coleman, Michael Stewart
  Starting Here, Starting Now - Richard Maltby Jr., David Shire
  Your Arm's Too Short to Box with God - Micki Grant, Alex Bradford
Best Album of Original Score written for a Motion Picture or Television Special
  Star Wars - John Williams
  Rocky - Bill Conti
  The Spy Who Loved Me - Marvin Hamlisch
  A Star Is Born - Kenny Ascher, Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Rupert Holmes, Leon Russell, Barbra Streisand, Donna Weiss, Paul Williams, Kenny Loggins
  You Light Up My Life - Joe Brooks
Album of the Year - Classical
  Concert of the Century (recorded live at Carnegie Hall May 18, 1976) (solos: Leonard Bernstein, Vladimir Horowitz, Isaac Stern, Mstislav Rostropovich, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Yehudi Menuhin, Lyndon Woodside)
  Gershwin: Porgy and Bess - John De Main conducting the Houston Grand Opera Production (solos: Dale, Smith, Shakesnider, Lane, Brice, Smalls)
  Haydn: Orlando Paladino - Antal Dorati conducting the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne (solos: Auger, Ameling, Killebrew, Abnsjo, Luxon, Trimarchi, Shirley)
  Mahler: Symphony No. 9 in D Major - Carlo Maria Giulini conducting the Chicago Symphony
  Parkening and the Guitar (solo: Christopher Parkening)
  Ravel: Bolero; Debussy: La Mer and l'Apres-Midi d' un Faune - Georg Solti conducting the Chicago Symphony
Best Classical Performance - Orchestra
  Carlo Maria Giulini conducting the Chicago Symphony - Mahler: Symphony No. 9 in D Major
  Pierre Boulez conducting the New York Philharmonic - Bartok: The Wooden Prince
  Herbert von Karajan conducting the Berlin Philharmonic - Bruckner: Symphony No. 8 in C Minor
  James Levine conducting the Chicago Symphony - Mahler: Symphony No. 3 in D Minor
  Andre Previn conducting the London Symphony - Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake
  Georg Solti conducting the Chicago Symphony - Ravel: Bolero
Best Chamber Music Performance - Instrumental or Vocal
  Juilliard Quartet - Schoenberg: Quartets for Strings (Complete)
  Emanuel Ax, Cleveland Quartet - Dvorak: Quintet for Piano in A Major, Op. 81
  Pezzo Elegiaco, Vladimir Horowitz, Isaac Stern, Mstislav Rostropovich - Rachmaninov: Sonata for Cello and Piano in G Minor, Op. 19, Andante; Tchaiskovsky: Trio for Piano in A Minor, Op. 50
  Guarneri Quartet - Bartok: Quartets for Strings (6)
  David Munrow conducting the Early Music Consort of London - A Contemporary Elizabethan Concert (Dowland, Williams, Purcell, etc.)
  Prague String Quartet - Dvorak: Quartets No. 8 in E Major, Op. 80, and No. 10 in E Flat Major, Op. 51
  Ravi Shankar, Yehudi Menuhin, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Martine Geliot, Alla Rakha - Improvisations: West Meets East, Album 3
Best Classical Performance - Instrumental Soloist(s) with Orchestra
  Itzhak Perlman, violin (Perlman conducting the London Philharmonic) - Vivaldi: The Four Seasons
  Lazar Berman, piano (Abbado conducting the London Symphony) - Rachmaninov: Concerto for Piano No. 3 in D Minor
  Alfred Brendel, piano (Haitink conducting the London Philharmonic) - Beethoven: Concertos for Piano (5)
  Jacqueline Du Pre, cello (Barenboim conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra) - Elgar: Concerto for Cello, Op. 85
  Alicia de Larrocha, piano (De Burgos conducting the Royal Philharmonic) - Concertos from Spain (Surinach: Piano Concerto Montsalvage; Concerto Breve)
  Maurizio Pollini, piano (Bohm conducting the Vienna Philharmonic) - Beethoven: Concerto for Piano No. 4 in G Major
  Mstislav Rostropovich, cello (Bernstein conducting the Orchestre National de France) - Schumann: Concerto for Cello and Orchestra in A Minor; Bloch: Schelomo
  Solomon, piano (Dobrowen, conductor) - Brahms: Concerto for Piano No. 2 in B Flat Major, Op. 83
Best Classical Performance - Instrumental Soloist(s) without Orchestra
  Artur Rubinstein, piano - Beethoven: Sonata for Piano No. 18 in E Flat Major, Op. 31, No. 3; Schumann: Fantasiestucke, Op. 12
  Daniel Adni, piano - Grainger: Piano Music of Percy Grainger
  Michel Beroff, piano - Messiaen: 20 Regards de l'Enfant Jesus
  Alicia de Larrocha, piano - Granados: Goyescas
  Glenn Gould, piano - Bach: The English Suites (Complete)
  Igor Kipnis, harpsichord - Bach: Partitas for Harpsichord No. 1 in B Flat Major and No. 2 in C Minor
  Itzhak Perlman, violin - Itzhak Perlman Plays Fritz Kreisler: Album 2
Best Opera Recording
  Gershwin: Porgy and Bess - John De Main conducting the Houston Grand Opera Production (solos: Albert, Dale, Smith, Shakesnider, Lane, Brice, Smalls)
  Haydn: Orlando Paladino - Antal Dorati conducting the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne (solos: Auger, Ameling, Killbrew, Ahnsjo, Luxon, Shirley, Trimarchi)
  Janacek: Katya Kabanova - Charles Mackerras conducting the Vienna Philharmonic (solos: Soderstrom, Kniplova)
  Mussorgsky: Boris Godunov - Jerzy Semkow conducting the Polish National Raido Symphony Orchestra and Chorus (solos: Talvela, Gedda)
  Puccini: Tosca - Colin Davis conducting the Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden (solos: Caballe, Carreras, Wixell, Ramey)
  Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg - Eugen Jochum conducting the Deutsche Oper Berlin Orchestra and Chorus (solos: Fischer-Dieskau, Domingo, Ludwig, Ligendza)
  Wagner: The Flying Dutchman - Georg Solti conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus (solos: Bailey, Martin, Talvela, Kollo, Krenn, Jones)
  Weill: Threepenny Opera - Stanley Silverman conducting the original cast of the New York Shakespeare Festival (solos: Julia, Alexander, Greene)
Best Classical Performance - Choral
  Georg Solti, conductor, Margaret Hillis, choral director - Chicago Symphony Chorus and Orchestra - Verdi: Requiem
  Serge Baudo conducting the Stephen Caillat Chorus and Orchestre de Paris - Roussel: Psalm 80 , for tenor, chorus and orchestra
  Colin Davis conducting the John Alldis Choir; London Symphony - Berlioz: L'Enfance du Christ
  Rafael Kubelik conducting the Chorus of Bavarian Radio and Bavarian Radio Symphony - Dvorak: Stabat Mater
  Philip Ledger conducting the King's College Choir, Cambridge; Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields - Purcell: Funeral Music for Queen Mary
  Herbert von Karajan conducting the Vienna Singverein; Berlin Philharmonic - Bruckner: Te Deum
  David Willcocks conducting the King's College Choir, Cambridge; Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields - Britten: Saint Nicholas
Best Classical Performance - Vocal Soloist
  Janet Baker (Marriner conducting the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields) - Bach: Arias
  Elly Amcling (de Waart conducting the Rotterdam Philharmonic) - Schubert on Stage
  Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (Ponti, accompanist) - Ives: Songs
  Donald Gramm (Hassard, accompanist) - But Yesterday Is Not Today (songs by Barber, Bowles, Copland, Chanler, etc.)
  Luciano Pavarotti (Adler conducting the National Philharmonic) - Luciano Pavarotti - O Holy Night ("O Holy Night", "Sanctus", "Ave Maria", etc)
  Elisabeth Soderstrom (Ashkenazy, accompanist) - Rachmaninov: Songs, Vol. 2
  Frederica von Stade (de Waart conducting the Rotterdam Philharmonic) - Rossini/Mozart: Opera Arias
  Gerard Souzay (Baldwin, accompanist) - Faure: Songs (Complete)
  Galina Vishnevskaya, soprano, Mark Reshetin, bass (Rostropovich conducting the Moscow Philharmonic) - Shostakovich: Symphony No. 14
Best Engineered Recording - Classical
  Kenneth Wilkinson - Ravel: Bolero (Solti conducting the Chicago Symphony)
  Paul Goodman, Anthony Salvatore - Gershwin: Porgy and Bess (De Main conducting the Houston Grand Opera)
  Bud Graham, Ray Moore, Milt Cherin - Bartok: The Wooden Prince (Boulez conducting the New York Philharmonic)
  Klaus Scheibe - Mahler: Symphony No. 9 in D Major (Giulini conducting the Chicago Symphony)
  Heinz Wildhagen - Mahler: Symphony No. 2 in C Minor ("Resurrection") (Abbado conducting the Chicago Symphony)
  S.J.W. Witteveen, Dick van Dijk - Berlioz: L'Enfance du Christ (Davis conducting the London Symphony)
Best Spoken Word, Documentary or Drama Recording
  The Belle of Amherst - Julie Harris
  Alex Haley Tells the Story of His Search for Roots - Alex Haley
  For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf - original cast, Ntozake Shange, writer
  J.R.R. Tolkien: The Silmarillion of Beren and Luthien - read by Christopher Tolkien
  The Truman Tapes - Harry Truman speaking with Ben Gradus
Best Comedy Recording
  Let's Get Small - Steve Martin
  Are You Serious??? - Richard Pryor
  The Ernie Kovacs Album - Ernie Kovacs
  On the Road - George Carlin
  Saturday Night Live - NBC's Saturday Night Live cast
Best Recording for Children
  Aren't You Glad You're You - Sesame Street cast & Muppets
  A Charlie Brown Christmas - various (written by Charles M. Schulz)
  Dope! The Dope King's Last Stand - various artists (Lily Tomlin, Muhammad Ali, Jimmy Carter, etc)
  Russell Hoban: The Mouse and His Child - read by Peter Ustinov
  The Sesame Street Fairy Tale Album - Jim Henson's Muppets
Best Engineered Recording
  Roger Nichols, Elliot Scheiner, Bill Schnee, Al Schmitt - Aja (Steely Dan)
  Ken Caillat, Richard Dashut - Rumours (Fleetwood Mac)
  Val Garay - Simple Dreams (Linda Ronstadt)
  Val Garay - J T (James Taylor)
  Bill Schnee - Discovered Again! (Dave Grusin)
Best Album Package
  John Berg - Love Notes (Ramsey Lewis)
  Glen Christensen - Hejira (Joni Mitchell)
  Kosh - Simple Dreams (Linda Ronstadt)
  Kosh - Singin' (Melissa Manchester)
  MPL/Hipgnosis - Wings over America (Paul McCartney & Wings)
  Paula Scher - Ginseng Woman (Eric Gale)
  Paula Scher - Yardbirds Favorites (Yardbirds)
  Abie Sussman, Bob Defrin - Color As a Way of Life (Lou Donaldson)
Best Album Notes
  George T. Simon - Bing Crosby: A Legendary Performer
  Chris Albertson - Stormy Blues (Billie Holiday)
  Michael Brooks - The Lester Young Story, Vol. 1
  George T. Simon - Guy Lombardo: A Legendary Performer
  Patrick Snyder - Jefferson Airplane - Flight Log (Jefferson Airplane)
Producer of the Year
  Peter Asher
  Bee Gees, Albhy Galuten, Karl Richardson
  Kenneth Gamble & Leon Huff
  Richard Perry
  Bill Szymczyk
Hall of Fame
  "Bach-Stokowski: Toccata & Fugue in D Minor" - Leopold Stokowski conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra (1927)
  The Genius of Art Tatum, Vols. 1-13 - Art Tatum (1954-55)
  I Can Hear It Now, Vols. 1-3 - Edward R. Murrow (1948-50)
  "My Blue Heaven" - Gene Austin (1928)
  "Strange Fruit" - Billie Holiday (1939)




Album of the Year: Rumours by Fleetwood Mac

What: 20th Annual Grammy Awards

Date: February 23, 1978

Where: Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles

Network: CBS

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