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2005 Grammy Award Winners

The late Ray Charles was the dominant talent at the 47th annual Grammy Awards. His duets album "Genius Loves Company" won a leading eight awards, including album of the year and best pop album. Other multiple winners at the ceremony in Los Angeles included Alicia Keys and Usher. Here's a complete list of winners:

Album of the Year: "Genius Loves Company," Ray Charles and various artists.

Record of the Year: "Here We Go Again," Ray Charles and Norah Jones.

Song of the Year: "Daughters," John Mayer.

Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal: "Vertigo," U2.

Country Album: "Van Lear Rose," Loretta Lynn.

Rap Album: "The College Dropout," Kanye West.

R&B Album: "The Diary of Alicia Keys," Alicia Keys.

New Artist: Maroon 5.

Rock Album: "American Idiot," Green Day.

Pop Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: "Heaven," Los Lonely Boys.

Male R&B Vocal Performance: "Call My Name," Prince.

Engineered Album, Classical: "Higdon: City Scape; Concerto for Orchestra," Jack Renner, engineer (Robert Spano).

Producer of the Year, Classical: David Frost.

Classical Album: "Adams: On the Transmigration of Souls," Lorin Maazel, conductor; John Adams and Lawrence Rock, producers.

Orchestral Performance: "Adams: On the Transmigration of Souls," Lorin Maazel, conductor; John Adams and Lawrence Rock, producers.

Opera Recording: "Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro," Rene Jacobs, conductor; Patrizia Ciofi, Veronique Gens, Simon Keenlyside, Angelika Kirchschlager and Lorenzo Regazzo; Martin Sauer, producer (Various Artists; Concerto Koln).

Choral Performance: "Berlioz: Requiem," Robert Spano, conductor; Norman Mackenzie, choir director (Frank Lopardo, tenor; Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus; Atlanta Symphony Orchestra).

Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance (with Orchestra): "Previn: Violin Concerto `Anne-Sophie'/Bernstein: Serenade," Andre Previn, conductor; Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin (Boston Symphony Orchestra and London Symphony Orchestra).

Instrumental Soloist Performance (without Orchestra): "Aire Latino (Morel, Villa-Lobos, Ponce, etc.)," David Russell, guitar.

Chamber Music Performance: "Prokofiev (Arr. Pletnev): Cinderella - Suite for Two Pianos/Ravel: Ma Mere L'Oye," Martha Argerich, piano and Mikhail Pletnev, piano.

Small Ensemble Performance (with or without conductor): "Carlos Chavez - Complete Chamber Music, Vol. 2," Jeff von der Schmidt, conductor; Southwest Chamber Music.

Classical Vocal Performance: "Ives: Songs (The Things Our Fathers Loved; the Housatonic at Stockbridge, etc.)," Susan Graham, mezzo soprano.

Classical Contemporary Composition: "Adams: On the Transmigration of Souls," John Adams (Lorin Maazel; Brooklyn Youth Chorus and New York Choral Artists; New York Philharmonic).

Classical Crossover Album: "LAGQ's Guitar Heroes," Los Angeles Guitar Quartet.

Traditional Folk Album: "Beautiful Dreamer - The Songs of Stephen Foster," Various Artists.

Contemporary Folk Album: "The Revolution Starts ... Now," Steve Earle.

Native American Music Album: "Cedar Dream Songs," Bill Miller.

Hawaiian Music Album: "Slack Key Guitar Volume 2," Various Artists.

Reggae Album: "True Love," Toots and The Maytals.

Traditional World Music Album: "Raise Your Spirit Higher," Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

Contemporary World Music Album: "Egypt," Youssou N'Dour.

Polka Album: "Let's Kiss: 25th Anniversary Album," Brave Combo.

Musical Album for Children: "cELLAbration! A Tribute to Ella Jenkins," Various Artists.

Spoken Word Album for Children: "The Train They Call The City of New Orleans," Tom Chapin.

Spoken Word Album: "My Life," Bill Clinton.

Comedy Album: "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Presents ... America: A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction," Jon Stewart and the Cast of "The Daily Show."

Musical Show Album: "Wicked."

Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: "Garden State," Various Artists.

Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King," Howard Shore, composer.

Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: "Into the West," Annie Lennox, Howard Shore and Fran Walsh, songwriters, track from "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King."

Instrumental Composition: "Merengue," Paquito D'Rivera, composer (Yo-Yo Ma), from "Obrigado Brazil - Live in Concert."

Instrumental Arrangement: "Past Present and Future," Slide Hampton, arranger (The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra), from "The Way - Music of Slide Hampton."

Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): "Over the Rainbow," Victor Vanacore, arranger (Ray Charles & Johnny Mathis), from "Genius Loves Company."

Recording Package: "A Ghost Is Born," Peter Buchanan-Smith and Dan Nadel, art directors (Wilco).

Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package: "Once in a Lifetime," Stefan Sagmeister, art director (Talking Heads).

Album Notes: "The Complete Columbia Recordings of Woody Herman and His Orchestra and Woodchoppers (1945-1947)," Loren Schoenberg, album notes writer (Woody Herman and His Orchestra).

Historical Album: "Night Train to Nashville: Music City Rhythm and Blues, 1945-1970," Daniel Cooper and Michael Gray, compilation producers.

Best Engineered Album, non-classical: "Genius Loves Company."

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: John Shanks.

Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical: Jacques Lu Cont, "It's My Life (Jacques Lu Cont's Thin White Duke Mix)."

Best Surround Sound Album: "Genius Loves Company."

Latin Pop Album: "Amar Sin Mentiras," Marc Anthony.

Latin Rock/Alternative Album: Ozomatli.

Traditional Tropical Latin Album: "Ahora Si!" Israel Lopez "Cachao."

Salsa/Merengue Album: "Across 110th Street," Spanish Harlem Orchestra featuring Ruben Blades.

Mexican/Mexican-American Album: "Intimamente," Intocable.

Tejano Album: "Polkas, Gritos y Acordeones," David Lee Garza, Joel Guzman and Sunny Sauceda.

Short Form Music Video: "Vertigo," U2.

Long Form Music Video: "Concert for George," Various Artists.

Gospel Performance: "Heaven Help Us All," Ray Charles and Gladys Knight.

Rock Gospel Album: "Wire," Third Day.

Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: "All Things New," Steven Curtis Chapman.

Southern, Country, or Bluegrass Gospel Album: "Worship and Faith," Randy Travis.

Traditional Soul Gospel Album: "There Will Be a Light," Ben Harper and The Blind Boys of Alabama.

Contemporary Soul Gospel Album: "Nothing Without You," Smokie Norful.

Gospel Choir or Chorus Album: "Live ... This is Your House," The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir.

Traditional Blues Album: "Blues to the Bone," Etta James.

Contemporary Blues Album: "Keep It Simple," Keb' Mo'.

New Age Album: "Returning," Will Ackerman.

Contemporary Jazz Album: "Unspeakable," Bill Frisell.

Jazz Vocal Album: "R.S.V.P. (Rare Songs, Very Personal)," Nancy Wilson.

Jazz Instrumental Solo: "Speak Like a Child," Herbie Hancock.

Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or Group: "Illuminations," McCoy Tyner with Gary Bartz, Terence Blanchard, Christian McBride and Lewis Nash.

Large Jazz Ensemble Album: "Concert in the Garden," Maria Schneider Orchestra.

Latin Jazz Album: "Land of the Sun," Charlie Haden.

Female Country Vocal Performance: "Redneck Woman," Gretchen Wilson.

Male Country Vocal Performance: "Live Like You Were Dying," Tim McGraw.

Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: "Top of the World," Dixie Chicks.

Country Collaboration With Vocals: "Portland Oregon," Loretta Lynn and Jack White.

Country Instrumental Performance: "Earl's Breakdown," Nitty Gritty Dirt Band featuring Earl Scruggs, Randy Scruggs, Vassar Clements and Jerry Douglas.

Country Song: "Live Like You Were Dying," Tim Nichols and Craig Wiseman (Tim McGraw).

Bluegrass Album: "Brand New Strings," Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder.

Female R&B Vocal Performance: "If I Ain't Got You," Alicia Keys.

R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: "My Boo," Usher and Alicia Keys.

Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: "Musicology," Prince.

Urban/Alternative Performance: "Cross My Mind," Jill Scott.

R&B Song: "You Don't Know My Name," Alicia Keys, Harold Lilly and Kanye West (Alicia Keys).

Contemporary R&B Album: "Confessions," Usher.

Rap Solo Performance: "99 Problems," Jay-Z.

Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: "Let's Get It Started," The Black Eyed Peas.

Rap/Sung Collaboration: "Yeah!" Usher featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris.

Rap Song: "Jesus Walks," Miri Ben Ari, C. Smith and Kanye West (Kanye West).

Female Pop Vocal Performance: "Sunrise," Norah Jones.

Male Pop Vocal Performance: "Daughters," John Mayer.

Pop Collaboration With Vocals: "Here We Go Again," Ray Charles and Norah Jones.

Pop Instrumental Performance: "11th Commandment," Ben Harper.

Pop Instrumental Album: "Henry Mancini: Pink Guitar," Various Artists.

Pop Vocal Album: "Genius Loves Company," Ray Charles and Various Artists.

Traditional Pop Vocal Album: "Stardust ... The Great American Songbook Volume III," Rod Stewart.

Dance Recording: "Toxic," Britney Spears.

Electronic/Dance Album: "Kish Kash," Basement Jaxx.

Alternative Music Album: "A Ghost Is Born," Wilco.

Solo Rock Vocal Performance: "Code of Silence," Bruce Springsteen.

Hard Rock Performance: "Slither," Velvet Revolver.

Metal Performance: "Whiplash," Motorhead.

Rock Instrumental Performance: "Mrs. O'Leary's Cow," Brian Wilson.

Rock Song: "Vertigo," Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge and Larry Mullen (U2).

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