Grammy Awards 2014 Nominees: Black Sabbath, Paul McCartney, David Bowie, More Announced

Grammy Awards will be awarded in a few weeks. Now, we can see the nominees up from best musical works in period of October 1, 2012 to September 30, 2013.

Paul_By_Mary_2The legend Paul McCartney hasn’t fainter in today’s music, as he’s nominated in four categories: Best Rock Song for ‘Cut Me Some Slack’ from Sound City – Real to Reel, Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package for the deluxe reissue of ‘Wings Over America’, and two category for ‘Live Kisses’, Best Surround Album and Best Music Film. Even, plus one on Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media, if we counted Sound City soundtrack to it.

The following are the categories in which rock acts either solo/band, and any related to them listed. For the full list of nominees, head to Billboard.

Changes: The ‘Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance’ became a stand-along category, and was renamed ‘Best Metal Performance’, while hard rock performances screened in the Best Rock Performance category. The Music Video field was renamed Best Music Video/Film field. Its two categories were renamed: Best Short Form Music Video is now Best Music Video, and Best Long Form Music Video to be Best Music Film.

General Field

Record of the Year
‘Radioactive’ by Imagine Dragons

Rock Field

Best Rock Performance
‘Always Alright’ by Alabama Shakes
‘The Stars (Are Out Tonight)’ by David Bowie
‘Radioactive’ by Imagine Dragons
‘Kashmir’ by Led Zeppelin
‘My God is the Sun’ by Queens of the Stone Age
‘I’m Shakin” by Jack White

Best Metal Performance
‘T.N.T.’ by Anthrax
‘God is Dead?’ by Black Sabbath
‘The Enemy Inside’ by Dream Theater
‘In Due Time’ Killswitch Engage
‘Room 24’ Volbeat feat. King Diamond

Best Rock Performance
‘Ain’t Messin ‘Round’ by Gary Clark Jr.
‘Cut Me Some Slack’ by Dave Grohl, Paul McCartney, Krist Novoselic, Pat Smear
‘Doom and Gloom’ by The Rolling Stones
‘God is Dead?’ by Black Sabbath
‘Panic Station’ by Muse

Best Rock Album
’13’ by Black Sabbath
‘The Next Day’ by David Bowie
‘Mechanical Bull’ by Kings of Leon
‘Celebration Day’ by Led Zeppelin
‘…Like Clockwork’ by Queens of the Stone Age
‘Psychedelic Pill’ by Neil Young with Crazy Horse

Best Rock Performance
‘Always Alright’ by Alabama Shakes
‘The Stars (Are Out Tonight)’ by David Bowie
‘Radioactive’ by Imagine Dragons
‘Kashmir’ by Led Zeppelin
‘My God is the Sun’ by Queens of the Stone Age
‘I’m Shakin” by Jack White

Alternative Field

Best Alternative Music Album
‘The Worse Things Get, The Harder I Fight, The Harder I Fight, The More I Love You’ by Neko Case
‘Trouble Will Find Me’ by The National
‘Hesitation Marks’ by Nine Inch Nails
‘Lonerism’ by Tame Impala
‘Modern Vampires of the City’ by Vampire Weekend

Music for Visual Media Field

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media
Sound City: Real to Reel

Best Song Written for Visual Media
‘Atlas’ from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire by Coldplay (Songwriters: Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland, Will Champion & Chris Martin)

Package Field

Best Recording Package
‘Metallica Through the Never’ by Metallica (Art Directors: Bruce Duckworth, Sarah Moffat & David Turner)
‘The Next Day’ by David Bowie (Art Director: Jonathan Barnbrook)

Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package
‘The Brussels Affair’ by The Rolling Stones (Art Directors: Charles Dooher & Scott Sandler)
‘The Road to Red Rocks’ [Special Edition] by Mumford & Sons (Art Director: Ross Stirling)
‘Wings Over America’ [Deluxe Edition] by Paul McCartney & Wings (Art Directors: Simon Earith & James Musgrave)

Production Field, Non-Classical

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical
‘The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here’ by Alice in Chains (Engineers: Paul Figueroa & Randy Staub; Mastering Engineer: Ted Jensen)
‘…Like Clockwork’ by Queens of the Stone Age (Engineers: Joe Barresi & Mark Rankin; Mastering Engineers: Gavin Lurssen)

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical
Rob Cavallo

Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical
‘If I Lose Myself’ by Alesso Vs. OneRepublic (Remixer: Alesso)

Surround Sound Field

Best Surround Sound Album
‘Live Kisses’ by Paul McCartney (Surround Mix Engineer: Al Schmitt; Surround Producer: Tommy LiPuma)
‘Sailing the Seas of Cheese’ [Deluxe Edition] by Primus (Surround Mix Engineers: Les Claypool & Jason Mills; Surround Mastering Engineer: Stephen Marcussen; Surround Producers: Les Claypool & Jeff Fura)

Music Video/ Film Field

Best Music Video
‘I’m Shakin” by Jack White (Video Director: Dori Oskowitz; Video Producer: Raquel Costello)

Best Music Film
‘Live 2012’ by Coldplay (Video Director: Paul Dugdale; Video Producer: Jim Parsons)
‘¡Cuatro!’ by Green Day (Video Director: Tim Wheeler; Video Producer: Tim Lynch)
‘I’m In I’m Out and I’m Gone: The Making of Get Up!’ by Ben Harper with Charlie Musselwhite (Video Director: Danny Clinch; Video Producer: Ben Harper)
‘Live Kisses’ by Paul McCartney (Video Director: Jonas Akerlund; Video Producers: Violaine Etienne, Aron Levine & Scott Rodger)
‘The Road to Red Rocks’ by Mumford & Sons (Video Directors: Nicolas Jack Davies & Frederick Scott; Video Producer: Dan Bowen)

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Who’s coming as big winner on the ceremony? We’ll see then…

The 56th annual Grammy Awards will be held for the fourteenth-time at Staples Center, Los Angeles on friday night, Jan 24th, hosted by LL Cool J, and live broadcast on CBS.

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