When Michael Jackson got nominated 13 times and awarded 8 times for THRILLER , who got the rest 5 awards?
What were his nominations for (best song, album, singer, comeback, etc) and out of the 13 nominations, there were 5 that he didnt win...to whom did they go to and what album/cd/song?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Grammy Awards of 1984
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The 26th Grammy Awards were held in 1984, and were broadcast live on American television. They recognized accomplishments by musicians from the year 1983. Michael Jackson won a record 8 awards during the show. To this day, his record of the most grammy awards won in a single night still stands, though others have since equalled.
* Record of the Year
Quincy Jones (producer) & Michael Jackson (producer & artist) for "Beat It"
* Album of the Year
Quincy Jones (producer) & Michael Jackson (producer & artist) for Thriller
* Song of the Year
Sting (songwriter) for "Every Breath You Take" performed by The Police
* Best New Artist
* Best Traditional Blues Recording
B. B. King for Blues 'n Jazz
* Best Recording for Children
Quincy Jones (producer) & Michael Jackson for E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
* Best Orchestral Recording
James Mallinson (producer), Georg Solti (conductor) & the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for Mahler: Symphony No. 9 in D
* Best Classical Vocal Soloist Performance
James Levine (conductor), Marilyn Horne, Leontyne Price & the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra for Leontyne Price & Marilyn Horne in Concert at the Met
* Best Opera Recording
Christopher Raeburn (producer), Georg Solti (conductor), Thomas Allen, Kiri Te Kanawa, Kurt Moll, Lucia Popp, Samuel Ramey, Frederica von Stade & the London Philharmonic for Mozart: Le Nozzi di Figaro
Jay David Saks, Max Wilcox (producers), James Levine (conductor), Plácido Domingo, Cornell MacNeil, Teresa Stratas, & the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra for Verdi: La Traviata
* Best Choral Performance (other than opera)
Georg Solti (conductor), Margaret Hillis (choir director) & the Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Chorus for Haydn: The Creation
* Best Classical Performance - Instrumental Soloist or Soloists (with orchestra)
Raymond Leppard (conductor), Wynton Marsalis & the National Philharmonic Orchestra for Haydn: Trumpet Concerto in E Flat/L. Mozart: Trumpet Concerto In D/Hummel: Trumpet Concerto in E Flat
* Best Classical Performance - Instrumental Soloist or Soloists (without orchestra)
Glenn Gould for Beethoven: Piano Sonatas Nos. 12 & 13
* Best Chamber Music Performance
Mstislav Rostropovich & Rudolf Serkin for Brahms: Sonata for Cello and Piano in E Minor, Op. 38 and Sonata in F, Op. 99
* Best Classical Album
James Mallinson (producer), Georg Solti (conducytor) & the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for Mahler: Symphony No. 9 in D
* Best Comedy Recording
Eddie Murphy for Eddie Murphy: Comedian
 Composing and arranging
* Best Instrumental Composition
Giorgio Moroder (composer) for "Love Theme From Flashdance" performed by various artists
* Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or A Television Special
Michael Boddicker, Irene Cara, Kim Carnes, Douglas Cotler, Keith Forsey, Richard Gilbert, Jerry Hey, Duane Hitchings, Craig Krampf, Ronald Magness, Dennis Matkosky, Giorgio Moroder, Phil Ramone, Michael Sembello, Shandi Sinnamon (composers) for Flashdance performed by various artists
* Best Arrangement on an Instrumental
Dave Grusin (arranger) for "Summer Sketches '82"
* Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s)
Nelson Riddle (arranger) for "What's New" performed by Linda Ronstadt
* Best Vocal Arrangement for Two or More Voices
Arif Mardin & Chaka Khan (arrangers) for "Be Bop Medley" performed by Chaka Khan
* Best Country Vocal Performance, Female
Anne Murray for "A Little Good News"
* Best Country Vocal Performance, Male
Lee Greenwood for "I.O.U."
* Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
Alabama for The Closer You Get...
* Best Country Instrumental Performance
New South for "Fireball"
* Best Country Song
Mike Reid (songwriter) for "Stranger in My House" performed by Ronnie Milsap
* Best Ethnic or Traditional Folk Recording
Clifton Chenier for I'm Here performed by Clifton Chenier & His Red Hot Louisiana Band
* Best Gospel Performance, Female
Amy Grant for "Ageless Medley"
* Best Gospel Performance, Male
Russ Taff for Walls of Glass
* Best Gospel Performance by a Duo or Group
Larnelle Harris & Sandi Patti for "More Than Wonderful"
* Best Soul Gospel Performance, Female
Sandra Crouch for We Sing Praises
* Best Soul Gospel Performance, Male
Al Green for I'll Rise Again
* Best Soul Gospel Performance by a Duo or Group
Barbara Mandrell & Bobby Jones for "I'm So Glad I'm Standing Here Today"
* Best Inspirational Performance
Donna Summer for "He's a Rebel"
* Best Historical Album
Allan Steckler & Stanley Walker (producers) for The Greatest Recordings of Arturo Toscanini - Symphonies, Vol. I
* Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Female
Ella Fitzgerald for The Best Is Yet to Come
* Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Male
Mel Tormé for Top Drawer
* Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Duo or Group
The Manhattan Transfer for "Why Not!"
* Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Soloist
Wynton Marsalis for Think of One
* Best Instrumental Jazz Performance, Group
Phil Woods for At the Vanguard performed by the Phil Woods Quartet
* Best Instrumental Jazz Performance, Big Band
Rob McConnell for All in Good Time performed by Rob McConnell & the Boss Brass
* Best Jazz Fusion Performance, Vocal or Instrumental
Pat Metheny Group for Travels
* Best Latin Pop Performance
Jose Feliciano for Me Enamore
* Best Tropical Latin Performance
Tito Puente for On Broadway performed by Tito Puente & His Latin Ensemble
* Best Mexican-American Performance
Los Lobos for "Anselma"
* Best Cast Show Album
Andrew Lloyd Webber (producer) & the original Broadway cast for Cats (Complete Original Broadway Cast Recording)
* Best Video, Short Form
Duran Duran for "Girls on Film/Hungry Like the Wolf"
* Best Video Album
Duran Duran for Duran Duran
 Packaging and Notes
* Best Album Package
Robert Rauschenberg (art director) for Speaking in Tongues performed by Talking Heads
* Best Album Notes
Orrin Keepnews (notes writer) for The Interplay Sessions performed by Bill Evans
* Best Vocal Performance, Female
rene Cara for "Flashdance - What a Feeling"
* Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male
Michael Jackson for Thriller
* Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
The Police for "Every Breath You Take"
* Best Pop Instrumental Performance
George Benson for "Being With You"
Production and engineering
* Best Engineered Recording, Non-Classical
Bruce Swedien (engineer) for Thriller performed by Michael Jackson
* Best Engineered Recording, Classical
ames Lock (engineer), Georg Solti (conductor) & the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for Mahler: Symphony No. 9 in D
* Producer of the Year (Non-Classical)
Michael Jackson & Quincy Jones
* Classical Producer of the Year
Marc Aubort & Joanna Nickrenz
* Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female
Chaka Khan for Chaka Khan
* Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
Michael Jackson for "Billie Jean"
* Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
Chaka Khan & Rufus for "Ain't Nobody"
* Best R&B Instrumental Performance
Herbie Hancock for "Rockit"
* Best Rhythm & Blues Song
Michael Jackson (songwriter) for "Billie Jean"
* Best Rock Vocal Performance, Female
Pat Benatar for "Love Is a Battlefield"
* Best Rock Vocal Performance, Male
Michael Jackson for "Beat It"
* Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
The Police for Synchronicity
* Best Rock Instrumental Performance
Sting for "Brimstone and Treacle"
* Best Spoken Word or Non-musical Recording
William Warfield for Copland: A Lincoln Portrait
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Look up the 1983 Grammy Awards and the American Music Awards. I believe he won nine Grammy Awards that year.