Grammy Nominees 2007

Grammy Nominees 2007

     
 

The Grammys are never the best indication of what was important in a year in music, or even necessarily what was truly popular, but they can be useful in gauging some of the trends, styles, and sounds for a given year. This roundup of nominated songs for the 2007 Grammys -- sure to be followed by a collection of winners -- is better than most of its kind, and better…  See more details below

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The Grammys are never the best indication of what was important in a year in music, or even necessarily what was truly popular, but they can be useful in gauging some of the trends, styles, and sounds for a given year. This roundup of nominated songs for the 2007 Grammys -- sure to be followed by a collection of winners -- is better than most of its kind, and better than most of the Grammy albums, too, in capturing the feel of the year. Perhaps it's chronicling a year where things were getting so fractured that only the mainstream provided a consensus. 2007 Grammy Nominees is not only better than most previous Grammy comps, it's in fact better than almost any NOW comp of 2006, because it does round up all the big hits of the year onto one handy 23-track sampler. There's Gnarls Barkley's ubiquitous "Crazy," John Mayer's soulful almost-protest "Waiting on the World to Change," Justin Timberlake hamming it up on "SexyBack," Carrie Underwood's smash "Jesus Take the Wheel," James Blunt's prom-rock anthem "You're Beautiful," Daniel Powter's American Idol anthem "Bad Day," KT Tunstall's "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree," best new artist Corinne Bailey Rae singing a song you didn't realize you knew, the Dixie Chicks coming back yet still "Not Ready to Make Nice," Pink striking a blow against "Stupid Girls" without many caring, Christina Aguilera tearing it up with "Ain't No Other Man," Red Hot Chili Peppers rewriting Tom Petty's "Mary Jane's Last Dance" on "Dani California," and the Black Eyed Peas irritating one and all with Fergie's lovely lady lumps. There are a few left-of-center choices, whether it's veteran Paul McCartney's lovely "Jenny Wren" or Imogen Heap (nominated for best new artist a decade after her major-label debut on Almo Sounds!), which enhance this collection and help make it a pretty good portrait of the sound of 2006 and certainly a good way to get the year's biggest songs.

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Product Details

Release Date:
01/23/2007
Label:
Strategic Marketing
UPC:
0886970382724
catalogNumber:
703827

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Album Credits

Technical Credits

Paul McCartney   Composer
Franne Golde   Composer
David Payton   Composer
John Beck   Composer
Mary J. Blige   Composer
Buddy Buie   Composer
Ron Fair   Producer
Flea   Composer
Mitchell Froom   Producer
John Frusciante   Composer
Richard Hughes   Composer
Anthony Kiedis   Composer
Tom Rothrock   Producer
Rick Rubin   Producer
Chad Smith   Composer
Dan Wilson   Composer
Kara DioGuardi   Composer
Nigel Godrich   Producer
Brett James   Composer
Danielle Brisebois   Composer,Producer
Billy Mann   Producer
Timbaland   Composer,Producer
Charles Roane   Composer,Producer
Robin Lynch   Composer
Harold Beatty   Composer
Robert Tanimoto   Art Direction
Imogen Heap   Composer,Producer
Billy Man   Composer
Amanda Ghost   Composer
Natalie Maines   Composer
will.i.am   Producer
Johnta Austin   Composer
Christina Aguilera   Composer
Pink   Composer
Steve Jordan   Producer
Justin Timberlake   Composer,Producer
Emily Robison   Composer
Andy Green   Producer
John Mayer   Composer,Producer
Sacha Skarbek   Composer
Mike Flynn   Producer
Tal Herzberg   Producer
Wayne Rodrigues   Composer,Producer
Chris Walla   Producer
Ben Gibbard   Composer
Jason Perry   Composer
Jeff Dawson   Producer
Bryan-Michael Cox   Producer
Hillary Lindsey   Composer
Martie Maguire   Composer
Keane   Producer
Kasia Livingston   Composer
John Legend   Producer
Tom Chaplin   Composer
Natasha Bedingfield   Composer
Nathaniel "Danjahandz" Hills   Producer
James Blunt   Composer
KT Tunstall   Composer
Daniel Powter   Composer
Corinne Bailey Rae   Composer
Niklas Olovson   Composer
Isaac Slade   Composer
Joe King   Composer
Steve Chrisanthou   Composer,Producer
DJ Premiere   Producer
Aaron Johnson   Producer
Leslie Lewis   Producer
William Adams   Composer

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