Here is a complete list of winners at Wednesday night's 31st annual Grammy Awards.

++1. RECORD OF THE YEAR: "Don't Worry, Be Happy," Bobby McFerrin.

2. ALBUM OF THE YEAR: "Faith," George Michael.

3. SONG OF THE YEAR: "Don't Worry, Be Happy," Bobby McFerrin.

4. NEW ARTIST: Tracy Chapman.

5. POP VOCAL, FEMALE: "Fast Car," Tracy Chapman.

6. POP VOCAL, MALE: "Don't Worry, Be Happy," Bobby McFerrin.

7. POP VOCAL, DUO OR GROUP: "Brasil," Manhattan Transfer.

8. POP INSTRUMENTAL: "Close Up," David Sanborn.

9. ROCK VOCAL, FEMALE: "Tina Live in Europe," Tina Turner.

10. ROCK VOCAL, MALE: "Simply Irresistible," Robert Palmer.

11. ROCK VOCAL, DUO OR GROUP: "Desire," U2.

12. ROCK INSTRUMENTAL: "Blues for Salvador," Carlos Santana.

13. HARD ROCK-METAL VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL: "Crest of a Knave," Jethro Tull.

14. R&B VOCAL, FEMALE: "Giving You the Best that I Got," Anita Baker.

15. R&B VOCAL, MALE: "Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent D'Arby," Terence Trent D'Arby.

16. R&B VOCAL, DUO OR GROUP: "Love Overboard," Gladys Knight & the Pips.

17. R&B INSTRUMENTAL: "Light Years," Chick Corea.

18. R&B SONG: "Giving You the Best That I Got," Anita Baker.

19. RAP: "Parents Just Don't Understand," D.J. Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince.

20. NEW AGE: "Folksongs for a Nuclear Village," Shadowfax.

21. JAZZ FUSION: "Politics," Yellowjackets.

22. JAZZ VOCAL, FEMALE: "Look What I Got!" Betty Carter.

23. JAZZ VOCAL, MALE: "Brothers," Bobby McFerrin.

24. JAZZ VOCAL PERFORMANCE, DUO OR GROUP: "Spread Love," Take 6.

25. JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL, SOLOIST: "Don't Try this at Home," Michael Brecker.

26. JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL, GROUP: "Blues for Coltrane; A Tribute to John Coltrane," McCoy Tyner, Pharoah Sanders, David Murray, Cecil McBee and Roy Haynes.

27. JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL, BIG BAND: "Bud & Bird," Gil Evans and The Monday Night Orchestra.

28. COUNTRY VOCAL, FEMALE: "Hold Me," K.T. Oslin.

29. COUNTRY VOCAL, MALE: "Old 8 X 10," Randy Travis.

30. COUNTRY VOCAL, DUO OR GROUP: "Give a Little Love," The Judds.

31. COUNTRY VOCAL COLLABORATION: "Crying," Roy Orbison and k.d. lang.

32. COUNTRY INSTRUMENTAL, ORCHESTRA, GROUP OR SOLOIST: "Sugarfoot Rag," Asleep at the Wheel.

33. BLUEGRASS RECORDING, VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL: "Southern Flavor," Bill Monroe.

34. COUNTRY SONG: "Hold Me," K.T. Oslin.

35. GOSPEL, FEMALE: "Lead Me On," Amy Grant.

36. GOSPEL, MALE: "Christmas," Larnelle Harris.

37. GOSPEL, DUO, GROUP, CHOIR OR CHORUS: "The Winans Live at Carnegie Hall," The Winans.

38. SOUL GOSPEL, FEMALE: "One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism," Aretha Franklin.

39. SOUL GOSPEL, MALE: "Abundant Life," BeBe Winans.

40. SOUL GOSPEL, DUO OR GROUP: "Take Six," Take 6.

41. LATIN POP: "Roberto Carlos," Roberto Carlos.

42. TROPICAL LATIN: "Antecedente," Ruben Blades y Son Del Solar.

43. MEXICAN-AMERICAN: "Canciones de Mi Padre," Linda Ronstadt.

44. TRADITIONAL BLUES: "Hidden Charms," Willie Dixon.

45. CONTEMPORARY BLUES: "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark," The Robert Cray Band.

46. TRADITIONAL FOLK: "Folkways: A Vision Shared - A Tribute to Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly," Various Artists.

47. CONTEMPORARY FOLK: "Tracy Chapman," Tracy Chapman.

48. POLKA: "Born to Polka," Jimmy Sturr & his Orchestra.

49. REGGAE: "Conscious Party" (album), Ziggy Marley and The Melody Makers.

50. RECORDING FOR CHILDREN: "Pecos Bill," Robin Williams, narrator.

51. COMEDY: "Good Morning, Vietnam," Robin Williams.

52. SPOKEN WORD OR NON-MUSICAL: "Speech by the Rev. Jesse Jackson," the Rev. Jesse Jackson.

53. MUSICAL CAST SHOW ALBUM: "Into The Woods."

54. INSTRUMENTAL COMPOSITION: "The Theme from `L.A. Law,' " Mike Post.

55. ORIGINAL INSTRUMENTAL BACKGROUND SCORE: "The Last Emperor."

56. SONG WRITTEN SPECIFICALLY FOR A MOTION PICTURE OR TELEVISION: "Two Hearts," by Phil Collins.

57. MUSIC VIDEO: "Where the Streets Have No Name," U2.

58. CONCEPT MUSIC VIDEO: "I'm Fat," "Weird Al" Yankovik.

59. ARRANGEMENT ON AN INSTRUMENTAL: "Memos from Paradise," Eddie Daniels.

60. INSTRUMENTAL ARRANGEMENT, ACCOMPANYING VOCAL: "No One Is Alone," Cleo Laine.

61. ALBUM PACKAGE: "Tired of the Runnin'," O'Kanes.

62. ALBUM NOTES: "Crossroads," Eric Clapton.

63. HISTORICAL ALBUM: "Crossroads," Eric Clapton.

64. ENGINEERED RECORDING (Non-Classical): "Roll With It" (album), Steve Winwood.

65. PRODUCER OF THE YEAR (Non-Classical): Neil Dorfsman.

66. CLASSICAL ALBUM: "Verdi: Requiem & Operatic Choruses," Robert Shaw conducting the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.

67. ORCHESTRAL RECORDING: "Rorem: String Symphony, Sunday Morning and Eagles," Robert Shaw, conductor, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

68. OPERA RECORDING: "Wagner: Lohengrin," Sir Georg Solti conducting Vienna State Opera Choir and Vienna Philharmonic.

69. CHORAL (OTHER THAN OPERA): "Verdi; Requiem and Operatic Choruses," Robert Shaw conducting the Atlanta Symphony Chorus and Orchestra.

70. CLASSICAL, INSTRUMENTAL, SOLOIST OR SOLOISTS (WITH ORCHESTRA): "Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 23 in A," Carlo Maria Giulini conducting LaScala Opera Orchestra.

71. CLASSICAL, INSTRUMENTAL SOLOIST OR SOLOISTS (WITHOUT ORCHESTRA): "Albeniz: Iberia, Navarra and Suite Espagnola," Alicia de Larrocca.

72. CHAMBER MUSIC: "Bartok: Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion," - "Brahms: Variation on Theme by Joseph Haydn for Two Pianos," Murray Perahia and Sir Georg Solti on pianos with David Corkhill and Evelyn Glennie on percussion.

73. CLASSICAL VOCAL SOLOIST: "Luciano Pavarotti in Concert," Luciano Pavarotti, tenor.

74. CONTEMPORARY COMPOSITION: "Adams: Nixon in China," John Adams composer, Edo de Waart conducting Orchestra of St. Luke's.

75. ENGINEERED RECORDING (Classical): "Verdi: Requiem & Operatic Choruses," Robert Shaw conducting Atlanta Symphony Chorus & Orchestra.

76. CLASSICAL PRODUCER OF THE YEAR: Robert Woods.