Bug/Windswept Congratulates Our Grammy Winners 2007

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Bug/Windswept is very proud to congratulate our Grammy Winners from Sunday's presentation of the 50th Grammy Awards.

Bug/Windswept is very proud to congratulate our Grammy winners from Sunday's presentation of the 50th Grammy Awards:

Best Hard Rock Performance
The Pretender -- Foo Fighters (Nate Mendel)

Best Rock Album
Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace -- Foo Fighters
(Nate Mendel)

Best Electronic/Dance Album
We Are The Night -- The Chemical Brothers (contains the track "The Pills Won't Help You Now" co-written by Midlake)

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
Call Me Irresponsible -- Michael Buble (contains the track "I've Got the World on a String" by Arlen/Koehler)

Best R&B Performance by Duo or Group with Vocals
Disrespectful -- Chaka Khan ft. Mary J. Blige (Bobby Ross Avila)

Best R&B Album
Funk This -- Chaka Khan (contains the tracks "Back in the Day", "Disrespectful", "Will You Love Me" and "Hail to the Wrong" co-written by Bobby Ross Avila and the track "One for All Time" co-written by Bobby Ross Avila & Juan Najera aka Natural)

Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album
A Deeper Level -- Israel and New Breed (contains the track "With Long Life" by Juan Najera aka Natural)

Best Country Album
These Days -- Vince Gill (contains 17 songs co-written by Al Anderson & Reed Nielsen)

Best Traditional Blues Album
Last of the Great Mississippi Delta Bluesmen: Live in Dallas -- Henry James Townsend, Joe Willie "Pinetop" Perkins, Robert Lockwood Jr. & David Honeyboy Edwards

Best Bluegrass Album
The Bluegrass Diaries -- Jim Lauderdale

Best Traditional Folk Album
Dirt Farmer -- Levon Helm (contains the track "Wide River to Cross" by Buddy & Julie Miller & the track "Poor Old Dirt Farmer" by Tracy Schwartz )

Best Historical Album
The Live Wire -- Woody Guthrie in Performance 1949

Best Short Form Music Video
God's Gonna Cut You Down -- Johnny Cash

And a Very Special Congratulations to BUG U.K. clients
Sir George & Giles Martin for their hard work on The Beatles' "Love" album which took home two awards for Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media and Best Surround Sound Album.

Congratulations to all of our nominees for such an incredible body of work in 2007.

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