Telarc/Heads Up Nets Two Grammys

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For the second straight year, the Grammy for Best Surround Sound Album has gone to a disc mixed by Cleveland engineer Michael Bishop.

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Choruses’ Transmigration took the honor this year.

The Best Surround Sound win gave two Grammys to the Cleveland based record labels Telarc/Heads Up. Best Contemporary Jazz Album went to 75 by Austria’s Joe Zawinul & The Zawinul Syndicate. —D.X. Ferris

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