Grace Jones’s “Nightclubbing” Is Reissued

Here’s the scoop: ‘In 1980, Grace Jones decamped to Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas where she worked with producers Alex Sadkin and Island Records’ president Chris Blackwell, as well as a crack team of session musicians rooted by the rhythmic reggae force of Sly & Robbie…Across three critical and commercial hit albums spanning from 1980’s “Warm Leatherette” through 1982’s “Living My Life” –with the expanded reissue of 1981’s “Nightclubbing” as her pinnacle– Jones reinvented herself.’

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