Grace Jones Nightclubbing

Grace Jones - Nightclubbing (1981)  

Posted by Designol at Dec. 15, 2015
Grace Jones - Nightclubbing (1981)

Grace Jones - Nightclubbing (1981)
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Genre: New Wave, Synth-Pop, Funk, Dub, Post-Disco | Label: Island | # 253 481, CID 9624 (90 093-2) | Time: 00:38:12

By all means a phenomenal pop album that hit number nine on the black albums chart and crossed over to penetrate the pop charts at number 32, Nightclubbing saw Grace Jones working once again with Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare, and the remainder of the Compass Point team. Nightclubbing also continues Jones' tradition of picking excellent songs to reinterpret. This time out, the Police's "Demolition Man," Bill Withers' "Use Me," and Iggy Pop's "Nightclubbing" receive radical reinterpretations; "Nightclubbing" is glacial in both tempo and lack of warmth, while both "Use Me" and "Demolition Man" fit perfectly into Jones' lyrical scheme. Speaking of a lyrical scheme, "Pull Up to the Bumper" (number five black singles, number two club play) is so riddled with naughty double entendres – or is it just about parallel parking? – that it renders Musique's "In the Bush" as daring as Paul Anka's "Puppy Love." Drive it in between what, Grace? It's not just lyrics that make the song stick out; jingling spirals of rhythm guitar and a simplistic, squelching, mid-tempo rhythm make the song effective, even without considering Jones' presence.
Grace Jones - Nightclubbing (1981) [Deluxe Edition 2014] RE-UP

Grace Jones - Nightclubbing (1981) [Deluxe Edition 2014]
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 115:25 minutes | 2,6 GB
Blu-Ray Audio Rip | Sourced Track - LPCM 2.0 Stereo | Front cover

In a career of myriad highlights ‘Nightclubbing’ remains the high water mark of Grace Jones’s imperial years with Island Records. It is indisputably the album on which her musical legacy rests, and rightly considered one of the greatest albums of all time. A sophisticated mêlée of sound, blending post-punk cool with a hot Caribbean vibe and a catwalk Studio 54 sensibility, it’s a perfect example of artist and musicians working in complete accord. It contains the all-time Grace classics in ‘Pull Up To The Bumper’, ‘Walking In The Rain’, ‘Demolition Man’ (written by Sting) and of course the Bowie / Iggy Pop-penned title track. There is magic in its every groove.
Grace Jones - Nightclubbing (1981) [2CD] {2014 Island Deluxe Edition}

Grace Jones - Nightclubbing (1981) [2CD] {2014 Island Deluxe Edition}
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© 2014 Island Def Jam / Universal | 0600753480601
Synth Pop / New Wave / Disco / Funk / Dub

In a career of myriad highlights 'Nightclubbing' remains the high water mark of Grace Jones's imperial years with Island Records. It is indisputably the album on which her musical legacy rests, and rightly considered one of the greatest albums of all time. A sophisticated melee of sound, blending post-punk cool with a hot Caribbean vibe and a catwalk Studio 54 sensibility, it's a perfect example of artist and musicians working in complete accord. It contains the all-time Grace classics in 'Pull Up To The Bumper', 'Walking In The Rain', 'Demolition Man' (written by Sting) and of course the Bowie / Iggy Pop-penned title track. There is magic in its every groove.

Grace Jones - Nightclubbing (1981)  

Posted by popsakov at Aug. 5, 2013
Grace Jones - Nightclubbing (1981)

Grace Jones - Nightclubbing (1981)
EAC Rip | APE (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 255 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 120 Mb
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Reggae, New Wave, Pop, Soul | Island Records | 422 842 368-2

Nightclubbing is the fifth studio album by Grace Jones, released in 1981. It was the second album of her Compass Point trilogy, and has become her best-selling studio release, spawning hits "Pull Up to the Bumper" and "I've Seen That Face Before (Libertango)".

Grace Jones - Warm Leatherette (1980) {2016 2CD Deluxe Edition}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at June 21, 2016
Grace Jones - Warm Leatherette (1980) {2016 2CD Deluxe Edition}

Grace Jones - Warm Leatherette (1980) {2016 2CD Deluxe Edition}
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© 1980, 2016 Island / Universal | 0600753660713
Dub / Reggae / New Wave / Club-Dance / Dance Pop

Grace Jones fans have been well served by Universal Music in recent years with an excellent Nightclubbing reissue in 2014 and last year’s Disco box set which brought together Portfolio, Fame, and Muse in one smart package. This trend continues in 2016 with deluxe editions of Jones’ 1980 album Warm Leatherette due in June…

Grace Jones - Warm Leatherette 1980 (Deluxe Edition 2016)  Music

Posted by tomashass at June 18, 2016
Grace Jones - Warm Leatherette 1980 (Deluxe Edition 2016)

Grace Jones - Warm Leatherette 1980 (Deluxe Edition 2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 03:00:57 | 414 MB
Genre: Synth-Pop, Disco, RnB, Soul, Funk | Label: Island Records

Grace Jones fans have been well served by Universal Music in recent years with an excellent Nightclubbing reissue in 2014 and last year’s Disco box set which brought together Portfolio, Fame, and Muse in one smart package. This trend continues in 2016 with deluxe editions of Jones’ 1980 album Warm Leatherette due in June… The first album in her critically-lauded ‘Compass Point Trilogy’ saw Jones working with an all-star session group (rhythm section Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare, plus percussionist Uziah Thompson, along with keyboardist Wally Badarou, and guitarists Mikey Chung and Barry Reynolds) and leave ’70s disco well behind.

Grace Jones: Island Life  Music

Posted by addheat at April 16, 2006
Grace Jones: Island Life

Grace Jones: Island Life (1990)
MP3 CBR 192kbps | Pop/New Wave | Rapidshare-3 parts | 64MB

Island Life is a collection of Grace Jones' biggest hits on the Island records label. It draws from albums like Portfolio (1977), Fame (1978), Muse (1979), Warm Leatherette (1980), Nightclubbing (1981), Living My Life (1982) and Slave To The Rhythm (1985). The tracks are arranged chronologically so it maps out her musical development from the robotic disco sounds of La Vie En Rose through her new wave experiments with Private Life, her torch song phase in Libertango up to the funky R&B of My Jamaican Guy.

Grace Jones - The Collection (2004)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Oct. 30, 2016
Grace Jones - The Collection (2004)

Grace Jones - The Collection (2004)
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Pop, Disco, Dub, Synth-pop, Soul | Spectrum Music / Universal Music #46050 2600932

Grace Jones' The Collection, released in 2004 by the Spectrum offshoot of Universal U.K., found enough room for a demo of "Ring of Fire" (a Johnny Cash cover) but decided not to include "Pull Up to the Bumper," one of the singer's biggest singles (if not the biggest). It's one of few flaws, but it is a massive flaw, and it makes the disc a wasted opportunity. Otherwise, the disc covers a lot of ground, despite cutting off at 1982 (so "Slave to the Rhythm" isn't here, either). There's plenty of Compass Point-era coverage, with her spectacular covers of the Normal's "Warm Leatherette," Roxy Music's "Love Is the Drug," and Joy Division's "She's Lost Control" present. The lack of chronological sense is another drawback.
Grace Jones - Warm Leatherette (1980) [Deluxe Edition 2016] Blu-Ray Audio Rip 24-96

Grace Jones - Warm Leatherette (1980) [Deluxe Edition 2016]
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 180:57 minutes | 4,09 GB
Blu-Ray Audio Rip | Sourced Track - LPCM 2.0 Stereo | Full Art

Digitally remastered and expanded deluxe reissue of "Warm Leatherette" represents a watershed moment in the career of Grace Jones. The first of her much loved and critically-lauded 'Compass Point trilogy' it saw the star embrace contemporaneous new wave (The Normal's 'Warm Leatherette', The Pretenders' 'Private Life'), old soul (The Marvelettes' 'The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game' and leftfield rock (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' 'Breakdown', Roxy Music's 'Love Is The Drug'). All sounded like nothing you'd ever heard before once Grace had finished with them. This new Hi-Res reissue it's a perfect demonstration of players, writers and production team at the very top of their game, headed up by a singular performer reaching the apex of her career to that point.
Grace Jones - Inside Story (1986) [Japanese Black Triangle, CP32-5166]

Grace Jones - Inside Story (1986) [Japanese Black Triangle, CP32-5166]
R&B, Electronic, New Wave, Synth-pop | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE + LOG + Full Scans-600dpi (PNG) | 41:52 Min | 545,05 Mb
Label: Toshiba EMI Ltd. (Japan) | Released: 1987, November, 28

is 's eighth studio album, released in 1986, and her first with the label. The album spawned the hit single .