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  1. Melkis Reply
    Information. Planned as a biography in the album's booklet, Slave to the Rhythm is a concept album, produced by ZTT Records founder and producer Trevor Horn. Slave to the Rhythm was released in , three years after her last album Living My Life as she had taken a break and began to act in movies such as Conan the Destroyer in and in the James Bond film A View to Kill in
  2. Migore Reply
    Nov 08,  · GRACE JONES. "Slave to the rhythm". vinyl 12" extended version. ZZT - Island records. UK edition. misummergrooves. misummergroovesblog.
  3. Zulumuro Reply
    A remix of "Jones the Rhythm" had—in the spirit of ZTT Records—been used for one of the B-sides of the previous single "Slave to the Rhythm", on certain editions it was instead named "G.I. Blues". "Jones the Rhythm" was not a charting success, having been somewhat overshadowed by the huge success of the lead single, and partially due to.
  4. Yozshugrel Reply
    “Jones the Rhythm” was the opening track on the album and was one of the eight variations on the “Slave to the Rhythm” theme, this one more rock-influenced and dramatic than the hit single.
  5. Goltiramar Reply
    Slave to the Rhythm is the seventh studio album by Grace Jones, released on 28 October by Island Records. Subtitled a biography in the liner notes, Slave to the Rhythm is a concept album, produced by ZTT Records founder and producer Trevor Horn, that went on to become one of Jones' most commercially successful albums and spawned her biggest hit, "Slave to the Rhythm".
  6. Akinozshura Reply
    THE ISLAND MASTERS VERSION OF "SLAVE TO THE RHYTHM" IS NOT THE VERSION THAT WAS RELEASED ON CD IN / The interviews with Grace Jones are not in this release at all, it's six minutes shorter, and the track listing has been ordered differently/5().
  7. Tegrel Reply
    It's essentially one song (Slave to the Rhythm) with several variations with interview commentary in between. The music video to Slave to the Rhythm is a true Grace Jones classic, with a /5().
  8. Vudogar Reply
    An audio biography of Grace Jones, produced by Trevor Horn, it's a sonic treat along the lines of Yes's or Frankie Goes to Hollywood's first album (both produced by Horn).The music ranges from slick R&B runaway grooves to striking audio montages, interrupted occasionally by conversation about Jones's life. Serious ear candy.8/
  9. Mazukus Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Slave To The Rhythm on Discogs. Label: Island Records - ,Island Records - CID • Series: Island Masters • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Funk / Soul • Style: Synth-pop, Funk/5(32).