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Grace Jones in The Guardian


Head over to The Guardian web site to read a lengthy interview writer Miranda Saywer conducted with Grace Jones, the "masculine-feminine skyscraper."  It is a compelling sit down with the icon who talks extensively and candidly about her "scary" image, her new album that includes collaborations with Wendy & Lisa, Tricky and Brian Eno, her childhood and her rise to fame. It's a fascinating read. (Click here to pre-order Grace Jones' new album "Hurricane" on 7Digital. The album will be out on November 2 in Europe.)

October 12, 2008 in Grace Jones | Permalink


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Posted by: craigh at Oct 13, 2008 9:08:10 PM

Amazing site..really interesting stuff.t5m was lucky enough to be at the Mobo’s and caught up with some

of the top talent backstage and on the red carpet. Take a look at http://www.t5m.com/mobo-awards, with

some great exclusive videos on Grace Jones.

Posted by: t5m at Oct 23, 2008 4:09:52 AM

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