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Unbent by age, layered with eras and a heady mix of civilizations, there are few stages more fitting for Grace Jones than the ruins of Byblos. Musician, model, actor and icon, at 68 Jones' life and career have spanned decades, genres and continents, and to listen to her music is to hear a medley of zeitgeists as original as the shape-shifting woman herself. Stripping the original of its lugubrious rock sound, Jones' version adds deep trembling bass and a dub reggae lilt giving an already eerie song an updated, new-wave weirdness.It's a powerful opening tune, made all the more striking by the appearance of Jones herself. Newly armed with a full dance floor, Jones and her band began to cut loose.In "Williams' Blood" Jones sang melancholically about her family's reaction to her growing rebelliousness.Miraculously youthful and strong, Jones' body was to take center stage as she closed out with "Slave to the Rhythm".
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