Feb 23, 2009

Williams' Bloodline

Grace Jones pushes my Prince William buttons with the hit single from her Hurricane (divine feminine) album: Williams' Blood. The Independent says the song "employs handclaps and choral refrain to build up an almost gospel fervour".

"You can't save a wretch like me"

Grace pioneered the uber-masculine look back in the day, and she reminds me a bit of Eartha Kitt - a black woman with very sharp teeth. I feel a bit castrated just looking at her!

Grace Jones - Williams' Blood

5 comments:

Anadæ Effro said...

Very interesting, Mike, as one of my Überhomo musical friends, Edehn Ntiannu Antinuös Staplefoote, also from Virginia, is heavily influenced by Ms Jones.

Nice pick of video. Don't forget, man, Her Grace was the longtime live-in mistress of Dolph "He Man, Master of the Universe" Lundgren, who has retired his Rocky IV era Billy Idol coiffure nowadays for the completely shaven pate of the 21st century Warrior.

Have a very musically masculine day,
Anadæ Effro ( :-)}

Michael said...

I wonder who "wore the pants" in that relationship?

Anadæ Effro said...

(*Blushing*)

Devin said...

HEHE! You guys crack me up -will listen to vid now-had forgot all about Grace Jones didnt she have an album long ago-Nightclubbing -or some such-best to all of you!!

Christopher Knowles said...

Not to be a 17 bore, but that first line in the first verse...

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