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  • Performer: Grace Jones
  • Album: The Apple Stretching / Nipple To The Bottle
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  • Released: 1982
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Grace Jones - The Apple Stretching / Nipple To The Bottle album flac

very rare video of Grace Jones performing song "Nipple to the bottle" from the album "Living my life". 50+ видео Воспроизвести все. Воспроизвести.

Album · 1982 · 7 Songs. Nipple to the Bottle. 3. The Apple Stretching.

Nipple to the Bottle" is a single by the Jamaican singer and actress Grace Jones, released in 1982. Nipple to the Bottle" was the lead single from Jones' sixth studio album, Living My Life. The song was released in some territories as a double A-side single with "The Apple Stretching". In some countries, the single B-side featured "Cry Now, Laugh Later" or a dub version of "My Jamaican Guy"; all of these three tracks would later receive separate single releases.

1982 Original Sound Recording made by Island Records Inc. Side A:Island Music Ltd. Side B:Rydim Music Ltd. Both tracks are taken from her forthcoming 1+1 cassette & album Living My Life.

1982 studio album by Grace Jones. Studio album by. Grace Jones. This time around, Jones recorded only one cover, "The Apple Stretching", which was originally written by Melvin Van Peebles and used in the Broadway show Waltz of the Stork. Nipple to the Bottle" was co-written with Sly Dunbar, while, apart from "My Jamaican Guy", the other tracks were collaborations with Barry Reynolds. The title track "Living My Life", despite receiving a limited single release, was ultimately left off the album. Further outtakes included the track "Man Around the House" (written by Jones and Barry Reynolds), and a cover.

Nipple to the Bottle" was the lead single from Jones' sixth studio album, Living My Life. A. "Nipple to the Bottle" – 4:22. B. "The Apple Stretching" – 3:33. "Nipple to the Bottle" – 3:59. "Nipple to the Bottle" – 4:17. "Cry Now - Laugh Later" – 4:29. US 7" promotional single. "Nipple to the Bottle" (long version) – 4:17. "Nipple to the Bottle" (short version) – 3:59.

The Apple Stretching" is a song by American recording artist Grace Jones, released as a single in 1982. The Apple Stretching" was written by Melvin Van Peebles for his 1982 play Waltz of the Stork. The song describes New York City in the early morning. It was included on Jones' sixth album Living My Life and later released as a double A-side single with "Nipple to the Bottle", written by Jones and Sly Dunbar, which also got a separate single release.

GRACE JONES Apple Stretching 7" VINYL UK Island 1982 B/W Nipple To The Bottle. Grace Jones - Apple Stretching/Nipple to the Bottle Vinyl-Maxi GRACE JONES - THE APPLE STRETCHING - NIPPLE TO THE BOTTLE 1982 Vinyl 7 Inch. Grace Jones - The Apple Stretching, Nipple To The Bottle (Vinyl).

GRACE JONES - The Apple Stretching HQ Audio Original. Beautiful piano song for stretching. The Apple Stretching" was simultaneously released in a 12" version, clocking in at 8:40. It included an omitted (on the album) second verse of the song, where Grace sings together with a bass guitar only along with funky percussion. This version remains unreleased on CD.

Nipple To The Bottle Lyrics. The Apple Stretching Lyrics. 4. Everybody Hold Still Lyrics. This time around, Jones recorded only one cover, The Apple Stretching, which was originally written by Melvin Van Peebles and used in the Broadway show Waltz of the Stork. Nipple to the Bottle was co-written with Sly Dunbar, while, apart from My Jamaican Guy, the other tracks were collaborations with Barry Reynolds. The title track Living My Life, despite receiving a limited single release, was ultimately left off the album. Further outtakes included the track Man Around the House (written by Jones and Barry Reynolds), and a cover of Johnny Cash’s Ring of Fire. The album was a commercial success, reaching the top 20 in five countries. In March 1983 Billboard magazine reported that the sales of the album had surpassed 400,000 copies worldwide. Living My Life Q&A.