A Little Night Music at the Disco

PlayBlog   A Little Night Music at the Disco
 
Glynis Johns sang it first and Judy Collins made it a break-out hit. While Broadway audiences are currently experiencing Oscar winner Catherine Zeta-Jones' take on Sondheim's "Send in the Clowns," Playbill.com has come across another unique rendition of Sondheim's night music.

In 1977 music and fashion icon Grace Jones recorded a disco version of the ballad, which turned the poignant lyrics and Sondheim's waltz around. Released on her album "Portfolio," Jones also did disco covers of "Tomorrow" from Annie and "What I Did for Love" from A Chorus Line.


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