Betty Davis was riding high in the 70s. A new record label, a series of high profile relationships, and intensely sexualized live performances made her a rising star. It seemed like everything was aligned to take the music world by storm. So Betty and band got back into the studio where she would act as writer, producer, and performer, creating what she thought would be her definitive release.What emerged was the unapologetically uncompromising, self/referential 1975 album Nasty Gal. Now - over forty years later - Light In The Attic Records is proud to announce the vinyl reissue of this final Island Records/release by unparalleled funkstress Betty Davis.* Remastered from the original tapes.* LP housed in a deluxe gatefold Stoughton tip/on jacket with lyrics.* LP Version contains 8 page booklet with liner notes by John Ballon with rare studio and stage photographs.* Mastered from the original tapes.