What do you find if you're Walkin' After Midnight? According to the original single cover artwork by Patsy Cline, her smiling face is what you will find. The remix seems more up-to-date as now, as we wander around after the midnight hour, we find a babe with very long stocking-clad legs, very high heels with red soles, a very short skirt which doesn't quite meet her stockings, and drag-queen make up. Bewitching!
Holy Cow, that is how Lee Dorsey discusses the girl who walked out on him. Holy smoke, it ain't no joke. Neither is the original single front cover artwork which shows Mr Dorsey with a less than unhappy smile on his face. On the remix we find a babe who looks like the type who might just walk out, being the cow that she may be. She is also, unquestionably, holy, what with her habit on show. Moo!
Forever Young is what Rod Stewart claims to be. The fact that he has a penchant for dating younger women should come as no real surprise. On the original single cover artwork we find Mr Stewart sitting on a car with a group of 80's-haired concubines. On the remix we find an older babe who is trying to keep forever young by smothering herself in some kind of oil, wearing a skimpy bikini and high heels, and, most apparently, being deft with the use of photo editing tools. Slime!
When the Queens Of The Stone Age put together the artwork for their single I Sat By The Ocean, a skull and a bottle floating along a sea of what looks like blood is clearly what was on their minds. On the remix we find a babe who is sat by the ocean, well, squatting by the ocean might be more accurate, and to be even more accurate, wearing impractical heels for a beach. That is what we think of when remixing the cover artwork. Thong!
Escape by Rupert Holmes is one of those songs which is better know by a different title, in this case it is more widely recognized as The Piña Colada Song. You know, the one that goes 'If you like Piña Coladas, and getting caught in the rain'. The original cover of the single alludes to escape, in that someone has their hands cuffed. On the remix, we find a babe whose hands are also cuffed, and she is chained. Her escape may be a little more difficult. No sign of rain though. Cocktail!
Chris Brown brings us a song called Crawl. The front cover, though, seems more of an attempt at the seven ages of man. Then again, the first drawing on the single artwork is of a baby crawling. The remix does away with all the attempts to emulate Richard Smirke and instead we just find a babe (not a baby) crawling along the floor. She is no doubt following Mr Brown's instructions. Time to get up and dance, now, everybody. Factory!
Drunk In Heels, is probably not the safest situation to be in. On the original single front cover artwork we find Jennifer Nettles standing around in her heels looking slightly tipsy. It is to be hoped she doesn't trip and fall. On the remix we find a mature babe who is wearing high heels and who looks very drunk. Thankfully she is sitting down, which reduces the likelihood of her getting hurt, though that empty bottle next to her is perilously close. Her panties match her heels too, nice touch there. Touch!
Happy Christmas from everyone here at AllBum.Art. To celebrate, today we bring you a festive remix with the song Under The Tree by The Water Babies. The original single front cover artwork shows a tree, in fact it shows seven snow-capped trees (as far as we can count). The remix just has the one tree, and instead of being covered in snow, it's bedecked with baubles instead. But it also has a naked babe who seems to have been caught hiding something underneath it. Shall we go and find out what's under the tree? Merry!
Who makes you feel like A Natural Woman? Why Aretha Franklin of course. Who else? You can see Ms Franklin asking this question on the original single front cover artwork, with her figure-of-eight earrings, which just shout naturism. On the remix we find a real life naturist in the form of a natural woman naked on a footpath in a forest. It all looks very wholesome and natural and given that she is nude, there's little doubt that she is also a woman. Greenery!
Sunshine After The Rain, what could be more refreshing? That said, according to the original single front cover artwork by Elkie Brookes, you should still wear your raincoat, even when the sunshine comes out, and the rain is finished. An alternative approach is taken by the babe on the remix who has opened a sunshade and taken all her clothes off, as the sun dries up the rain. Either approach is fine, but one may be more acceptable in public circles. Umbrella!