Reet Petite - Jackie Wilson 
Thursday, 2 January, 2014, 05:55 - Singles Released Before 1960, Singles Of The 1980s
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Cover Artwork Remix of Jackie Wilson Reet Petite Original Cover Artwork of Jackie Wilson Reet Petite Reet Petite is a 1957 song (re-released in the mid 1980s) by Jackie Wilson, known the world over for the rolling-R's of Mr Wilson's p-r-r-r-onunciation. The original cover shows Mr Wilson in various different dancing positions but shows no sign of the petite person of whom he sings. The remix shows is none other than Reet herself (assuming that is her name) who is very petite, indeed some might say flat-chested. Others might not bother and just enjoy the view!
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Short Shorts - The Royal Teens 
Thursday, 24 October, 2013, 05:41 - Singles Released Before 1960
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Cover Artwork Remix of Royal Teens Short Shorts Original Cover Artwork of Royal Teens Short Shorts Who wears Short Shorts? That's the question that The Royal Teens were asking back in 1957 (that's officially a long time ago). Although the song is obviously meant to describe the wearing of particularly skimpy shorts, the cover, which features the band, does not help visualize the shorts in question. The remixed cover, on the other hand, does. The shorts being worn by the two hot babes in the remix are made even shorter by the fact that they are compressed in the hands as they are being pulled down. Who wears short shorts? Not them for much longer...
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Blue Suede Shoes - Elvis Presley 
Tuesday, 8 October, 2013, 05:45 - Singles Released Before 1960
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Not the first remix of the cover of a single for Elvis Presley. This time it's the rockabilly classic Blue Suede Shoes which is just begging for modernization. Although a picture of Elvis is what set the world alight in the late 1950s, these days it's hot chicks that do it (and probably what did it for Elvis too). So two remixes. One just with a very sexy pair of blue suede high heel stiletto shoes. And the second with a hot babe wearing a very sexy pair of blue suede high heel stiletto shoes! Take your pick (as no doubt Elvis did).
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Lipstick On Your Collar - Connie Francis 
Monday, 26 August, 2013, 17:27 - Singles Released Before 1960
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Cover Artwork Remix of Connie Francis Lipstick Original Cover Artwork of Connie Francis Lipstick For some reason it is those classic old songs that are best suited to a remix of the covers. This is a 1959 song from Connie Francis but is still known today as Lipstick On Your Collar is as common today as it was then. Of course the outlook changes from a simple cover with some lipstick on it, to a hot naked chick with lipstick on. As they say on the old Chicken Box, 'keep the lipstick off your dipstick'. Good advice. Then again, maybe not.
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Rip It Up - Bill Hailey 
Tuesday, 4 June, 2013, 05:52 - Singles Released Before 1960
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Cover Artwork Remix of Bill Haley Rip It Up Original Cover Artwork of Bill Haley Rip It Up Steppin' back in time, jive bunnies, to the rolling, rocking 1950s and this single from Bill Haley and his Comets. The original cover of Rip It Up shows the head of Big Bad Bill, but no evidence of any kind of rippin' going on. The remix remedies this with a hot chic whose clothes have been ripped up. Who exactly has done the rippin' is unknown, but it looks like she did it herself. Why? Who cares!
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Come Fly With Me - Frank Sinatra 
Monday, 11 March, 2013, 05:07 - Singles Released Before 1960
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Cover Artwork Remix of Frank Sinatra Come Fly With Me Original Cover Artwork of Frank Sinatra Come Fly With Me Come Fly With Me by Frank Sinatra is one of those old-time classics that you don't mess with. Unless you're AllBum.Art that is! Mr Sinatra has been replaced by a girl posing as an aeroplane standing on what looks like a disused runway (you can tell because there are planes in the background - top left). You might also call this 'extreme down-blouse' because, well, look closely enough and you will see.
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Singin' In The Rain - Gene Kelly 
Sunday, 13 January, 2013, 05:43 - Singles Released Before 1960
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Original Cover Artwork of Singin In The Rain Do de do doo, doo de do de do doody... Few people on the planet Earth are unfamiliar with this classic song, especially the version sung by Gene Kelly. Singin' In The Rain is the song that has come to represent the state of being happy-go-lucky whilst walking around outside and being drenched by pouring precipitation. The song was written in 1929 but became famous in 1952 when it was the title track to the film of the same name. There wasn't really a cover for the single as such, but there has been a cover produced for the DVD of the film that has been adapted to act as a cover for the song. In it we see three characters from the film, in raincoats and with umbrellas who are happily splashing their way through the rain.

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Cover Artwork Remix of Singin In The Rain The original cover is now over 60 years old (or at least the film is) and so it is rife for modernization. The modernized cover has done away with the three characters from the film, who have been replaced by a single lady (single in this sense meaning that there is just one of her, as it is likely that a lady with her assets and gregariousness must have a boyfriend). The lady is also wearing a raincoat and has an umbrella but unlike Mr Kelly and his ilk, she is also wearing a pair of kinky high heeled yellow boots, a yellow PVC thong, and, it would appear, little else. What seems clear is that she is happy in this outfit and that should it begin to rain, she would remain upbeat though no doubt would get a little cold if the temperature dropped too low.

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Three At A Table For Two - Doris Day 
Sunday, 30 December, 2012, 05:55 - Singles Released Before 1960
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Cover Artwork Remix of Doris Day 3 At A Table For 2 Original Cover Artwork of Doris Day 3 At A Table For 2 This must be one of the oldest songs we've remixed here at AllBum.Art. Three At A Table For Two was sung by forces darling Doris Day in 1940. The original cover sees Ms Day smiling sweetly, but where is the table, and who is the interloper making the company a crowd? The remix, quite vividly, shows the situation. Two people were sat at a table having a nice cup of coffee together when along comes some gregarious girl and sits down between them getting in their way. Very distracting we would imagine.
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Baby It's Cold Outside - Various Artists 
Saturday, 22 December, 2012, 12:03 - Singles Released Before 1960, Singles Of The 1960s, Singles Of The 2000s, Christmas Crackers
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Original Cover Artwork of Baby Its Cold Outside A seasonal classic, written as long ago as 1944, Baby It's Cold Outside has been performed and recorded by a long string of artists most notably:
  • Margaret Whiting and Johnny Mercer (1949)
  • Dean Martin (1959)
  • Ray Charles and Betty Carter (1961)
  • Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey (2004)
Very few pieces of original album art exist (and some versions were only released on compilation albums) and so this 'knitted sweater' design has been used as the basis for a re-work of this chilly tune.

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Cover Artwork Remix of Baby Its Cold Outside The revised version stays with the knitted sweater idea but instead of a cosy 'warm inside' version, this one is most definitely 'cold outside'. The lady in the picture appears to be wearing nothing but a furry hat but is thankfully protected from the harsh chill of the cold by a furry jacket that she appears to be sitting on. How she got into this predicament, heavens only knows but presumably if she felt the cold she wouldn't have got like this in the first place. She can always put the furry jacket back on again, though without any trousers or other garments, it is unlikely to provide sufficient warmth. Perhaps her charming looks have an exothermic reaction with the surrounding snow. Or maybe not.

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I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus - Jimmy Boyd 
Wednesday, 19 December, 2012, 12:14 - Singles Released Before 1960, Christmas Crackers
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Original Cover Artwork of I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus Jimmy Boyd sang I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus in 1952, when he was but 13 years old. At the time, the cover for many singles were generally very dull, however Mr Boyd appears to have done better than most with this cover which shows a Mommy (obvious by her semi-domestic apparel) kissing Santa Claus (obvious by his large stomach, red coat and white beard). And what's more there is a young boy, sat in the corner, clearly watching the scene unfold. This one wins an AllBum.Art thumbs up for managing to actually represent the song.

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Cover Artwork Remix of I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus Just because the original cover is alright, doesn't mean it can't be improved upon. In this modernized cover, the Mommy concerned is a little less domesticated and the Santa Claus somewhat less convincing. But where the picture loses out in authenticity, it gains in audacity as it seems that Mommy has dressed up specially for the occasion in red hot-pants and silver stripper heels. It's almost as if she knew Santa was on his way and had prepared herself ready for him coming. There is one alternative explanation, that the Mommy concerned is actually one of the presents that Santa is delivering as there must be many a Daddy who would like her in their Christmas stockings.

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