We continue our summer season of flying-based remixes with Learning To Fly by Pink Floyd. Just what the band were thinking when putting together the cover for their single is unknown, but it seems that wearing carpet slippers made of grass is somehow connected with flying. Not for us. Instead we find a hot babe standing by a helicopter, but whatever lesson she is supposed to be having, seems to be less about flying and more about stripping. Shame? Not really.
August is upon us, and so people begin to disappear on their summer vacations. To celebrate their departure, we begin the month with a series of remixes dedicated to Flying, with a song with exactly that title from band Cast. On the original cover we find the band members standing around looking at something in the sky. On the remix we find a hot aviation babe standing by the tail of an aircraft. She may not by flying yet, but surely someone will whisk her off her feet soon. Aviate!
Eternal sing sweetly for us about the Power Of A Woman as the sit sweetly in sepia-toned silence. Now this may be a powerful picture to some people, but we prefer our power more obvious and so on the remix we have replaced the girl band with a woman whose power is so strong, she is connected up to the electricity grid. Whether she is consuming or supplying the power is, somehow, irrelevant and so the only question remains as to how many Volts she could generate. High Energy!
Guest contributor Phil Darnall of England has sent us yet another great remix. This time it is for One Two Three by Dina Carroll. On the original cover we find the title, the artist and a picture of Ms Carroll which is really the most basic it could get. On the remix there are three mature babes. It is not clear if they are undressing or putting their clothes back on again, however the numbers one, two and three are sparing their embarrassment. Thanks Phil, keep 'em coming. Numerology!
Single Covers, Singles Of The 2000s, Busty, High Heels, Lingerie, Mature, Outdoors, Public, Not Safe For Work
It would seem that the Lighthouse Family may be vertically challenged. The other remix on the AllBum.Art web-site is 'Lifted' and this one is called High. The original cover may show the band members standing on a very high platform, or they may be on the ground, it is difficult to tell. On the remix, however, the babe in question is standing on very high platform heels that must be 8 inches or more. Lofty!
Who is Pool Hall Richard? Sadly, we may never know as The Faces chose to display a silhouette of the band members on the cover of their single instead of aiding us by answering the question. In the remix, the answer is still no clearer, but what we do learn is that there seems to be a hot babe sitting on the pool table with her panties around her ankles and naught more than her high heels on. What we therefore learn, is that Richard has great taste in babes. Eight ball!
David Bowie is a regular source of remixes here at AllBum.Art so finding Blue Jean here is no real surprise. What is surprising is that the original cover, though very blue, does not introduce us to Jean, whoever she may be. On the remix we find a babe who may, or may not, be called Jean. But she is wearing denim. Whether she is wearing blue jeans is less clear but does that part of the story matter so much? Indigo!
Looking for a little Afternoon Delight, that is what the Starland Vocal Band were trying to do but sadly the cover of their single fails to do this in any satisfactory way. A yellow lion hardly portrays a time of day, let alone an associated emotion. The remix fixed this with a group of ladies sitting around drinking afternoon tea. Why they are largely naked is unknown, but those Brits can be very weird at times, don't you know? Spiffing!
As The Sun Goes Down, Level 42 entice us to buy their song by putting a badly drawn, 2-dimensional representation of some steps on the cover of their single. Now if you are going to live it up after sunset, or at least during sunset as the sun goes down, it would be helpful to have a party babe to do it with and that is exactly what the remix depicts. A babe, ready to live it us, as the sun goes down. Just what were Level 42 thinking in the first place? Uppy-downy!