Jackie - Scott Walker 
Sunday, 28 September, 2014, 05:14 - Singles Of The 1960s
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scott walker jackie 2scott walker jackie 1Always nice to receive a well thought through remix from someone who is clearly a bit mad. Dave Wilson of London, England has sent us this remix of the single Jackie by Scott Walker. Dave takes up the story:
Jackie was the name of a pirate radio station in the 1980s in London and used this song as their theme. As a boy listening to the radio I often dreamed about what Jackie must look like and was disappointed when I saw the cover of the song and found that Jackie was not there. I always imagined here as being a swash-buckling sea-wench and when I saw your site it inspired me to rekindle my childhood fantasies and do a remix.

Nothing mad there, you might think. But then again, you might not think, and that would be mad. A-harrr!
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Here Comes The Sun - The Beatles 
Friday, 12 September, 2014, 05:53 - Singles Of The 1960s, Summer Sizzlers
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beatles here comes sun remixbeatles here comes sun 1Not a single from The Beatles as such, but a track from the multi-selling album Abbey Road, Here Comes The Sun seemed to deserve a remix as much as any other song. The inspiration, well let's just say that in the remix, it's very clear where the sun is coming from, isn't it...? And it's not coming from behind the sofa, or under the bed, or behind the wardrobe? No, it's coming right between the legs of a babe who is highlighting exactly where the sun is coming from by pointing at it, as if there could have been any doubt. Dazzling!
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Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) - Frank Sinatra 
Wednesday, 10 September, 2014, 05:34 - Singles Of The 1960s
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frank sinatra fly me to the moon 2frank sinatra fly me to the moon 1You know, one of the most popular remixes of cover artwork on the AllBum.Art web-site is the remix of Frank Sinatra's Come Fly With Me, so when remixing the erstwhile Mr Sinatra's songs, there's some big boots to fill. Here we present our remix of Fly Me To The Moon (originally known as In Other Words). On the original we see old blue-eyes a-grinnin' in the front of the silvery moon. On the remix we see a hot babe in latex who looks like she could pilot our starship any day. Lift-off!
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Tears - Ken Dodd 
Tuesday, 9 September, 2014, 05:25 - Singles Of The 1960s
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kenn dodd tears remixkenn dodd tears 1Tears. Is that it? Not much of a title to go on is it? But then back in the swinging 60s, perhaps that's all that was needed by way of the title of a song to give it credulity. At least that's what Ken Dodd must have thought. But at least show us some tears on the cover of the single Mr Dodd. Thankfully the remix deals with this lack of effort on the part of the aforementioned Mr Dodd, as we see a girl very clearly in tears. Why? Now that's a good question. Ask Mr Dodd that one. Tickling!
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Anyone For Tennis - Cream 
Monday, 8 September, 2014, 05:22 - Singles Of The 1960s
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cream anyone for tennis 2cream anyone for tennis 1Anyone For Tennis? A cry that goes out through the ages to those who enjoy that kind of racket (see what we did there). Cream sang about this in 1968. But, and here's the rub, the cover of their single, singularly fails to sing or even hum anything that is connected with the ancient and vaguely incomprehensible sport of tennis. We see the band members, lazing around in denim jackets. This balls-up is corrected in the remixed cover with the net result being a cute tennis babe who, if she uttered the phrase 'anyone for tennis' would certainly attract more love than the members of the band would have. Deuce!
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I Saw Her Standing There - The Beatles 
Saturday, 23 August, 2014, 05:30 - Singles Of The 1960s
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beatles i saw her standing there remixbeatles i saw her standing there 1Another remix for those British boys The Beatles. This time for their 1963 song I Saw Her Standing There. On the original cover we see the fab four but where is her, the her that should be standing there? Thankfully the remix of the cover identifies her. Her is standing there, and her is, it would seem, naked. Why is she standing there? And where is there? So many questions. Quizzical!
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Leaving On A Jet Plane - Peter, Paul And Mary 
Tuesday, 19 August, 2014, 05:42 - Singles Of The 1960s
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peter paul mary leaving on a jet plane remixpeter paul mary leaving on a jet plane 1This is turning into a bit of a transport-related week of single cover remixes here at AllBum.Art. We have now found Amarillo and are going to get there by Leaving On A Jet Plane. And we are being joined by Peter, Paul & Mary. But who is going to serve us a few tequilas? We need an air-hostess, that's what's missing. Thankfully, we have found one and by the looks of her, the flight will be very entertaining. Zoom!
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Do You Know The Way To San Jose - Dionne Warwick 
Monday, 18 August, 2014, 05:36 - Singles Of The 1960s
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way to san jose warwick remixway to san jose warwick 1It seems that Tony Christie isn't the only one who is having problems trying to find their way around the country. Dionne Warwick seems equally lost as she asks Do You Know The Way To San Jose? Actually, we don't know either but we figured that a naked hitch-hiker (other than her rucksack) on a desert road might do better at finding the answer so we replaced Ms Warwick from the original cover with just that image. Uplifting!
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In The Year 2525 - Zager And Evans 
Friday, 8 August, 2014, 05:32 - Singles Of The 1960s
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zager evans in the year 2525 2zager evans in the year 2525 1What do you expect the world to look like In The Year 2525? Well according to Zager And Evans, it looks like a swirly lava-lamp which is what the makers of Star Trek often used to think the future would look like as well. Maybe in 1969 lava-lamps were seen as the future. But in the 2010s, the future looks more attractive and so the remix shows one possible view of the world in 2525 - a hot babe who is either part android, or is totally android. Either way, she still looks great. Visionary!
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Keep On Running - The Spencer Davis Group 
Tuesday, 5 August, 2014, 05:50 - Singles Of The 1960s
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spencer davis keep on runnning remixspencer davis keep on runnining 1You know what? The original cover to Keep On Running by The Spencer Davis Group scores full marks on the AllBum.Art score sheet. It features the band and illustrates the title of the song, as they are running. So from that point of view there's almost no reason to provide a remix. Except that we found this picture of 5 busty naked babes running along a beach and if only we could see them, it is certain that keeping them running on would provide a large amount of entertainment. Hemispherical!
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