The weekend beckons but we're still remixing covers of singles by Nancy Sinatra. Today it's an AllBum.Art first - a remix of a remix! Yes, we're remixing the remix of yesterday's song, Bang Bang, this time it's called Shot You Down and it's by the Audio Bullys Featuring Nancy Sinatra. The original shows some odd bulbous headed individual standing on top of a vinyl record. The remix shows a babe intent on shooting you down, so better duck out of her way. Danger!
Friday already, how the week just flies by. And here we are with another remix from this week's special guest, Nancy Sinatra, none other than Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down). On the original cover of the song, we find Ms Sinatra sitting down on the floor. Could it be that she has already been shot down, or is it more bang bang? Either way, the remix shows a more likely bang bang situation, and if they are not careful their baby will shoot them down. Table!
Yet another remix in our week long Nancy Sinatra special. The original cover of The Highway Song shows Ms Sinatra looking very demure and even a little sophisticated, lying down in soft focus. But where is the highway? The remix shows what is going on on the highway in question, which is to say very little, other than there being some nearly naked babe wearing just high heel boots and a jacket. Top!
Another day, another remix from this week's featured artist, Nancy Sinatra. This time it is for a more up-to-date album. Released in 1999, You Go Go Girl sees Ms Sinatra wearing much more clothing than on her usual covers, dressed, as she is, in a 60s style go go dancing outfit. The remix has the same 60s go go theme, but this time we see a girl who really would be a hit as a go go dancer, or at least she would hit lots of other dancers in the process. Pow!
Another album cover by this week's featured artist, Nancy Sinatra. This time it is her 1966 album Sugar that gets the AllBum.Art make-over. On the original we see an already raunchy Ms Sinatra wearing a pink bikini that, for the 1960s, was no doubt regarded as skimpy. On the remix we see another picture of Ms Sinatra taken from her 'top shelf' days and though she now sports a blouse, the bikini has evaporated. Melt!
We begin another week-long special this week, this time with a week's worth of remixes of the covers of work by Nancy Sinatra. Nancy makes a very good subject for remixes as she has, herself, posed in what was once known as 'the altogether' but is these days known as 'in the nude', so making a remix is easy. The first for this week is her album How Does That Grab You. On the original cover we can see Ms Sinatra looking very 1960s. On the remix she is looking very altogether. Does that grab you? How?
We are disappointed with Mystikal because on the original cover of his single Shake Ya Ass, the one thing that ought to have been shown, is not shown. And that thing, the thing that should have been shown is a babe with an ass that could do with shakin'. Thank AllBum.Art then for ensuring that this glaring omission is correctly dealt with through the medium of a remix because there, on the remixed cover, is a babe whose ass is definitely one that could, and should be shaken. Bubble!
We often say, here at AllBum.Art that some songs write their own remixes. Strip by Pink Grease is just such a song as with a title of strip, the subject matter for the remixed cover artwork is beyond obvious. On the original cover we see the band members riding a bus, for no reason that is immediately apparent. On the remix we see three babes stripping, for reasons that are as clear as day. Undress!
What do you think of for a song whose title is Get On The Bus, especially when that song is by sassy, sexy quartet Destiny's Child (featuring Timbaland, but we can effectively ignore that bit)? Is it the members of the band posing in front of a white sun and grey sky? Or is it a hot babe, sitting on a bus? For us, it's definitely the latter and that's what appears on the remix. Good how that works isn't it? Visage!