Sometimes it's necessary to use a little poetic license when remixing the covers of old songs. This very old song by Jim Reeves is called Silver Bells and on the original cover we see Gentleman Jim (as he was apparently known) in a Holiday setting. In the remix we see a babe also in a Holiday setting but it seems that unlike Mr Reeves who has a jacket to keep him warm, all she has are Silver Balls. OK, so they're not bells, but use your imagination. We did. Dreamy!
No remix as such here as Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer has been covered by so many artists, but none of them have produced a cover for their version. This cover is therefore a generic version that can be used on any of the versions you might have in your music library. In it we see someone who has been doing their college art homework and has taken an unusual approach to modelling Rudolph. They have cut out pieces of what must be felt to produce the antlers and as for the nose, well more felt and a red bauble. The best part is the canvas they have used. The question that remains unanswered is whether the canvas took the artwork out to a Christmas party with her, or whether she just stayed at home. We think Rudolph would have encouraged her to head out. Shiny!
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A compilation of funky and soulful holiday hits, Santa's Funk And Soul Party is just another holiday hopeful hijacking the season to sell some stock. Sorry, alliteration attack. Anyhow, the original cover shows what even Santa would regard as a rather slim party. Just two people, and still wearing their scarves and coats despite appearing to be indoors. In the remixmas we see a group of babes who are all dressed for the office party. The AllBum.Art office party that is! Photocopier!
Album Covers, Albums Of The 2000s, Special Remixes, Christmas Crackers, Busty, High Heels, Not Safe For WorkThe original cover for this 2005 album from jazz songstress Diana Krall shows us Ms Krall lounging on a chair in a flowing green dress. Whilst her dress may have a vague resemblance to a Christmas tree, there is nothing overtly seasonal about the cover at all. On the remix we see a different babe who is also lounging, though on a stool rather than a chair. And she is a picture of festiveness. Actually, she's quite a picture altogether. And almost in the altogether too. Holiday!
Album Covers, Albums Of The 2000s, Special Remixes, Christmas Crackers, Fantasy & Cosplay, Not Safe For WorkOne of those albums that contains lots of different tracks by different artists remixed by different people, brought together under a single cover. Verve Remixed Christmas is a holiday take on some old classics, giving them an up to date feel. Which is what we have done with the cover. Whilst the remixed cover maintains its link with Christmas by the nicely decorated tree in the background, it breaks from tradition by having a topless tattooed goth with spiky hair standing in front of the tree. Mixology!
Would you credit it? Two days in a row and two pieces of cover artwork whose title is Feels Like Christmas. Today's comes from soul legend Al Green. The original cover of this compilation of Mr Green singing holiday songs shows none other than Mr Green himself but despite the (pink) snowflakes, doesn't really scream of Christmas feeling. In the remix we see a babe sitting in front of a Christmas tree, and what she is feeling does scream Christmas, in fact it screams a lot. Festive!
The original cover artwork for Feels Like Christmas by The Feeling, does have a bit of a Christmas feel to it, largely because of the various Christmas-related items such as a tree and some presents, and even a rather spooky looking carved wooden reindeer/bat effigy. In the remix we find one hot babe who is doing a bit of feeling, and to her, what she has in her hand, definitely feels like Christmas. Can we have a go now please? Roundel!
This song is so old, it doesn't have proper original cover art. Presents For Christmas by Solomon Burke dates back to a time when printing was expensive and so the only cover was the middle of the 7 inch single itself. We've extrapolated this to form a more modern cover. Then we've remixed it to form an even more modern cover in which there are actually some presents for Christmas. Some of the presents are in boxes and wrapped up. One, though, is largely unwrapped. Thorough!