Glad ‘Hump Day’ everybody.
When you’re feeling in want of some mid-week smooooooth, sweeeeet seduction, we have got you coated. Truly, no, we do not, we’re however meek and humble servants of The One With Horns, however Invoice McClintock? Mash-up Maestro McClintock? He is bought you coated.
We make no no bones right here about our appreciation of McClintock’s splendidly inventive, generally dangerously left-field, sonic surgical procedure, and the person has pulled off one other triumph right here, (metaphorically) welding collectively Peaches and Herb’s 1978 disco shimmer-boogie hit Shake Your Groove Factor, Aerosmith’s Dude (Appears to be like Like a Woman), the lead single from 1987’s wonderful Everlasting Trip album, and The Isley Brothers’ Who’s That Woman from 1964.
Come on in, the (sound) waves are pretty…
For extra McClintock magic, simply go to his YouTube channel. Curious to listen to how Black Sabbath may sound collaborating with Wham!? So was Geezer Butler. Fancy listening to Judas Priest fronted by James Brown or the aural offspring of Prince and Slayer? You recognize the place to go.
Really, it is Invoice McClintock’s world, we simply stay in it.