Pull Up to the Bumper  

From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
Revision as of 11:06, 15 October 2009
Jahsonic (Talk | contribs)

← Previous diff
Current revision
Jahsonic (Talk | contribs)

Line 1: Line 1:
{{Template}} {{Template}}
-''[[Nova Classic 02]]'' is the first volume in the [[Nova Classics]] series of [[compilation]] CDs published by [[Radio Nova (France)|Radio Nova]] in [[2001]]. 
-Tracklisting+"'''Pull Up to the Bumper'''" was the second single released by [[Grace Jones]] from her critically-acclaimed 1981 album ''[[Nightclubbing]]'' and has since come to be one of Jones' [[signature song|signature tunes]]. The song was co-written by Jones herself, [[Sly Dunbar]], Dana Mano and [[Robbie Shakespeare]].
 + 
 +The song was also recorded for Jones' ''[[A One Man Show]]'' in 1982, and two [[music video]]s were produced: one a live version of the song; and another the studio version containing images included from the film ''[[Koyaanisqatsi]]''.
 + 
 +==12" versions==
 +Over the years, "Pull Up to the Bumper" has been [[remix|remixed]] several times. The original [[12-inch single]] featured the unedited album master recording as an extended mix of 6m45s. An extended dub version lasting 7m17s was included as the B-side on the 12-inch release of Jones' "[[Walking in the Rain]]"; this version can be found on the [[Universal Music Group|Universal Music]] compilation CD ''12"/80s''. The "Walking in the Rain" 7" single also had an alternate dub mix as the B-side, called "Peanut Butter" and credited to ''The Compass Point All Stars''. A third extended 12" mix entitled "Party Version" was released on the 1981 "[[Feel Up]]" 12" single. In 1985 the track was again remixed and re-released to promote the ''[[Island Life]]'' compilation, and was released in two different 12" mixes, one an extended mix with additional keyboard overdubs and remix by Paul "Groucho" Smykle, the other an eight-minute megamix entitled "Musclemix" which included excerpts from tracks like "Warm Leatherette", "Walking In The Rain", "Use Me", "Love Is The Drug" and "Slave To The Rhythm". Many of these mixes remain unreleased on CD.
 + 
-1. [[Kiss]] ([[Edson Cordeiro]]) 2. [[Billie Jean]]( [[Shinehead]]) 3. [[Feelin' Good]] ([[Pat Bowie]] & [[Charles McPherson]]) 4. [[Poverty's Paradise]] (The [[24-Carat Black]]) 5. [[Renaissance]] ([[All Natural & Lone Catalyst]]) 6. [[Darkest Day]] ([[Nemo]]) 7. [[Beads, Things & Flowers]] ([[Humble Souls]]) 8. [[Pull Up To The Bumper]] ([[Grace Jones]]) 9. [[Underwater Love]] ([[Smoke City]]) 10. [[Heroes]] ([[Roni Size]] & Reprazent) 11. [[Can You Feel It]] ([[Fingers Inc.]]) 12. [[Makin' A Living]] ([[The African Dream]]) 13. [[To The Establishment]] ([[Lou Bond]])  
{{GFDL}} {{GFDL}}

Current revision

Related e

Wikipedia
Wiktionary
Shop


Featured:

Kunstformen der Natur (1904) by Ernst Haeckel
Enlarge
Kunstformen der Natur (1904) by Ernst Haeckel

"Pull Up to the Bumper" was the second single released by Grace Jones from her critically-acclaimed 1981 album Nightclubbing and has since come to be one of Jones' signature tunes. The song was co-written by Jones herself, Sly Dunbar, Dana Mano and Robbie Shakespeare.

The song was also recorded for Jones' A One Man Show in 1982, and two music videos were produced: one a live version of the song; and another the studio version containing images included from the film Koyaanisqatsi.

12" versions

Over the years, "Pull Up to the Bumper" has been remixed several times. The original 12-inch single featured the unedited album master recording as an extended mix of 6m45s. An extended dub version lasting 7m17s was included as the B-side on the 12-inch release of Jones' "Walking in the Rain"; this version can be found on the Universal Music compilation CD 12"/80s. The "Walking in the Rain" 7" single also had an alternate dub mix as the B-side, called "Peanut Butter" and credited to The Compass Point All Stars. A third extended 12" mix entitled "Party Version" was released on the 1981 "Feel Up" 12" single. In 1985 the track was again remixed and re-released to promote the Island Life compilation, and was released in two different 12" mixes, one an extended mix with additional keyboard overdubs and remix by Paul "Groucho" Smykle, the other an eight-minute megamix entitled "Musclemix" which included excerpts from tracks like "Warm Leatherette", "Walking In The Rain", "Use Me", "Love Is The Drug" and "Slave To The Rhythm". Many of these mixes remain unreleased on CD.





Unless indicated otherwise, the text in this article is either based on Wikipedia article "Pull Up to the Bumper" or another language Wikipedia page thereof used under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License; or on original research by Jahsonic and friends. See Art and Popular Culture's copyright notice.

Personal tools