Vanilla Fudge Keep Me Hangin On for Huw
Vanilla Fudge Keep Me Hangin On for Huw
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Classic artistic from Munrows Retro, here's what he says about this song ..
'Another monster psychedelic hit, this one from 1967 and 1968. And another of my favorite summer jukebox selections from '68, frequently played. Vanilla Fudge's cover of The Supremes' 1966 hit single did almost as well as the original, peaking at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100. Slowed down considerably, the effect was ultimately much more dynamic. Also, one of the grooviest album covers of the late 60's shows a painting of a female model reclining, her gold colors blending into the album using posterization effects. The album cover simply screams "psychedelic!" In this video we have the lovely model Raphaella McNamara moving from a normal state through various forms of posterization, threshold techniques, and polarization in keeping with the album cover concept. Also the movement is slowed down, in keeping with the musical concept by Vanilla Fudge. The overall effect is eerie, sensual, and dynamic. Although the album was released in August 1967, the single (which was edited down to just under three minutes) did not begin to chart until 1968, debuting at #86 on July 20, 1968 and peaking at #6 on Billboard on August 31 and at #7 on Cash Box on September 14, 1968.'
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Views: 407
Uploaded: 1 year ago
Duration: 06:50
Rate this video
Rating: 5/5 ~ Votes: 6
Videos: 1481
Subscribers: 92
Description
Classic artistic from Munrows Retro, here's what he says about this song ..
'Another monster psychedelic hit, this one from 1967 and 1968. And another of my favorite summer jukebox selections from '68, frequently played. Vanilla Fudge's cover of The Supremes' 1966 hit single did almost as well as the original, peaking at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100. Slowed down considerably, the effect was ultimately much more dynamic. Also, one of the grooviest album covers of the late 60's shows a painting of a female model reclining, her gold colors blending into the album using posterization effects. The album cover simply screams "psychedelic!" In this video we have the lovely model Raphaella McNamara moving from a normal state through various forms of posterization, threshold techniques, and polarization in keeping with the album cover concept. Also the movement is slowed down, in keeping with the musical concept by Vanilla Fudge. The overall effect is eerie, sensual, and dynamic. Although the album was released in August 1967, the single (which was edited down to just under three minutes) did not begin to chart until 1968, debuting at #86 on July 20, 1968 and peaking at #6 on Billboard on August 31 and at #7 on Cash Box on September 14, 1968.'
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Music