I’m pretty excited about this new remix by Dave Aude however. It takes the cheekiness of the original recording (from Ono’s 2001 album Blueprint For A Sunrise) and covers it with joyous dancefloor sincerity and sleaze (not necessarily opposing forces in my opinion). Whereas most of the other Ono remixes opt for drowning out Yoko in favor of 4-to-the-floor one-offs and subsequently losing much of her soulful, humorous nuances in the translation, this remix feels like a cross-generational conversation on desire and longing. But you can hear for yourself!
check out the original reggae-heavy song below:
ONO - I’m Not Getting Enough (2001)
and the Blow-Up reworking of Everyman Has A Woman Who Loves Him, queered and retitled:
BLOW UP - Everyman Everywoman (2007)
and if you’re still “not getting enough,” check out the animated video for:
ONO - Walking On Thin Ice (Pet Shop Boys Remix) (2003)