FAT CHICK COVER ALBUM NOW HAS AN ALBUM COVER WITH A FAT CHICK
And thar she is in all her full-bodied glory!
The cover was done by Les Toil, whose trademark “big girl” style kinda reminds me of Coop. Comments Toil on the cover, “Passive and subtle were never qualities that attracted me to rock & roll. Apparently the same can be said for my appreciation of the opposite sex. I want a fat bottomed girl. A whole lotta Rosie. A big-legged woman who does (or doesn’t) have soul. In other words, I want a whole lotta love!”
As previously reported, Whole Lotta Love: An All-Star Tribute to Fat Chicks is an homage to the fine bigger-bottomed ladies of rock n’ roll, and will feature covers of like-minded tunes such as Queen’s “Fat Bottomed Girls,” AC/DC’s “Whole Lotta Rosie,” Spinal Tap’s “Big Bottom,” Poison’s “Unskinny Bop” and more, played by an all-star cast of musicians.
Can we get an “amen” for the lovers of full-bodied chicks in the e-room? Amen! As many commenters pointed out the last time I ran a story about this compilation, there’s definitely a difference between “fat” and “full-bodied.” It’s unfortunate that this comp’s creators have chosen to use the former when they really mean the latter, but I guess the word “fat” catches your attention. Whole Lotta Love will come out August 31st, and is sure to spark the ire of skinny girl-lovers worldwide!