Butcher Brown has shared their performance of The Jackson 5‘s “All I Do Is Think of You” as part of the Virginia-based funk/jazz fusion band’s Mothership Mondays YouTube cover series.

The new video, shared on Monday morning, hears the band groove their way through the song first released by The Jackson 5 in 1975 as the B-side to the single “Forever Came Today”. Butcher Brown even found a way to incorporate the use of a Danelectro Baby Sitar to capture the nasally, slightly-psychedelic guitar sounds heard in the original recording.

The band also managed to weave in some recognizable J Dilla melodies during the video in tribute to the late rapper/producer.

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Watch the band perform the song from their respective remote locations via the colorful video below.

Butcher Brown – “All I Do Is Think of You” (The Jackson 5 Cover)

[Video: Butcher Brown]

Butcher Brown celebrated the release of their #KingButch studio album last September, which was deservingly included on Live For Live Music‘s list of Best Psychedelia Albums Of 2020.