We just celebrated Columbus Day in the United States, one of our most contentious holidays.
Artist: The Greatest Show On Earth Title: The Greatest Show On Earth Year: 1975 Label: Harvest For more great sleeves, visit the The Hipgnosis Album Cover Gallery.
“Interview” picture discs were fairly common during the ’80s.
Artist: The Sugar Bears Title: Presenting The Sugar Bears Year: 1971 Label: Big Tree Records Cover Artist: Unknown, presumed in-house art department
Now this one has a couple of stories behind it.
Artist: Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Title: Rhapsody In Blue Year: 1960 Label: RCA Victor Cover Artist/Designer/Photographer: Unknown, presumed in house art department For more great sleeves, visit the Cheesecake […]
Ask any record store veteran around my age when we hit peak vinyl, and he or she will probably say 1985-87.
Artist: The Edgar Broughton Band Title: A Bunch of 45s Year: 1975 Label: Harvest For more great sleeves, visit the The Hipgnosis Album Cover Gallery.
A social media buddy of mine recently proposed that we’ve reached peak vinyl, that purchasing records is now synonymous with investing in baseball cards circa 1991.
David Bowie is legendary for reinventing himself, a trait he shared with his good buddy Iggy Pop.