The Monkees took “Daydream Believer” to number one in December 1967, a couple of years before
Artist: Les Baxter With His Chorus and Orchestra Title: Ports of Pleasure Year: 1957 Label: Capitol Cover Artist/Designer/Photographer: Unknown, presumed in house art department For more great sleeves, visit the Cheesecake […]
Some of my earliest musical memories involve cereal boxes.
What the heck is going on with this album cover?
Here’s a cool little Rhino collectible.
Here’s one from the weird albums department. Howard Menger was either a lunatic, an alien contactee, or a first-class grifter, or maybe all three, whatever you prefer. UFO contact is a bit […]
Artist: Bucky Crawford Title: Red, White and the Blues! Year: 1962 Label: Mount Vernon Music Cover Design: Burt Portnoy For more great sleeves, visit the Cheesecake Album Cover Gallery.
Who Are You is the last essential Who album. Don’t get me wrong: It’s Hard has some good stuff on it, and Face Dances is–well, it’s Face Dances. Endless Wire, released in […]
His was a career known for its creativity, but even the great David Bowie had a creative peak. Some might argue that Bowie’s finest work happened during the years he collaborated with […]
Artist: Knightsbridge Strings Title: (Big Beat) Year: 196-? Label: Riverside Album Design: Ken Deardoff Photographer: Frederic Smith For more great sleeves, visit the Cheesecake Album Cover Gallery.