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.
Artist: Burt Bacharach Title: What’s New Pussycat? Year: 1965 Label: United Artists Cover Artist: Frank Frazetta
The holy trinity of kids’ cool circa 1976 consisted of
Artist: Jimmy McGriff Title: Groove Grease Year: 1971 Label: Groove Merchant Album Art: Daniel Cooper-Bey Photography: Chuck Stewart For more great sleeves, visit the Cheesecake Album Cover Gallery.
Online shopping is convenient, but I’m really going to miss stores.
Artist: Roy Harper Title: HQ Year: 1975 Label: Chrysalis For more great sleeves, visit the The Hipgnosis Album Cover Gallery.
Dimple Records just closed its doors after 40 years in Sacramento.