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Album Cover Art Wednesday: The Horn Meets The Hornet

On a break from grubbing for beads in the streets. I saw a local newscaster (I don’t remember who) discussing Super Bowl half-time shows and how at one early Super Bowl the show consisted of a “trumpet player.” That was true, but it was New Orleans’ own Al Hirt who was a much-loved figure in this city until his death in 1999. 158 more words


Album Cover Art Wednesday: Spitfire

Paul Kantner died a week ago, but I still feel like honoring him and the band he initially led, then lost, and finally took back: Jefferson Starship. 174 more words


Album Cover Art Wednesday: R. Crumb

Noted cartoonist Robert Crumb has done a passel of album covers over the years. I’ve already posted his most famous cover, Cheap Thrills, in this space, here are a few more:


Glenn Frey, R.I.P.

Other than posting the cover above, I’m writing this tribute in lieu of Album Cover Art Wednesday, which will return next week. I swore I wasn’t going to write another rock star R.I.P. 508 more words


Album Cover Art Wednesday: Pin Ups

David Bowie tribute week continues with this 1973 album. Pin Ups was the first major zigzag of Bowie’s career. The critics tended to pounce on these so-called covers album even though, in retrospect, this album, along with The Band’s… 249 more words


Featured Artist!

A very talented photographer from England, Tony Murtagh, has been gracious enough to feature my work on his site! It’s amazing when artists work together and share each others talents and resources.  23 more words

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Album Cover Art Wednesday: The Original Soundtrack

Posting the 10cc documentary on Sunday got me thinking about the four albums recorded by 10cc’s original four members, Lol Creme, Kevin Godley, Graham Gouldman, and Eric Stewart. 122 more words