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Album Cover Art Wednesday: Batman Soundtrack

I still have the Bright Knight on my mind. Here’s more evidence of that:

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Album Cover Art Wednesday: Jim Kweskin's America

Jim Kweskin was a respected folkie in the Sixties. He got involved with a semi-cult in Boston that was founded by the harmonica player in his Jug Band, … 164 more words

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Album Cover Art Wednesday: Blue Oyster Cult

Blue Oyster Cult is one of the best band names ever. Their cover art was always pretty darn good as well. Here’s a sampler in chronological order for a change. 31 more words

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INSIDE THE DELICIOUSLY DEVILISH MIND OF ARTIST WILLIAM SCHAFF: AN INTERVIEW

For a number of years, Rhode Island-based artist William Schaff has been producing album cover art — a name which I feel doesn’t quite do it justice — for such bands as Okkervil River, Songs: Ohia, and Godspeed You! 929 more words

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Album Cover Art Wednesday: In Our Lifetime

In Our Lifetime was Marvin Gaye’s sixteenth and last Motown/Tamla album. It came at  a low point for the artist commercially, personally, and artistically. It represented something of an artistic comeback. 138 more words

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Album Cover Art Wednesday: Graham Central Station

Larry Graham is one of the best bassists of all-time. He started off with Sly and the Family Stone but got tired of  working with the band’s brilliant but unreliable leader. 109 more words

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Album Cover Art Wednesday: Abandoned Luncheonette

Abandoned Luncheonette was the Other Dynamic Duo’s third album. It was *not* their commercial breakthrough but features the song She’s Gone, which would go on to be a hit, just not in 1973. 279 more words

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