Folks, this one has it all. Matching outfits, leis, pants up to the belly button, at least three tubes of Brylcreem, a vibraphone (or is it a marimba?), and state of the art photo editing. It’s
I Dig Chicks (Capitol Records ST/T 1193, 1959) is more properly billed to the Jonah Jones Quartet, but I’m not about to quibble. This cover is at once way too on the nose and supremely clever.
It’s been far too long since the last entry in this series, but I had to revive it for this quaint, mid-century beauty. It’s Percy Faith and His Orchestra, North and South of the Border
My 2013 Halloween countdown kicks off with the cover to the 1959 novelty LP, Shock Music in Hi-Fi by the Creed Taylor
The album cover for the Billy Cobham/George Duke Band's "Live" On Tour in Europe is every bit as freaky and funky as the music contained