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    FAVORITE ALBUM COVERS

    As the search function is currently disabled, I'm not sure if we've done this before. Anyway, please share some of your most loved album art.

    Always dug the understated insanity of Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here.



    Roger Dean has many classic record covers in the 70s, here are two of my favorites:




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    Blind Faith.

    You know the one. Chick holding the airplane. I can't post it here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chesapeakejet View Post
    Blind Faith.

    You know the one. Chick holding the airplane. I can't post it here.
    Classic. Great thought, my friend. here it is. Since it's art, I assume the nudity is okay. Looks like a guy, anyway.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    As the search function is currently disabled, I'm not sure if we've done this before. Anyway, please share some of your most loved album art.

    Always dug the understated insanity of Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here.


    I've always liked that album cover myself. I actually own the vinyl album.

    Of course it would be silly not to mention the Sgt. Pepper album cover



    My son loves Elton John and when I got the Mr. Fantastic album, he stared at the cover for days:



    Lastly, this Van Halen one I saw at an art show of album covers and really liked:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    Since it's art, I assume the nudity is okay. Looks like a guy, anyway.
    Sound reasoning. Are you also a lawyer?

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    Perfection in its simplicity. Totally captured the Allmans and the era.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post
    Sound reasoning. Are you also a lawyer?
    Why you ask? Looking for one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    As the search function is currently disabled, I'm not sure if we've done this before. Anyway, please share some of your most loved album art.

    Always dug the understated insanity of Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here.


    Nice choice.

    Here is another. One of my faves:


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    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post
    Sound reasoning. Are you also a lawyer?
    LOL. Seriously, I don't see the difference in posting album art or a nude painting from a recognized fine arts master.

    These T-Rex albums really captured Bolan and his influence as the "father of glam rock".






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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsFanInDenver View Post
    Nice choice.

    Here is another. One of my faves:
    Its hard to find a crappy Pink Floyd album cover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy® View Post
    3D

    Brilliant choice, Timmy.

    I loved Roxy Music, especially the album covers for obvious reasons. The mermaid in the second one--and apropos of Timmy's posting--is Mick Jagger's former squeeze, Jerry Hall. She was Bryan Ferry's gal pal at the time. Whatever happened to Ferry? He was great.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    LOL. Seriously, I don't see the difference in posting album art or a nude painting from a recognized fine arts master.

    These T-Rex albums really captured Bolan and his influence as the "father of glam rock".
    Ummm Mr. Bowie may have a problem with statement.

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    Black Crowes - Amorica



    Ween - Chocolate and Cheese


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    the hairy armpits always stopped my dead in my tracks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peebag View Post
    Ummm Mr. Bowie may have a problem with statement.
    It was Bowie who called Marc this. Bowie and Bolan were friends who, as dead broke aspiring rock wannabees, would rip off clothes from Saville Row dumpsters from which to make their stage outfits. Bowie looked up to Bolan for his fashion sense and visionary (glam) approach to rock performance.

    Classic Bowie cover:


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