Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Pablo Cruise: "Worlds Away"

Released in 1978,
this was Pablo Cruise's fourth (4th) album.

This was also their most successful recording
in terms of total sales,
due mostly to the huge hit
"Love Will Find a Way."

Read more about Pablo Cruise HERE.

Art Direction: Roland Young
Design: Chuck Beeson
Mirror Etching: Karen Louise Haskins
Photography, Back Cover: Jim McCrary, Aaron Rapoport
Photography, Inner Sleeve: Mark Hanauer

The Atlantics: "Big City Rock"

The Atlantics were a Boston New Wave band.

"Big City Rock" was their debut album,
and the title track the only song
that caught a bit of national attention,

Read a bit more about The Atlantics HERE.

Art Direction/Concept/Design: Stuart Kusher
Photography: Earl Miller
Lettering: Rod Dyer, Inc.

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Tin Huey: "contents dislodged during shipment"

Released in 1979,
this was Tin Huey's third (3rd) studio LP.

Part of the experimental rock scene that has been called "The Akron Sound."

Read more about Tin Huey HERE.

Cover Art: Mike Holmes
Back Cover Photo: Jeff Day
Airbrushing on Back Cover Photo: Stephen Nicol Price

Bee Gees: "Trafalgar"

Released in 1971,
this was the Bee Gees ninth (9th) album.

Includes the hit
"How Can You Mend A Broken Heart?"

Read more about the lives and times of the Bee Gees HERE.

Cover Art: "The Battle of Trafalgar" by Pocock
Inside Liner Photo: Roger Brown
Album Design: Hamish Grimes

Andy Williams: "In the Arms of Love"


Released in 1966,
this is Andy Williams' nineteenth (19th) studio LP.

Read more about Andy Williams' life and career HERE.

Photography: Bob Cato

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Perry Como: "Dream Along With Me"

Released in 1957,
this LP is one of dozens recorded by Perry Como
over the course of his 60+ year career.

Read more about Perry Como HERE.