Amoeblog

Trees For The Equinox

Posted by Mr. Chadwick, March 20, 2009 12:15am | Post a Comment

Cat Stevens Buddha and the Chocolate Box reord labelsouthland record labelchuck ragan record label
al hurrican mr. saxophone hurricane record labeldesire tree record label
bill gather trio impact record labelbonnie koloc record labelcure never enough palm tree record label
polkas con ernesto guerra del valle record labelpablo cruise part of the game record labelgeroge winston windham hill record label standard design
jimmy buffett coconut telegraph record labelaviva record labellinda waterfall windham hill records alternate label design
hickoids toxic shock cactus desgn labelnew mex record label

Stranded in the Jungle

Posted by Mr. Chadwick, January 28, 2009 12:13pm | Post a Comment
An exotic setting for an album cover is a great way to grab the attention of the record buying public, but it can leave an artist with a bit of a problem. Does the music match up with said exoticism or is this really just another late period Three Dog Night record???

associates Sulk Lp coverBo Grumpus before the war lp coverbrick stoneheart lp cover
shalamar disco gardens lp covercamilo sesto entre amigos lp coveraquarian dream fantasy lp cover
C.D. Band HooDoo VooDoo lp coverHugh Masekela the Americanization of Ooga Boogamorton gould jungle drums lp cover
ian lloyd 1st solo record lp coverhugh masekela if you don't know me by now lp coverj.d. sumner & the stamps green, green grass of home lp cover

Continue reading...

Totally Topless Records!!!

Posted by Mr. Chadwick, May 13, 2008 08:50pm | Post a Comment
No, we're not talking Fausto Papetti here (uh, he's the "Sax Symbol" to those of us in the know).  This gallery is nothin' but skyclad lads from way back- when hanging around in the nude with your bandmate brethren was a way of life...Maybe all those bar bands that clog up the east side of Sunset should start up with this theme for their album covers, being that the four faces mingling (ala Love) thing is kinda way past its prime. I can see it now, nude bearded guys with poorly chosen fedoras hanging around a fire on a hillside. Behold the future retro...






























Continue reading...