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Recently Found Art Part 2

Posted by Mr. Chadwick, June 27, 2009 10:10am | Post a Comment


I'm always amused by scribbled out faces on album covers. Was it a small child or a high strung, maladjusted adult? I mean, hating on a Mary Jane Girl for their hotness is one thing, but what did the drummer of the Shondells ever do to you?

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Here are a couple of love messages, evidently one coming from the Artist himself. Below is a quality control stamp; every DJ should have one.





A couple of reviews down below. I'm pretty sure that the Elvis write up is courtesy of man with the last name Nixon. I kick myself for not cataloging all of his rambles, but most of his records were found early on in the store's history and I wasn't shooting photos yet. I beg to differ with both of these reviews-- Elvis was certainly not "treible" and the "He Ain't Heavy" ain't at the top of my Hollies list.













Some TV show library records. The E.T. one ain't such a big deal, but I love the PM Magazine / Eno connection.  It's fairly telling that no one ever bothered to check it out. I'm sure the Al Jarreau and Starship LPs got loaned out heavily though.



A couple of obscure autographs and a couple of warnings at the bottom. I think that the Mothers sticker is what the PMRC should have used as a template. It cuts right to the f**king point. The Tony Alamo stamp is a great find, as it gives a clear cut indicator of just how long the guy has been scamming people!



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