Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by crispi, May 30, 2011.
Original (rough) photo for Sir Paul's first album.
I know that's John's foot, but every time I see this picture I imagine that George has suffered a horrific shin bone fracture.
Van Halen Women And Children First
It looks like there was a lot of outlining and etching done in the pre-press department(s) on this image.
From the back cover of the album. Not to show cropped/uncropped, but color vs black and white (or perhaps duotone or even tritone?). Ed's pink jumpsuit looks... well it's something. I'm glad the art director didn't go with a color image on the back cover. I don't know the real reason why, but maybe they saved money by printing the same colors for both front and back cover, as opposed to paying for 4/c process just for one image on the back cover.
My favorite thing about this is that it's even clearer that Eddie is wearing velcro sneakers. I also had velcro shoes around this same time, but I had the excuse of being 9 years old.
"Come Float With Me"
after the goldrush, nash looks on
Full back cover to The Velvet Underground White Light/White Heat. The band at The Boston Tea Party.
Photograph (of Joe Spencer's skull tattoo) by Billy Name, used for the front cover of The Velvet Underground's White Light/White Heat.
(From billy name photo of Joe Spencer's tattoo )
I see some photos are missing from my post (Uncropped versions of album cover photographs ), so here's an updated list because I see it makes some interest for people
Thanks! Maybe post the original covers as well? Or, at least, the name of the album in question. I have no idea what those are, save for the first one.
Ok, those are Rage Against the Machine s/t, The Doors - Bright Midnight Sampler (if I'm not mistaken it was released mirrored, so both cover and uncropped versions should be mirrored to resemble "real" look) and Metallica - Load.
LOAD it was!!! I thought it was vaguely familiar. Now I know why
this is obviously not the actual shot used for the cover but....
Released on the same label as Badfinger, here's the uncropped version of Mary Hopkin's "Let My Name Be Sorrow" single from 1971.
King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King
The title of the full painting is "Tuppence for a 'shocker,' gov'nor?"
Not exactly uncropped but interesting to see the inspiration just the same.
It had never occurred to me that the two images are part of the same painting!
Where did you find this?
On this site:
In The Court Of The Crimson King : 知らなかった！実は見開きだったあの名作アルバムジャケット - NAVER まとめ
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