Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by groundharp, Feb 16, 2019.
Anthony Phillips - The Geese & The Ghost (1977)
黒色すみれ (Kokusyoku Sumire) - Alice In The Underground
Does this count?
If it does, there's also Crown of Creation - Jefferson Airplane.
The Harvest logo, bottom left corner.
Mingus Oh Yeah
As OP, I deem this counts. It is called a mushroom cloud after all.
But the Michael Jackson and Syd Barrett covers do NOT count as anything other than threadcraps in this thread.
Somebody had some night terrors after watching HR Pufnstuf on hallucinogens.
Sorry, that's a peen not a shroom.
Potliquor ~ Louisiana Rock & Roll (1972)
Potliquor - Louisiana Rock & Roll
Did no one catch the pun?
(Does this "Count"?)
Those two "things" next to the "G" and "D" are mushrooms. Perhaps meant to symbolize genitalia (let's NOT open that can of worms), but still definitely mushrooms.
Speaking of symbolism, here are mushrooms symbolizing tuning machines:
Time To Get It Together
Too many other Smurf-related LPs to post...
And this 3-LP set of Kiss' first few albums.
Somehow I wonder if all three pics of the atomic bomb are from the same location.^^
"Early One Morning" Irish prog album from the band Mushroom
Let's only have one example of each record-label-with-mushroom design, to avoid multiple releases with the same artwork.
Here's another example of mushroom label art for you:
Duster Bennett - Fingertips
I couldn't think of any! Then I wondered maybe something by Toadstool The Wet Sprocket?
Netherlands band - actually quite a good album, kind of like Fairport Convention sounding
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