YESTERDAY’S PAPERS [COVERART #43]

pair News TullIMG_3017

IMG_3413IMG_3019

IMG_3408

*

“Yesterday’s Papers” by The Rolling Stones [1967]

*

CoverArt Pair #29

Jethro Tull – Thick As A Brick [Chrysalis, 1972]  /  Frances Faye – Caught In The Act, Volume 2 [GNP, 1959]

CoverArt Pair #38

Howard Roberts “Guilty!!” [EMI 1967]  /  Elvis Presley “The Memphis Record” [RCA 1987]

CoverArt Pair #40

The Rasberries – Rasberries’ Best  [Capitol 1976]  /  The Hawking Brothers – Special Edition  [Crest mid-1970s]

CoverArt Pair #41

Cliff Richard – Good News [EMI 1967]  /  Sweet Honey in the Rock – Good News [Flying Fish 1981]

CoverArt Pair #39

Tom Waits – Heartattack and Vine [Asylum, 1980]  /  Various Artists – Red White & Blue (Grass) Pickin’ Up! [General Recording Corporation, 1975]

*

Thought this series was worth a précis.

*

 

 

 

9 comments

  1. The Prudent Groove · · Reply

    These look great all lined up! Would make for pleasing desktop wallpaper.

    Like

    1. ‘Twould. Except that I just know I’d keep losing files amongst the newspaper type.

      Like

  2. Lego time 😉

    Like

    1. Now those covers in digitised Lego would be rather tricky, methinks. For advanced de-pixelisers only!

      Like

  3. So does that mean only 1/2 the connection? That’s pants!

    Like

  4. Think I’ve read “The Raspberries” the most out of all of them. They are always sweet & poppy and easy on the ears.

    Like

    1. Had you logged as a fellow power pop aficionado, so no surprises there!

      Like

  5. […] having been a while since a newspaper cover post, here are four […]

    Like

  6. […] More newspaper album covers here […]

    Like

Comments and responses welcome for all posts: present or past. Go on, join in!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: