Give the people what they want. Or as the wonderfully named Roman, Juvenal, put it: give ’em “bread and circuses”. Good advice for popularist leaders everywhere.
A couple of requests arose from the last cover pairs post. So today we have doctors and naughty bits.
Three Dog Night “Hard Labour” [Dunhill/ABC 1974]
National Health “National Health” [Esoteric 1977]
Rant: A big round of applause for national health systems. Because every citizen deserves access to quality medical services. That such a basic human right could be framed as ‘political’ is sickening.
Trivia: the cover above (from the VC collection) is the censored version. Here is the original. Any diagnostic comments?
The bottom line: if you were giving birth to an LP, you’d want experts on hand, surely?
Now, talking of bottoms…
Roger Waters “The Pros & Cons of Hitchhiking” [EMI 1984]
Thirsty Moon “You’ll Never Come Back” [Brain 1974]
For aficionados of the derrière, everywhere (but especially in Wales and Ontario).
Factoid: The Waters cover was censored in some territories (Good Morning, Home of the Free!).
Bottom line Bonus: The feature image from the original post.
Brand X – The Plot Thins: A History of Brand X [Virgin 1992]
Apple “An Apple a Day” 
The Jeff Beck Group “Beck-Ola” [EMI 1969]
What was that dietary advice?