What Now My Love - Harry Wach - Californian Here I Come (Vinyl, LP, Album)
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Album Reviews Song Reviews. Song Lyrics. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. Listen while you read! Add Comment. Big Spender 2. Can I Touch You There 5. Get The Party Started 6. Get the Party Started radio edit Get the Party Started - Radio Edit Hello He later moved back to New York, where he went into the travel business. Larry Uttal died in Manhattan in November, His son Jai Uttal noted that although he has control of the label's catalogue after the death of his father, he has no tapes or even vinyl, and has no idea where the master tapes are today.
Most CD reissues have been dubbed from vinyl. Reports that the label was sold to EMI in seem to be incorrect, since EMI hasn't reissued the catalogue to any LP. The first Private Stock label far left was brown with black print, the center being a medium brown fading to light brown at the edges. This label was used for the series and the series, and for the first four albums in the series.
The single-LP series far left used the first label, but promotional copies neglected to include the artist's name. The first Peter Lemongello 45 near left was issued on yellow lemon? A promotional 45 was issued both sides mono with one side "with Wolfman Jack" and the other "without Wolfman Jack" near left.
The brown color scheme for commercial records and grey for promo copies was used for both albums and 45s. Starting in January,the label changed to a full color predominantly blue label showing the New York City skyline including the twin towers from the water. Commercial copies were like those shown at far left, while promotional copies had an overprint of "Promotional Copy - Not for Sale" across the buildings, as shown at near left.
Sign in Forgot your password? First name. Last name. View full details. Add to Bag. Outsider gram 1LP. Endtroducing 2LP. Endtroducing 7in. It's the visualization of Black Sabbath's similarly political "War Pigs. Though technically, yes, it's an image of three topless women caked in mud, there's nothing remotely sexualized about this album cover.
Instead, the three main women of post-punk outfit The Slits are portrayed as unflinching tribal warrior women. As Viv Albertine later told The Guardian"We knew, since we had no clothes on, that we had to look confrontational and hard. We didn't want to be inviting the male gaze. If anyone found Lizzo to be a disruptive presence in the music mainstream as a plus-sized woman of color, she made it extremely clear with the Cuz I Love You cover that she wasn't about to let that deter her one bit.
Posing entirely nude on an otherwise blank album cover, she presented herself as the pop superstar she already knew herself to be -- and that the rest of the world would very soon recognize her as. The album art controversy even fed into its advertising campaign, with some ads reading, "The album will last. The sleeve may not. Leading up to her debut album, the genre-blurring FKA Twigs made a name for herself on stunning visuals: music videos, EP covers, and even magazine shoots.
This porcelain-sheen headshot was an exquisite introduction to the wonder of her music. But it's her expression -- and the canted angle of the photo -- that make this so important.
Inrepresentation of black women in pop culture was political LP intentionally or not, and Aretha's quiet, un-posed album cover speaks volumes. Unlike many female pop What Now My Love - Harry Wach - Californian Here I Come (Vinyl of the era, she doesn't smile invitingly at the viewer, attempting to please or impress or even seduce -- she simply exists, exuding confidence and a quiet sense of majesty.
Everything about Springsteen's persona is conveyed in this one image. There's the American flag backdrop, the worn-in jeans, the white T-shirt, and red hat hanging out of his back pocket after a long day of work. The Boss is the epitome of blue collar America on this unforgettable album cover. Janis Joplin's final album, released after her death at age 27, features one of the era's most iconic images.
Joplin drapes herself over a Victoria Era loveseat, decked out in eye-catching San Francisco hippie garb, cradling a drink LP a huge smile. The image is bittersweet: Alcohol reportedly played a role in Joplin's fatal heroin overdose, yet her radiant smile seems to transcend the sadness of the impending tragedy. Featuring a nearly nude Jones in a seemingly superhuman pose, the art was actually a composite of the singer in a series of LP poses, cut-and-pasted together for an unforgettable result.
While this isn't the album that LP the world to Bowie's space-man alter ego, when music fans think of Ziggy Stardust, this is the image they see. The lightning-bolt eye makeup, the red mullet -- this is quintessential Bowie.
Whatever Warhol created for the set was seemingly never used, but his concept of employing a working zipper on an album cover came to fruition on the cover of Sticky Fingers.
With photographs by Warhol focused on the bulging jeans of a still-unidentified male model and graphic design by Craig Braun, the set would earn a Grammy Award nomination for best album cover. Disney's Mickey Mouse shirt parody four decades later only reaffirmed its legend. One of metal's most iconic album covers, Judas Priest's British Steel -- depicting a hand emerging from studded leather holding a razor blade -- is also one of its most fascinating.
How is the hand holding the blade without bleeding? Does this cover capture the moment just before the blood bursts out and covers the blade? While many metal bands would compete to out-gross each other throughout the rest of the '80s, this simple, menacing image outlives them all. Taken from a Mati Klarwein painting he also did the cover for Miles Davis' Bitches Brewthe cover for Santana's Abraxas album is a gorgeously surreal psychedelic feast for the eyes.
Inspired by the Biblical story of the Annunciation, this painting gives us a naked, black Virgin Mary and a red angel with a conga between her legs. One of the priestesses on the back cover also appears on the back cover of his Bitches Brew art.
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