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Gothic No. 545 and Century Expanded. Sleeve designed by Saul Bass in 1956 via @jubaloo_

“Gothic No. 545 and Century Expanded. Sleeve designed by Saul Bass in 1956. #FontSunday @DesignMuseum @Theo_Inglis”

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“archived! $ 755 | Thelonious Monk Qnts Andy Warhol Cover Laminated Prestige 1958 Orig. #vinyl https://t.co/WZP59OkISQ”

Never even heard this LP by Stan Getz and Bill Evans, but what a glorious piece of graphic design the cover is!

Never even heard this LP by Stan Getz and Bill Evans, but what a glorious piece of graphic design the cover is!

Freddy Hubbard - Hub Tones vinyl reissue from legendary Blue Note Records. Music Matters Jazz creates high quality audiophile vinyl Blue Note recordings.

One of the greatest trumpeters of all time, Freddie Hubbard emerged on Blue Note in the early 1960s. Originally inspired by Lee Morgan, Clifford Brown and Miles Davis, Hubbard soon had his own sound, a virtuosic style, and an exuberant solo approach that always found him taking wild chances and creating thrilling music.At the time that Hubbard recorded Hub-Tones in 1962, he had recently become a member of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers. He teams up with altoist-flutist James Spaulding for the…

Fantastic LP cover by pantuniestal, via Flickr

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Whipped Worf & Other Delights

Here's a blast from the Internet past: In 2005 Shane Nickerson held a contest for album covers inspired by everyone's favorite Klingon Lieutenant Commander. Just remember we're not looking for the best, here - we're looking for the Worfst. Wah. Wah. Wahhhh. (Via)

Modern Jazz Quartet   Label: Prestige 170   10" LP 1954   Design: Don Schlitten

The album cover design and jazz photography on the Prestige and New Jazz labels. Notes and pictures from the Birka Jazz Archive