Both Feet In The Groove. One Foot In The Groove. What Is This Thing Called Love?
Im Glad There Is You. Its You Or No One. Everyone knows about The Velvet Underground & Nico cover or the Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers, but Warhol actually designed more than 50 album covers over the course of his career.For the most part (3 out of the 4 albums in each box) have never been reissued on vinyl, and a few have also never been issued on CD, making this box set your only chance to own these Warhols. Through these covers, we can also see the evolution of Warhols blotted ink style, which would become a hallmark of his later work. The flowers on Johnny Griffins The Congregation, on the other hand, are an early example of his Flowers prints of the following decade. The calligraphic writing employed on some of the albums was done by Warhols mother. Her distinct handwriting would grace many of her sons works over the years. Featuring: Artie Shaw "Both Feet In The Groove" (1956), Johnny Griffin "The Congregation" (1957), Moondog "The Story Of Moondog" (1957) and Kenny Burrell "Blue Light" (1958) 5LP's in a Lift Top Box, Machine numbered and Limited to 500 Copies. The item "Various Andy Warhol's Jazz Album Covers Vol. 2 Vinyl 5LP Box Set 356/500 NEW" is in sale since Wednesday, September 6, 2017.
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