The Blues Album Cover Art

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Graham Marsh, Barrie Lewis
Collins & Brown, 1996 - Blues (Music) - 112 pages
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Pre-Second World War, recordings of blues singers were almost invariably offered to the public as folk music. The first serious album of black blues music was Sam Charter’s 'The Country Blues' which came out in 1959. 'The Blues Album Cover Art' offers a selection of the best cover albums from over 70 record companies, from the late 1950s onwards. Features hundred of full-colour album covers from legends such as John Lee Hooker, Smokey Hogg, Lowell Fulson, Floyd Dixon, Howlin' Wolf, T-Bone Walker, Memphis Slim, Jimmy Rushing, Muddy Waters, Joe Turner, B B King, Champion Jack Dupress, Otis Spann, and many more.

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About the author (1996)

Graham Marsh is a graphic designer who has already collaborated with Tony Nourmand on Film Posters of the 50s, the 60s, the 70s as well as Hitchcock Poster Art.

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