After the other days horror show of an album cover I thought I would share this:
See that’s much better a classic example of early 70’s folk-rock album cover, and the first example I think of the lost art of the folk-concept album. It is a truly dour picture though to go with the story of the man they could not hang.
The inner gatefold is even better:
Complete with a copy of the John Lee story inserted to brighten the day.
To round things off the quartet of Steeleye Span albums in preparation for the gig at the Triple Door in Seattle.
As you can see they all fade into the carpet in a lovely way, except for Rocket Cottage which may be one of those awful album covers that are best hidden away. Sepia was obviously the chosen tone of the 70’s folk-rock band as they folderol and hey nonny non their way through life.
Don’t get me wrong Babbacombe Lee and at least Hark the Village Wait are classics of the genre and Below The Salt and Now We Are Six deserve honorable mentions and Rocket Cottage has The Wombles connection in Mike Batt.
Anyway there you have it my ramblings for the day and tomorrow we hike.