This Hub-Page explores the Beatles first full-length album Please Please Me which was a UK release on Parlophone Records in 1963.
In This Hub-Page We Journey Through Four Decades Of Album Art by Graphic Designer Roger Dean Also Including Record Label Art and Logo Designs and More.
On This Hub-Page We Explore the Vinyl Record Releases from the Pop Culture Phenomenon Known as Star Wars. - "May The Force Be With You"
This Hub-Page Explores the Edison Flat Disc Record Which Were Proprietary To the Edison Talking Machines In the Day and Needed a Special Diamond Tip Needle To Play.
This Hub-Page Traces the Roots Of the Album Cover from Its Humble Beginnings Of A Clumsy Brown Wrapper Into A Pop Culture Phenomenon, Adding To the Consumer Experience.
In This Hub We Explore Collecting Vinyl Which Is a Journey On To It's Own To Obtain the Hidden Masterpieces Locked Away In the Attics and Basements Around the Globe.
This article shows the evolution of music from vinyl records to CDs to mp3s and other digital forms of music. Is vinyl making a comeback?
The Beatles memorabilia is some of the most sought after - and there's one album that trumps the others in value - the "Butcher" album. The cover had ripped off dolls' heads and was recalled. Do you have one?
In this Hub-Page we explore Led Zeppelins' final studio album "In Through the Out Door" which has 6 variant album covers and was created in 1979 by design team Hipgnosis.
This Hub is a photo log of pop artist Andy Warhol's jazz album covers created in the mid to late 50's