(Source: themaninthegreenshirt, via sheilastansbury)

Paul Pederson, Musical Portrait, LP cover, 1977
Source: Project Thirty-Three

Paul Pederson, Musical Portrait, LP cover, 1977

Source: Project Thirty-Three

The Mills Bros. Sing, LP cover, 1960
Source: Project Thirty-Three

The Mills Bros. Sing, LP cover, 1960

Source: Project Thirty-Three

Chicago Style Jazz, LP cover”Cover art: Ben Shahn

Chicago Style Jazz, LP cover”
Cover art: Ben Shahn

Stan Getz, At the Shrine, LP coverIllustration: David Stone Martin

Stan Getz, At the Shrine, LP cover
Illustration: David Stone Martin

Peggy Connelly, LP cover

Peggy Connelly, LP cover

Rock the Vote: Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.

For the month of October, we’ll be doing a daily series of posts featuring some of the most memorable politicians from the 1950s, 60s, and early 70s. You can see many cool additional images at Boom Underground.

Keep the Faith, Baby! LP cover, 1967

Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. was U.S Congressman from New York City from 1945-71.

Monsterpalooza 2012: Bride of Frankenstein

We’re doing a joint post during October with our friends David Cowles and Jesse Marinoff Reyes, celebrating 31 great monsters. We’ll have a new comic, book, or magazine cover every day, and David and Jesse will have lots more photos, posters, and graphic collectibles.

The Brides of Funkenstein, Funk or Walk, LP cover (1978)

See more Bride of Frankenstein graphic goodies from David Cowles and Jesse Marinoff Reyes.

Rock the Vote: George Wallace

For the month of October, we’ll be doing a daily series of posts featuring some of the most memorable politicians from the 1950s, 60s, and early 70s. You can see many cool additional images at Boom Underground.

George and Lurleen Wallace Souvenir Album (this was a campaign item when Lurleen was running for Alabama governor)

Source: LP Cover Lover

George Wallace was Governor of Alabama from 1963-67, 1971-79, and 1983-87. In 1968 he ran for President as the candidate of the American Independent Party and won almost 10 million votes. While campaigning for the Democratic nomination for President in 1972 he was shot in an assassination attempt.

Rock the Vote: Carl Stokes

For the month of October, we’ll be doing a daily series of posts featuring some of the most memorable politicians from the 1950s, 60s, and early 70s. You can see many cool additional images at Boom Underground.

The Mayor and the People-Carl B. Stokes / A Black Suite for String Quartet and Jazz Orchestra by Oliver Nelson (1970)
One side of this album was a press conference held by Stokes, the other side featured music by Oliver Nelson

Carl Stokes was the mayor of Cleveland, Ohio, from 1968-71. When he was elected he became the first African-American mayor of a major American city. After two terms he moved to New York City, where he became that city’s first African-American TV anchorman, at WNBC-TV.