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As to the above examples, I'm speechless! Maybe I've lived a protected life. smile


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Originally Posted by QuasiUnaFantasia
As to the above examples, I'm speechless! Maybe I've lived a protected life. smile

I’ve also led a protected life— these are great! 😊


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The wicked witch is terrified of rain? ha
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Are those actually real album covers, Animisha?! I can hardly believe it! And I thought the OP's photo was pretty goofy! crazy grin


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just google "bad classical album covers" and you will see these - and many more. My eyes!...

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I remember shopping for LPs IRL and how much I liked to come across goofy and/or seriously arty album covers. The Westminster Gold series was especially wild and entertaining.

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Originally Posted by Sam S
just google "bad classical album covers" and you will see these - and many more. My eyes!...

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I did that. Oh my. My eyes cannot unsee....going to have nightmares for sure!
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I guess this one is only slightly disturbing
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Schubert in a funhouse mirror? What's the point?

By the way, once you get past the album cover, Graffman's playing (pre-injury) is magnificent.

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Originally Posted by Adagiette
Are those actually real album covers, Animisha?! I can hardly believe it! And I thought the OP's photo was pretty goofy! crazy grin

Yes, to the best of my knowledge! smile


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