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As usual, what comes to mind are the good ones. If I remember some turkeys, ie records that I keep playing despite their terrible covers, I'll be back to report them.
World Circuit takes a lot of trouble with its sleeves and usually gets it right. The picture of Ali Farka Toure on the cover of his posthumous Savane was marvellous, and would have probably been sensational on a 12 x 12 vinyl album.
4. Cover that best reflected the music within.
6. Album you bought on the strength of its interesting cover and weren't disappointed.
Chris Potts wrote:Sekouba Bambino's Sinikan is a rare example of a WM album with a striking cover, and those ain't techno-wires Charlie they're old nails driven into some found wood or sculpture
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