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#42: The Mysterious Fazzio
The Crown label was a budget label with all the production done on the cheap. The covers were thin and fell apart immediately and the vinyl was the worst imaginable. However, in spite of all that, the label had some cache. They released a lot of blues, with some on colored vinyl, and had a run of stylized album covers by an artist simply called "Fazzio." He did 47 covers in 1963-64, and then disappeared. According to "Both Sides Now," his technique was to start with a photograph and then soften it. The Crown label is easy to find and collect. BTW, nobody ever describes the vinyl as mint, even when it's unplayed! The last cover is a Fazzio cover on the Everest label...who knew?

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1990s tribute cover by The Phantom Surfers



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