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Yes, there was more than just the cover for "Cheap Thrills".
For a few more tidbits -- see link. Be sure to click on The Complete Record Cover Collection and watch the video.
"For a nominal service fee,
you can reach nirvana tonight."
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the Graphic Novel section of the store. That cracked me up, as graphic is a perfect word to describe this book and his illustrations. I put it on my Xmas list. His Cheap Suit Serenaders LPs look tame compared to the rest of his work.
Thanks for tickling my fancy with this!
The gear that sounds the best to you, is the best.........................to you.
Thanks, I love the R. Crumb and the Cheap Suit Serenaders stuff. The documentary is excellent as well!
What does this have to do with vinyl other than he listened to records?
He made vinyl records as well as collecting and preserving early 78s.
You get a look at his large record collection when he has to deal to having it moved from California to his new home in France, and I think he also discusses his musical tastes and record collecting hobby at one point. After the Joplin cover, the Rolling Stones offered him $100,000 to do one for them, but he refused.
"Crumb" is one of my all time fave documentaries. He's a nut for old-timey records, which being a record guy myself, I think is cool. I remember that scene where he's sitting on the floor cuing up a 78 on that old heavy-platter Bogen/Lenco.
One of the best "Huh?!?!?" moments in the movie was where he admits to getting sexually turned on by Bugs Bunny.
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