The Jimi Hendrix Experience on the 'Are You Experienced' Album Cover, 1967 photo by Karl Ferris His most notable collection of photographs are those capturing Jimi Hendrix and The Jimi Hendrix Experience in what is now known as a psychedelic style. Hendrix invited Ferris to shoot a US version of his album ‘Are You Experienced?’ where upon Ferris began experimenting with colour and lens applications. The use of a fisheye lens and infrared film created a never before seen effect
Al B Sure Unibrow Foundation, via Flickr Betty Davis (née Betty Mabry) is an American funk and soul singer.Mabry met Miles Davis in 1966 and married him in September 1968. In just one year of marriage she influenced him greatly. The Miles Davis album Filles de Kilimanjaro included a song named after her and her photo on the front cover. , Miles credits Mabry with helping to plant the seeds of his future musical explorations by introducing the trumpeter to Jimi Hendrix and Sly Stone
by British alternative synthpop band Saint Etienne. The band is Bob Stanley, Pete Wiggs and Sarah Cracknell. The album's cover art was designed by Manchester art collective Dorothy. Band member Bob Stanley explained, "They had done this map of a fictional area with all these road names, which were songs I just got in touch with them and I was like, 'I love this, would you want to do one that was tailor made for us with all of our favorite songs?' They said yes.
Freewheelin' was Bob Dylan's second album. It was released in 1963. The photograph was taken on West 4th street and the corner of Jones in Greenwich Village, New York, where the couple had an apartment down the block. The photograph was taken by a CBS staff photographer, Don Hunstein.
February 13, 1981: Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon' becomes the rock album to spend the most consecutive weeks on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart -- 402 weeks from March 1973. It would eventually leave the charts April 23, 1988, after 724 weeks.