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Blue Note: The Album Cover Art by Graham Marsh

Music lovers have been attracted to the distinct style and sleek sound of jazz since its birth at the turn of the century. The album covers collected in this comprehensive volume under the well-known Blue Note record label embody classic design and pioneering typography. Two hundred color photographs of the album sleeves, an informative history of the Blue Note record company, and a portrait of Reid Miles, who designed nearly 500 album covers, capture the integrity of this distinctive record label. Sophisticated jazz connoisseurs and young listeners alike, as well as those with an interest in style and graphic design, will enjoy this exciting book of jazz memorabilia.
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Black Album Covers – New Edition (Artist 5)

Released on September 10, , it is the only album to date to feature all six members of New Edition— Bobby Brown , who'd left the group in , rejoined the lineup—and was their final recording for MCA Records. Highly anticipated, and being their first album since, Heart Break , the album debuted on the US Billboard at number one, becoming the group's first album to open at number one, selling , in its first week sales. The album's success spawned four singles which collectively received moderate Billboard chart success. It was certified double platinum by the RIAA , for sales and shipments of over two million copies on February 4, Their album Poison , released in , sold over three million copies.

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It was their first album on MCA Records. Over a year after their first album, New Edition were a million-selling pop act by the time of this release. They had also gone through a nasty court battle with their former mentor and producer Maurice Starr. Around the time of the making of this album, the group and Starr argued over monetary earnings that the group felt that had been taken away by Starr, who has to this day steadfastly denied taking the boys' earnings from them. Angered, New Edition filed a lawsuit against Starr and demanded out of their contract. Starr relented and gave the boys the freedom to leave. Thanks to more thorough promotion and music tailored for more of a mainstream audience, New Edition won new fans upon the release of this album.

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