It seems to be a never ending story: the saga of record and CD covers with Andy Warhol art. Chief detective Kevin Kinney, with an eye for the unexpected, has turned up several new covers with Warhol art.
First off is the rear cover of Keely Smith’s “I Wish You Love” LP and EP from 1957. The rear cover has a typical Andy Warhol drawing.
No sooner had he found this previously unrecognised Warhol drawing that Kevin turned up the CD from the talk given by David Cronenberg at The Art Gallery of Ontario in connection with the 2006 Warhol exhibition that he curated.
This cover image was santioned by The Warhol Foundation. But this is not the first time Warhol’s “Multiple Elvises” has appeared on a record cover. In 1985 Andi Sexgang released their first album entitled “Blind!” that used multiple Elvises on the cover. But the “Cronenberg on Warhol” CD seems to me to be more a true Warhol cover.
Thanks Kevin! Keep up the good work.