Forgotten 1970s Album Cover Art Brings Back Memories

1970s album cover art is not something that is familiar to a new generation of listeners raised on iPods and digital music. The following selection of cover art from the 1970s represent some of the greatest musicians of this era.

1970s album cover art
“Are You Ready?”, Pacific Gas & Electric, 1970.
1970s album cover art
“Knock Knock Who’s There”, Mary Hopkin, 1970 .
“Arizona”, Mark Lindsay, 1970.
“Paranoid”, Black Sabbath, 1970.
1970s album cover art
“Focus Plays Focus”, Focus, 1970.
“How Can I Be Sure”, Dusty Springfield, 1970.
“Hey Jude”, The Beatles, 1970.
“Immigrant song/hey, hey what can I do”, Led Zeppelin, 1970.
“The Goodtime Album”, Glen Campbell, 1970.
“Sit Down Young Stranger”, Gordon Lightfoot, 1970.
“Free”, Fire and Water, 1970.
Stevie Wonder Live, 1970
“Loaded”, The Velvet Underground, 1970.
Schoolhouse Funk: Stage Bands, Lab Bands, and A Toast to the Boogie!, 1970.
“Harvest”, Barclay James, 1970.
Chico Buarque de Hollanda, Volume 4, 1970
“Hello, I’m Johnny Cash”, 1970.
“I Who Have Nothing”, Tom Jones, 1970.
“After The Gold Rush”, Neil Young, 1970.
“Close To You”, Carpenters, 1970.
“Psychedelic Shack”, The Temptations, 1970.
“Bridge Over Troubled Water”, Simon and Garfunkel, 1970.
Van Morrison, 1970.
Bob Dylan, 1970
“Cucumber Castle”, Bee Gees, 1970.
Creedence Clearwater Revival, 1970.
Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One : The Kinks, 1970.

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