8 Responses to “Latin Inspired Record Covers”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    As for the first LP, what are the small hours? Are they the wee hours of the night or hours that consist of only one digit?

    Is each side a different side?

    Not clear about the blurring effect and what that was supposed to accomplish. Certainly doesn’t disguise the fact that she’s sucking her stomach in so hard it may fly out of her back.

    As for the second LP, I’m with you on the drawn-on mole. It matches her eyebrows.

  2. denny

    denny

    Small hours – maybe numbers that are really, really tiny and maybe printed on the back or chirped out in a song? Who knows but what I do know is that one fuzzy, white looking thing is a liquor glass. As for Lightly Latin, I think he eyebrows are fake and are actually glued on her face.

    • Allee Willis

      Allee Willis

      Do you mean the bright white blob to her left? I never would’ve gotten that that’s a glass but I kind of can see it now. But why would they have it hanging out in space like that and what’s happening on the other side?

  3. denny

    denny

    All the way to the right. Looks like a mans dark blue jacket and the bottom part of that could be light colored pant but what they may have done was cut the mans arm in half as to not obstruct the view of the girl.

    • Allee Willis

      Allee Willis

      I still don’t see it. I’ll look at it again tonight after I’ve had a cocktail. Going out to dinner with Buck Henry who wrote The Graduate and created and wrote Get Smart. My brain will be tweaked after that.