Here's a selection of 10 Music For Pleasure album covers I've recently featured on Instagram. Although Music For Pleasure was EMI's budget record label they frequently pushed the boat out with several sleeve designs covering a variety of genres in the 60s and 70s.
|Stardust - George Melachrino|
|I'll See You In My Dreams - Max Jaffa|
|Songs of A World At War -|
Janet Webb & The Naafi Singers
|The Most Of The Animals|
|Pat Boone sings Irving Berlin|
- Pat Boone
|The Hollies -|
|Walkin With The Shadows|
- The Shadows
|The Stars Sing Lennon & McCartney|
|Big Bond Movie Themes -|
Geoff Love & His Orchestra
|The Big Swoon Of The Thirties -|
A fabulous example of 60s art meeting popular culture of decades previous, as 1930s crooner Al Bowlly gets a retrospective on MFP in the mid 60s. This cover has to be one of the most creative even though the title The Big Swoon Of The Thirties doesn't seem to have been retained for the record label in which its called So Many Memories.