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    Brian Carpenter’s Ghost Train Orchestra’s CD “Hothouse Stomp” is heavily influenced by music from the Harlem Renaissance period of the 1920s and 30s. For their Fall show poster, we were very inspired by posters from the Savoy Ballroom, Cotton Club and the Federal Theatre Project/WPA Vaudeville posters of that era.

    Some Blue Note artists: (l-r) Art Blakey, Hank Mobley, Herbie Hancock x2, Lee Morgan, Wayne Shorter

    Duke Ellington & His Orchestra - Seattle Concert

    Red Garland - Groovy (1956)

    miles davis - in person at the blackhawk

    Jim Flora record cover design for Jazz for Cats record album

    Jim Flora had a unique vision that suited jazz album covers very well.

    “Music of the Banampak Mexican Ballet” By Sarita Gloria on Mexican RCA Victor. This may be the rarest of all Jim Flora album covers.

    Designer: John Brandt

    Album cover, John Brandt, 1954

    Graphic Vintage Album Cover


    jazz workshop

    Jay Fletcher's Charleston Symphony Orchestra poster


    Swordfishtrombones - Tom Waits

    Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane

    Marius Constant Eloge Folie Experimental Avant Garde Erato

    Bawdy Songs and Backroom Ballads

    Sidney Bechet, label: Savoy MG 15013 (1952) Design: Burt Goldblatt.