Sleeve Notes

Some articles on sleeve notes:

Bill Haley - Biography - Early Life and Career
... The anonymous sleeve notes accompanying the 1956 Decca album "Rock Around The Clock" describe Haley's early life and career thus "Bill got his first professional job at the age of 13, playing and entertaining ... youngsters and managed to get quite a few local bookings for his band." The sleeve notes continue "When Bill Haley was fifteen he left home with his ... again - and he has been that ever since.’ The sleeve notes conclude "For six years Bill Haley was a musical director of Radio Station WPWA in Chester, Pennsylvania, and led his own band all ...
The James Dean Story
... containing this music was released by Capitol Records in 1957, the anonymous sleeve notes of which are surely worth quoting verbatim ‘Here is the music direct ... a tragic end which brought more questions than answers.’ The sleeve notes continue ‘The life of James Dean is presented on the screen through the means of a new technique ... in the development of his career.’ The sleeve notes then go on to describe the music thus ‘The film’s music is as unusual and exciting as the motion picture itself ...
Leith Stevens - The James Dean Story
... was released by Capitol Records in 1957, the anonymous sleeve notes of which are worth quoting verbatim Here is the music direct from the soundtrack ... for creative expression, and of a tragic end which brought more questions than answers.’ The sleeve notes continue ‘The life of James Dean is presented on the screen through the ... The sleeve notes then go on to describe the music thus ‘The film’s music is as unusual and exciting as the motion picture itself ...

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