1972, 1st edition LP
1973, 2nd edition LP
1972, 45spm single
Like a lot of other folks in the baby boomer generation, we felt that the actual printed, paper labels affixed to the vinyl albums were part of the mystical magic of the music we loved. So, we tried to put so pizzazz into Oblivion’s.
"Tried" is the operative word. It’s pretty clear that I wasn’t much of designer, and I really didn’t know how to work with designers yet in the 70s (I tried to make up for it in spades over the next 30 years). The labels I did for Oblivion are pretty much proof. Except the last two pretty cool ones designed by Lisa Lenovitz Eaton for Tom’s album.0 comments Tagged: Lisa Eaton, Lisa Lenovitz, OD-1, OD-3, OD-4, OD-5, OD-6, graphic design, o2, Live in New York, Mississippi Harmonica, Friends, Blues from the Apple, Livin' High Off Nickels and Dimes, Honest Tom Pomposello,.