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Lino & Pasquale Castiglione ‎– Clouds album art

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Aug 10th, 2020. Artwork published in .
    Lino & Pasquale Castiglione ‎– Clouds album art 1
    Source: https://whatiswrongwithgrooving.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    A typeface designed by an Italian (?) family duo used for an album recorded by an Italian family duo: Domino (J.C. Demarchi & M. Demarchi), released by Mecanorma in 1972, serves for the monochrome cover of Clouds (Lino Castiglione & Pasquale Castiglione), released on Octopus Records ‎(OTP 0293) in 1975.

    Via What Is Wrong With Grooving:

    The slightly African influenced and extraordinary grooving flute tune “Games” is my long time favorite on this lovely Italian Library album. […] There was also a reissue, released 2016 on Spettro (SP/L04) records. Also from Italy but comes with a different cover artwork.

    While the clouds on the front cover are rather dark, they have cleared up on the back.
    Source: https://whatiswrongwithgrooving.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    While the clouds on the front cover are rather dark, they have cleared up on the back.

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