Fourth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers, released in 1974 by Warner Bros. Records.
The unusual lettering on the album cover was suggested by drummer John Hartman after visiting his high school alma mater, J.E.B. Stuart in Falls Church, Virginia. The School’s newspaper, Raiders Digest, had just changed its masthead to include those stylized fonts. —Wikipedia
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The other font is Cut-In Bold, an old Letraset face.
Thank you, Mark!
There’s a description on the Cut-In typeface page now.
Well done, Flo! Was looking for a sample of the Letraset fonts and never thought to check the old Font Factory. What an odd and isolated island that is.