An easy listening album made by the famous Les Baxter, an American composer and conductor (born March 14, 1922, Mexia, Texas – died January 15, 1996, Newport Beach, California) who wrote over 150 film soundtracks. Baxter is also known for “The Poor People of Paris”, a number-one hit in 1956.
The cover of this album from 1962 brings together a smorgasbord of typefaces. The reversed bold sans-serif caps used for the title at the top are from a yet unidentified typeface. Filmotype Fairbanks comes close, but is not a match.