“I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better” is a song by the Los Angeles folk rock band the Byrds, first released in June 1965 on the B-side of the band’s second single, “All I Really Want to Do”. Despite initially being released as a B-side, the song managed to chart in its own right in the U.S., just outside the Billboard Hot 100. It was also included on the Byrds’ debut album, Mr. Tambourine Man [see the cover on Fonts In Use].
The Dutch picture sleeve has a photograph of the five band members – David Crosby, Gene Clark, Michael Clarke, Chris Hillman, and Jim McGuinn – lying in the grass, four of them with the chin in their hands. The casual Italian is Italian indeed: it’s Aldo Novarese’s Estro (1961). It’s here used with small black stars between the words. Just like the photo, the band name in Estro is mirrored below, as if the meadow was bordering at a lake.