At Folsom Prison, Johnny Cash - By the late sixties, Cash was ignored by country radio and struggling for a comeback. At Folsom Prison was a million-seller that reignited his career. A year later, he was writing liner notes for Bob Dylan's Nashville Skyline and logging four weeks at Number One with his second prison album, At San Quentin. But At Folsom Prison is essential Cash.
50 Iconic Indie Album Covers: The Fascinating Stories Behind The Sleeves | NME
They’re images you’ve seen a thousand times, but what do they mean, and how did they end up on the cover of your favourite ever albums? We rounded up 50 of the most iconic pieces of album artwork from indie releases from Joy Division, David Bowie, Amy Winehouse, Nirvana, The Smiths, Strokes, Killers and […]