In the depth of winter quote
The Greatest Album Covers of All Time by Grant ScottTo celebrate the 50th anniversary of the LP chart, this superb and visually awesome book brings you the very best rock, pop, rap, reggae, soul, and punk album covers ever created.
At a time when listeners increasingly download or upload songs, creating personal playlists on MP3 players and I-Pods, the art of packaging music seems to be fading away. But for the past 50 years, musicians have released their work inside brilliantly-designed packages that made an important statement about their music and style. Look at the cover of Sgt. Peppers Lonely Heart Band, for example--just one of the 500 memorable images in this amazing collection, all chosen by a panel of 50 experts and each accompanied by enlightening commentary. Among the choices: the brilliantly psychedelic and way-out art from the Rolling Stones Their Satanic Majesties Request; Peter Toshs fiery cover for Bush Doctor; and the somewhat demented-looking prom queen on Holes Live Through This album. From rock to pop, jazz to blues, these are all artistically, stylistically, and culturally significant in their own way, and will undoubtedly spark a debate with fans around the world.
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Albert Camus Algeria and France. Albert Camus was born in Mondovi, Algeria, a colony of France. His family lived in very poor conditions, especially after his father died fighting in WWI. The poverty of his younger years greatly influenced his philosophy and he developed a sense of sympathy for all people. Despite his very poor conditions at home, Camus was a good student and his teacher, Louis Germain, helped him get a scholarship to go to a good high school, which helped him get into college. When he became the second youngest person to win a Nobel Prize in , he dedicated it to his teacher, Germain. The poor living conditions he had to deal with growing up led to his greatest physical challenge - tuberculosis.