Chicago 17

Released:  1984
Label:  Full Moon/Warner Bros. Records








Front cover:  The original comment wasn’t totally accurate.  When doing the video, I discovered that there was some water damage on the right side of the jacket.  I fixed it with cloning and re-uploaded the image.

Sleeve-front:  The sleeve didn’t hold up quite so well.  In an effort to keep the sleeve from falling apart (and to better help it do it’s job), the previous owner used clear tape to reinforce the sides.  Those were cloned out. 

Sleeve-back:  Again, tape marks had to go so I cloned them out.

Back cover:  I re-did the back as well as it wasn’t big enough to be able to read the copyright text at the bottom.  It will enlarge by right-clicking it and selecting “Open in new tab/window”.

Labels:  LP still in great shape. Just scanned, removed spindle holes, and uploaded.  Removing the spindle hole isn’t the easiest thing in the world but by this point, I had it figured out.  If you want to know how I did it, just look at the Bee Gees’ “One” album (here).