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Podcast: A Deep Dive Into Blue Note Records’ Album Art

Learn about the care and artistry involved in recreating the album jackets and liner notes for every Blue Note Tone Poet Series record.

Have you wondered how your favorite album art was conceived before it ever found its way onto your turntable? There is a story behind every iconic album including the best-selling Tone Poet Series from Blue Note Records. Join Mitch Anderson as he discusses the packaging of some of the most famous jazz albums of all-time with Blue Note Records Tone Poet Producer, Joe Harley, Sam Gay, Sales Director, Stoughton Printing, and Todd Gallopo, Owner and Creative Director, Meat & Potatoes. 

Where to Listen

Lee Morgan: The Cooker Album
Available at the Blue Note Store

Show Notes

For a running list of Blue Note Tone Poet Releases please visit

Appearing in the episode is:

Grant Green: Nigeria Blue Note Tone Poet Album Cover
Sold out at the Blue Note Store


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In Episode 3, You Had Me at Tone Poet, learn how the Blue Note Tone Poet jazz albums are remastered from the original tapes.

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