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    Springtime in saginaw

    Working on the cover for May 3 1977.

    Hope you like it so far


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    I have changed the booring Gray to Some better RED.......

    Hope ypu like this.



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    I prefer the red version, Steve, although the title is swallowed a bit this way.
    Did you also try some Spring colors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manhattoe
    I prefer the red version, Steve, although the title is swallowed a bit this way.
    Did you also try some Spring colors?

    Like this??????????
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    This is the best looking version so far, Steve.

    Although I like the red hues, I rather associate autumn with them.

    Why don't try fresh colors like a greenish yellow or a sunny white or a clear sky blue, some hues that reflect springtime.

    These colors are certainly not the most usual ones for a Elvis cover, but, if well handled, they make look pretty cool on your cover.

    Just look at Elvis' suit: he wears a yellow sun on his breast and his back.

    Do not misunderstand me: I like your design in itself, but I think it would be better fitted for a title like A Hot Winternight in Dallas or so.

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    LOOKING GOOD STEVE!!!

    I LOVE the photos you chose, especially the front cover photo!!!

    I think your last version is the best so far, with the CD title in yellow letters! KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK MY FRIEND!!!

    TCB!
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    Hi Steve!

    First of all - you're absolutely correct about doing an alternative cover for this CD! The original 'artwork' is really awful - especially the picture on the front cover is terrible. When I saw it first, it reminded me on "Chicago Beat".

    May I say, that I didn't like the font you used for it?

    Hope you don't mind.

    BTW - isn't the front cover shot a picture taken on June 25th or 26th? Also I may add, that the picture quality of both 'big' photos varies a lot - imo.

    Kind regards, J?rn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joern
    Hi Steve!

    First of all - you're absolutely correct about doing an alternative cover for this CD! The original 'artwork' is really awful - especially the picture on the front cover is terrible. When I saw it first, it reminded me on "Chicago Beat".

    May I say, that I didn't like the font you used for it?

    Hope you don't mind.

    BTW - isn't the front cover shot a picture taken on June 25th or 26th? Also I may add, that the picture quality of both 'big' photos varies a lot - imo.

    Kind regards, J?rn

    Hey thanks for taking the time to vieuw the cover,

    I taken these pics, bequase I don't find good qualitie from May 3,
    So I just used nice 1977 pics.
    About the qualitie this is only for vieuwing get it, the good qualitie will be posted when it's all done. .


    About the font mabey I will Chance this, I am still tring a lot of things on this Cover

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungleroom76
    LOOKING GOOD STEVE!!!

    I LOVE the photos you chose, especially the front cover photo!!!

    I think your last version is the best so far, with the CD title in yellow letters! KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK MY FRIEND!!!

    TCB!
    Mike
    Thanks allot Mike,

    Its alwas a plesure to here from you

    Glad you like this so far

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    As always, you are VERY WELCOME Steve!!!

    It's my pleasure to give credit where credit is due, and you are doing an AWESOME job on this cover so far!

    KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK MY FRIEND!!!
    TCB!
    Mike


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