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Frank Campagna's Unofficial Rolling Stones Album Cover Art

Frank Campagna's The Eagle, circa 1975
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Speaking of the Rolling Stones -- and bootlegs -- the great Frank Campagna shoots us the note that, 'bout a year ago, someone lifted his 1975 inspired-by-the-Stones painting as the cover art for a pretty terrific Stones boot. The recording comes from the soundboard of the Stones' July 11, 1975, show at the old Forum in Los Angeles -- and not only can you download each track individually, but, yeah, the Kettle Art-ist's painting, made during his freshman year in art school, is also available for download. Suitable for framing, natch, or just slipping in your CD case. --Robert Wilonsky

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