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Aretha Franklin – “Master Of Eyes” single cover

Photo(s) by Klaus Hiltscher. Imported from Flickr on Aug 14, 2018. Artwork published in .
    Aretha Franklin – “Master Of Eyes” single cover
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    “Master Of Eyes (The Deepness Of Your Eyes)” is a song by Aretha Franklin, produced with Quincy Jones. The single was released in 1973 and became a No. 33 hit in the US Charts. The cover shows the German picture sleeve.

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    • Uncle Bill
    • Titania

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    1 Comment on “Aretha Franklin – “Master Of Eyes” single cover”

    1. The two typefaces used on this sleeve are good examples for the phototype revivalism of the 1970s. Titania was available at that time from Berthold, but was originally released in the early 1900s, by the Haas’sche Schriftgießerei in Switzerland. Uncle Bill also appears in catalogs from Berthold Fototypes. It’s a shaded all-caps version of Binner, which was first issued by ATF in 1899.

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