We Had It All is the tenth studio album by Scott Walker. Released in August 1974, it was his final solo album for ten years. In the interim Walker reformed The Walker Brothers.
The cover was designed by Rosław Szaybo, with photography by M.Joseph. Szaybo served as the chief artistic director at CBS Records from 1972 to 1988. During this period, he designed over 2,000 album covers. His most famous work arguably is the cover for British Steel by Judas Priest.
For the typography of the Scott Walker album, Szaybo combined ITC Serif Gothic (Herb Lubalin & Tony DiSpigna, 1972) with a less commonly seen face: True Critt is an original by phototype company Headliners International, Inc. from New York. The uncredited design came in nine styles with inventive names; Hairy, Over-Easy, Critt ’n’ Grits, Love, True Blue, El Boldo, Beautifully Black, False, and Shazam. “Scott Walker” is in the outlined and shaded style, i.e. True Critt Shazam. There is no digital version of True Critt (and no-one seems to have missed it so far).