A bichromatic use of Romanesque, with yellow letter bodies and black shadow lines and tendrils, further embellished with flowers, for an album with cover versions of country hits. The descending swash R might be custom. From the back cover:
’71 … the beginning of another year of great country music pleasure. A year when country music will continue to spread its “simplicity” and “honest down-home flavor”.
Recorded by the Nashville Country Singers, Rose Garden: Country Hits of ’71 was released by Mountain Dew Records in 1971.