I tend to put a lot of effort into the details, even though many of them are often hidden or subtle. It’s something I’ve done with my art since I was a kid, and for me, those details make all the difference in the world. The record store set is no exception.
I’ve mentioned in previous posts about the Rush albums that were cut up to make the filler LPs. So it only seemed appropriate to somehow reference one of those LPs somewhere in the shot. Problem solved: that’s Neil Peart from the inside of Caress of Steel peaking over the rack in the background.
And no record store set would be complete without a reference to my favorite musician punching bags, the Spin Doctors. Behold:
Finally, that’s an original 1960s Columbia 2-eye pressing of Dylan’s Highway 61 Revisited on the turntable:
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