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Incidentally, the cover art of the older album has become a part of urban folklore.
This wasn't true, of course, but one would be hard pressed to find an album from back in the day that didn't show signs of someone trying to strip the cardboard of its veneer.
The albums seem to be geared to two separate audiences.
The 1965 disc appeals to nostalgia buffs who remember the album from way back when and to fans of that era's music.
This new record would be more of interest to contemporary music enthusiasts.
Both albums have their merits, though, and fans of Alpert would benefit by owning both.