...And here's a crappy xerox of the wig ad from the National Enquirer.
Many of the famous faces on the inner sleeve objected to their inclusion on the inner sleeve. Rumor says it was Raquel Welch and Lucille Ball. Someone told me it was Ruta Lee. Who? I would have taken it as an honor, but who am I?
Later pressings just blotted out the offending pictures with gaudy 'under construction' signs. The early pressings are collectible, but not that rare as there are probably about a million of them pressed in the first run.
Many of the pictures come from well known sources. Here's a still from the film 'Blacula' with Elisha Cook, Jr. See if you can find it on the sleeve.
In addition, I threw a bunch of stuff in the record when I got it.
A free promotional 'head shot' from the record company....
...And an ad from a magazine...
...And an ad for a local concert. The bullet bra was a bit too much for The Los Angeles Times
Etta James was later added to the bill.
Some Girls and the Rolling Stones dominated my summer of 1978.