Finished looking through our new MobileMe Gallery of photos and hungry for more? Well wait no longer because we have just completed a gallery of nearly 400 (!) vintage album covers that are in the Wind-up Dreams and Vinyl Nightmares top-secret vault. You’ll recognize album covers used in past photos, such as Jack Sterling’s Cocktail Swing (Idol Worship of the Worshipped Idols – 2009) and Les Baxter’s Space Escapade (Singing the praises of cocktail time with the Kodachrome Girls from Planet Escapade – 2004). The album cover shown above, East of Suez: Exotic Rhythms of the Middle East, was included in a new photo that is yet-to-be-released, so this is a sort of sneak preview. We hope it offers you endless of hours of delight scrolling through the covers of this bygone era, when women wiggled when they walked and men blew smoke rings when they talked. It’s a collection we’re pretty proud of, accumulated over many years of searching through dusty bins at record stores, thrift shops, and countless hours spent on ebay. We’re so excited to finally be able to share it with you. We still have a lot of new acquisitions to photograph and upload to the Gallery, so check back frequently to see what our latest additions are. We have a few more ideas up our sleeves on how you can interact with these galleries, so stay tuned, and happy browsing!