We’ve all heard the advertising adage, “Sex sells.” I have no idea if that’s actually true, but one thing I do know is that companies everywhere have taken it to heart. The adage should really be, “Sex sells, so use it to sell ANYTHING, no matter how nonsensical.”
That’s how we ended up with today’s article, of 1960’s-era saxophone album covers, when apparently the record industry all had the same idea: Let’s put a scantily clad lady next to this woodwind instrument and ask her to look sexy.
Did it work? I’m calling this a “nope,” but you be the judge:
15. And finally, the two saxophones on this album cover just had their kidneys stolen.