The plates include:
Robert Pete Williams
A long-time fan of jazz and blues, Friedlander began his career as a photographer in the early 1950s, when this music was emerging from the marginalization of 'race' music into the musical mainstream. Friedlander's first commercial photographs were taken in Los Angeles, where he socialized with artists and musicians and shot his first album covers. In 1955, he moved to New York and worked freelance for Atlantic Records and RCA, creating some of the most recognized album covers of the day. Friedlander's work for these companies continued into the 1960s, in which decade he also embarked upon his series on New Orleans jazz.
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