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"His Masters Wheels" studio in San Francisco.
May to July 1975
Jeremy Zatkin, Elliot Mazer (recording engineers); George Horn, Phil Brown (mastering engineers)
Bill Dare designed the sleeve, which has become one of the best-loved of all the band's album covers. The album credits acknowledge the genius of American artist Maxfield Parrish, on whose original painting, "Harvest" (above) the picture was based. Original copies of the LP came with a yellow inner sleeve with lyrics and a photo of the band by Alex Agor, although the photo is missing from the CD booklet. The LP label heralded the debut appearance of Geoff Halpin's "winged woman" logo.