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“About My Collection”

Posted by Ernie Cefalu on 21 August, 2010
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First let me thank you for you’re inquire regarding my collection. Second, let me tell you a little about what it in tales, as a collector you, better than most will understand and appreciate its uniqueness. It is the only one of it’s kind in the World. It features “only” original art work with all pieces signed by the artists that created them. The complete collection [...]

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“Hello And Welcome”

Posted by Ernie Cefalu on 21 August, 2010
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to the under construction “Blog” area of  OriginalAlbumCoverArt.com. Sorry if things aren’t working or looking exactly as they should, but they will be shortly. In my overzealousness  to get the blog and other great content up and bolted onto what we have been calling a web site for the last year,  I didn’t want to [...]

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Pacific Eye & Ear, The Little Company That Did!

Posted by Ernie Cefalu on 15 May, 2010

First of all I would like to welcome you to part 3 of my story, and to thank you, the readers for all your wonderful comments on parts 1 & 2. I am truly humbled. More than this final chapter being about me, and a select few, or my 209 covers, I feel it should [...]

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9 Great Questions About 9 Iconic Alice Cooper Album Packages

Posted by Ernie Cefalu on 15 May, 2010

A little more than a week ago I received an Email from a guy in England claiming to be the “Ultimate Alice Cooper Fan”, Andy Michael. He found me through the “Back Stories” that I had been writing and publishing on RockPop Gallery” and then by visiting originalalbumcoverart.com. After a somewhat formal Email introduction, Andy [...]

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Life… A Full Circle Celebration

Posted by Ernie Cefalu on 15 May, 2010

I heard a Peter, Paul & Mary song today that I knew very well. “Blowing In The Wind” was a song that I first heard a long time ago, yet it seemed just like yesterday, that I sang along, knowing every word. I remembered the first time I heard it at seventeen; my brother Ron and I were into a hot and heavy game of spin-the-bottle with the Catagan sisters, Sharon and Jackie, our next-door summertime neighbors.

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