“You Don’t Have to be Black to Love the Blues”
Groove Merchant #502, 1974
No more offensive than the Levy rye bread add. If you look at it in context, it’s actually a pretty brilliant album cover.
This is a reference of the old Levy’s Bread ad of the late 1960s-early 1970s (“You Don’t Have to be Jewish to Like Levy’s Rye Bread”) – the original had a young black boy eating a rye bread sandwich.
Just wrong – but on so many levels.
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