Ms. Anne Murray!, LP cover portrait in cellophane.
Her demonstrations of how people ought to pose for pictures were more influential than I think is commonly recognized. They were influential for me, anyhow.
It's a shame that that plastic's doing that right on top of her eyes.
This portrait appears on the cover of Anne's LP entitled A Country Collection. The LP's Wikipedia article doesn't come right out and say it's a despicable ripoff of Anne's fans but:
A Country Collection is a compilation album by Anne Murray issued by Capitol Records in 1980. It is a collection of ten songs, nine of which were taken from albums released between 1978 and 1980, with one additional song, "Do You Think Of Me?", newly recorded for the album.
It wasn't for no reason that we all hated record companies!
In Holmes County, Ohio, on August 20th, 2012, for sale at a booth inside the "Berlin Antique Mall" off the north side of Ohio Route 39, east of County Road 77, east of the tourist town Berlin.
Library of Congress classification:
ML420.M78 Murray, Anne, 1945- —Portraits.
TP1183.F5 Plastic films—Pictorial works.
NC1882 Sound recordings—Album covers.
TR680 Portrait photography.
E169.12 Nineteen eighties—Pictorial works.
F497.H74 Holmes County (Ohio)—Pictorial works.