Wayne King and his Orchestra, Wayne King in Hi Fi, Decca DL 8751, 1950s. A rather cool cover. Sorry, I usually take a picture of the back also but didn’t get it done with this one. This is one of about 500 albums I just bought for $40.
Buddy Morrow, Dancing Tonight to Morrow, RCA-Victor LMP-1925, 1959. Cool cover with the picture in the trombone.
Earl Hines, Earl “Fatha” Hines, Coronet CX-250, 1964. Famous jazz pianist. Coronet records was famous as a cut-rate label that sometimes used substandard vinyl. But, they had some very nice albums anyway.