About the CD Artwork
The first image shows the front cover from the full color four page booklet, featuring a high-resolution photograph of the magnificent J. Tyson Forker Memorial 4/32 Mighty WurliTzer console built by the Ken Crome Organ Company of Reno, Nevada in 1999.
The second image shows the first page from the booklet, featuring some of the liner notes and a picture of Tom standing at the console in his trademark white jacket. Also notice the watermark under the text, an image showing the face of Tom's father, the man with the laughing eyes.
The third image shows the second page from the booklet, featuring more of the liner notes.
The forth image shows the rest of the liner notes and the production credits, acknowledging all those who were involved with the project.
The fifth image shows what the CD actually looks like. The image on the disc is from a picture of Tom's father, the man with the laughing eyes. That is where Tom got the name for his music company, naming it after his father's laughing eyes.
The sixth image shows the tray card from the CD. You can see the spine labels and read all the song credits. This is a fine looking album, indeed. And it is one that sounds as good as it looks!
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Tom Hoehn at the console of the
J. Tyson Forker Memorial WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ
installed at Grace Baptist Church in Sarasota, Florida.