If the album's flashpoint is anywhere, it's in the cover painting.
The sleeve was designed by Barney Bubbles (including the cover painting).
Wach created for it a cover painting of the nine Muses.
Today he is probably most well known to the general public for his cover paintings.
The cover painting was actually made and sold to the magazine more than a dozen years earlier.
He was a hit from the beginning and changed the style of cover painting by the early 1950s.
By 1940, he had created more than 160 cover paintings for Western pulp magazines.
His last painting for the Post was published in 1963, marking the end of a publishing relationship that had included 321 cover paintings.
"From a cover painting on a paperback of an old pulp hero," he replied.
He was pointing a tanned finger at a cover painting that leaned against the far wall.