I've included a larger image so y'all can have a gander at this cover:

It had some nice, old-fashioned artwork on it. Go on, take another gander:

Come on over and take a closer look at Richard and Jim. Go on, don't be shy.

Now let's turn it around and have a look at the back.

Shoot, I can't read that. Let's have a closer look.


RICHARD & JIM DISCOGRAPHY:

Richard & Jim Sing American Folk Songs.
Folklore (F-LEUT/5) 1962.
Produced by Tom Costner. Notes by Ron Gould and Margaret Baker.

Folk Songs and Country Sounds.
Capitol (T 2058) 1964.
Produced by Kermit Walter. Notes by Dick Fariņa.
Songs:
Travelin' Kind (Steve Young)
Railroad Bill (Lockmiller-Connor)
Sun Don't Shine (Steve Young)
Tell Old Bill (Lockmiller-Connor)
Midnight Special (trad)
Stay All Night (Lockmiller)
Charming Betsy (Lockmiller-Connor)
Journey Afar (Steve Young)
Muddy Waters (Lockmiller-Connor)
Freight Train Blues (trad)
Columbus Stockade Blues (trad)
Rabbit and the Log (trad)

Two Boys From Alabama.
Capitol (T 2287) 1965.
Produced by Marvin Hughes.
Songs:
Watermelon Hangin' on the Vine (trad)
"219" (trad; arr. by Connor-Lockmiller)
Streamline Cannonball (Roy Acuff)
Cripple Creek (trad; arr. by Connor-Lockmiller)
Them Poems (Mason Williams)
Ol' Blue (trad; arr. by Connor-Lockmiller)
East Virginia (trad; arr. by Connor-Lockmiller)
Oh Baby, It Ain't No Lie (trad; arr. by Connor-Lockmiller)
Cluck Ol' Hen (trad; arr. by Connor-Lockmiller)
Old Home Place (R. Dillard-M.F. Jayne)
Ragtime Annie (trad; arr. by Connor-Lockmiller)
Muleskinner Blues (Jimmy Rogers)

Publicity photo for the Hootenanny TV show:

More photos of Richard & Jim can be found on the Troubadour pages.

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