The Zebra Acoustic label re-release of music written by Charlie Chaplin, who is long remembered as a golden era film actor, but often overlooked for having composed music for the cello. The recordings were performed by Thomas Beckmann and Johannes Cernola.
Zebra Records, the brainchild of label owner Ricky Schultz, brought a new label re-launch campaign to the attention of Eric Scott was at the time working full-time as art director. The creative brief included updating the label’s brand and designing a unifying look for all the releases with an emphasis upon fine art imagery, for this and its subsidiary label, Zebra Acoustic.
(© 1998 | Zebra Records/Zebra Acoustic ZA 44402)