The whole drawer:
The 45 presaging the creation of my actual Theme Song "Shut Up and Paint" by the Handcuffs.
The 45 for Marcel duchamp's single musical composition:
An imaginary sleeve for music from or about Whorl Earl (tm), a character I up who appears in several of my paintings:
The 45 and sleeve for Kurt Schwitters, Merzmusik, an Urblues instead of an Ursonata:
Just a hint of an imaginary sleeve for something about Vlies und Vlügel, or Fleece and Flock, both (tm), characters from a comic by Th Emil Homerin and I of several years ago. Something we did just for fun.
A 45 for a favorite quotation of mine, by St. Augustine about hope:
An imaginary sleeve for how I conceive of much of my art, "Big Beat Art." There was an actual LP in the 60s similar to this for Big Beat music in France, which is what we Americans call "British Invasion" rock:
A 45 with another of critical outcries in despair over the contemporary artworld:
A 45 as an homage to fellow artist H.R. Fricker, a mail/correspondence/networker/Fluxus artist living near me in Switzerland:
A 45 making a visual allusion to the Capitol single "I Want to Hold Your hand," the first music I ever bought at the age of about 11. It changed my life. I made it a single here for some imaginary music based on my PhD dissertation:
And finally, a 45 of an imaginary Protest/Blues song "Innerhalb der Schweiz mit den Chicago Blues Schon Wieder,"something like "Stuck Inside of Switzerland with Chicago Blues Again." An obvious riff on Bob Dylan, and his name is on it translated in meaning and form to "Röbi Flusssohn," "Bob River-son", which is what 'Dylan' means:
My painting-object-usually-presented-as-an-installation thing. Based on a drawer of 45s.