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  • In later life he collaborated with artist Alan Aldridge on a book of children’s verse, The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper’s Feast.William Plomer-Wikipedia
  • This was in part illustrated by Alan Aldridge who also painted the colourful cover of the Giltrap album.Gordon Giltrap-Wikipedia
  • Along with Gill, John Kelly and Alan Aldridge were credited for designing the album's artwork.Wonderwall Music-Wikipedia
  • In 1969, Alcorn was invited to join a group of international artists who were selected to create illustrations for Alan Aldridge's The Beatles Illustrated Lyrics.John Alcorn (artist)-Wikipedia
  • Townshend had originally considered Alan Aldridge for the cover.Tommy (The Who album)-Wikipedia
  • In November 1966, artist Alan Aldridge created a cartoon illustration of "Yellow Submarine" and three other Revolver tracks to accompany a feature article on the Beatles in Woman's Mirror magazine.Yellow Submarine (song)-Wikipedia

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