The same g color is used on the back cover to wrap a picture looking through a g pine tree towards a river or lake that has a g pine forest around it. This album is a gatefold album. The same g color also makes its way inside with the greenerizing of the text and the photos.
We get a textual g with Kenny (Buffalo) Buttrey’s credits where he is credited for “red & green”. Kenny is also credited with all of the photographs used for the album cover.
Dan Fogelberg’s “Home Free” record album cover photographed by Green Erest. This album is in our museum collection. The drawing on the front cover was done by Dan Fogelberg himself. The photographs on the back and inside of the cover themselves were credited to Kenny Buttrey. Hickory Grove Music and CBS had the copyrights for this album as of 1972.
This record album gets a greenerest rating due to the wide use of g on the front background, on the back background, for the gatefold text with the greenerizing of the gatefold images that took it to greenerest.