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'''Phil Smee''' is an English music journalist, designer and record collector, most widely known for designing music album covers and his Bam-Caruso music label, best known for the Rubble series of albums. One of his more notable designs is the lettering of the Motörhead logo.<ref name="TheWord">{{cite news|url=http://www.wordmagazine.co.uk/content/podcast-with-a-man-whose-records-are-worth-much-your-house-probably|title=Here's a bloke whose record collection may well be worth as much as your house|last=Hepworth|first=David|date=21 January 2010|publisher=The Word magazine|accessdate=14 February 2010}}</ref>
 
'''Phil Smee''' is an English music journalist, designer and record collector, most widely known for designing music album covers and his Bam-Caruso music label, best known for the Rubble series of albums. One of his more notable designs is the lettering of the Motörhead logo.<ref name="TheWord">{{cite news|url=http://www.wordmagazine.co.uk/content/podcast-with-a-man-whose-records-are-worth-much-your-house-probably|title=Here's a bloke whose record collection may well be worth as much as your house|last=Hepworth|first=David|date=21 January 2010|publisher=The Word magazine|accessdate=14 February 2010}}</ref>
 
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==Involvement with American Music Club==
 
==Involvement with American Music Club==

Latest revision as of 20:31, 10 March 2018

Phil Smee
Phil-Smee.jpeg
Born 1950
Nationality British
Other names Philip Lloyd-Smee
Occupation Designer, music journalist

Phil Smee is an English music journalist, designer and record collector, most widely known for designing music album covers and his Bam-Caruso music label, best known for the Rubble series of albums. One of his more notable designs is the lettering of the Motörhead logo.[1]

Involvement with American Music Club

Smee designed the typography for American Music Club's 1989 United Kingdom album.

References

  1. Hepworth, David (21 January 2010). "Here's a bloke whose record collection may well be worth as much as your house". The Word magazine. Retrieved 14 February 2010.