Maurice Ravel's "Daphnis and Chloe" gets the perfect packaging from the year 1955. Although I have a very odd wrap on the vinyl, which gives the sound an extra dimension of weirdness, this is a superb piece of music by Ravel. Charles Munch, and The Boston Symphony Orchestra does a brilliant job of stating the Ravel vision. I found this album at The Last Bookstore in Downtown Los Angeles. Lately I have been slightly obsessed with Ravel's "Bolero" due to my wife, Lun*na Menoh's recent performance of that piece. So I had that in mind, but when I looked at the booklet that comes with this specific album, I was totally thrilled that the illustrations are done by a young Andy Warhol. I, for one, really love Warhol's commercial work from the 1950's - and here you can see the influence of Jean Cocteau (with respect to his drawings) but it still has a strong Warhol feeling as well. Delicate, and then you have the strong album cover image that was so typical of that era. Without a doubt worth the $14.99 price tag!