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Joel Brodsky (7 October 1939 - 1 March 2007) , American photographer, best-known for his risqué Ohio Players album cover photography. His photographs are also featured on the covers of The Doors' Strange Days[1], The Stooges debut album[2], Herbie Mann's Memphis Underground[3] and the Ohio Players' Ecstasy[4] and Pleasure[5].

His best-known picture, according to a Washington Post story, was used as the cover of the 1985 The Best of The Doors[6] album. It made in late 1966 and shows a bare-chested Jim Morrison of the Doors, with his arms outstretched.

Brodsky's photographs appeared on over 400 album covers.





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