The guy who made the drawing that was to become the cover of The Beatles Revolver album…
He is an artist and musician. He met The Beatles in Germany at the club Kaiserkeller. During 1966, when he created the cover drawing for The Beatles Revolver, he played bass for the band Manfred Mann. He also designed the album cover for The Bee Gees Bee Gees’ 1st album and the covers for the three albums that make up The Beatles Anthology. These three, if you place them relative to each other form a large collage composed of covers of other albums and posters that represent the different stages of the career of The Beatles. He worked with the lads during their solo careers and played with George on the concert for Bangladesh. He was born in Berlin in 1938.
Let me know what you think. I, being a life-long and die-hard Beatles fan, like anything and everything related with and relative to the band, so I decided to feature Klaus Voorman. He is worthy of recognition, both as a musician and a graphic illustrator. He is also an actor, a painter, a photographer a record producer and a bassist. Here is my video and musical tribute: