We periodically get album cover leads since Pip got the ball rolling years ago. the problem is that even though they can be found online, their quality is often poor or they’re too small. So we’re killing two birds with one stone here: 1) Informing readers of cover art of interest and 2) Soliciting higher quality images from readers which we can put in a dedicated post. My apologies that I can’t say much about the music itself since I mostly like Classical and music you can dance to!
Trem da Alegria (Train of Happiness) was a children’s musical band based in Brazil. They released eight albums between 1984 and 1992.
Mulekada was a Brazilian children’s musical group. This group was active from 1998–2003 and featured a Latin-Pop style of music.
Surprise Party Au Bord De La Mer is a collection released in France in 1958. Once again illustrating the convention of very young children not having to wear clothing at all at the beach.
Carnaval dos Baixinhos is an LP cover released in Brazil in 1988. The titles of the songs seems to suggest that this is marketed for children. The cover shows plenty of toddler skin but it is somewhat jarring given the theme of Carnival. The good news is that the faces are not visible so there should be no concerns about stigmatization for these two who would now be in their 30s.