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Musician and composer Herb Alpert recorded more than a dozen records during his years with the Tijuana Brass in the 1960s. Each record had its own distinct cover — perhaps the most famous is Whipped Cream and Other Delights.

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Alpert’s debut album, The Lonely Bull (1962).

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South of the Border (1964)

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Going Places (1965)

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What Now My Love (1966)

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Herb Alpert’s Ninth (1967). Although there’s no Beethoven on the record itself, this cover pays homage to the composer. It’s also the 9th album from the Tijuana Brass.

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Beat of the Brass (1968) included Alpert’s vocal hit "This Guy's In Love With You." 

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The 1968 Christmas album.

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The Brass are Comin’ (1969). Shortly after the record’s release, Alpert disbanded the Tijuana Brass. 

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