Skeleton & Roses "Bertha"
Bertha is an original album woodblock artwork by Alton Kelly and Stanley Mouse for the band’s 1971 live album.
Drummer Bill Kreutzmann explained the lack of a title on the artwork and labels, "...the original name was going to be "Skull Fuck". This was a time long before rap artists like Eminem numbed concerned citizens to the idea of offensive language in music. Warner Brothers freaked out on us. They said stores would boycott it and we wouldn’t be able to get it on shelves.”
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