Recording Artist JNL Font

When 45 RPM records were the norm for a teenager’s music collection in the 1950s and 1960s, many discs had their labels printed by letterpress. Some record companies utilized a bold, condensed typeface set in all caps for the song’s title and other pertinent information.

The digital version of this font is called Recording Artist JNL, and is available in both regular and oblique versions.

A companion font loosely based on this type design [but with more original characters and a slightly lighter weight] is Promotional Copy JNL.

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