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    Drew Friedman Thanksgiving at McDonald's... Record-Sleeve Design Original Art and Production Materials Group of 4 (Alternative Music, Inc., 1985-88). The song, "Thanksgiving at McDonald's in Times Square," belongs to the artist's brother, guitarist Josh Alan Friedman. Drew Friedman's soulful pointillistic art is integral to the song -- an example of the Friedman Bros.' mastery at portraying squalor in confrontational and compassionate terms. The art comes from a breakthrough period for the Friedmans' work via such publications as RAW and Warts and All. Ink over graphite on illustration board, with an image area of approximately 6" x 5". Accompanied by reproduction pieces and assemblages. Excellent condition.

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