Beirut / The Flying Club Cup
Slash and Burn: The Best of Bodeans
Ben Folds and Nick Hornby / Lonely Avenue
Galaxie 500 / Today
John Zorn / Naked City
Bob Dylan / Together Through Life
Sigur Ros / Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust
Deerhunter / Halcyon Digest
Antony and the Johnsons / I Am a Bird Now
Wilco / Sky Blue Sky
Rolling Stones / Exile on Main Street
The Chemical Brothers / We Are The Night
Franz Ferdinand / You Could Have it So Much Better
There were multiple alternatives to the challenge to name a photograph which appears noncommissioned on an album cover and on two book covers. The one I had in mind was Anders Petersen's photo which appears on the cover of Tom Waits' Rain Dogs, and on the covers of Petersen's Cafe Lehmitz and The 70s, Photography and Everyday Life by Paul Wombell.
Matt Kuebrich chose Bruce Davidson's Brooklyn Gang, New York City, 1959 featured (above) on Bob Dylan's Together Through Life, and on the covers of Riding in Cars with Boys by Beverly Donofrio, Big Bad Love by Larry Brown, and Richard Ford's A Piece of My Heart.
Jarek Sawiuk's pick was an anonymous photo of a Montparnasse train crash from 1895, used on the cover of Mr.Big's Lean Into It and also on Human Factors in Simple and Complex Systems by Robert Proctor and An Introduction to Error Analysis: The Study of Uncertainties in Physical Measurements by John Taylor.
Joel Cosseboom chose Man Ray's Tears, used on the book covers of Science of Emotion by Randolph Cornelius and Eyetrouble by Martha Ronk as well as the album cover for Damon and Namoi’s More Sad Hits.
Thanks to everyone who sent in a reply. Look for another edition of this quiz in the upcoming months.