Yes, I sure do. I remember opening Elton John's "Goodbye, Yellow Brick Road" (It was a double album, and the cover opened like a book), and just seeing how the artists who did the inside art created a flowing story out of song lyrics that really had nothing to do with each other. Rather, you saw that this was a slice (or several) of life, with different layers; or even a spiritual journey.
The cover art for Alan Parsons Project's "Tales of Mystery and Imagination" was fantastic as well.
When you have the art work alongside the music, it makes the whole experience more visceral, more real; something you so beautifully expressed here, 8 Track.
Technology is great, but it comes with a price tag... one such tag being the gradual diminishing of the value of artistic people and things. Unfortunately, we are becoming what I term "roboticized".
*Nods energetically in agreement with FuriousB.*