In the mid 1950s (the exact year is not specified on the recording), Charles White provided an illustration for the cover of Urbie Green and his band. The record was released on the Vanguard label (VRS-8010). Again, it was a 10" mono recording. The cover of Urbie Green and his band featured a drawing of a trombone player, the trombone being Green’s instrument. The drawing was signed by Charles White and dated ‘54’. The text on the back of the sleeve included "The drawing on the cover is one of a series commissioned by Vanguard Recording Society, Inc., from the distinguished artist, Charles White. Mr. White won an Academy of Arts and Letters award in 1952, and, that same year, a National Prize of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. His work is represented in the Whitney Museum, Library of Congress, and other famous collections. The drawing does not portray any of the actual performers on this session, but rather reveals the human experiences out of which jazz comes."

There were at least two versions of the record sleeve, this particular one having a grey border.