The classy wide slab serif that dominates this 1958 record sleeve is probably modeled after some wood type. As far as digital fonts go, Hoosegow is a pretty good match. Unfortunately, Jeff Levine doesn’t mention his source. The website of the Rob Roy Kelly American Wood Type Collection has several related faces named Antique Extended. Adobe’s Blackoak may be based on a similar wood source. King Tut is in the same ballpark, too.
I believe the wide slab is Egyptian Expanded, first issued in metal by Miller & Richard, then Stephenson Blake. King Tut’s description mentions Egyptian Expanded as a source. Also similar is Egyptian Wide, a slightly different revival by Wooden Type Fonts.